12.00pm
22 July 2014

Raising a toast to Royal Mile Whiskey

After a visit to the Royal Mile Whiskey shop in Edinburgh (which, as far as meetings go, seems a pretty damn good place to have one), Sarah J Coleman went home to design a new identity and bottle labels for the shop and their distillery. She came up with these elegant, personalised typographic pieces, and then wrote a lovely blog post about her creative process. Cheers!

Sarah J Coleman Whiskey

12.05pm
21 July 2014

Quality, style and Heritage for Brooks.

Ulla Puggard has created some new illustrations for the historical bicycle saddle manufactrer Brooks. A truly 'Made in England' commission for a very international illustrator.

 

 

Ulla Puggard Brooks

2.31pm
18 July 2014

Members Only

Rose Blake has done a series of illustrations for The Gaucho Club, famous for it's celebrity membership and extensive art collection. We're enjoying the little bit of CIA/family meta illustration going on with her little characters gathered around a piano painted by Sir Peter Blake.

rose blake gaucho

12.58pm
17 July 2014

Kai and Sunny's Latest book Jacket

The inimitable Kai and Sunny have another book jacket under their belt. They've most recently stamped their brand of monochrome magic on the Southern Reach Trilogy by Jeff Vandermeer. 'Authority' is the latest in the series to be released by Harper Collins.

Kai Sunny Authority

5.03pm
16 July 2014

Richard Wilkinson's been saving the Pandas

Richard has jut completed this piece for New Scientist magazine discussing whether to priotise conservation efforts for certain high risk species. We're not sure how these chaps got into this particular predicament but they might be in for a bit of a shock down at the Docks.

Richard Wilkinson New Scientist

3.33pm
16 July 2014

Telegramme at the races.

Telegramme has been commissioned by Dunlop to design a poster for an exhibition celebrating the history of Le Mans endurance race. Bobby brings back an air of style to the whole affair with a depiction of the race in 1924 when Dunlop secured their first ever win. The exhibition will be on for one day only at 71a galley on Leonard Street on 22nd July, from 6.30-9.30pm. Cheers.

Telegramme Dunlop

10.15am
10 July 2014

Behind the Scenes with Good Wives and Warriors

They say two heads are better than one, Becky and Louise of Good Wives and Warriors have made a couple of videos explaining just why that is. They're promoting a new book cover design they've completed for Random House for The Incarnations by Susan Barker. It's a beautiful piece... so come on in, put the kettle on, and meet the makers themselves.

 

Watch the videos here and here.

Good Wives and Warriors

9.54am
7 July 2014

New Work from Darren Hopes

We've popped up a few new pieces by Darren Hopes. In particular this piece commissioned by the Times T2 to illustrate a part of The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith, who is in fact not Robert Galbraith, but J.K.Rowling... confused? Well, all we know is there are no wizards in sight. We love the atmospheric, film-noir feel about the piece.

Darren Hopes

3.46pm
3 July 2014

Simon Spilsbury goes East to #Gowestandgetsome

As part of a campaign to promote Bristol as a global hotspot for tech industries and general marvellous place to live, Simon came all the way up to Shoreditch armed to the teeth with Sharpies to spread the gospel. He's a bit of a wizard at live drawing and we gather he drew in a bit of a crowd! The result was this incredible mural on the window of Cowling and Wilcox, which we have the pleasure of seeing every day on our way to and from the station! Thanks Simon! View a video of the event here.

Simon Spilsbury

11.00am
2 July 2014

Milky Tea Needs You!

Our Sultans of CGI, Milky Tea have set up a Kickstarter Campaign to help them fund a new computer game they've been working on, Coffin Dodgers has belidgerant grannies, Grim Reapers and pimped up mobility scooters all causing havoc in the quiet neighbourhood of Sunny Pines. You can donate anything from £5 to £4000+ in return for a plethora of amazing prizes, personally I'd love to see my own nanna immortalised in a game. 

 

Dig Deep!

Milky Tea