Ben Terzza

Ben Terzza

Hailing from Nottingham, Ben Terzza started his career studying science before traveling to Europe where he established a focus in documentary photography. Now based in London and studying for an MA in photojournalism, Ben’s beautiful imagery explores individuals, society and landscapes around him be it hypothetical references, iconography or personal relationships. Feature


Footpatrol X Lacoste L!ve

Footpatrol X Lacoste L!ve

Retailer Footpatrol has teamed up with Lacoste L!ve for the first time to drop an exciting new capsule collection. Consisting of both footwear and apparel, the offering sports a wicked monochrome all-over print constructed from the original Lacoste logo for a contemporary and sophisticated look. Feature


Palace Skateboards X Adidas Originals :: AW15

Palace Skateboards X Adidas Originals :: AW15

The much-anticipated collaboration between Palace Skateboards and Adidas Originals has finally dropped for the cooler season and it was well worth the wait. Merging Palace’s street sensibilities and Adidas’ sportswear heritage, the offering drives a print heavy focus with lairy bold designs featuring brighty coloured marble / wave prints, bold block colours and some real special under-arm classic Adidas stripes. Feature


Vic Lee

Vic Lee

Working from his Clerkenwell studio, Vic Lee’s type-lead monochrome artwork is inspired by old cigarette packets, money and signage amongst a variety of other forms of vintage packaging. With a contemporary twist on these classic motivations, Vic Lee’s tactile art prints and murals has lead him to work with clients including Sainsburys, Brompton Bicycles, Merceses-Benz, Wella and Marks and Spencer. Feature


Mark Dingo

Mark Dingo

Mark Dingo is an illustrator / graphic designer hailing from Manilla (The Phillippines.) I was really excited when I came upon his recent personal work inspired by Wes Anderson’s 8 feature films. Creating a beautiful series of postcards, Mark eloquently captures fictional locations with each postcard complete with a unique ‘postage stamp’ asif they were sent from the places on the cards. Great stuff. Feature


Serafine Frey

Serafine Frey

Serafine Frey is a Swiss Illustrator whose weird and wonderful imagery is super fun to look at and bursting with charm. Using bold colours, shape and outlines to form her long limbed tactile characters, Serafine’s often abstract narratives and playful compositions are sure to see her go far. Feature


Club 75 X BMC Paris

Club 75 X BMC Paris

Music / clothes / graphics collaborative label Club 75 have recently joined forces with new clothing brand BMC Paris for a special and mad fresh capsule collection. With each brand hailing from musical backgrounds there’s no surprise this collaborative collection was ment to be featuring on point illustrative graphics and hybrid branding across long / short sleeve shirts and a beanie. Feature


Adam Jason Cohen

Adam Jason Cohen

Hailing from New Jersey, Adam Jason Cohen is a photographer that currently lives and works in Chicago. Showcasing his work both online and in print, Adam produces his own small-run limited edition books showcasing his documentary style approach to photography. With raw imagery drawing focus towards social landscapes and human condition, Adam’s portrayal of life in Chicago oozes both style and flair. Feature


Cachete Jack

Cachete Jack

Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjul are a Spanish illustration duo whose joint forces form Cachete Jack. With a playful hand-drawn approach to imagery the pair work in a variety of mediums including books, magazines, newspapers, clothes walls and painting. Putting their bold and colourful stamp on the world the duo are absolutely smashing it working with clients including Urban Outfitters, The V&A, Hermes, Don’t Panic, Pepe Jeans and Computer Arts to name afew. Feature


CLOT X VANQUISH X fragment design

CLOT X VANQUISH X fragment design

Hong Kong brand CLOT have embarked on a super exciting new collaboration with Japanese streetwear powerhouse VANQUISH and fragment design, for a new capsule collection. Focused on fine details and the use of high-quality materials, the collection sports a vintage aesthetic applying a ‘washing effect’ discolouration to denim and beautifully printed hickory fabric patches across loungewear, a tote and raw denim jeans. Feature


Brain Dead X Eric Elms

Brain Dead X Eric Elms

Brain Dead is a creative collection of artists and designers from around the world that are deeply focused on the spirit of subcultures with a disruptive graphic lead approach to work. Recently joining forces with Eric Elms, this exciting collaboration sees the drop of a capsule collection in conjunction with the NYC Art Book Fair. Sporting the Brooklyn artist’s iconic imagery across a hat, tee and tote bag it’s well worth checking out. Feature


Lazy Oaf :: AW15

Lazy Oaf :: AW15

We’re always excited to nosey at London-based Lazy Oaf’s latest offerings of print and graphics and as always the brand provide us with a bold new range of illustrative garms for this years winter season. Highlighting their signature use of humorous slogans and cartoony motifs across tees, shirts and dresses, both men’s and women’s collections are as eccentric and playful as ever. Feature


IUTER :: AW15

IUTER :: AW15

IUTER have recently dropped their new AW15 collection titled ‘The sky’s the limit’, which is inspired by climbing, in the metaphorical sense of striving to reach the top while staying firmly in touch with reality. Communicating this concept through print, the collection bases the graphics, patterns, colours and detailing of the garments on reworked distinctive features of the technical outdoor look. Feature


Stussy :: Women AW15

Stussy :: Women AW15

I’m really into Stussy’s womenswear offering for this year’s colder season. Alongside classic interpretations of their graphic logos, the collection highlights all over prints and unconventional materials to streetwear including faux fur and a shift dress / bottoms. Feature


Raised by Wolves :: AW15

Raised by Wolves :: AW15

Canadian streetwear brand Raised by Wolves just dropped their stunning look book for AW15 shot by the talented Chicago based photographer trashhand. Featuring bold typographic prints a personal highlight has to be their yin-yang graphic logo interpretation on a classic grey hoodie. Feature


Gosha Rubchinskiy :: AW15

Gosha Rubchinskiy :: AW15

Moscow based designer / photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy is certainly turning heads right now as he channels streetwear with a strictly Russian flavour. With his current AW15 offering showcasing graphic imagery, pattered and typographic prints, garments form an exciting urban youthful aesthetic. I can’t wait to see what he drops next. Feature


Opening Ceremony :: AW15

Opening Ceremony :: AW15

Opening Ceremony’s AW15 offering titled ‘Contact/Space’ has really caught my eye with the interesting graphic all-over prints applied throughout. With print based imagery constructed from film negative strips and paired with bomber, trench and camel over coats the collection highlights a youthful yet refined aesthetic, great stuff. Feature


Simone Massoni

Simone Massoni

Simone Massoni is an illustrator / visual artist that currently lives and works in Florence, Italy. After starting his career working in the realm of children’s illustration, Simone’s more recent works are aligned with visual design and arts. Working with bold colours and sketchy outlines, Simone’s imagery demonstrates wonderful compositions and patterns and has lead him to work with clients including Nokia, The New Yorker, Carhartt, Penguin Oxford University Press, Guess Kids and The New York Times to name afew. Feature


Louisa Gagliardi

Louisa Gagliardi

Louisa Gagliardi is a Zurich-based illustrator / designer and I don’t even know how to start complimenting her INCREDIBLE portfolio. It’s Nice That were pretty on point in describing her work looking ‘like a Picasso painting updated for the digital age’ with Louisa’s imagery following surreal and conceptual themes as she explores pattern, texture, perspective and composition. But what gets me REALLY excited is seeing her digitally formed imagery translated into printed mediums be they newspapers, editorials or stand alone prints. Truly great stuff. Feature


Rockwell by Parra :: AW15

Rockwell by Parra :: AW15

There’s no mistaking Amsterdam-based illustrator Parra’s graphic imagery, and Rockwell by Parra is back in full force with a selection of fresh new streetwear for AW15. The graphically driven collection features many classic staples including tees, hoodies and hats for the cooler season with both printed and embroidered imagery throughout. Feature


10 Deep :: New arrivals

10 Deep :: New arrivals

Looking at silhouettes, patterns and washes from the 90’s as inspiration, 10 Deep have recently dropped some fresh new arrivals for their summer offering. With a particular highlight being their sports inspired messier jersey, the brand’s signature application of print is apparent through classic clean bold type throughout. Feature


Joyrich AW15

Joyrich AW15

LA streetwear brand Joyrich has dropped some exciting new print focused pieces for their upcoming AW15 collection. Featuring abstract all-over patterns alongside bold graphics and type, the brand blend a range of styles to showcase a ‘retro-future’ aesthetic. Feature


Bad Bunch NYC X Kiesza

Bad Bunch NYC X Kiesza

New York brand Bad Bunch NYC has proudly announced musician / digital artist Keisza has stepped in as guest creative director for their pre fall collection titled ‘Select Surrealism.’ Exploring patterns and textiles products indicate abstract detailing, heavy prints and a sportswear aesthetic across both men’s and womenswear. Feature


Jump From Paper :: She’s Electric

Jump From Paper :: She’s Electric

No these aren’t fun illustrations of rainbow coloured accessories they’re the real thing! Playful Taiwanese brand Jump From Paper makes accessories like you’ve never seen before and was founded in 2010 by best friends / designer duo Chay and Rika. With signature colourful and quirky products the brand encourage people to let their imagination run wild and live by the philosophy ‘Why take everything so serious.’ Recently dropping their limited edition offering titled ‘She’s Electric’ the pair merge childhood loves of cartoons and comics with time spent drawing and studying graphic design to source inspiration for the collection. Feature


ZANROBE :: Project A

ZANROBE :: Project A

ZANROBE are a fashion brand hailing from Australia, best known for their trackie bottoms. As the brand have expanded ‘Project A’ is an elevated limited edition contribution from the Zanrobe collection that offers an ‘un-compromising self-indulgent’ definitive design vision. Project A’s AW15 collection sees clean and tapered pieces in contrast to super nice abstract monochrome print based patterns. Feature


Lazy Oaf :: AW15

Lazy Oaf :: AW15

Lazy Oaf never fail to deliver on the print front and their offering for Autumn is as exciting and fun loving as ever. This time round graphics are inspired by brainwashing propaganda, 90’s sitcoms and horror movies and is available to buy now. Feature


Publish Brand :: Space Camp

Publish Brand :: Space Camp

Hailing from California, Publish Brand strives to deliver premium, timeless products and ideas that transcend the realms of art and fashion. Drawing focus towards utilitarian, yet refined premium outerwear, denim, tees, accessories and cut & sew pieces Publish Brand’s garments have a structured and contemporary aesthetic. Their most recent collection titled ‘Space Camp’ is inspired by the mystery and fascination beyond our planet and embraces ‘comfort, durability, mobility and forward technology.’ Consisting of full zip and anorak hooded jackets alongside matching bottoms, each set sports a unique 3M pattern speckled throughout to enhance a futuristic look and feel that ‘represents the light years that separate each planet in the universe.’ Feature


Burberry Prorsum

Burberry Prorsum

I have a thing for paisley prints and was in awe when I saw the recent release from Burberry Prorsum. Merging high fashion with street wear aesthetics the AW15 all over print quilted jackets are inspired by the quilts of Durham (England) and come in classic red and navy colourways. Feature


Primitive X PacSun :: Bloom

Primitive X PacSun :: Bloom

American skatewear brand Primitive has recently joined forces with Californian retailer PacSun for a new menswear collection titled ‘Bloom.’ Following an appropriate monochrome colour scheme, the range features over printed florals embodying themes of light / dark seasonal changes from when the first signs of autumn appear and summer vibrancy still remains. Feature


Kaywan Kwok

Kaywan Kwok

Kaywan Kwok is an illustrator / designer currently based in Hong Kong. Currently working on an exciting new project, Kayan has been making a poster each day and will continue to do so until she reaches her goal of 365 days. Focusing on surreal backgrounds as she puts pieces together from different times and places, Kayan’s inspiration routes from a fascination with American advertising from the 1920’s – 60’s alongside classic vintage pin up references with graphic contemporary twists. Feature


Rascals :: SS15

Rascals :: SS15

Copenhagen based brand Rascals offering for the current season is as fresh as ever highlighting clean staples, bold block colour and typographic prints. Continuing to reinterpret inspiration from 90’s athletic wear, this season sees the brand merge this focus with everyday movement and commuting in the city. Feature


CLOT :: SS15 New arrivals

CLOT :: SS15 New arrivals

CLOT is a lifestyle / fashion brand / retailer based in Hong Kong that was established in 2003 and ventured out to start dropping their own line of products in 2004. With new arrivals for the current season featuring print pattern and unique details throughout, their recent offerings are based around the concept of ‘judging a book by it’s cover’ inviting audiences to take a deeper look at the individual rather then relying on first impressions. Feature


Rapha :: Mondial

Rapha :: Mondial

Last week acclaimed cycling focused sportswear and lifestyle brand Rapha dropped the first issue of their new magazine titled Mondial.
To be published twice a year, the brand explained ‘The vast majority of the content we create as a brand is published exclusively online, as primarily a members magazine, Mondial will allow us to share our ambitions for the sport of road cycling with our most engaged customers in a beautiful and tactile way.’ Feature


10 Deep :: VCTRY :: Summer 2015

10 Deep :: VCTRY :: Summer 2015

10 Deep’s sportswear offshoot VCTRY has recently dropped their offering for the current season. Blending classic Americana and a vintage sportswear aesthetic they’re onto a winner as we see contemporary prints and type embellished across considered pieces. Feature


Valentino :: AW15

Valentino :: AW15

Back with the new collection which famously featured Derek Zoolander and Hansel, Valentino has dropped the look book (shot by the iconic David Bailey) showcasing their offering for AW15. Revealing bold block colours and a range of patterned print across traditional menswear silhouettes, the collection will be available to buy soon. Feature


IUTER SS16 :: Collection preview

IUTER SS16 :: Collection preview

IUTER is a premium sportswear brand that was founded in 2002. Recently dropping a preview of their upcoming summer 2016 collection, their offering takes inspiration from nature and its strengths in the form of the 4 elements (fire, water, wind and earth) each of which have been translated to 4 different prints titled Dune, Thunder, Wave and Volcano. The main pattern of the collection is the result of photographic prints breakdown and the developing of a color palette inspired by Earth tones. Classic materials such as cotton and jacquard are juxtaposed with innovative processes and fabrics, including dye sublimation printing, heat welding and hi-tech Majocchi textiles. Feature


Vans X Eley Kishimoto

Vans X Eley Kishimoto

Considered ‘the patron saints of print’ Eley Kishimoto is a British design label that lives by the maxim ‘print the world’ and gained a reputation for incisive and intelligent print design with their craftsmanship gracing catwalks worldwide as they collaborated with some of fashions biggest brands. Recently joining forces with Vans for a print heavy, graphic capsule collection, the collaboration highlights a selection of Eley Kishimoto’s most famous compositions on iconic Vans silhouettes across footwear, apparel and accessories. Feature


ICNY :: Summer capsule collection

ICNY :: Summer capsule collection

We always have our eye on reflective focused sportswear brand ICNY, and as always we were super excited to see their latest offering. Compromised of fresh and functional warm weather essentials for the current season, the brand’s new capsule collection reworks patterned graphics from their spring collection rendered in bright whites, mint green and cool greys. Staying true to the brand’s focus on being seen, 3M reflective elements are strategically found throughout with each piece ensuring 360-degree visibility during low light activities for the wearer. The capsule collection is designed, inspired by, and aimed to compliment the brand’s sophomore footwear collaboration with Puma. Feature


COMME des GARÇONS :: Embossed wallets

COMME des GARÇONS :: Embossed wallets

COMME des GARÇONS have brought back their popular wallets for the summer season, sporting metallic gold and silver colourways alongside some more subtle brown and black options. The range boasts a beautiful embossed pattern (complete with logo) onto the entire leather upper of the pieces and if you got the cash they’re without a doubt a must have! Feature


UNITED ARROWS :: 25th anniversary

UNITED ARROWS :: 25th anniversary

In celebration of their 25th birthday, Japanese retailer UNITED ARROWS feature Keith Haring’s iconic designs in a fresh new range. Channelling iconic imagery of the 80’s in NYC visuals explore birth, death, sexuality and war across totes, pouches, sleeves and drawstrings with each bag made from durable canvas. With prices starting at an affordable $21 they’re available to snap up now! Feature


Matt Manson X Stronger Than All

Matt Manson X Stronger Than All

Pattern pioneer Matt Manson is always up to something exciting and we couldn’t wait to hear about his latest collaboration with Cheltenham-based Stronger Than All. This handmade leather goods company was established by established by two brothers. Having learnt the craft from their father, they have continued to produce high quality, ethically sourced organic leather products which compliment Matt’s work perfectly. Feature


ONLY NY | Great Summer Graphics

ONLY NY | Great Summer Graphics

What ONLY NY are offering for summer has really caught my eye, with a proper nice selection of illustrative graphic prints. The imagery reflects NY sports and lifestyles, alongside weekend fishing trips – they’re onto a winner with this one! Feature


Kiko Kostadinov X Stussy

Kiko Kostadinov X Stussy

Having previously worked on a collaboration alongside Stussy and SHOWstuido, CSM student Kiko Kostadinov has joined forces with the streetwear giants once again, this time for a full capsule collection. Created exclusively for Dover Street Market, the collection highlights iconic Stussy staples alongside Kiko’s signature shredded and layered aesthetic. Feature


Pharrell Williams X Adidas Originals :: Dear Baes

Pharrell Williams X Adidas Originals :: Dear Baes

Joining forces once again, Pharrell and Adidas Originals introduce their new women’s collection scandalously titled ‘Dear Baes.’ With a heavy focus on print, the collection sports Pharrell’s signature polka dots alongside a more detailed line work print across tees, crops, skirts, leggings and shorts. Feature


Zanerobe :: SS15 ‘Global movement campaign’

Zanerobe :: SS15 ‘Global movement campaign’

Zanerobe is a menswear brand that came from brash beginnings and grew to be a confident global brand of today. Mixing fashion and core essentials the brands inspiration routes in ‘a hectic lifestyle of festivals, beats, travel, friends, street and surf.’ Recently presenting their SS15 campaign entitled ‘Global movement’ the brand have enlisted 18 insta creative and photographers from 18 different cities to showcase their personal style wearing piece from the collection. Feature


Shoop X Massage

Shoop X Massage

Founded in 2011 Shoop is a Madrid based sportswear brand with an urban and sophisticated edge. Next month sees Shoop join forces with Japanese underground street culture Magazine Massage, drawing inspiration from both music and Japanese culture to form a capsule collection focusing heavily on typographic prints. Feature


Slam Jam X Carhartt WIP

Slam Jam X Carhartt WIP

Slam Jam and Carhartt WIP head towards to the launch of their 4th ‘Boom Town Slickers’ collaborative drop and were hyped to see their amazing reworked bandana print featured throughout. Compromised of classic red and black colourways the fantastic print is featured across shirts, shorts, bandanas bags and buckets. Feature


A Cut above :: ‘Young and Restless”

A Cut above :: ‘Young and Restless”

A Cut Above are a street wear brand hailing from Belgium. Recently dropping their offering for summer 2015, the ‘Young and Restless’ collection boasts a nice selection of typographic prints inspired by early 90’s hip hop and skate magazines. Feature


Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas is a freelance illustrator based in Vilnus, Lithuania that works in the realms of advertising, animation and graphic design. With a textural approach to both surreal and realistic imagery, Karlos’ clever concepts and compositions are truly stunning. Portfolio highlights have to be his architectural pieces and deep atmospheric colour combinations. Feature


Made in Paradise :: Junk in the Trunk

Made in Paradise :: Junk in the Trunk

Established in Hong Kong by childhood friends Maurice Maghnagi and Vishal Sani, Made in Paradise was formed to introduce urban inspired swimwear that appeal to the style and sensibilities of their youth. With bold print being a huge signature for their aesthetic, each piece holds a unique story, memory or visuals associated with teenage ‘growing pains.’ Their 2015 offering ‘Junk in the Trunk’ pays homage to food being a fundamental part of our everyday lives, and the all consuming ‘food porn’ on social media serving testimony to this. Be it their favourite dingy dim sum diner, or memories from a food fight at a late night burger shack, the collections certainly not about fine dining and packed with vibrant fun. Feature


Visvim :: Handwork

Visvim :: Handwork

We’ve always had a lot of time for Japanese brand Visvim for both their intricate and beautifully considered prints to the construction of their garments, and their new project ‘handwork’ has blown us away. Straying away from the mass production mainstream, the brand indicate what true innovators they are, crafting one of a kind pieces highlighting hand-drawing and paint applications throughout. Feature


Charlotte Molas

Charlotte Molas

Charlotte Molas is an illustrator hailing from France with a particularly special portfolio. Translating a beautiful observation and application of texture throughout her work, Charlotte’s imagery reflects vintage posters in aesthetic with a contemporary conceptual twist be it twerking, smooching or TLC. Feature


MCM ‘Bionic’ Collection

MCM ‘Bionic’ Collection

German born distinguished high-end leather goods purveyors MCM have dropped a particularly exciting collection for pre-fall 2015. Staying true to there beliefs in being an ever changing brand with reinvention being a constant, the new ‘Bionic’ collection takes inspiration from the future as they reinterpret classic pieces through a three-dimensional printing process. Great stuff. Feature


Liberty X New Era :: SS15

Liberty X New Era :: SS15

This month sees iconic London store Liberty join forces with New Era for the spring and summer seasons. Utilising classic Liberty floral prints throughout, the collection highlights hats, tees and shirts and is set to drop throughout the month. Feature


ICNY X Monkey Time :: Capsule collection

ICNY X Monkey Time :: Capsule collection

People of Print faves ICNY have recently teamed up with Japanese menswear speciality shop Monkey Time for an exciting new capsule collection. Merging ICNY’s signature reflective elements alongside Monkey Time’s casual aesthetics, classic ICNY patterns are embossed on all white garments that stay true to the UNITED ARROWS sub-brand’s minimal approach. Providing fashionably functional pieces the collection is definitely a winner and is available to buy now. Feature


J'ai rencontré la femme de mes rêves from Carlin Diaz on Vimeo.

Carlin Diaz

Currently based in Paris, Carlin Diaz works as a freelance animator / animation film director, illustrator and graphic designer often dabbling in print. With a heavy focus regarding shapes (be they organic or geometric) Carlin strives to visualize how forms can best be represented graphically though an array of textures and colours. Feature


Clayton Cotterell

Clayton Cotterell

Clayton Cotterell is a photographer based in Portland and is currently represented by Ampersand Gallery. Having exhibited internationally Clayton has worked with an impressive body of clients including Nike, Adidas, Urban Outfitters, Air BnB, Esquire (Russia) and Bloomberg Business Week to name afew. With a portfolio demonstrating both graphic and documentary like photography in deep hues with unexpected rainbows I can’t get enough of Claytons amazing work! Feature


Minotaur X JAXA :: SS15

Minotaur X JAXA :: SS15

Japanese brand Minotaur has recently teamed up with Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for a very exciting SS15 collaboration. Focused on outwear that reflects the brand’s heavy focus on structured traditional clothing, the collection is compromised of a deck parka and climbing jacket with each outer shell sporting amazing prints sourced from JAXA’s incredible satellite imagery. Feature


P.A.M :: SS15 “PSY ACTIVE MUTATION”

P.A.M :: SS15 “PSY ACTIVE MUTATION”

Ozzie brand Perks and Mini are best known for their offbeat psychedelic aesthetic and their latest menswear offering certainly isn’t shy! Featuring all-over prints alongside bold type and colour combinations the “PSY ACTIVE MUTATION” collection isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd. Feature


Tomas Laar

Tomas Laar

Still currently studying, Tomas Laar is a graphic designer based in Rotterdam and without a doubt one to watch and expect big things from. With an amazing talent for type and shape based imagery, Tomas’ website is an absolute pleasure to browse through demonstrating an eagerness to experiment with a range of materials, outputs and processes. Feature


Luca Tombolini

Luca Tombolini

Luca Tombolini is a photographer hailing from Milan that focuses on developing large-scale prints, landscapes and life scenes throughout his portfolio. With a wonderful colour pallet throughout his work, Luca’s memorizing imagery featuring deserts is a personal favourite. Routing from an early interest this selection of imagery acts as a mirror concerning his thoughts on time space and existent and how we should consider ourselves in relation to the big entity we are a part of. Feature


Chris Arundel

Chris Arundel

Chris Arundel is a London based designer who work spreads across illustration, animation and murals. With a signature tactile hand-rendered aesthetic, Chris plays with simple outlines and bold block colours. Only graduating last year were looking forward to things to come and have a particular fondness of his flash art icon illustrations Feature


Lazy Oaf | A FUN Project

Lazy Oaf | A FUN Project

People of Print faves Lazy Oaf are currently exhibiting at Pick Me Up with a super exciting project titled “A FUN Project” … Apathetic, Funny, Ugly, but Nice. Teaming up with a selection of influential artists (including Kyle Platts, Jack Sachs, Jiro Bevis, Dominic Kesterton, Alexander Medel Calderon and Yoko Honda) the collaboration sees the artists work applied to a range of iconic Lazy Oaf garms that play with the boundaries of illustration and fashion to form an interactive surreal world – be sure to check it out. Feature


Pawel Mildner

Pawel Mildner

Pawel Mildner is an illustrator that lives and works in Wroclaw, Poland. With a keen interest in print, often self publishing his work, Pawel splits his time between personal and commissioned pieces. With a portfolio demonstrating clean crisp screen and riso prints alongside textural paintings and drawings Pawel’s colourful playful imagery demonstrates a unique observation of shape, narrative and form. Feature


Daily Paper :: SS15 Del 2

Daily Paper :: SS15 Del 2

Amsterdam based brand Daily Paper are back with the 2nd drop of their SS15 collection. For their amazing look book the brand have traveled back the city that sourced their inspiration, that city being Morocco. Stylish prints provide reference to their refined motivation of pre-Arab inhabitants of North Africa throughout. Feature


John Lusis

John Lusis

John Lusis is a photographer based in Chicago. I’m a sucker for architectural imagery and John’s portfolio does not disappoint with his current work focusing on small midwestern cities. Concerning this subject, John’s imagery observes how over times these environments often become outdated with many trying to transcend the old while still illuminating the outmoded. Feature


10 Deep :: Spring del 2

10 Deep :: Spring del 2

Never failing to deliver a wide selection of prints throughout their collections, 10 Deep have recently dropped the 2nd offering of their spring collection. Shot on a clean plain backdrop, the collection features a range of styles in bluey grey tones and will be available to buy soon. Feature


Redman X Mighty Healthy :: 420

Redman X Mighty Healthy :: 420

Iconic rapper and blazer Redman has teamed up with Mighty Healthy to drop a new capsule collection titled ‘the High Standard’ just in time for 420. Celebrating the relationship between hip-hop and weed culture the collection applies bold graphics and prints throughout. Feature


JangoJim

JangoJim

JangoJim is a self-taught artist hailing from Antwerp, Belgium that works in the realms of illustration, comics, cartoons, animation murals and art direction for clients including Vice, Converse and Glitch magazine. With a design philosophy communicating his beliefs in honesty, original ideas, humour, learning by doing and doing what you love JangoJim’s portfolio is a delight to browse though full of fun bold graphic imagery is inspired by comics, arcade games, 20’s jazz music, freak shows and fairgrounds. Feature


Sansovino 6 :: SS15 SOTO editorial

Sansovino 6 :: SS15 SOTO editorial

Berlin boutique SOTO recently dropped their latest editorial and I had to share! Featuring a range of printed goodness from Milan based brand Sansovino 6 the editorial highlights soft textures and bold graphics throughout the SS15 collection. Feature


J SONA

J SONA

J SONA is a 23 year old designer and photographer hailing from Hull inspired by travel cultures and urban environments. Recently dropping an amazing new photo zine showcasing images from his travels to Morocco, Spain, London and Amsterdam over 2014 J SONA is fresh new talent well worth keeping an eye on. Feature


Nonnative

Nonnative

Nonnative is a Japanese menswear label that draws inspiration from military, work and outdoor wear, taking elements from each and retooling them to form a clean structured and casual aesthetic. With spring underway the brand have recently dropped a matching shirt and trouser combo, a must see crafted from stunning Liberty fabric. Feature


Supreme X Stone Island :: SS15

Supreme X Stone Island :: SS15

Fashion giants Stone Island and Supreme have teamed up for SS15 to create an amazing capsule collection. Consisting of jackets, hats and a long sleeve tee the collection highlights an incredible all-over paisley print across 2 colourways. Feature


Alexander Medel Calderón

Alexander Medel Calderón

Alexander Medel Calderón is a Santiago based illustrator / designer and definitely a new favourite find. Creating playful bold imagery rendered with bold outlines, Alexander’s work gives a contemporary graphic twist to wordart like type through primary colours. Feature


Marek Wykowski

Marek Wykowski

Initially looking at photography as a hobbie, Marek Wykowski is a self taught photographer currently based in Poland. Focusing deeply on composition, natural light and rich tonality to document real life Marek works by his belief that ‘if you have the patience to look for the right scene you’ll be rewarded with great pictures.’ Feature


Brownbreath :: SS15

Brownbreath :: SS15

Brownbreath are a streetwear imprint hailing from South Korea. Recently dropping their look book for SS15 titled ‘High & Low’ the brand introduce a collection inspired by the existence of social hierarchy in today’s world infused with a street aesthetic and a nice range of typographic prints. Feature


Tim Easley

Tim Easley

Tim Easley is a self taught Illustrator / designer that likes to work with hand-drawn type, bright colours and bold lines in the realms of print, editorial, web and branding. Based in London, Tim’s signature ‘uniquely imaginative’ imagery bursts with playful narrative and makes you want to crawl into his head for a day. Working with clients including Adidas, Asos, The BBC, Etsy, Diamond Skate co, New Balance, Nike, Puma and Vodaphone, (literally to name just AFEW) Tim’s imagery is without a doubt making a colourful mark on the world, and we can’t wait to see what he has up his sleeve next. Feature


Michael Rudd

Michael Rudd

Michael Rudd is a self-taught photographer hailing from Canada that lived in Hong Kong and London before settling where he is currently based in New York. With a truly stunning portfolio, Michael’s imagery observes and documents both people and urban landscapes pleasurably translating colour, shape and form in an often almost eerie atmosphere. Feature


Mårten Lange X Études Studio :: SS15 collab

Mårten Lange X Études Studio :: SS15 collab

Based in both Paris and New York, Études Studio was established in 2012 and works as a collective to design contemporary men’s fashion and artists books whilst offering there creative services to potential clients. Teaming up once again with Swedish artist Mårten Lange, the partnership have dropped a fresh new capsule collection for SS15. Utilizing multiple patterns from Mårten’s work for Marchina and Crows, the collection applies all-over monochrome graphics across tees, shirts, shorts trousers and crewnecks. Feature


Print Club London :: Lost and Found

Print Club London :: Lost and Found

Print Club London are excited to present an exclusive exhibition to mark the re-launch of their fantastic Print Club Gallery located in the heart of Dalston. Titled ‘Lost and Found’ the show will bring together a diverse collective of Print Club artists from varying backgrounds showcasing a selection of illustrative and print based maps. That’s not all, if the concept of the show isn’t already exciting enough it gets even better, featured artist Dave Buonaguidi has produced a unique limited edition of 7 screen printed original Bank of England £1 notes exclusive to the show. With the help of 7 influential London landmarks Print Club will be hiding the notes in various locations for you to find for your chance to win 4 workshop tickets worth £200. Feature


Huf :: Spring del 2

Huf :: Spring del 2

With a look book set at the racetracks, San Fran OG’s Huf have recently introduced the 2nd delivery of their offering for spring. Featuring a range of both simple typographic and bold all over prints that range from floral to detailed and graphic, as per the collection is set to be a winner and will be available to get your hands on soon. Feature


Janne Kokkonen

Janne Kokkonen

Janne Kokkonen is an illustrator hailing from Northern Finland and currently based in Barcelona. Building imagery from bold shapes and block colour, Janne’s incredibly striking portfolio demonstrates his mean eye for composition leading him to work with clients including ZEIT magazine, Aura Division and METAL magazine. Feature


Pawel Fabjanski

Pawel Fabjanski

Pawel Fabjanski is a photographer based in Poland represented by 2 agencies, those being SHOOTME (Poland) and TAKE (Italy.) With his work inspired by cinema, literature and urban styles (mixing street art, comic and pop culture) Pawel’s conceptual approach to imagery is truly stunning. Feature


ICNY :: SS15 Del 2

ICNY :: SS15 Del 2

Inspired by growing up in the mid 90’s ICNY have dropped the 2nd delivery of their SS15 look book. Featuring a number of new products including crushable caps, breathable mesh vests and shorts, the collection highlights their signature typographic prints referencing bold primary colours amongst pale greys. Feature


Raised By Wolves :: SS15

Raised By Wolves :: SS15

Canadian streetwear imprint Raised By Wolves recently dropped the first preview images of their upcoming offering for SS15. Featuring a nice selection of both patterned and typographic prints in mostly monochrome the collection will be available to buy later this week. Feature


PUTPUT

PUTPUT

PUTPUT is an interdisciplinary Swiss / Danish artist duo established in 2011 and currently based in Copenhagen. Operating in the intersection where photography, styling, art and design meet, PUTPUT’s contemporary approach to imagery acts as both a response to their immediate surroundings and sculptural printed illustrations for commissions. Feature


VFILES Sport Plus

VFILES Sport Plus

Fashion based social media site VFILES has recently dropped the AW15 look book from their in-house line VFILES Sport Plus. Reflecting their sportswear inclinations, the collection aims to make sports clothing fun and whimsical featuring both typographic and bold graphic prints. Feature


10 Deep :: Spring del 1

10 Deep :: Spring del 1

Never failing impress and give us a fresh selection of all-over prints throughout their collections, 10 Deep take it back to the late 90’s / early 2000’s with the first delivery of their spring collection. With inspiration routing from the era alongside American workwear and hunting gear, the collection features a selection of NASCAR themed pieces with contrasting bold and muted colour tones drawing focus towards denim. Feature


Jeremie Fischer

Jeremie Fischer

Jeremie Fischer is a French illustrator hailing from Strasbourg. With a portfolio demonstrating a wide array of beautifully composed colourful imagery and print based projects he’s certainly well worth keeping your eye on. Feature


Joseph Veazey

Joseph Veazey

Starting his career at Adult Swin, Joseph Veazey relocated to New York in 2012 where he is currently based, working on a variety of freelance projects and assisting Azede Jean-Pierre with the launch of her fashion label serving as art director. Joseph’s incredible portfolio boats a brilliant sense of humour applied through a wide range of beautifully considered print based projects. Feature


Valentino :: ‘Camupsychedelic’

Valentino :: ‘Camupsychedelic’

Juxtaposing the theory of camouflage, Valentino’s recent drop for SS15 couldn’t be more striking. Their new ‘Camupsychedelic’ collection us inspired by psychedelic artwork of the 1960’s boasting a range of colourful camo jackets, crewnecks, shirts, shorts, baggage, footwear and accessories. Feature


Stussy X Champion :: Spring 15

Stussy X Champion :: Spring 15

Streetwear icons Stussy have recently teamed up with classic American sportswear brand Champion for a bold collection this spring. Presenting the Kings warm up jacket and Kings hockey jersey the primary coloured pieces are available to buy now. Feature


Margaret Thompson

Margaret Thompson

Margaret Thompson is a photographer that lives and works in Montreal, Quebec. Winning a selection of awards including the PDNedu and Applied Arts photography awards, Margaret’s work gives a beautiful insight into a time and place, from rural landscapes to bull fights and swimmers. Feature


Minotaur :: ‘Camo Check’ M-65 jacket

Minotaur :: ‘Camo Check’ M-65 jacket

Minotaur is a Japanese brand inspired by the reexamination of the timeless elements of traditional clothing that focus heavily on stitching and quality. Recently dropping a particularly notable offering in terms of print, the brand have released their ‘Camo Check’ M-65 jacket sporting a unique blend of printed textiles. Feature


Edith Carron

Edith Carron

Edith Carron is a French illustrator currently based in Berlin. Directing her focus towards print-based and animated projects. Created through pencil crayons, Edith’s illustrations are bright, playful, tactile and (in the words of It’s Nice That) ‘socially-conscious and mischievous.’ Leading her to work with clients including The New York Times, Zeit Campus Magazin, Le Chocolat de Français and Art Future to name afew, we can’t wait to see what she has up her sleeve next. Feature


ICNY :: SS15

ICNY :: SS15

Brooklyn based ‘reflective apparel pioneer’ ICNY has unveiled their ever fresh and functional latest offering for SS15 as the brand expands to broaden their seasonal collections. Featuring t-shirts, shorts and accessories (all of which are of course reflective) the collection highlights a mixture of bold typographic and geometric prints. Feature


Sarah Smart

Sarah Smart

Sarah Smart is a London based illustrator who’s traditional meet’s contemporary ‘fashiony’ style of illustration has lead her to work with an impressive body of clients including Harvey Nichols, Carven and the W Hotel. I was lucky enough to catch up with her about her work, eager to find out more about her outlook on contemporary fashion illustration. Feature


Lazy Oaf :: SS15

Lazy Oaf :: SS15

If you’ve read Print Isn’t Dead Element 002, you will see that we were lucky enough to catch up with Lazy Oaf and find out how their sketches are translated into final products, now spring is here it’s finally time to see what they have to offer for the new season. To be released in a series of drops, Lazy Oaf will be introducing signature unapologetic colour palettes exploring the studio’s fascination with all things edible, giving groceries a graphic refresh and exploring snack culture symbols. But that’s not all there’s repeat print goodness referencing ceramic shelf life alongside their take on classic portraiture and a 3D puff print –with the first drop of the season available to buy now. Feature


Lark Foord

Lark Foord

There’s not much information out there about Los Angeles based photographer Lark Foord, but there’s 2 things I do know, he takes AMAZING photos and most definitely likes cars. Feature


Puzzleman Leung

Puzzleman Leung

Hailing from Maco, Puzzleman Leung is a photographer currently based in Taipei. Puzzleman’s portfolio is engaging to browse through full of surprises bursting with personality, bright colours, narrative and bold composition, a highlight being his gorgeous self-published books. Feature