Oliver Chapman

Oliver Chapman

Oliver Chapman is designer currently working at the under the incredible Kate Moross at Studio Moross. As well as that he’s also producing prints at Known, an independent design and print studio who specialise in water-based screenprinting. Feature


Mishka R1TU4L5 - Spring 2014 from Мишка Bloglin on Vimeo.

Mishka :: R1TU4L5

Drawing inspiration from our obsession with the internet and the occult, New York based fashion brand Mishka introduce their pre-summer collection / look book ‘R1TU4L5.’ With bold graphic prints being a focal point of the collection (through snapbacks, jerseys and long/short sleeve tees) imagery references ‘nights spent in internet K-holes’ and Google searches on conspiracy theory’s including alien abductions, the Rothschild’s, The Bohemian Grove and The Knights Templar. Feature


Joshua Checkley

Joshua Checkley

Camberwell graduate, Joshua Checkley Works as part of Peckham based ‘Day Job’. Checkley produces colourful, graphic Illustrations for editorial use including frequent features for Wallpaper magazine. Personal highlight, Marbles is a set of prints playing on the abstract glass shapes found inside Marbles. Feature


Sam Taylor

Sam Taylor

Another illustration prodigy to keep an eye on. Born in Leicester, Sam Taylor’s portfolio is packed with quirky illustrations and comics depicting lives of grotesque characters. He incorporates dots, lines, vivid colour palettes and textural elements to create wonderfully capricious and whimsical imagery. Currently based in London, Taylor is now taking on commissioned work besides his personal projects. He is also part of the ‘Simpsons Drawing Club’ and has just illustrated the 15 funniest people on earth to be featured in the cover of the latest issue of GQ Magazine US edition. Feature


Craig & Karl

Craig & Karl

They may live in different parts of the world but design duo Craig Redman and Karl Maler still find the time to collaborate daily. Their simplistic and colourful style is widely recognised by its blocky shapes and bold palette. With a charismatic and often humorous approach, the pair find a way to communicate meaningful visuals of well known objects and iconic characters that remain playful and engaging. Feature


Ciara Phelan

Ciara Phelan

Combining carefully considered cut outs and vintage inspired imagery, Ciara Phelan creates beautifully fluid and multi-dimensional imagery. Using mainly sourced visuals, intertwined with her own drawn objects, Ciara’s work has a real fantasy, juxtapositional quality about it. Imaginative layering and dream like scenarios provide the key to these offbeat pictorials, with a story to tell. Feature


Bridget Meyne

Bridget Meyne

Bridget Meyne is a 22 year old illustrator based in the UK. She’s on the eve of graduating from Falmouth University. The main body of her work is comics or narrative illustration concentrating on a range of different themes. From ‘alternate dystopian universes’ to ‘sassy girls’ to ‘bald, naked men’. Feature


Whitten Sabbatini

Whitten Sabbatini

Whitten Sabbatini is photographer based in Memphis, Tennessee. Recently graduating, Whitten took up photography around the age of 18 and has a deep interest in taking portraits and documenting life in the South. Shot digitally Whitten’s photographs mimic film and almost look like stills from a movie as he gracefully captures light, colour and environments. Feature


Piet Parra

Piet Parra

Dutch artist Parra has a very unique identity. His imagery often depicts surreal character caught up in scenes of mischievous and scandalous acts. Crossing the boundaries from drawing, painting, animation and sculpture his visual aesthetic resonates throughout each medium through the graphic style of his characters to his vibrant and restricted colour palette. Although his rise to fame came quickly within a couple of years he has worked with major brands including Nike, Vans and Converse, and has now branched out creating his own clothing brand, Rockwell. Feature


Made Thought rebrands G.F Smith

Made Thought rebrands G.F Smith

London-based design studio Made Thought has created a new visual identity for internationally acclaimed paper company G.F Smith giving the brand a refresh. Reflective of the company’s century-long heritage, the new typeface, two logo marks, brand book and website along with the new strap line ‘1885 Onwards’ represent a human dimension and the company’s history with progressive spirit. Their new Humanist Sans typeface has also embraced both machine age and calligraphic lettering, the harmonious combination of fine craftsmanship and modern production. The new brand was launched yesterday, check out their website to see what else is new. Feature


POSTR Magazine | An interview with Pieter De Kegel

POSTR Magazine | An interview with Pieter De Kegel

We had a chance to interview Pieter De Kegel about the concept behind POSTR magazine – a publication with heavy focus on culture, current affairs and thinking. POSTR magazine is a free forward-thinking quarterly printed on an A1-size poster. Why the size of a poster? The reason is that POSTR magazine likes to be put up. Despite increase in digital platforms, POSTR magazine has pushed past the limits and transformed itself into an engaging output, ready to be picked up from selected concept stores, galleries, some certain restaurants and hotels across Europe. Feature


Scott Smith

Scott Smith

Scott Smith is an illustrator based in London. Graduating in graphic design and working in the industry has clearly had a strong influence on his self taught illustration. A strong graphic style where every element seems to be considered and well placed. Geometric cities and moody landscapes use elements sparingly to tell a rich narrative. Feature


Andy Gilmore

Andy Gilmore

Hypnotic, robotic & mind-bendingly beautiful, Andy Gilmore takes you to another world with his geometric patterns. The New York based artist, who has released most of his recent work through creative platform Ghostly International, plays with symmetry, line and colour to produce complex, kaleidoscopic compositions. His work explores the physical properties of sound and light and frequently holds a favoured residency on the covers of releases from musicians such as Gold Panda. Feature


Blanda

Blanda

New York based artist and graphic designer Blanda Eggenschwiler lends her charismatic doodles to fashion, print and surface. Blanda brings a sense of femininity and modernism to ancient native patterns and tribal markings. Collaborations with global brands such as Obey and Volvo have gained the artist positive recognition for her signature symbolic designs. Feature


Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius

Looking for some new summer garms? Casual menswear clothing label Age of Aquarius is a London based brand with a, surfy, natural mystic vibe, perfect for the beach and holiday, or even just summer in the city. The brand pays attention to print and pattern as the main focus for its overall aesthetic. The prints range from abstract and textural, to ethereal photography. Started in 2012, Age of Aquarius has produced select pieces each season, aiming to compliment your existing wardrobe with carefully considered prints. Age of Aquarius is made and printed here in the UK toencourage and support UK industry and minimise their carbon footprint. Feature


Generic Greeting Collective

Generic Greeting Collective

Founded in October of 2010 by George Haydock, Will Berry, Liam Healy and Rich James, Generic Greeting Collective set out to provide a platform to showcase their work and combine illustration, film and music. Since then it’s grown to fifteen members from different disciplines. Feature


Ornithology E. from Juan Fontanive on Vimeo.

Juan Fontanive

Juan Fontanive is an artist that was born in Cleveland, moving onto study at the Royal College of Art and is currently based in New York. Specialising in flip books like you’ve NEVER seen before, Juan breathes a new spirit into sourced materials recycling old parts from bicycles and clocks to form portable flipping containers for his flipbooks. With animations describing graceful birds butterflies and botanicals each page has been hand-drawn painted or screen printed on paper. Feature


Stay Nice

Stay Nice

Dutch studio, Stay Nice work in graphic design with a strong focus on creative typography. There is a broad range of graphic styles on display in the Stay Nice portfolio but one thing all works have in common is an inventive use of typography. Feature


Kokoro & Moi :: Selected Print Works

Kokoro & Moi :: Selected Print Works

Kokoro & Moi is a full-service design agency dedicated to creating, planning and delivering strategies and cutting-edge solutions, regardless of the medium used, to design problems. Established in 2001 by a pair of designers Teemu Suviala and Antti Hinkula, Kokoro & Moi work from print and digital to products and environmental design, combining bold, abstract graphic elements and a cheerful colour palette to produce standout designs for their international clients. Feature


Sparrow Legs

Sparrow Legs

Although his previous project, Ebazzler was genius, Jamie Wilkes is now Sparrow Legs. A Graphic Design student poised to graduate from Central St. Martins. Although his work is all very funny, including a ‘To Do List’ and reasoning as to why men with beards catch less colds, it’s the ‘Binge Thinking’ project that I keep coming back to. Reminiscent of David Shrigley, it’s a postcard pack that comes with 14 A6 individual screen prints of quasi-philosophical observations that are all more hilarious than the last. Feature


Sight Unseen OFFSITE

Sight Unseen OFFSITE

Influential online magazine Sight Unseen is pleased to present its brand new design fair ‘Sight Unseen Offsite’, allowing the very best of creative and thought-provoking design talents to exhibit from 16-20 May 2014. Following the success of Noho Design District, Sight Unseen’s co-founders Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov have decided to take over two floors of raw space in a landmarked Soho building in New York and turn them into an exhibition space showcasing a fascinating mix of homeware products, furniture, textiles and designs created by independent brands and agencies from across the globe. Feature


Owsum

Owsum

Owsum officially began in 2008 with its first exhibition in Groningen, the Netherlands. Set up by a group of like-minded artists, Owsum is an art collective that organises art exhibitions, music gigs and other art-related events with its primary aim to showcase emerging ideas by rising talents. Driven by a common interest in underground pop culture, hence, they use light, sound, and visuals with an audience-focused approach to create a wondrous showcase of paintings, collages, screen-prints and handmade posters, touring exhibitions around in order to extend enjoyment of contemporary culture. Feature


Eirik Johnson

Eirik Johnson

Eirik Johnson is Photographer and mixed media Artist currently based in Seattle. I can’t get enough of his truly stunning project “Barrow Cabins” and you need to see it too! This incredible body of work visualises seasonal hunting cabins built by the native Inupiat inhabitants of Barrow, Alaska. Each cabin built from sourced makeshift materials on hand is a fascinating structure alone, but when documented in the extremes of the Artic summer and winter the dramatic transformation is truly astonishing to observe. Feature


George Wheeler :: Tilapia Artwork

George Wheeler :: Tilapia Artwork

Graphic designer and writer here at People of Print, George Wheeler has produced artwork for his band Tilapia’s new EP ‘School’. Feature


Craig Oldham / Hand.Written.Letter.Project

Craig Oldham / Hand.Written.Letter.Project

Manchester based Craig Oldham has been pretty busy of late. He’s done the redesign for D&AD’s New Blood and launched his own site with a great soundboard. But the most charming of his work is the newly republished and updated Hand.Written.Letter.Project. Feature


Alex Walker

Alex Walker

Illustrator, Alex Walker works from Nottingham producing images to accompany a range of articles and exhibitions. Alex’s playful approach to the complicated world of science and technology features gadgets and equipment reimagined as colourful, friendly shapes. Adding grainy fuzz and old pixelated patterns, Alex Walker adds depth to the otherwise very 2 dimensional style. Feature


Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse

An eagerly awaited show by me, and many others no doubt is the Tate Modern’s Henri Matisse, Cut Outs. In his later years Matisse was unable to paint, he began to produce cut outs as preparations for commissioned works. Over time Matisse preferred this technique over others due of his ill health. Matisse is a giant of modern painting, abstraction and colour, his works spanning a huge variety of subject matter and exploration of materials. His work is emotional and tender, yet bold and bright, and it seems to capture the basic joys of seeing, and experiencing life. Feature


Nuria Riaza

Nuria Riaza

Spanish illustrator and self proclaimed collector of memories creates enchanting biro etched beauties with her inky weapon of choice. “One day I fell in love with a ballpoint pen and it became my soulmate,” Nuria plays with a curious and occasionally dark subject matter, creating wonderfully detailed and mysterious sketches. Feature


Josh Geoghegan

Josh Geoghegan

Josh Geoghegan is currently a student at London College of Communication but is interning at EDHV and is now based in Eindhoven, Holland. A recent project ‘Mystery Train’ is a particularly interesting example of his work. Feature


Burak Delier / Freedom Has No Script

Burak Delier / Freedom Has No Script

Turkish artist Burak Delier has opened his UK debut show at INIVA (Institute of International Visual Arts). It’s called Freedom Has No Script. The show features new work and a film commissioned by INIVA, all concerning the much-debated relationship between capitalism and art. Feature


Lauren Rolwing

Lauren Rolwing

Lauren Rolwing is a freelance illustrator currently represented by Marlena Agency. Lauren’s style is reminiscent of 80’s pop graphics with a modern refined twist, creating particularly colourful imagery Lauren’s bold illustrations play with shape and composition. As her portfolio continues to document her fashion illustration her brilliance shines though as she forms stylish contemporary imagery that bursts with energy and attitude. Feature


Interview |  Hugo Puttaert – Think In Colour

Interview | Hugo Puttaert – Think In Colour

We have been receiving so many amazing things in the post lately, and this is another fine example of something which blows us away. We are always so happy to get our hands on something which is so beautifully designed, considered and produced, not to mention the cover that changes colour with heat. We had the chance to interview the graphic designer behind Think In Colour – 380 pages of delicious visual content that takes you on a journey though a world of colour. Hugo Puttaert really shows his skills and expertise as a professor, editor and creative director. We love this book and it has taken prime placement on our bookshelf. Feature


Adidas Originals X Farm :: SS14

Adidas Originals X Farm :: SS14

With all eyes on Brazil in the run up to the world cup, Adidas Originals have teamed up with Brazilian fashion brand The Farm Company to drop a collaborative collection for SS14 and its all about print. Merging classic 3 stripe pieces with tropical bold graphics the vibrant collection highlights the visual impact of print through pineapple, floral, birds of paradise and kaleidoscopic designs. Feature


Say Say Say Inc.

Say Say Say Inc.

Say Say Say Inc. is a multidisciplinary design practice based in Vienna and New York that specialises in design outcomes across a broad range of creative fields. For only 3 years, Say Say Say have produced an incredibly impressive portfolio that spans everything from brand identities, print, editorial, typography, digital media, web design and mural. Driven by the classic modernist influences, they combine graphic, photo and experimental typography, resulting in stylish design compositions that attract both domestic and international clients. Feature


Jules Julien

Jules Julien

Amsterdam based illustrator and print maker, Jules Julien produces graphic portraits in a range of digital and print based methods. Using beautifully soft fading colours and incorporating grainy textures, Julien’s work is inviting yet mysterious. The abstracted characters featured in Jules Julien’s work have no clear identity yet this draws you into the imagery further.
I have had a print of Julien’s on my wall for several years now but still don’t quite identify the character featured. To me this is a sign of a great portrait. One that you don’t immediately figure out will maintain your attention much longer. Feature


Sope Studio

Sope Studio

Today we collected our post from reception and one of our favourite packages was a roll tube delivered from Sope Studio. The roll tube contained a gorgeous gold custom letterpress printed logo onto marbled paper stock, stickers and a letterpress press release printed in gold ink. These guys know how to get your attention for sure. Feature


Competition | Win PRINT ISN’T DEAD Magazine

Competition | Win PRINT ISN’T DEAD Magazine

We are running a competition via Rafflecopter in order to give you a chance to win a copy of Print Isn’t Dead Magazine, alongside a bunch of other prizes, including stickers designed by Kyle Platts and a typeface t-shirt designed by Andy Cooke. You can enter up to 11 times by completing some simple tasks. GOOD LUCK! Feature


Boro

Boro

Apologies for the lack of imagery, but all the more reason to go and see this exhibition of original Japanese Boro fabric at Somerset House. Boro is Japanese for “rags” and usually consists of pieces of old fabric, such as futon covers and old workwear, which have been reclaimed and stitched together to create new, larger pieces. In Japanese culture, Boro is a fabric that belonged to the poorer classes and is not particularly valuable, however in western cultures, Boro has become highly collectible because of its folk heritage and craft technique. If you can afford it, the pieces are actually for sale, prices starting at £5,000. Feature


Jane Eastlight

Jane Eastlight

When you find a good thing, don’t let it go. That’s exactly why producer electronic artist Patten has teamed up with Jane Eastlight once more to design the cover art for his latest musical offering “Estoile Naiant” This talented lady also produces videos and cover art for other artists on the Warp records label, with one of her preferred methods being compiling imagery found through search engines. The cyber referencing collage she has created for Pattens latest EP perfectly encompasses the wiry dial-up inspired melodies inside the cover. Feature


James Burgess

James Burgess

James Burgess is a London-based illustrator, videographer and photographer. When he’s not performing with his band Boneyards he creates work that is eternally youthful and playful, comprising of skulls, skateboards and fast food whilst managing to look incredible. His previous clients include Field Day, District MTV, Visions Festival and Vice. Feature


Jordi Huisman

Jordi Huisman

Jordi Huisman is a photographer currently based in Amsterdam. With a background in engineering, design and innovation Jordi moved onto study photography becoming a freelance Photographer in 2005. Working commercially for agencies, design firms, architects magazines and newspapers, Jordi also directs his focus towards documentary work highlighting the tension between man, nature and technology creating beautifully composed graphic imagery. Feature


Ti Pi Tin

Ti Pi Tin

Ti Pin Tin is a little gem of a shop, selling a vast range of independent and self-published books, zines, journals and monographs. Opened in 2009 firstly as online store they now also use their store in Stoke Newington for supporting and promoting artists and selling new publications, as well as building a name for themselves curating talks, and live events. If you can’t make it to there store you can keep up to date with all the new editions to the shop available to browse and buy online. Feature


Studio Fludd

Studio Fludd

Studio Fludd is a multidisciplinary design collective founded by Matteo Baratto, Caterina Gabelli, Sara Maragotto and Valeria Sanguin in 2008. With a shared interest in creative experiments, the collective was named after the great English alchemist Robert Fludd who was influential in the transmutation of matter through experimental processes. They direct their focus in the vast areas of graphic design, illustration, craft, silkscreen printing and mixed-media installation, using harmonious colour combinations and a material-focused approach to create a wide variety of work. They are also open to collaborative projects, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with them! Feature


Skip Hursh

Skip Hursh

Illustrator and Animator, Skip Hursh works from Brooklyn producing animation for Nickelodeon as well as frequent freelance projects. Hursh’s portfolio plays host to countless playful abstract environments of moving shapes and colour. Through simple animation, Skip Hursh brings these abstract shapes to life interacting with one another. Feature


Kate Moross | First Solo Exhibition

Kate Moross | First Solo Exhibition

Presenting her very first solo exhibition, the ever colourful Kate Moross presents a fascinating glimpse into the mesmerising mind of the artist. Vibrant, loud and fearless, Kate embraces experimentation with her playful, striking style. Reflecting on her successful body of work, Moross showcases original illustrations and prints, along with more recent video ventures and moving image work. The show also runs alongside the launch of Kate’s new book, Make Your Own Luck: A DIY Attitude to Graphic Design & Illustration published by Prestel. Feature


Universe :: A Gumtree-like Platform for Creatives

Universe :: A Gumtree-like Platform for Creatives

We are very proud to introduce you to our Universe… a site for creatives to list anything they wish as an advert to be shared with our audience. Whether that be to promote artwork or events, sell equipment, find or list a new job or let our community know about the latest promotions you have on offer. Posting a listing is FREE, simply register HERE and start posting your adverts for the world to see. You can respond to listings directly through the website. Feature


Inuit Bookshop

Inuit Bookshop

A fantastic event of independent comics and wonderful illustration takes place almost every month here at Bologna-based little bookshop Inuit. Besides being a retailer that regularly promotes great work by emerging artists, illustrators and/or authors, Inuit is also an open platform that provides exhibition spaces, workshops and printing services. In their small but lovely printing laboratory, artists/illustrators will be able to take time and enjoy the slow process of screen printing or to produce high-volume print at a low cost with high-speed risograph printers. Feature


Nakano Design Office

Nakano Design Office

Nakano Design Office is the agency of Japanese designer, Takeo Nakano. Tackling Editorial, branding and interior spaces, Nakano produces design with a crisp minimal style. Nakano’s portfolio displays some great creative typography in both English and Japanese alphabets. Feature


Marv Newland :: CMYK

Marv Newland is a Vancouver based film maker that specialises in animation.
After collecting a multitude of CMYK symbols, registration marks and moiré patterns from common printed materials, Marv teamed up with Animator Kunal Sen to make an animation that forms a ‘a dizzying observance of sound, color and movement.’ Feature


The World’s First Instant Newspaper Recycler | Saatchi & Saatchi Hong Kong

The World’s First Instant Newspaper Recycler | Saatchi & Saatchi Hong Kong

Saatchi & Saatchi Hong Kong created World’s first Instant Newspaper Recycler for Sun Hung Kai. It’s said that the amount of wrapping paper used in Hong Kong during Chinese New Year results in as many as 1,600 trees being cut down, and 170,000 litres of petrol burned. To put that in context, the height of all those trees put together would stretch from the Earth to an altitude 3 times that a commercial airplane flies at. So Sun Hung Kai’s (SHK) East Point City decided to make an environmentally-friendly difference this year with The Instant Newspaper Recycler. The Campaign was created and executed by Saatchi & Saatchi Hong Kong. Feature


Warhol, Burroughs, Lynch

Warhol, Burroughs, Lynch

Shoehorning Andy Warhol, William S. Burroughs and David Lynch into the same building would prove conceptually difficult if it wasn’t for The Photographers’ Gallery. There are no great surprises here – Warhol’s images are distinctly Warhol while Lynch’s photographs could be stills from his atmospheric films. Burroughs’ photography is a bit more chaotic as they’re from his personal collection; arguably this aesthetic mirrors the frenzied nature of his books. Feature


Magazine: Spring Releases

Magazine: Spring Releases

And before the week is over, we’d like to introduce you to some of the interesting covers that have been released during this blooming season. This time, we focus on vivacious and lively issues that will certainly inspire you. Feature


Emma Mulholland

Emma Mulholland

Australian fashion designer Emma Mulholland has grown from strength to strength in recent years after her first debut at Australian fashion week. For her “Spring Break” collection Emma has continued on her signature style of loud prints and colours, with a heavy 80’s surf influence styled with a sports and casual tailoring. Since her debut, Kanye West has been seen buying her pieces, which have also been worn by the likes of M.I.A and Grimes. I think Australia’s fashion and arts scene is really beginning to come in to it’s own in recent years, with some really bright and exciting work coming out and setting the tone for the collective cultural style. I think I should go… Check out Emma’s garms, and dream about the beach. Feature


Ray Ewing

Ray Ewing

Ray Ewing is an artist from the island of Martha’s Vineyard. Having worked as a photojournalist, commercial photographer, educator and artist Ray’s stunning portfolio demonstrates his deep understanding of photography and eye for composition. Ray’s recent work focuses on the ‘human interaction with the land’ featuring crisp colourful landscapes that visualize vast and ‘managed’ spaces, tourist heavens and architecture. Feature


M&E

M&E

M&E is the creative partnership of Matthew Bolger and Emelie Lidström. Based in Sweden, M&E combine graphic, photo and video mediums producing a wide variety of work. M&E’s hands on, experimental approach shows in their frequent artwork and music videos. Dizzying video for ‘Snake & Jet’s Amazing Bullit Band’ sees M&E mount cameras to drills while recent promotional videos for Offset Festival magically lifts 3D type from pools of marbling colours. Feature


Hey Studio at Madshop Barcelona

Hey Studio at Madshop Barcelona

Hey Studio are on their way to display their impressive projects at Madshop in Barcelona starting from 11th April. This exhibition will feature a wide range of Hey’s recent work in brand identity, posters, and illustration. They put their focus almost equally on both commercial and non-commercial projects, so the show is a mixture of client-based design and in-house creations. Pop in to Madshop if you’re in Barcelona, the show will run until 5th June 2014 and promises to be the highlight of today’s graphic design industries. Feature


Eunji Ryu

Eunji Ryu

Eunji Ryu is an Artist currently based in South Korea. Eunj’s graphic imagery creates surreal landscapes through juxtaposed elements, block colour and pattern. Translated in a variety of pastel tones, Enji’s artwork introduces us to dreamy worlds that commonly reflect domestic spaces. Feature


East Editions

East Editions

East Editions is an inspirational Sydney-based open space dedicated to limited edition products created by select visual artists and designers from both Australia and around the world. East Editions offers a variety of homeware goods including textiles, handcrafted wooden furniture, screen-printed quilt covers and pillow case sets. Feature


Alex Mathers

Alex Mathers

Self taught illustrator and geography graduate, Alex Mathers’ work reflects the two backgrounds perfectly. Mathers’ landscape and map illustrations take you from accurate maps of the real world to imaginary cities inside volcanos. Alex Mathers’ playful vector based illustrations communicate friendly carefree worlds through bright colour palettes and quirky trees and buildings. Feature


SB Studio 100/100 Project

SB Studio 100/100 Project

Last year Liverpool based SB Studio teamed up with The Liverpool Craft Beer Co to brew their very own beer as part of a series of not-for-profit projects. 100/100 was created with a group of 100 carefully selected artist, designers and illustrators to create 100 different beer bottle labels with 100 different names for 100 bottles. Its great to spot some family faces amongst the designs, and what’s more all sale profits go towards Art Fund. Dates are to be confirmed for the forthcoming exhibition where the most popular beers will be available to buy along with a book on its way too. Feature


Antonin + Margaux & Atelier Bingo at Kraft Festival 2014

Antonin + Margaux & Atelier Bingo at Kraft Festival 2014

As part of Kraft Festival 2014, Antonin + Margaux and Atelier Bingo are inviting you to get your hands on exclusive screen-printed goods and installations at their joint exhibition and workshop entitled ‘Aire De Jeu’ or ‘Playground’. With a common passion for screen-print, these two France-based studios are pleased to display their results of experimentation, offering chances for anyone who is around Nantes to take part in their screen-printing workshops, see handcrafted art prints and their whimsical installations in close up. Feature


Lazy Oaf SS14

Lazy Oaf SS14

UK based brand Lazy Oaf are renowned for their illustrated cartoon focused prints, and their debut SS14 collection certainly does not disappoint. Featuring a wide variety of fresh prints this season we are introduced to a digital rain mac jacket, coral worm farm shirt and polka dot trou, and that’s before we even mention the highlight of the collection, a yellow stuffed crust Simpsons-esque pizza print shirt. (Available to buy now) Feature


Thomas Danthony

Thomas Danthony

French illustrator, Thomas Danthony works from London producing fantastically dark and moody imagery. Using a restricted colour palette in all his work, Danthony’s images compliment each other between projects giving a feel of unity to his portfolio as a whole. Often unnoticed, Thomas Danthony uses GIFs to bring small hints of his illustrations to life. In ‘Valentines day story’ body parts twitch and neon signs glow adding new dimension to his work. Feature


It’s Not Very Nice That: Graphic Design and Politics

It’s Not Very Nice That: Graphic Design and Politics

It’s Not Very Nice That is the new exhibition at The Lighthouse in Glasgow that uses contemporary design to put current political topics into design context, giving chances to the public to discuss today’s political practice and issues as well as thoughts, ideas and potential solutions. The exhibition enables the public to mull over some design experiments and think about the motifs and motivations behind each piece of work. Feature


Interview :: Andrew Khosravani

Interview :: Andrew Khosravani

Andrew Khosravani is a London based Illustrator / Animator and recent graduate of the London College of Communication. Envisioning strange worlds and surreal landscapes through hand-rendered techniques, Andrew’s incredible illustrations draw influence from dead civilisations, science fiction and revered Gods and Deities. I was lucky enough to catch up with the up and coming illustrator to find out more about his work… Feature


Janine Rewell

Janine Rewell

Janine Rewell is a Helsinki-based illustrator and graphic designer. Inspired by the geometry of nature, decorative details and intense colors, Janine’s designs are an enchanting mix of Scandinavian design and Slavic folk art. Janine Rewell and shoe designer Minna Parikka teamed
 up this year for an exciting spectacle combining the world of body painting and illustration. Her geometric 
patters and attention to detail play work surprising well on the curves of the female body. The photo series creates a surreal moment where the models appear to climb out of the picture into the physical world. Feature


Kerry Hughes

Kerry Hughes

London based set designer, Kerry Hughes produces small scale handcrafted sets creatively displaying fashion and beauty products. Hughes’ imaginative approach to set design sees perfumes and make up placed in surreal scenes packed with colour. Feature


Printing Service by People of Print

Printing Service by People of Print

We offer a fully bespoke printing and consultation service. You name it we will know how to get it done for you, or be able to advise you. If you would like us to do an edition of paper based prints, then fill out this form. Feature


London Print Studio

London Print Studio

London Print Studio is an artist-run, not-for-profit artists studio, workspace, publisher and gallery based in West London. The studio has traditional printmaking equipment alongside a digital studio, a gallery and large format printing. They offer a wide range of courses with access to specialist technicians. They work with artists, community organisations, galleries, educational institutions and the public. Like us, they say that “creative collaboration is at the heart of their practice.” Feature


Tom McKinley

Tom McKinley

Born in Michigan, Tom McKinley was educated in both Europe and the US before residing in San Francisco where he currently lives and works. Tom’s incredible oil paintings are signified by visualising architectural landscapes featuring quiet still interiors / exteriors as they reflect homes that bare no trace of human contact. Feature


Tokyo TDC Exhibition 2014

Tokyo TDC Exhibition 2014

The annual Tokyo Director Club exhibition has returned to Ginza Graphic Gallery this April showcasing the results of the ‘Tokyo TDC Annual Awards 2014′, an international design competition participated by thousands of domestic and international talents. Featured in the exhibition are more than 100 typographic works including those created by the eleven selected award winners, nominees and other must-see entries. Feature


Playground Paris

Playground Paris

Multidisciplinary design studio, Playground Paris is work of french designer Valentin Adam. Having only been founded around 3 years ago, Valentin Adam has an impressive portfolio of work ranging from branding, typography and illustration using a playful graphic style. Experimental type and a bold palette of colour and texture make the Playground Paris website a must see. Feature


Sofia Colvin

Sofia Colvin

Currently studying at Parsons in New York, Sofia Colvin is an artist specialising in Photography. With an almost poetic, visually captivating portfolio Sofia’s imagery ranges from conceptual portraits in muted tones to buildings / environments and the observation of pattern in architecture. Truly great stuff. Feature


Five Years :: Colophon Foundry

Five Years :: Colophon Foundry

Today sees the launch party of Five Years, an exhibition that celebrates the role of type designers and how they are vital in the creative design process. To celebrate their fifth anniversary, Colophon Foundry, one of the most internationally acclaimed type foundries, have selected twenty-six typefaces drawn and published between April 2009 to April 2014 including Aperçu, Central Avenue, Leroy, Transcript and many others from the Colophon Foundry back catalogue to be displayed on a different product related to each type. Feature


Sabrina Arnault

Sabrina Arnault

Sabrina Arnault is a French Illustrator currently based in Montréal. Sabrina’s charming imagery applies clean lines and block colour to quirky portraits, pattern and plants translating a sense of narrative and effortless elegance. Feature


Lotta Nieminen

Lotta Nieminen

Working from New York, Finnish illustrator and graphic designer, Lotta Nieminen produces fantastically colourful scenes depicting happy worlds of leisurely activity. Swimming, rollerskating or relaxing in the park, Lotta’s characters are all enjoying life in a world constructed of geometric shapes and complimentary colour palettes. These worlds look like great places to be, get lost in Lotta Nieminen’s work over at her site. Feature


Accidentally On Purpose Vol.3 Launch & Exhibition

Accidentally On Purpose Vol.3 Launch & Exhibition

A series of contemporary photographs highlighting the unpredictable nature of analogue processes will come to life in a two-day exhibition from 3rd – 4th April at Village. Curated by Leeds-based graphic designer and filmmaker Ben Richards, the exhibition will present an overview of originally discarded photographs with its aim to explore the relationship between the adoption of digital technology and the beauty of images captured on photographic film. Feature


Analogue vs Digital Brief | Director’s Pick | Daniel Fletcher

Analogue vs Digital Brief | Director’s Pick | Daniel Fletcher

Last month we ran a two week brief with the Illustration students at LCC which had a resulting exhibition. The students had to take an image through various different mediums, making sure that they passed through both analogue and digital processes. The idea was to portray the famous Marshall McLuhan quote, “the medium is the message.” All of the students responded well, however the work of Daniel Fletcher really stood out amongst the crowd. He answered the brief concisely and enthusiastically with a project titled EUPHROSYNE. Feature


The Lost Fox

The Lost Fox

The Lost Fox are designer/illustrator Dan Forster and printmaker Jan Hirst, who have combined their skills to set up a new venture together, producing limited edition screen prints and they’ve just launched their new website. Feature


Stellan Kristenson

Stellan Kristenson

Nothing frustrates me more then finding a designer I like that has no ‘about me’ section or information about themselves on their website, however Stellan Kristenson takes this level of frustration to a whole new level with no website and little to no information available online! However the mysterious Artist has to be an exception to my ‘no info no feature’ rule as his work is simply stunning. Visualising graphic ribbons of colour and tone I can’t get enough of Stellan’s effortless application of pattern and bold shape. Feature


Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson

Illustrator, Steven Wilson works from Brighton producing bright and psychedelic type. Taking on many forms, Wilson’s type always explores depth within the letterforms. So often type is bound to the constraints of 2 dimensions so its great to see someone breaking these unwritten rules. Feature


Desert Island

Desert Island

Desert Island has announced that ‘Comic Arts Brooklyn 2014′ will take place on 8th November 2014 and is also now calling for artists and comics lovers to exhibit at this event along with other emerging talents and young creatives. The first year was a success, this year, Desert Island is ready to unveil and present illustrated publications and comics artwork produced by the very best of US and international artists and illustrators. Feature


10 Deep :: Spring Delivery 2 :: Internationally known

10 Deep :: Spring Delivery 2 :: Internationally known

10 Deep dropped the 2nd delivery of their spring look book ‘Internationally known’ last week, and as ever it was bursting with their trademark all over prints amongst block colour. With a wide variety of graphic prints this season the collection explores global design influences with prints ranging from floral patterns to maps and Arabic fonts. Feature


Victoria Ling

Victoria Ling

Still life photographer based in London, Victoria Ling has a colourful portfolio of personal and client commissioned work. Showing the more experimental side of her work, Ling’s self initiated projects are a personal highlight. Exploring her background of commercial product photography, Ling’s personal work often alters the colours naturally associated with objects to great effect. Feature


Reed Anderson

Reed Anderson

For anyone in New York City this month, here is a really nice show to go and see in Williamsburg at the Pierogi Gallery. Brooklyn based Reed Anderson’s solo show, “the way you look is the way i feel” opened last week and will run to 27th of April 2014. Reed’s work is highly graphic, abstract paintings with collage elements. His work has a celebratory feel, with vivid coloured shapes and gestural movements with give movement and voice to photographic montage. His work also features large and intricate paper cut outs, with seemingly floral inspired patterns, cut out of simple painted backgrounds. Feature


Annie Strachan

Annie Strachan

Annie Strachan is one of my favourite UK artists right now. Her work ranges from sculpture, to ceramics, painting and also print. Annie studied at Chelsea of Art & Design and graduated in 2011. Annie’s work explores graphic shapes, but as three dimensional forms. She combines and contrasts varying textures which are modern, yet also reference past artistic styles. Feature


Benoit Fournier

Benoit Fournier

Benoit Fournier is a Photographer hailing from France that is currently based in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Taking up photography at the age of 20 after being encouraged by his father, Benoit works in documentary and commercial sectors and has recently directed focus towards authorial work using the theme of water as a guiding principal. Visualising Rio’s relationship with water from the streets to the beaches, Benoit’s recent work highlights colour and scenes of vibrant ‘real life.’ Feature


Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

Illustrator, Karolis Strautniekas produces beautifully textured editorial work among other projects. Often working closely with the accompanying text, Karoilis’ images cleverly illustrate the given topic with both wit and intellect. Whether telling stories of technology, fragrances or Valentines day, Karolis Strautniekas’ illustrations remain full of narrative, always keeping a tight composition and colour palette at hand. Feature


Mékanik Copulaire

Mékanik Copulaire

Mékanik Copulaire is an independent publishing house situated in Strasbourg in the eastern part of France. Founded in 2010, Mékanik Copulaire’s beautifully crafted publications are focused around photography, graphism, and the art of making collages. They publish and promote handmade fanzines and self-published booklets produced by contemporary artists and collagists. Feature


David Brandon Geeting

David Brandon Geeting

David Brandon Geeting is a digital photographer who is best known for his eclectic mix of still life compositions featuring everyday objects found in the city. Driven by obsession with kitsch, he produces colourful object-centred images, giving life to ordinary objects which are usually overlooked. Feature


James Joyce

James Joyce

James Joyce is a highly celebrated London based artist / designer. Specialising in typographic pieces James is renowned for his bold graphic imagery grabbing the attention of clients including Nike, The New York Times, Eye, Google, MTV, The BBC, Orange, Levi’s and Liberty of London (Just to name afew) on the off chance you don’t know him already, it’s about time you familiarised yourself with his incredible work. Feature


Quality Screen Sticker Printing by Sticker Robot

Quality Screen Sticker Printing by Sticker Robot

Our search for quality long-lasting screen printed stickers stopped when we came across Sticker Robot. These guys really know what they’re doing when it comes to making stickers of all shapes and sizes. Their client list is huge and they deliver worldwide. Our customer experience with them was next to none and we can’t speak any higher words of their delivery speed and sticker quality. They kindly took some photos of our stickers in the sticker printing process, so you can all see what goes into the production. Feature


Unique Print Exhibition/Silent Auction

Unique Print Exhibition/Silent Auction

The final-year MA Communication Design students from CSM together with professionals, staff and alumni associated with UAL have provided a wide selection of printed work now being showcased at Camden Image Gallery. With wonderful contributions from the dean of design from CSM, the dean of design from LCC, all three UAL design chairs as well as staff and students, the exhibition comprises varying printed goods including publications and posters produced using various print methods. Feature


Competition | Win a Speedball Fabric Screenprinting Kit

Competition | Win a Speedball Fabric Screenprinting Kit

You can win a Speedball Fabric Screen Printing Kit supplied by our friends over at London Graphic Centre. They’re giving away this awesome kit which contains everything you need to get started screen printing onto fabric. All you need to do to enter is to follow them on twitter or subscribe to their newsletter, and if you do both, you get two raffle entries. Feature


Mike Frederiqo :: Riccardo Tisci :: Nike

Mike Frederiqo :: Riccardo Tisci :: Nike

Mike Frederiqo is a Dutch illustrator that has recently released his much anticipated latest creation involving a dope illustration of Riccardo Tisci as the iconic Nike ‘Swoosh.’ Exceptionally designed, the illustration visualises both the white and black colourway of the recent collaborative Riccardo Tisci Air Force 1 kicks. Feature


Museums Press

Museums Press

Museums Press is an independent publishing house based out of their bookshop and project space, Good Press, in Glasgow. Museums Press was set up in 2009, two years before Good Press was launched, and has featured a variety of handmade and self-published zines/publications produced by independent artists and creative practitioners. Feature


Gavin Potenza

Gavin Potenza

Gavin Potenza is an illustrator based in Brooklyn. Producing illustrative infographics featured in magazines, Potenza condenses statistics on wine making, whale breeding and pop music into beautifully crafted illustrations each hosting their own specialist information. Soft in colour and texture, each graphic is visually welcoming and a pleasure to read into. Pulling off work both beautiful and highly functional is a challenge every designer faces but here Gavin Potenza embraces both seemingly effortlessly. Feature


Ralph Pedersen

Ralph Pedersen

Ralph Pedersen is a graphic designer and photographer currently studying in his final year at Brighton University. Ralph has a diverse range of mediums within his portfolio and hasn’t been afraid to try new processes since being at University. His recent ‘Tear Back’ project was sparked through visits to abandoned buildings and factories around Brighton and London. After experimenting with contrasting images, Ralph photographed a humorous set of images which were then wheat pasted onto abandoned buildings in Brighton, showcasing to the public what could’ve been or what once was there. Feature


CENTURY EGG | Patrick Savile

CENTURY EGG | Patrick Savile

CENTURY EGG is a show of new digital work by Patrick Savile which will take place 4.4.14 at BL-NK, 37 East Road, London, N1 6AH from 6-10pm. Patrick is showing works that arose from recent research for a new comic book he is writing, which carries the same title. These new digital works are focus mainly on pattern and his research on alternate universes, creation, time and origins (and eggs). Feature


Raphaël Année

Raphaël Année

Raphaël Année is a photographer / graphic designer hailing from France. With a deep interest in people and documenting the world around him, Raphaël’s work captures the spirit and lifestyle of Parisian youth culture. Amongst raw gritty portraits Raphaël’s portfolio also demonstrates a strong sense of narrative highlighting a broad bold vision and eye for composition through graphic form. Feature