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
7 April 2017

Kyoto

Harry Tennant has crafted a map illustration of Kyoto for M Le Magazine du Monde's weekly supplement. His fluid handwriting pairs beautifully with his mark making and bold graphic screenprint shapes. We love the earthy tones!

10.30am
5 April 2017

Complete Works

Elzo Durt has just released his new book - Elzo Durt Complete Works.

This beautifully curated publication showcases Elzo's illustration between 2003-2016 including posters, album covers, skateboards and various other pyschadelic arworks. Edited and published by Born Bad Records, there is due to be a big exhibition on the 10th anniversary of the BORN BAD label at the GALERIE DU JOUR-AGNES B from April 27th to June 30th. Here's a look at the punchy front page to whet your eager appetites. 

10.30am
29 March 2017

Mobile Library

Behold Telegramme's nostalgic beauty in this screenprint book cover for Mobile Library by David Whitehouse. Described as 'Quirky, dark, magical and full of heart, Mobile Library is both a tragicomic road trip and a celebration of the adventures that books can take us on. It's a love-letter to unlikely families and the stories that shaped us.' 

 

If you haven't already - take a look through Telegramme's folio - it's had a big spring time shake up. 

10.30am
28 March 2017

"How To"

Here's a set of funnies for you. Tobatron's illustrations were created for a Belgian restaurant who also make their own magazine. The restaurant is called Brasserie Nieuwpoort.  Comissioned with Belgian agency Reclamebureau Plug they depict a humorous info-style series of how to’s. "How to take the perfect selfie, how to get a six pack..."

 

 

10.30am
23 March 2017

Memory

The modern mind is full of useful and not so useful information that we absorb and store and often struggle to find again. We're very impressed with Harry Tennant's latest concept piece for Libération FR on 'Memory in Psychoanalysis' - an inisghtul article too!

10.30am
22 March 2017

Zesty

The wonderful folky tones of Aitch span far and wide, decorating packaging in bespoke florals and winding vines, covering billboards with cheerful characters and playful patterns. There's been a lot cooking for Aitch behing closed doors that we can soon reveal (hold tight). Meanwhile to keep your appetites satisfied we're sending you some juicy vine oranges. Sumptuous and satisfying - full of zest and great for colds. Just beware of the sneaky snake...

10.30am
20 March 2017

ALPINE

Here's somehting to get yourself in gear...Matt Taylor, the master of poster art, conjures up a dynamic (and pretty damn cool) artwork for the release of Alpine A110 at the 2017 prestigious Geneva Motor Show. We're off to a racy start this mroning. Thanks Matt!

10.30am
14 March 2017

Charmer

Jonny Gibbs’ work has an untouchable charm and spans the publishing and editorial worlds, speckling magazines and books in numerous territories. 

There's so much to see in his rich body of work, Today we're sharing with you two pieces that sit so well together you'd have thought they were comissioned this way - part of the magic of his prints!

Titled : A Bend in The River & Piano Man.