10.30am
14 December 2017

A Real American Hero!

John Royle is unquestionably our comic books’ King. The latest issue of his G.I.JOE cover, with new female Snake-Eye (for the experts) has just Sold out!
But don’t worry, a second print is on the go. For all the comic books nostalgic - time to squeeze a copy in your Christmas list. 

Comic Book Illustrators

10.30am
13 December 2017

Life in Plastic, It’s Not Fantastic?

Commissioned for an article in The Washington Post “There are dolls for all Barbie’s weddings. Here are the ones for her divorces”, Susan Burghart broke old social rules and finally brought Barbie in the 21st century. “For every Dream Fantasy Wedding™, there must have followed a Dream Fantasy Divorce™” Perhaps this woman just don’t need no man! Very progressive, we like her style.  

Screen Printing Illustrators

10.30am
12 December 2017

Cartier

This bespoke illustration by Jitesh Patel was created for the opening of the Cartier Boutique shop, for special guests that were chauffeured to Burlington Arcade. The guests would walkthrough the arcade on a red carpet to the Cartier Boutique shop, when they left the guests have special invitations to enjoy the rest of the evening at a high profile organised party.

10.30am
11 December 2017

Which Masterpiece Are You ?

We are all works of art! “Our bodies might all differ in shape, and form, and frame, but think how dull the world would be if we were all the same…” Empowering and educative, this book written by Mark Sperring and Illustrated by the amazing Rose Blake, celebrates difference and diversity. We can get on board with this!

 

 

Painterly Illustration

10.30am
8 December 2017

By Accident or Design?

Paul Smith became a respected and successful designer by accident. Literally, because of a bike accident. Our retro artist Mark Thomas has illustrated his unexpected story in GQ magazine, in collaboration with Childrensalon. A nostalgic style depicting the fashion fairytale of Paul Smith, one of Britain’s most famous fashion designers. 

Vintage Illustrator

10.30am
7 December 2017

Did Someone Say Cheese?

As traditional as Clare Melinsky's art work, the Campbell Community make award winning organic cheeses. They have commissioned Clare to create a set of postcards to promote Loch Arthur agricultural community in Scotland. Get your cracker selection ready for that cheese!

Lino Cut Illustrators

10.30am
6 December 2017

Spot the 'P'

Originally made for Mike Wilks’ book “The Ultimate Alphabet”, which was a New York Times bestseller and Sunday Times bestseller for 57 weeks, this illustration contains hundred of items beginning with the letter P.

Mike’s art work have a surreal and dreamlike quality, with a disturbing undertone, inspired by surrealists such as Dali and De Chirico. 

A work of creative ingenuity that displays Wilks' at the height of his powers as an illustrator. 

Surrealist Illustrators

10.30am
5 December 2017

Clarges

Clarges Mayfair, the swanky new building development set to be the hottest spot in London is underway, Andy Singleton has been asked to create a beautiful wintery scene. Currently installed in the reception of this fine new building, there are plans to showcase it in the groundlfoors windows. Keep your eyes peeled for this paper sculpture to get you in the Christmas spirit. 

10.30am
4 December 2017

Concertina

Alice Patullo's latest collaboration with Design For Today, providing a concertina tribute to Charleston Farmhouse and the decorative arts of Bloomsbury. Taking inspiration from the painted furniture, gardens and murals created by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant during their time inhabiting the house. We're in awe of this complimentary collab, here's a look at some of the work!

10.30am
1 December 2017

Comedy

Hold the mic! It's Gary Neill, demonstrating what he can do with a clever gif to bring a concept to life. Gary's strength is in his simplicity of form, using a 'conceal and reveal' effect in his motion work enhances the narrative, often sprinkling his work with humour. Now there's an idea...