10.30am
26 April 2017

Nissan Adventure

Telegramme have applied their optimistic poster art for a commission with Nissan Europe and Fubiz to capture the spirit of the new Nissan Micra! A very idyllic scene, count us in for the roadtrip!

10.30am
24 April 2017

Tequila

TEQUILA TEGUILA! Mural artist Ricardo Cavolo was commissioned by reputable tequila brand Jose Cuervo to create four vibrant illustrations for their 222nd anniversary limited edition bottles. We haven't got a hard copy of this product but we can provide the salt and lime if anyone else does? 

10.30am
21 April 2017

A Year in the Garden

She's got strength of line and a bold cut and is probably just as good with the garden tools as her printmaking tools. For Dan Pearson's book Natural Selection linocutter Clare Melinksy has charmed us all with her fresh botanical prints. Cast your eyes over this crisp cover and some of the tactile details found inside and make sure read this wonderful interveiw with Clare with Dig Delve. 

10.30am
20 April 2017

CAVOLO // ZARA

Our favourite mural making illustrator Ricardo Cavolo has collaborated with well known fashion brand ZARA to create a capsule selection of clothes adorned with his bold folky artwork. It doesn't get much more hip than this! Here is a look at some of the garms you can get hold of. 

10.30am
19 April 2017

Pockets

Rose Blake has collaborated with Drakes and designed a beautiful collection fo pocket squares. Blake’s concept was to create a range of pocket squares that both reflect and could be worn by a series of different Drake’s-wearing men.

 

“I came up with these six characters that would potentially wear Drake’s collections, which were the Seafarer, the Globetrotter, the Creator, the Thinker, the Stargazer and the Explorer. I made a pocket square for each character. And then I kind of had the idea that, because each character is linked in a certain way, other than them wearing Drake’s, they’re all linked by the sun or the moon.” 

 

Which are you?

10.30am
18 April 2017

Words With Sisters

Tatiana Boyko employs an unusually muted colour pallette for The Boston Globe Magazine. Adding detail with small brushes of texture and delicate shading Tatiana brings this touching scene to life : having once lived together with fond memories playing scrabble on the porch, the story follows two sisters that play scrabble on their phone to stay in touch and stay connected.

10.30am
14 April 2017

A Skinful of Shadows

We promised some big reveals from folk illustrator Aitch who has been up to her eyeballs busy with exciting projects. Here is her very alluring, inky cover for Frances Hardinge's new book 'A Skinful of Shadows' with Pan Macmillan.

10.30am
13 April 2017

Dragon's Green

Dan Mumford has worked within the pop culture and music scene creating everything from album covers, branding and screenprint's to new interpretations of classic film posters and albums. Now for his debut in the publishing world he has blasted into the scene with magical, illuminating artwork for the much talked about Worldquake series by Sacrlett Thomas. Dan's first book jacket in the series is Dragon's Green, but there's more to come from this new series which is said to be "the most exciting debut in children's fiction since Harry Potter'. 

 

See full wrap illustration here. 

 

10.30am
12 April 2017

Forbidden Forest

We can't help but share another delight from Andy Singleton's  project with Pottermore. Our favourite and rather heoric creature, known to some as 'Witherwings' but most as 'Buckbeak'. A charming and passionate hippogriff who lived with Rubeus Hagrid in the School grounds and who was a loyal in defending Harry in battle mutliple times. Andy has created a whole array of paper crafted 3D models if you're as nerdy as we are about the wizzarding world.

10.30am
11 April 2017

Barbican at the Broadway

Our all-singing all-dancing Ed Mcgowan is in full swing at the Barbican, on site and online.  Ed's lively illustration promotes free music, dance and theatre for a new two day family-friendly event curated and led by the Barbican Centre this April.