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
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

10.30am
10 May 2017

Sandcastle Adventures

If you're off on holiday soon in search of blue skies and better times you might spot Julene Harrison's paper cutting style illustrating 93 Days of Summer for 'Southwest' - the inflight magazine for Southwest Airlines. Time to get out the bucket and spade, we're feeling inspired. 

10.30am
3 May 2017

Mazza by Hazza

He's full of Cornish charm and we can almost smell the pasties - it's Harry Tennant again reminding us how much we love an escape to the seaside. From the craftsman himself, a beautiful two-colour screen print poster of St Michael's Mount in Marazion.

 

 

10.30am
30 March 2017

24 Hour Race

Starting this summer Gant is an official sponsor to the 24 hour race at Le Mans. Jonas Bergstrand's arresting artwork spans posters. graphics for badges and typography - to be included in the upcoming capsule collection that has been developed to accompany the sponsorship. We've treated you to a slick poster artwork but delve into his folio to see more pieces from this racey commission.

10.30am
29 March 2017

Mobile Library

Behold Telegramme's nostalgic beauty in this screenprint book cover for Mobile Library by David Whitehouse. Described as 'Quirky, dark, magical and full of heart, Mobile Library is both a tragicomic road trip and a celebration of the adventures that books can take us on. It's a love-letter to unlikely families and the stories that shaped us.' 

 

If you haven't already - take a look through Telegramme's folio - it's had a big spring time shake up. 

10.30am
14 March 2017

Charmer

Jonny Gibbs’ work has an untouchable charm and spans the publishing and editorial worlds, speckling magazines and books in numerous territories. 

There's so much to see in his rich body of work, Today we're sharing with you two pieces that sit so well together you'd have thought they were comissioned this way - part of the magic of his prints!

Titled : A Bend in The River & Piano Man.

 

 

10.30am
9 March 2017

Money Slot

If you happen to find yourself in the 'money' section of SAGA Magazine there is a monthly treat for readers from Telegramme. Crafted and conceptual, their timeless illustrations will help guide you through any financial woes!

 

 

10.30am
8 March 2017

P R O T E S T

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN"S DAY

We've been doing it ourselves- rallying on the streets, marching and putting on a colourful display of unity in the face of much austerity across the world. Ulla Puggard employs her bold graphics in an artcile for the Financial Times on protest and activism, Check her folio out for some other new punchy bits like this. 

10.30am
7 March 2017

Get With The Times

Lynnie Zulu paints an interesting picture for the Sunday Review cover of the NY Times highlighting the benefits of diversity. Here's a taste of the insightful article to put this in context:

 

"What President Trump doesn't seem to have considered is that diversity doesn't just sound nice, it has tangible value. Social scientists find that homogeneous groups like his cabinet can be less creative and insightful than diverse ones."

 

Here's to diversity and progress! Thanks Lynnie.