Sometime in the mid-1980s I designed a leaflet for the English Tourist Board (I designed lots and lots of leaflets for the English Tourist Board in the 1980s). This particular leaflet was called 'Favourite Walks'. I haven't found the leaflet yet, but I have found some artwork - including the illustration for the front cover:
I commissioned this from Kipper Williams.
But the thing was I'd done a cover design visual by adapting an illustration that I'd discovered somewhere - it was by a cartoonist called Joe. And the client didn't like this new illustration by Kipper - she much preferred the one done by Joe that was on the mock-up. And so I had to track down Joe and commission him instead:
So this is the one that ended up on the front cover. And I guess the client was right (actually, perhaps the client is always right). What do you think?