10.30am
10 November 2017

Watch out for the upside-down

Sam Gilbey perfectly captured it - the nerve-racking, disturbing & intriguing atmosphere of the unavoidable series Stranger Things.

Inspired by a lifelong passion for popular culture, Sam keeps thrilling us with his powerfully cinematic, painterly illustrations. If you haven't watched it yet, stop everything and go catch up the last season of Stranger Things!

Painterly Illustration

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

11.21am
24 October 2017

David de las Heras for the women's rights

Let’s take a minute over our mid morning cuppa to appreciate David de las Heras in the french magazine l’Obs. Once more we see his classic painterly style perfectly capturing the emotion and grit of it’s subject : anthropologist & feminist Françoise Héritier, known best for defending women's equality and their rights to medically assisted procreation.

Painterely Illustration David de las Heras

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
3 October 2017

Adopt a Bench

The wonderous work of Richard Wilkinson featured in Stylist, France for an article about the ‘Adopt-A-Bench scheme in Central Park. The scheme will install a personalised plaque on a bench for its donors. Each plaque tells a story, some are quite straight-forward, some more mysterious….

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
31 August 2017

Soho House Notes

Jonny Wan is displaying his confidence in illustrating interesting and unique characters in this editorial piece for Soho House. Jonny captures a beautiful balance between rich colours and soft details, we love the candy floss hair!

10.30am
29 August 2017

Oxford Circus

After what has no doubt been a fun filled Bank Holiday weekend, full of street parties and such we're determined to keep the vibes going! Dale Edwin Murray's pretty punky poster design for TFL will keep our heads rocking this morning. 

10.30am
17 August 2017

Winehouse

David De Las Heras for Elpaís Semenal for an article where the writer Leslie Jamison explores the obsession for the excessive life of the British singer, who died six years ago. Titled 'Confessions of an Unreleased Fan', David's portrait is richly painted, conveying the depth of Amy's character.