10.30am
21 December 2017

Inception

There is something calming and hypnotic about Mario Wagner’s GIF - A smart droste effect which makes it hard to look away. His engaging work is pushing the boundaries of illustration into the realms of animation, with a smart budget too. We love that this can be used to illustrate an article in the same space as a still image might. Good work Mario!

Vector Illustrators

10.30am
20 December 2017

Planet IX

Could a hidden planet be manipulating our solar system?

Mike Brown, a planetary scientist, advanced the theory of a 9th planet in the New Scientist. The richly textured & narrative art work of Darren Hopes sets the tone with a disturbing octoplanet for disturbing news.

Photo Collage 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
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...

10.30am
27 September 2017

Humans?

David De Las Heras has depicted a curious portrait for La Maleta magazine accompanying an discussion 'What Makes Us Human?' Eight academic disciples of different genreations convened at The European School of Humanities to discuss. They cited that the evolutionary success of humans is surely "a mixture of innovative features, intellectual capacity, curiousity, flexibility, adaption and socialisation, that requires an approach from different points of view." A very wise start to the day indeed! 

10.30am
22 September 2017

The Surfers Journal

Some of us live for the waves. Give it up for Nishant Choksi and his playful frolicks for The Surfers Journal subscrtiption ads. His endless imagination sees us seeing sea, sand, shells and the sea shore. Or something like that...

1.19pm
25 August 2017

LifeWTR Open Gallery

Lynnie has been collaborating with LifeWTR on their series celebrating female artists. Did you know that art by women makes up only 5% of permanent collections? They invited Lynnie over to New York to create some work live in their Open Gallery where she drummed up quite the crowd! LifeWTR partner with emerging artists, turning their bottles into a canvas for new art.

Lynnie Zulu Lifewtr

10.30am
10 August 2017

0-0-0-0-0

Nishant gets all the fun jobs! Freundin published an article about female orgasms and he got to illustrate it. Quite simply, lots of O shapes - a top start to the day surely, See the full set here.

 

 

10.30am
2 August 2017

Crafty Croc

Harriet Taylor Seed likes to challenge herself at her craft and in her creative skillset. Her most recent endeavour is entering her blanket designs for Slowdown Studio's competition and we've got our hands on some of the creatures that will feature on it! We know we'd want to be wrapping up and snuggling down with these fellas. Thanks Harriet!

10.30am
3 July 2017

Plugged In

Do we even remember what it's like to plug out? We're all in danger of our hands morphing into tech devices like something out of a Black Mirror episode. With this in mind we are feeling combative today - it is with sheer delight that we share these charming images from David De Las Heras. Painted for a multipart feature titled ethics, it's about making hard and soft decisions, making these decisions with knowledge and how this knowledge can create it’s own problems and create moral dilemmas. We've worked them into a step by step guide to plugging out. This thought has curled a smile onto our lips.