The 'EARTH' without ART is just 'EH'.
What is there not to love about Susie Hammer's artwork? Susie's work is full of great colour combos, humour, texture and even more fun! We just love it!
Images copyright of Susie Hammer
Happy Bank Holiday Monday - no doom and gloom here today! Two happy go lucky Insta feeds for you to check out are the accounts of illustrators Max Low and Rob Hodgson.
We love the work of Max Low - especially his expressive collage cut out prints and use of colour, truly cool and quirky!
Images copyright of Max Low
Images copyright of Rob Hodgson
We love the changing store fronts of We Built This City, currently created by one of our favourites Supermudane.
A souvenir shop with a difference in the heart of London, on Carnaby Street. They are revolutionising London souvenirs and creating a platform for local creatives to reach a wider audience.
With so many awesome designers under one roof, get down there and check it out!
56B Carnaby Street, London, W1F 9QF
Overall a really inspiring visit, make sure you go and check out their events next year!
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Images copyright of Anorak Magazine
This week we can't get enough of Jean Julien's illustrations! You're bound to have seen his work out and about, he has worked with everyone from Eurostar to Uniqlo.
His illustrations are a humorous take on modern living, often looking at social media and the way we interact with each other.
Don't forget to check out his instagram account too, for funny observations of the everyday.
We love children's books! They are such a great source of inspiration and always full of beautiful illustrations from crazy talented illustrators. So this week we are featuring two of our favourites!
First off, we have 'City Atlas' illustrated by Martin Haake and written by Georgia Cherry.
This book is chock-a-block with amazing imagery ranging from pizza eating crocodiles to a skateboarding Henry VIII. Get lost in every city around the world just by turning the page.
And secondly 'Rapido' by Joelle Jolivet and Jean-Luc Fromental.This Interactive book takes you on a journey around the city with a delivery man and his van. We love the bold and graphic style throughout and you can even see what is going on behind closed doors, for all you nosey neighbours out there!
They may be hard to spot but tiny people prints are everywhere you look. We can't get enough of these cool micro prints - a nice update to the conversational print.