30 October 2014
28 October 2014
27 October 2014
Nishant Choksi has filled this New York Times bestseller to the brim with smart but simple illustrations in every chapter, bringing to life and adding a new perspective to the concepts discussed in the book. 'How Google Works' is written by the masterminds behind Google and picks their brains about how to succeed in a digital marketplace.
24 October 2014
Simon Spilsbury was invited by the ad agency Souk to come in and jazz up their workspace a little, so he created this wild, Hunter S Thompson-esque scene, full of wild journeys to celebrate Souks' specialism in travel.
23 October 2014
A new set of tins featuring beautiful artwork by Clare Melinsky have been released by the Fine Cheese Company. We're sure the toffee apple and hazlenut buscuits inside are delicious, but we think they're overshadowed by Clare's vibrant and warm depictions of British wildlife foraging in Autumnul landscapes. These tins are for life, not just for buiscuits.
22 October 2014
Le Gun have a new show opening today at the Cafe De Flore in Paris, they have recreated the lost hangout of the surrealist group Le Calmar Noir (The Black Squid). The immersive experience transforms drawn elements into three dimensions in their trademark black and white and seamless collective vision. Open until 31st October.
21 October 2014
Lesley Buckingham has been bringing a sense of Gothic malice to the usually cheery Waitrose Magazine with these eerie crow illustrations. Horror season is on its way!
20 October 2014
Chris Brown has been quietly toiling away at a book these past few months which reflects upon his life travelling around the country along roads less travelled. No stone is left unturned in this portrait of the unsung corners of the British Isles. You can follow his progress on his facebook page here.
17 October 2014
Jakob Hinrichs brings his signature surrealism and chaos to an article in L'Express, a French weekly news magazine, discussing the successes of French authors around the world. I for one would LOVE to read a novel written by a blue French elephant in spectacles.
16 October 2014
Congratulations to Harriet Russel, who was selected as a winner at the recent AOI awards in the Research and knowledge communication category for her work with COOP, Italy. Her clear, concise and cheerful illustration helps to explain ideas about sustainable living to school children as part of the Sapere COOP project.