Friday, 31 July 2009
Illustrator Vicky Newman has had her work selected for Images 33 Best of British Illustration 2009 -the annual Association of Illustrators book, pictured at the awards night held at the London College of Communication.
Monday, 27 July 2009
Some updates of work by artist Tom Symonds featuring his splendid mixture of delicate line work with flat colour. Also showing his work development with a page from his sketchbook!
Saturday, 25 July 2009
The first animation is a work in progress from talented Seb Burnaett featuring his character Julian Sweeney and the second is a episode from the escapades of Victorian explorer Bertram Fiddle -sit back and tune in!
(second photo taken by Jonathan Green)
Graphic designer and illustrator Owen Gildersleeve is now joining forces with friend and product designer Thomas Forsyth for 'Decked'. The two have decided to collaborate after discussing developments for the project in Berlin, Germany.
Thomas Forsyth is passionate about designing and making. "I need to use my hands to think - it is when I start letting my hands work freely that I can realise ideas".
Whether working on product, one-off pieces, curation, building, or drawings, Thomas believes in "being creative with what you have, and resourceful with what you don't". This exploration of materials and their properties makes him feel most alive.
There is a playful, fantastical theme that runs through his work, and objects are often subject to emergent properties such as secret compartments. Thomas is internationally acclaimed for his Drawing Tops (spinning tops which use a pencil for the spindle), which have attracted attention ranging from Designboom to MUDAM (Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg). These simple objects can be used to make beautiful and intricate marks, putting children and adults on an even playing field when it comes to creating artwork.
Thomas's success in 2009 has included 'People's Choice Award' at Bristol Design Festival and showcasing his work at the Drawing Inspirations Award Ceremony, held at The British Museum.
More recently his work has been leading towards creating larger scale, functional social/community spaces, that encourage interaction and multi-purpose, interdisciplinary use.
You can find examples of Thomas's work on his website: www.thomasforsyth.com
Monday, 20 July 2009
Friday, 17 July 2009
Above is the latest drawing by Elfin of her Goat Girl and her latest two colour screen print (black and silver) to be on display at StolenSpace through out the Decked Project show -come down and take a look!
Thursday, 16 July 2009
Preparations underway for East Meets West a solo show by Graham Carter at the Coningsby Gallery, 30th August - 12th September showing limited edition prints and original artwork. -It's gunna be good! http://www.graham-carter.co.uk/
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Dan Kitchener has had a nice couple of double page spreads and an interview over at Plus 1 magazine, he is also currently interviewed on the online arts site Crack For Your Eyes (take a look here!) and he has just finished the Prodigy poster for their Invaders Must Die tour....amazing! we can only conclude he doesn't sleep theses days!
Sunday, 12 July 2009
Thursday, 9 July 2009
Ben Tallon has been interviewed about his illustration and working practice through Illustration, take a read at: Illustration interview!
Monday, 6 July 2009
Friday, 3 July 2009
This is the latest image by illustrator Docvek depicting a boy from the 1950's dreaming up his vision of the future, with a nice healthy dose of robots thrown in! This forms part of a body of work going on display at the Wonderland show at the Custard Factory in Birmingham in September