Lukke Featherstone is an illustrator and musician born in London and now living in Sheffield. Lukke’s illustrations combine a high attention to detail with a fluid drawing style and a flair for colour apparent in his work across multiple media including digital illustration, painting and classical embroidery.
In his spare time, Lukke provides bass lines for Sheffield alt-rock outfit; Dead Slow Hoot. The band are a melancholic anthemic four-piece who have supported acts like Big Thief, Slow Club, and Billy Bragg.
Lukke Featherstone: music & illustrations
Dead Slow Hoot
Dead Slow Hoot combine poetic lyricism with rich musical textures and sparse sonic landscapes to fill your ears with BBC Radio 6 Music-approved melancholy musings.
For touchpaperlit on Instagram
Lukke Featherstone and Jack Mann are Zen Marmalade. ‘improvised song #2’ was born one autumnal afternoon in 2014. Lukke laid down the ambient guitar tracks and Jack the lyric, which he re-worked as ‘Let Me Take You Out Tonight’ in BLOCK.