10.30am
8 August 2017

A Garden Displayed

Alice Patullo has been in the rolling Yorkshire countryside at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, updating us all with treats from her installed exhibition 'Of House and Home'. For those who can't make it, we thought it was only fair to share some of the beautiful prints and artworks. This piece is titled 'A Garden Displayed'. See many more over here

10.30am
1 August 2017

Ncnéan Whisky

Arrrrr it's Charlotte Day's bespoke and luminous designs for Ncnéan Whisky created in delicated painterly layers of gouache. The Scottish distillery intending to release their first whiskey in 2020 will be using these designs in advertising and packaging identity, Distilled using only organic barley using 100% sustainable sources. The flora used in the illustration are all local to the distillery and reflect it's wild and beautiful location. 

10.30am
17 July 2017

Takes Two, To Mango

It take two to make a thing go ri-iiight. Actually it doesn't, it only takes one talented hand-drawn type artist (amongst other illustrative abilities) known as Sarah J Coleman or Inky Mole to get you all in a summery spin. Typography for Wild Bean cafe with TBWA Manchester for a tropical summer campaign. We'd like some of this mango business please!

10.30am
2 July 2017

Patterns for Print

Harriet Taylor Seed has been applying her decorative folk illustration to pattern designs for print. Inspired by the four seasons she had created four different textile designs that branch away from her slightly more refines work to create quirky cut out shapes. We love 'em and want them all please! Just in time for the early Autumn. 

 

 

10.30am
30 June 2017

Graphic Landscapes

It's always an adventure through graphic landscapes with Jessie Ford's cheerful and textured patterns. She's been busy juggling commissions with personal projects and as the weekend approaches, here's a packaging treat for you all to feel refreshed by. Let's bring back the good weather with some of these clean crisp summery vibes!

10.30am
22 June 2017

Orchid Land

Whooli Chen for ELLE Taiwan, June issue 2017. An editorial piece on illustrators’ homeland girls. Whooli's hometown is Yilan, a countryside on northeast Taiwan. The delicately painted illustration features Yilan’s local fruits and well-known orchids in this area. A truly charming insight into Whooli's world. 

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
8 May 2017

Rich List

Behold Rose Blake's cover illustration for a 16 page supplement inside The Sunday Times Magazine last weekend. The cover portrays an 'alternative rich list' compiled of 40 people (actually 42 as there are two couples) who are driven by something different- so rich from life and what they do for a living as opposed to just rich from money. What an outstanding array of interesting people - nice work Rose!

10.30am
5 May 2017

Green Goods

The wonderfully raw paint marks of illustrator Aitch sets the tone for the cover of the Green Kitchen cookbook. This latest publication by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl is said to already have a cult following for it's exciting vegetarian recipes. Unfortunately as it sometimes goes in the competative artistic world, the final publish favoured a photography route. Nonetheless, we think this wrap cover deserves to be laid out and shared for you all to sample. 

10.30am
2 May 2017

Wise Words

For a sensitive feature on teaching and our learning environment, Whooli Chen's insightful illustration has been paired harmoniously with some equally penetrative writing. As the author puts it: "The unexpected education we receive, the experiential moments we remember with friends, teachers, parents, siblings, colleagues are all reminders that emotions and experiences are powerful catalysts for learning, connecting, and even healing.”

 

Featured in The Choate Rosemary Hall Bulletin school alumni magazine.