If you happen to be anywhere near Venice, Italy anytime soon, there’s a unique illustration exhibition that is worth checking out. Head over to the Berga Urban Museum to check out the 25 illustrations from around the world.
As purveyors of emerging illustrative talent ourselves, we at Ape on the Moon are always excited to hear about new creative platforms out to do the same. Gran Salon Mexico is an illustration fair set to make its debut at the end of November.
‘The Doodle Project’ has amassed quite the momentum over the near 10 years that it has been going. The project has had contributions from hundreds of artists over that time and led to two books being published by the founder, Lisa Currie, so far. To find out more about exactly what this ongoing community process is, we had a little chat with Lisa herself.
This month sees Somerset House once again opens up its courtyard for another summer of Film4 Summer Screen shows. For the second year, they have commissioned Print Club London to put together a exhibition of screen-printed posters to celebrate the 10-year anniversary. We headed over to the launch event to take a look.
If you’re someone who enjoys a good pedal as well as checking out local illustration and design talent, Spoke might have been made just for you. This new one-off, free event brings together cycling enthusiasts and lovers of art, and kicks off in London at the end of this month.
The advertising industry’s need to fuel the continuous flow of creative work is something that had begun to leave Jonathan Bréchignac dissatisfied. As one of those working behind the scenes to keep it moving, he found himself wanting for the time to create something with a longer shelf life.
Using his collection of Photoshop brush presets, Lorenzo Gritti creates illustrations that are full of textural depth. By keeping the compositions themselves fairly minimal, he is able to allow the tactile surfaces in his work to really shine through.