14 March 2018


Neoclassicism with a twist! This is humbly how we would describe David de las Heras's unique style. He creates perfect harmony between shadow and light. With a narrative approach, David’s endearing and expressive portraits have led him to an exhibition at the Art fair “Drawing Room” in Madrid, a real treat for the eyes! 

Painterely Illustrator

1 March 2018

The Third Half

This is the second exhibition of the year for illustrator Stanley Chow, renowned for his portraits of stars from sport, music, television and film. This time he will be showing his work at Manchester’s football museum, celebrating the football moments and players that have inspired and influenced him. “Curated by Stanley Chow” started on Wednesday 28th will also include objects from Stan’s personal collection of football memorabilia. Come in to support your local artist! 

Vector Illustrator

24 January 2018

Show Time!

From Audrey Hepburn to Marge Simpson, Stanley Chow new exhibition “Mannequin” celebrates female icon, art & pop culture. 

“I entered the world of illustration, focusing initially on fashion 20 years ago. However over the years the work you take on doesn’t necessarily reflect the work you want to do (…) I wish I did more fashion illustration and with this exhibition, this is me wanting to scratch that itch.”

Until the end of April, you can find an insight into Stanley early work at Artisan in Manchester. 

Vector Illustrators

19 January 2018

Time Out!

The latest V&A Museum of Childhood’s campaign has been illustrated by the illustrious Sugar Snap Studio. It’s one of our favourite spots in London, with esteemed exhibitions and a fantastic cafe, what’s not to love? Check it out and get a glimpse of this lovely graphic work whilst you’re there. 

children illustrator

3 January 2018

Working Bro's

Juan and Alejandro Mingarro are the two talented & creative brothers behind Brosmind. Their solo exhibition “Working with a Brother” is a retrospective reflection on the importance of their fraternal bond and describes how the present work can be considered an extrapolation of their childhood creations.

A colourful, fun, optimistic and futuristic universe of their commercial illustration and personal multidisciplinary projects. 

Vector Illustrators

17 November 2017

Cut it out

How refreshing to see some traditional lino cut prints!

Our traditional print artist Claire Melinsky has recently been commissioned for an upcoming exhibition at the Royal College of General Practitioners. On an other note, Clare will also take part in The Great Print Exhibition, the largest exhibition of its kind in the UK. If you are curious about how different prints are made, come and say hello on the 17th, 18th & 19th of November at The Gallery, Rheged, in the beautiful setting of The Lake District. 

Traditional Illustrator

6 September 2017


As autumn begins to creep in Alice Pattullo is creating a cosy scene. We're very happy to indulge in her nostalgic illustrations. Three of many more beautiful screen prints created for her solo exhibition Of House and Home at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park

30 August 2017

AOI Interview

Brian Grimwood will be in conversation with Ben Tallon, in the first ever live Arrest All Mimics interview. Brian will talk about the current stage of his career - his work on the iPad, and how he's developing a new visual language. In collaboration with the AOI.

Get your tickets here!

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

18 August 2017


Andy Singleton's latest work is exhibiting in Manchester Motel One Royal Exchange. Taking inspiration from Manchester's cotton producing history and inspired by the process of manufacturing cotton thread and fabric, Andy Singleton has created a large scale installation and 3 small cased works exploring the theme. The work explores the moment the cotton thread is woven into a new forms and becomes fabric, capturing the energy of the process.