10.30am
25 May 2017

Yosemite

Martin Haake was recently commissioned to create a series of limited edition prints for Nature Bridge, a nonprofit educational foundation, providing hands-on environmental science programs in National Parks for 30,000 children and teens annually. The set of six limited edition Giclée prints, celebrating six of the National Park programs, were auctioned at their fundrasising Gala in San Francisco. The auction will raise awareness for NatureBridge and solicite additional funds for their student educational programs. Here is Martins illustration of Yosemite National Park!

 

10.30am
24 May 2017

Painted Queen

Harriet Taylor Seed produced this very charming cover of The Painted Queen for Little Brown Book Group Publishing. Harriet's unique hand crafted appeal feels fitting for this endearing story of travelling, adventure and mystery. 

 

 

10.30am
23 May 2017

John LeCarre

With grpahic cinematic flare his style sits firmly in poster art. With bold shading and dynamic imagery Matt Taylor knows how to interpret any narrative, film or title. This piece is from a recent project with Penguin Random House. Matt produced a series of cover artworks for a selection of titles and the upcoming memoir by John leCarre.

 

Art Direction: Paul Buckley, Richard Bravery, Samantha Johnson

 

10.30am
22 May 2017

Snack Pack

Get the full cinema experience with all its tatsy vintage hues and bold graphic shapes with Telegramme's latest poster series.. A playful combination of typography and image creating a delicious snack pack for everyone! Buy yours over here

10.30am
19 May 2017

Jakob Exhibits

Our favourite cookie monster and seriously talented artist Jakob Hinrichs is exhibiting his work in France...

 

"The Jakob Hinrichs exhibition, in partnership with the Franco-German Center for Provence, offers for the first time in France a broad overview of the artist's talent through the numerous preparatory drawings, sketches and original plates of his adaptations, but also Personal works and projects that remained unpublished in the hexagon, as his very nice contribution to the collective work A Graphic Cosmogony . The idea of ​​Jakob: revisit - nothing less - the myth of the creation of the world ... in 7 pages of course."

 

Find out more here.

10.30am
18 May 2017

The Taming of the Shrewd

We have a world full of digital apps that give you an answer in milliseconds and a brain overlaoded with funny cat videos - who better to turn to for a running commentary on our bizarre world than our very own Stephen Collins. We can't help but LOL at his shrewd genius. Here's a selection of some of our favourite comic strips for The Guardian Weekend. 

10.30am
17 May 2017

Consciousness

Richard Wilkinson has produced two illustrations for the cover of The New Scientist. This alternate illustration was produced for an issue about how scientists have found a new way to test for consciousness and have since found evidence of it in nearly all animals - including insects and molluscs. So we better think twice when swatting away mosquitoes from now on! See the final cover illustration in his portfolio

10.30am
16 May 2017

Faces

It's been a while since Lesley Buckingham showed off her portraiture skills. Her brush flourishes with ease and her pallettes create a subtle sense of depth. Delicate but definite - we're excited to see more!

 

10.30am
15 May 2017

Paper Made

Prolific portraiture artist Stan Chow has ventured into the fashion realms, extending his illustrations to full bodied and fully clad fashion icons. Commissioned by PaperMade you will find this cool gang advertising on the homepage of the website. 

10.30am
12 May 2017

Travelling Light

Jeff Fisher is famous for his unique painterly marks that create atsmosphere and texture. With such a timeless aesthetic it's no wonder he is so prolific in the publishing world. His latest cover is for campaigner, publisher and wanderer Alastair Sawday, who has spent his life travelling. En route he has unearthed a multitude of stories - stories of people ploughing their own furrows, of travellers' tales, stories from the 'front line' of his publishing, ruminations and reflections about places, people and ideas. In this deeply charming, erudite and spirited book, he shares his experiences and explores the value of travel. Published with Little, Brown