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Laura’s photography work is simply incredible. She came out of Brighton University which as I said before, seems to spew out the very best of creative talent. Make yourself a fan of her work.
Well what doesn’t this guy do? He has a tremendous bio and list of awards. I love this H.P.Lovecraft cover that he has designed.
Justyna is a Polish surface pattern and textile designer based in London. She has an impressive client list and some lovely samples to browse through on her website.
Luke, Therese and Jon have smashed it again with their incredible new website. They’ve spent ages taking studio shots of all of their prints – and they have tonnes of incredible prints for that matter. One of my favourite collectives in the world and they are funny and cool and delicious.
Pablo Abad has worked for some great clients and has an extensive portfolio of really cool things.
Here’s one for you Star Wars geeks. You can collect three different decks priced at only £3 from Firebox.
Yoshida is a Japanese cult brand that has been running since 1935. Just look at this incredible tie dye bag. A bit on the expensive side but really cool.
Adam has always been one of those people who performed for us at live printmaking events. Whether it be with his band Old Mayor, as Adam the Rapper or just plain spoken word. He has just created this awesome video with good friend Bruce Collier.
A geographically correct London tube map which is available to buy in different sized posters. Very, very good. We want one.
NO WAY and Rudi Khalastchi are presenting CRAZY EYE HOTEL exhibition in The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, London. Broken Fingaz are a one of a kind street art collective from Israel, this show is going to be fantastic and we are very pleased to be helping out with the setup this week.
For those of you who don’t know already…NSFW means ‘Not Safe For Work” and we’ve had to make a new category on our website just for this post. However, this is the work of Nathen Atia who has an incredible photography portfolio. He’s also a really nice guy.
Victory press is a small Printer and publisher based in Camberwell. They print using a Risograph RZ570 digital duplicator with 10 colours, as well a hot foil platen. We have heard nothing but good things about these guys.
This is a super cool idea by Sarah, who started making ‘walls’ of things for sale in her own home. It has gained a lot of interest and she has collaborated with some incredible designers to make a series of displays which have items for sale. We want in.
Sasha lives and works in Ukraine. His work is totally good. Experience it for yourself.
Are really good. Reasonably priced also. Our friends Ubiquitous got these done a while back. Look at that edging!
“The 3rd fair will take place on Sunday 29th April 2012 at Night & Day Cafe, Oldham Street.”
Go to this, it’s free!
Put simply, ‘the UKPA (UK Poster Association) is an umbrella organisation created to help support and promote the work of UK poster artists.’ They have a good knowledge in the band poster world so they can offer advise and you can also commission an artist to create a poster for you.
Whilst we are on the trippy vibe I thought we will bring the work of Luis Toledo to your attention. A Spanish artist who tackles the questions of life and death. Take a look at the incredibly intricate images that are so vibrant and impressive.
Joshua got in touch to show us his portfolio and we really liked it. There’s lots of trippy images and melting faces going on in digital landscapes. Just splendid.
Jimmy Turrell is an illustrator based in London. At this present moment in time he’s dangerously obsessed with Kulchur magazine, Gang Gang Dance, and anything with strange harp noises and cheap sounding Italian house piano’s.
This girl from leeds has it all going on. She has been featured in this month’s Front Magazine and her work is super funny. I had a little chat with her yesterday and she has plans to intern at a design / print studio in New York. We love it.
Some lovely jubbly work by Daisy White Wolf on her site. Lots of cool screen prints and other designs which have been applied to tents amongst other brilliant things.
This guy simply inspires me with his work and his ethos. He is a walking printing machine and you can tell that he loves what he does. Please take a look at his incredible work, you are very likely to bump into him in a self made screen printing den.
Well well well. It’s Easter Sunday and what better time than now to recap what we did at the incredible contemporary design fair that took place at Somerset House from 22nd March until 1st April. It was a blast and there was so much to see. If you managed to make it down you would probably agree with me when I say that it was a complete brain overload of top notch design, illustration, prints and workshops. Far too much to absorb in one day.
Nick has some really great graphics work. We particularly like his Book / Essay…LONG LIVE PRINT!