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
8 November 2017

Cosmetic Collage

With bundles of talent and oodles of endless witty quips MH Jeeves is one of our favourite cartoon illustrators around. She's incredibly modest and incredibly funny and always willing to share her personal persuits with us. Here we see her upcyling her makeup into humorous compositions. It's amazing what you can create with a mascara wand!

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 tones 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
1 November 2017

Dark Knight

Following the darkest and spookiest night of the year, we thought it fitting to share one of Dan Mumford's most illuminating street stand offs! Here is his poster artwork for The Dark Night in all it's spectacular glory.

10.30am
30 October 2017

The Higgie Review

Anna Higgie has the kind of elegance in her delicate sketcherly marks that many artists spend their life time trying to emulate. Her latest piece for the illustrious spot on The Guardian Review flaunts her sensitive drawing style perfectly, depicitng the exhibition, 'Imagining The Divine' observing the way a variety of religions have done just that.

10.30am
17 October 2017

Jesmyn Ward

Deanna Halsall depicts a portrait of American novelist and associate professor of Enlgish at Tulane University for The New Yorker. Jesmyn Ward won the 2011 National Book Award for Fiction and a 2012 Alex Award with her second novel Salvage the Bones, a story about familial love and community covering the 10 days preceding Hurricane Katrina, the day of the cyclone, and the day after. This all feels quite fitting after the stirring skies caused by hurrican Ophelia!

10.30am
13 October 2017

Someone Like Me

It's Friday, it's the end of a busy week and we have a beautiful spread to share and revisit from Margaux Carpentier. Part of the extraordinary work for children's book 'Somone Like Me' published by Concern worldwide. It explores the different culutres and backgrounds of children from all over the world and shares Margaux's visual narrative in bright and shapely forms. 

10.30am
11 October 2017

Kiss and Tell

Stephen Collins paints a wild picture of life at sea. All of the outrageous shennanigans aboard the yacht are shared by staff in this kiss and tell article for Boat International Magazine. Looks like a lot of fun!

10.30am
10 October 2017

Folky Folk

Martin Haake has put his folk magic to good use in the latest issue of Inside Housing. His charming characters are suited and booted stepping up to the challenge of capturing our attention! A good read to on salary expectations from 2017 while you're at it...