10.30am
7 June 2018

Casual Dining

Bold, punchy with distinctive typography treatment, that can only be the work of Ahoy There, conducted by captain illustrator Ross Crawford. Commissioned by The Times, Ross has created an infographic design responding to the economic threat on “casual dining”  - it looks like a hard time for street restaurants such as Prezzo, Jamie’s Italian and Nando’s. 

10.30am
6 June 2018

Timeless

Jeff Fisher has the reputation to create the most delicate and lyrical designs. We weren't disappointed when we saw his last artwork for the Flip Literature Festival in Brazil. Beautifully hand painted, his fluid lines create an idyllic and charming result. A real piece of original art.

Hand Painted Illustrator

10.30am
12 April 2018

Amsterdam

Jitesh Patel has been off on his lollidays again - don't be fooled though, his working pen never rests, Jitesh has been mapping out the streets and people of Amsterdam in this tight and brightly drawn info-illustration. 

10.30am
21 March 2018

Call Him Sir

Peter Horridge, one of the earliest artist’s to join CIA, has been handed an unusual project…as one of the world’s leading practitioners of calligraphy and typography, Apple's chief designer Sir Jonathan Ive has asked Peter to create his personal crest. A stunning result with his distinctive fluidity of line.  

Typography Illustrators

10.30am
7 March 2018

Food Monthly

Jitesh Patel's intiricate pen work adorns the latest cover of Food Monthly for The Observer. Celebrating food and culture and all the good things in life, you can't miss out on this issue - grab a copy now and oggle some of Jitesh's handiwork.

10.30am
12 February 2018

Botanical Notes

Make a note of this beautiful botanical series of cards created for CATH TATE by non other than painterly genius Charlotte Day. The brief asked for highly decorative, vintage style artwork that reflected British gardens. These are intricate and fresh take on vintage! You can get your green fingers on an array of designs over here

10.30am
5 February 2018

Ahoy!

Ahoy There aka Ross Crawford is the front cover of Which? Magazine, dedicated to consumer rights. Ross is the guy who will sort you out if you need some fresh & punchy typography, or dynamic & smart graphic design, or even illustration. Well, it seems like Ross is the guy you need for pretty much everything, you can modestly call him a creative genius. 

Typography Illustrators

10.30am
12 December 2017

Cartier

This bespoke illustration by Jitesh Patel was created for the opening of the Cartier Boutique shop, for special guests that were chauffeured to Burlington Arcade. The guests would walkthrough the arcade on a red carpet to the Cartier Boutique shop, when they left the guests have special invitations to enjoy the rest of the evening at a high profile organised party.

10.30am
14 November 2017

The story of The Slave Who Fought Back

The book that changed America, “Roots” by Alex Haley will be re edited on April 2018 by Penguin Vintage. In this powerful & smart cover Ulla Puggard used his inky lettering style to translate the story of Kunta Kinte captured as an adolescent and sold into slavery in the United States.

Typography Illustration

10.30am
2 November 2017

Let’s Talk Environment

Sarah Coleman aka Inkymole, has been making illustration and lettering for 24 years. She divides her time between illustration, public speaking and a ceaseless series of side-ventures, including a radio station, a record label, exhibitions, broadcast work and assorted curious enterprises, with partner Leigh. In Carrefour's last campaign, Sarah has combined hand drawn and digitally textured lettering to promote the french supermarket in it’s lead to be more environmentally ethical. So take a leaf out of their book, turn off the heating and warm up with a wooly jumper instead!

Typography Illustration