Category Archives: Reviews

New Book Written and Illustrated by Alice Stevenson Reveals the Hidden Beauty of London

Posted at 7 am on May 7, 2015 by

Posted in: Ink Illustration, Painting, Reviews

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Poetic observer and gleaner of undiscovered urban gems, Alice Stevenson champions the art of walking in her new¬†book, ‘Ways to Walk in London’.¬†We join her on her walks and discover “hidden places and new perspectives”.

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Finding Your Way in the City with the Illustrated Maps by Jenni Sparks

Posted at 3 am on February 26, 2015 by

Posted in: News, Reviews

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Adding to a growing collection that already features London, Berlin, San Fran, and New York, Jenni Sparks has turned her creative attention to Paris in her latest illustrated map.

Finding your way around the seemingly labyrinthian capitals of the world can often induce panic and fear in the best of us. The amount of things to do can seem overwhelming with traditional maps not giving us many clues as to a place to start.

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Concept and Colour in Magoz's New Print Shop

Posted at 7 am on December 7, 2014 by

Posted in: Announcements, Galleries and Exhibitions, Reviews, Screen Printing

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Signed and numbered prints and a silk screen concertina book are some of the first products you can grab over at Magoz’s shiny new website and print shop.

We first took a look at the work of the then Uk-based, now Malaysia-based Spanish illustrator a couple of years ago. We were really taken with his pared down, conceptual work and the simple yet colourful way that he presents it.

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Peter James Field's New Book Chronicling a 10-Year Project

Posted at 2 am on November 26, 2014 by

Posted in: Events, Galleries and Exhibitions, Pencil Illustration, Reviews

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A newly self-published book from Peter James Field reflects on the people and places he has experienced over the last 10 years in an elegant yet darkly humorous visual journal.

When Peter James Field began sketching down his daily thoughts and everyday occurrences, he never would have guessed that his visual diary would still be going strong a decade later. 10 years since its beginning, Peter has put together a beautifully bound compilation to mark the anniversary of this immense project.

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