10.30am
25 July 2018

Wes Anderson

Here at CIA, we have a soft spot for Wes Anderson’s movies, and we aren’t alone.“Wes’ meticulous films transport me to a sumptuous yet melancholy parallel universe that I always love to visit” - Sam Gilbey has been drawing the pop culture he loves for as long as he can remember. Wes Anderson’s specific colour palette and photographic scenes are a prime source of inspiration for many artists, here a few pieces by Stan Chow, Clay Disarray and Tatiana Boyko. Hard to agree which movie is the best! 

10.30am
24 July 2018

Grace Jones

Grace Beverly Jones is a Jamaican singer, songwriter and supermodel record producer and actress. Benjamin Wachenje has captured her most iconic look in his bright, street pop style. A regular contributor to the Guardian and Rolling Stone, Benjamin has also collaborated with Timberland, Levi's, Virgin Atlantic and Rockstar Games.

10.30am
19 July 2018

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a hot topic these days, but its potential importance to higher education has not yet been broadly recognised. It can be described as a form of meditation and a way of living. It is a mental discipline that involves not only sharpening present-moment attention but also cultivating the attitude with which we pay attention: one of curiosity, acceptance, openness and compassion. So, feel the power of now with this illustration by Mick Marston for The Times Education Supplement. 

10.30am
18 July 2018

Inedibles

We have a tasty summery spread for you by clay model artist Clay Disarray. Titled 'The Inedibles' this series is both bold and playful - a great insight into how graphic the results can be. Make sure you check out Clay's full portfolio over here. 

10.30am
16 July 2018

World Cup

Mason London's illustrations often capture small moments in subculture,s much like a photograph snapshot his work can illuminate details we often miss. It feels fitting to share these social scenes, from around the world as we follow the football in every pub and on every screen with rapture.

10.30am
29 June 2018

Influencers

Harriet Taylor Seed has illustrated a remarkable series of portraits of the people who have influenced her. From childhood through formative teenage years, into her time at university and through her career. In order of appearance: Coco Chanel, Prince, Zandra Rhodes, Paul Simon, Baz Luhrman’s Romeo + Juliet, Joseph Cornell, RuPaul, Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, David Hockney, Yayoi Kusama, Jarvis Cocker, Celia Birtwell, Tallulah from Bugsy Malone and Eric Carle. 

10.30am
26 June 2018

Hot Spots

Martin Haake creates charming work in detailed cut away shapes and quirky characters. Soho House has employed his unique aethestic for this gorgeous folky map of New York's hot spots. 

10.30am
25 June 2018

Feel The Squeeze

Tobatron has decked the pages of Which? Travel Magazine with his instructional illustrations depicitng 'that shrinking feeling' you get when travelling on economy flights. This article will give you tips on the best seats in economy class!

 

 

10.30am
18 June 2018

Where's Fivey?

Uijung Kim illustrates a playful piece with a hidden mascot 'Fivey". Can you spot him? Illustrated for Scottish Power who are sponsoring Marathons, commissioned by Leith. Great characters and what a celebratory scene! 

10.30am
15 June 2018

News from Toby Leigh

He's punchy and has a mind full of visual quips - and he ain't afraid to get a bit gritty with it. We love Toby Leigh's latest editorial illustrations he's produced for Air France and more. He's a sneak peak at some highlights.