30 September 2014
Telegramme has taken a break from making gig posters to turn his hand to a little book cover. The publisher went for a slightly different colour option in the end, but we love both. The dolls house like design brings to mind a murder mystery or could even be a poster for Hitchcock's Rear Window with his trademark mid-century feel.
29 September 2014
Maria Raymondsdotter created these odd little shapes as part of a huge collaborative print (called a mandala) organised by inkdotprints to raise money for Kids Company. The private view will be held at the Station Kitchen in Bristol on the 24th October.
We've also recently updated Maria's portfolio with lots of new work! A good time for a look as any we think!
26 September 2014
Paul Hollywood, the heart throb of British housewives nationwide has released a new book entitled 'British Baking'. Jeremy Sancha's beautiful illustrations, full of rich textures and deep earthy tones, grace the introduction pages of each chapter with a scene from each corner of our fair green isle.
25 September 2014
24 September 2014
Look out for a bumper crop of CIA illustrators in the new issue of Illustration Now! The fifth installment of the annual published by Taschen features a selection of the top illustrators, new and old, from around the world, so it's a joy to see the agency represented so strongly within its pages. Well done everyone.
23 September 2014
Paul Slater has an exhibition coming up at 1830 Gallery at the Artworks in Halifax. Sadly he's robbed us of a beautiful painting that's been hanging in the office to put in the show, which shall be sorely missed. But it'll be a great show of paintings and drawings from the past 30 years of an outstanding career including new pieces created especially for the exhibition. The show opens on the 28th September and runs until the 9th November.
22 September 2014
Some lovely little spot illustrations by Matt Taylor in this months Men's Health Magazine illustrating an article about Iron Man style workouts to do during your lunch break... well... each to their own!
19 September 2014
We've spotted this hilarious illustration by Nishant Choski on the New Yorker website this week and are constantly in awe of how much expression he's able to coax out of the smallest brushstroke. Less is absolutely more! Keep an eye out for Nishants regular weekly feature in the Guardian Weekend Supplement, out tomorrow. It'll definitely be worth the trip to the newsagents before brekkie.
18 September 2014
Ulla Puggard has been working with The Girl Effect, a campaign working with young girls around the world to eradicate early childhood marriage, female genital mutilation and to improve education levels and status among young adolescent women and girls in poverty. She created this height chart for an exhibition alongside the photographer Stephanie Sinclair to illustrate the stages in these young girls lives, where many of them are married off as young as five years old. A great cause and a creative infographic solution to communication of ideas.
17 September 2014
Harriet Taylor Seed has been working on a series of illustrations for a limited edition collection of Febreeze spray cans, based on different Autumnal scents. The illustrations summon up all sorts of smells, tastes and memories of a traditional American Fall.