10.30am
17 January 2018

A Flying Start

Many of you will be familiar with Brian Grimwood's work, a true heavyweight of illustration with an enviable artistic career. We've been enjoying his recent process exploring the possibilities that his pen flourishes can portray on an ipad. His latest portfolio  update has been a true delight to consider, with Brian's classic inky style paired alongside his progressive, more abstract digital work that find it's home in packaging and poster art. 

 

Take a look  and enjoy!

10.30am
8 January 2018

Stay Cosy

Stay cosy and cheery this week with the warmth and fun of Uijung Kim. It looks like her characters are cooking up a bowl of somethin' hot!

 

Check out more of her work over here

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
22 November 2017

Far & Wide

Ricardo Cavolo has struck again.After a collaboration with Bally & Zara, it’s the turn for Atelier New Regime, a Montreal-based streetwear label, to use Ricardo Cavolo’s iconic illustrations. Their collaboration called “the Change” is about getting back to human essence using symbolism of animals as a metaphor for messages of love, freedom, brotherhood & acceptance. 

 

 

Hand Drawn Illustrators

10.30am
16 November 2017

Christmas Countdown

It’s feeling crisp as chilly as the Christmas spirit begins to creep in. If you’re in the mood for getting cosy, we’re here to help - Kerry Hyndman’s latest illustrated book “Let it Snow”, written by Anne Fine in collaboration with David Flicking Books is the perfect accompaniment to an evening in. So, get yourself by a fire and get hooked in a heart-warming tale!

Children illustration

10.30am
13 November 2017

Shortlist 2017

We're extremely proud to announce that the illustrated cover by folk artist Aitch is on the Waterstones Book of The Year 2017 Shortlist. Check out the #bookoftheyear line up and fingers crossed for the marvel we calle Aitch. Results out on November 30th!

10.30am
9 November 2017

Pop-Up Shop

Looking for special gifts this Christmas? Look no further than Chris Brown's pop-up shop, selling unique gifts throughout November. Expect to find hand printed tea towel, plates, tiles, dog bowls, scarves, badges. lampshades and original linocuts. Cor blimey, sounds delightful!

10.30am
7 November 2017

Print Space

Having studied in Paris and Surrey Margaux spent the decadent years of her early twenties playing poker and developing a unique graphic style using various mediums, from 0.2 Rotring pens to tonnes of cans of spray paint, and now adapts her illustrations in 2 & 3D as well as large scale murals. This folk-tastic and brilliantly lurid piece is charged with energy and available to buy online from Print Club London

10.30am
3 November 2017

Story time!

The beautiful painterly illustrations by David De Las Heras captures the history and magic of an old circus poster. David’s artwork plunges us into an unscrupulous hunt of a man eating tiger. Set in Siberia, “Tiger” by Joel Dicker is a perfect short story to set us up for Winter! 

Painterly Illustration

10.30am
31 October 2017

Dead Ink Spooks

Dead Ink Books are giving us the spooks this Halloween. They have a kickstarter project up and running to fund six new books that will get your withcy wigs in a curl in the theme of folk horror type novellas. Darren Hopes has been busy illustrating the first three covers. Here's whats been cooking his cauldron this year!