A beautiful book by Rose Thomas, an A-Z of pattern created with each letter of the alphabet set in Times New Roman. Look closely on the image featured to see which letter makes this classic style pattern.
A badass design studio from Minneapolis, the duo met in 1998 and set up the studio a few years later to merge their love for posters and music full time. A truly diverse and delectable portfolio of work, this sweet collage style screen print for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds really caught my eye and is now available to buy.
This guy is a mad good illustrator also a very modest and lovely man. His logo is pretty cool too, head to his website and see if you agree.
Adam recently got in touch with a submission for our book. Some real quality work on here and he has also won some awards, rightly so.
Antenne Books is a distributor of independent art publishers. Established in London in 2010 they distribute publications on art, photography, design, illustration, theory and writing to selected book shops throughout Europe. Antenne Publishing was initiated in 2012 as an extension of Antenne Books, in order to work directly with artists to produce books, multiples and editions.
A wash of dreamy watercolour from the Bristol based Illustrator, from portraits to guns, the girls got it covered.
I’m a firm believer that creativity just grows in Brighton like a (good) virus. Here is a bloody good site full of graduates from Fine Art Printmaking at the University of Brighton. Simply top notch.
Hello guys, it’s been a while since my post because I have been busy printing at Levi’s on Regent Street…I will write a separate feature about this. However, today I am posting about Word Collective. (I know it’s not print-based, but words used to printed right? Or they still are in some cases? Maybe you can print the words off on your Epson inkjet 500000000.)
I could stare at the dark trippy creations from this Australian born Illustrator all day long. Layers and layers of flawless detail and colour. Kinda hypnotising.
If you haven’t clocked on yet, I’m a bit of a book geek. Every geek needs that place to go and have a drool fest over the best new stuff and Visual Editions is my current indulgent website. A publishing company set up in 2009, they set out to find “great looking stories” and adorn us with beautifully crafted books. Between their blog, website and flickr these guys have got it covered.
I was lucky enough to witness the early creation of this beautiful print by Olivia Brotheridge earlier this year for Boat Magazine and now you can see it in the flesh amongst others at The Paper Jukebox Collectives Exhibition at the Flaxon Ptootch Gallery in Kentish Town until 7th August. A real beaut, don’t miss it.
Joy Doom Manifesto is the creation of Mark Wheatley, a Sussex-based printmaker specialising in limited edition screen prints, zines, publications, multiples, objects, and installations. It aims to intrigue, play and delight. Joy Doom Manifesto embraces a diverse range of projects including print & web based publications along with site specific exhibitions.
10 talented young and emerging illustrators are taking over Coningsby Gallery on Tottenham Street from tonight until Friday. Head along to see some varied and interesting work and have a chat with the illustrators themselves. I also heard on the grapevine there will be wine too.
I have to admit, an envy stirs inside when I look at the work of Brighton Illustration graduate James Dicks. Simple concepts and clever development make this gritty array of publications.
Some great stand out poster work from another talented Camberwell Illustration graduate. Keeping it clean and simple, thumbs up from us.
Theres nothing like a good book on a rainy day and a book as good as this is just what I need to get me through this very wet July. Beautiful piece of design by Kingston graduate Josie that takes you on a walk through the life of cotton.
We were privileged to have the lovely Liverpool based designer Miss Bagnall in London for our event of workshops on Education at KKOutlet t’other week producing some sweet poster designs. Her portfolio keeps it slick with tasty book designs and intelligent type choices. She likes small animals but doesn’t like pho noodles because they look like tapeworms, however we can see past this error of judgement seeing as she’s ruddy lovely.
We visited the Rare show on a calm and quiet afternoon to fully embrace and admire the impressive array of talent on show in the spacious, well laid out exhibition from Kingston’s BA Illustration and Animation degree course.
Impressed on entry by the quality and quantity of publications on offer, this set the tone and standard for what was to follow. Feature
We’ve gone grad-mad with all the new emerging talent currently on show for our hungry little eyes at all the graduate exhibitions. This young lady is an Illustrator I’ve known for years, we all knew she’d be damn good but she’s gone top notch during her BA at Camberwell taking a keen interest in geometrics and refining a delicious almost candy-like colour palette. Her work is a true embodiment of herself, brightly coloured and undeniably fun.
Hoxton Hall are looking for people between the ages of 20 and 25 to join their new creative agency. Just click the link for all of the information.
The Choque Cultural print store is a collaboration between Tristan Manco (coauthor of Graffiti Brasil) based in the UK and Choque who produce the majority of their top quality screen prints in Brazil. Just look at these fantastic large format letterpress posters which they use as paste-ups.
Kingston’s 2012 Illustration & Animation graduate degree show is also looking like a fantastic place to be this fine Thursday evening. So much talent and so many friendly people. You can find this show at Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, E2 7ES. Right by Shoreditch High Street station. All of these awesome degree shows are all within walking distance so try and get down to them all. NICE.
Another University that spews out unrelenting talent is…Camberwell of course. If you can fit it in your busy schedule tonight, try and get yourself down to Red Gallery on Rivington Street TONIGHT. Punch EC2A 3DT into your smart phone and cycle down on your fixie with no brakes. See you there for a Saint beer or a Pernod.
Brighton University students have never failed to impress me with their insane ability and quality of work. This is a degree show that you CANNOT miss! Opening night is the 5th of July and it runs until 8th at Netil House, London E8 3RL. I can pretty much guarantee that you will be overwhelmed and inspired after seeing this show. (I’ll take the rap if you aren’t).
I was informed about the awesome work of James Jessiman by a friend of mine who studied at Kingston with him. He screen prints for Nobrow and has a crazy good selection of work for you to see.
Library Paper is a killer project by Catalogue. There’s a huge wealth of amazing design inside issue one which you should go and get your hands on.
Swiss Poster Generator is a collaboration between brothers Ben and Clark DuVall. It merges their respective mediums of graphic design and software engineering, exploring the nexus of art and technology, modernism and post-modernism in the era of desktop publishing. The Swiss poster is the height of precision in graphic design. In many ways, the computer has eliminated the need for human precision by reducing information down to bytes and pixels. Swiss Poster Generator is meant as a tool for the design layman, an alternative to desktop publishing programs, but never to the designers trained eye.