10.30am
4 August 2017

Family of Ducks

Possibly the most adorable looking TFL advertising ever to be seen. Following the success of her recent posters Rose Blake has illustrated the latest, art directed by VCCP. A badling of ducks making their way to hampstead pond!

10.30am
2 August 2017

Crafty Croc

Harriet Taylor Seed likes to challenge herself at her craft and in her creative skillset. Her most recent endeavour is entering her blanket designs for Slowdown Studio's competition and we've got our hands on some of the creatures that will feature on it! We know we'd want to be wrapping up and snuggling down with these fellas. Thanks Harriet!

10.30am
13 July 2017

MAIL CHIMP

Behold the bonkers Brosmind! There's noone quite like this creative duo - with a wild imagination and endless amounts of fun they've created these scenes to be used in advertising for MailChimp. Catch a photograph of the work in LA in situ as a large mural over here. So much colour!

10.30am
26 June 2017

Angels With Dirty Faces

Neal Fox currently has an exhibition in Paris titled Angels with Dirty Faces. Running from 24 June to 28 July get yourself along to The Gallery Suzanne Tarasieve.  Borrowing his title from an American detective film of 1938 (directed by Michael Curtiz), Angels with Dirty Faces exploits the strength of Indian ink and paper to revive the anthological figures of the counterculture (musical, artistic and literary). 

10.30am
9 June 2017

Chicken Crossing

Why did the chicken cross the road? Because TFL commissioned Nishant Choksi (among other CIA artists) to playfully light up their informative posters with some quick witted illustration. You can spot these all over London as you go about your daily business. 

10.30am
7 June 2017

A B C

Dust studio have been busy creating a chapter of illustration and design as part of their self initiated 'Abecedarium'. They're off to a flying start and have curated A, B and C and we are bloomin' excited to see what's next from this dynamic studio. Take a look and if you wish to receive the printed version please subscribe here – http://mickmarston.du.st/articles/subscribe/

 

 

10.30am
30 May 2017

Open To All

As we open the office doors with open arms to the summery weather, Alice Pattullo is preparing to open her exhibition 'Of House and Home' at The Yorkshire Sculpture ParkOf House and Home includes 60 new screen-printed editions, referencing Pattullo’s fascination with superstitions and folklore. The London-based illustrator and printmaker will re-create a home’s interior, focusing on elements of our everyday life, including a fireplace and mantelpiece, in YSP’s Upper Space gallery. The exhibition runs from June 17th - Spetember 17th so be sure to check it out.

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
5 May 2017

Swiss Lifestyle

Whooli Chen has once again wowed us with her delicacy and ethereal charm. Swiss magazine Schweizer Famile commissioned a beautiful scene on travelling, featuring a traditional rolling swiss landscape and sweet wheels. It would be hard not to resist booking tickets for this trip. 

10.30am
4 May 2017

London Zoo!

ELLO, ELLO, ELLO what have we here? Some rather cheeky chappies from charming folk illustrator Margaux Carpentier for London Zoo - be sure to spot her murals there too. She has such an individual style that sets her apart from other folk illustrators, crossing the boundaries of painting into the lands of graphic vectors - we can't get enough of these cute guys. Thanks Margaux, you've cheered us right up.