3 March 2015
A Brighton graduate now working in East London, Alice is an artist with research at the heart of her practice, her print works are crammed with detail and authentic heritage. "I am a collector (hoarder) of all sorts of junk which I display on cluttered shelves wherever possible - I think this process is reflected in my compositions which tend to adopt a policy of more is more...". Keep an eye out for her prints in the V&A shop and Libertys and a fully illustrated Jane Austin book on the way! Welcome abord Alice...
27 February 2015
Jackie Parsons was invited by Sheffield Hallam University to go up to visit and impart some of her wealth of knowledge upon it's lucky students. They created this ENORMOUS poster to advertise the lecture, featuring lots of her wonderful collage work.
26 February 2015
We love this creative use of typography in a Special K ad (my personal breakfast cereal of choice) by Sarah J Coleman. Simple, subtle and truly elegant.
25 February 2015
The Folio society never ever drop the ball. This deliciously rich, colourful collection of short stories contains nine full colour illustrations and a retro/futuristic foil blocked cover design by Mick Brownfield. A classic piece of literature and an essential for any sci-fi fan.
24 February 2015
Slick, dramatic editorial work by Matt Taylor for GQ Magazine.
23 February 2015
Telegramme have begun producing hand-painted typograhic signs. These could have been salvaged straight from a saloon in the wild west and would look great on any living room wall or would make an exciting addition to a restaurant decor. Telegramme are masters at achieving that authentic time worn look coupled with an natural affiliation with retro typography... these are the real deal.
20 February 2015
Rose Blake's print, entitled 'Riding into the past, with my dad, on the back of his toy elephant collection' was produced for the Barbican for their Magnificent Obsessions exhibition which features her father, Sir Peter Blake's collection of Elephants. Available to buy at the Barbican shop. It's a family affair!
19 February 2015
Did anyone spot Gary Neill in the weekend's Guardian? His illustration brilliantly visualises the corruption, cocaine addiction, match-fixing, cricket journalism and international drug smuggling fables of the ill-fated cricketers who played in the 1992 world cup final.
18 February 2015
We're really pleased to announce our latest recruit to the CIA roster.
We met Graham a couple of years ago when he was fresh out of university… (he has been interning for Sarah J Coleman - keeping it in the family!) After giving him a bit of time to hone his skills and build up his portfolio, we think it's finally time to unleash him upon the world. He's a man dedicated to his 90s video games which comes through in his rich, colourful digital illustrations, bursting at the seams with narrative and charm. He's definitely one to watch!
13 February 2015
Now the dust is beginning to settle on the Charlie Hebdo tragedy, we can begin to move forward in solidarity with our journalists and the principles we hold dear. Nishant Choksi has teamed up with the Guardian to produce these little limited edition pin badges, a proportion of the profits will go towards the Reporters Sans Frontières Charlie Hebdo appeal.