Tom Kindley’s mythology-inspired comics and prints are put together with a creative use of detail and shading. In this way, he builds mysterious worlds and intriguing landscapes. We take a closer look to see what we find there.
We have a special treat in this feature with John Devolle not only talking about his work in depth, but also taking us on a step by step tour of his image-making process.
Jack Taylor is serving up some textured goodness in his screen printed illustrations. Strong compositions and use of simple forms makes for some nice, graphic work.
As well as the weathered surfaces and blocks of colour he creates, we also enjoy Jack’s eye for structure and layout. Especially in his comics, close cropping and bringing the lens right in produces really interesting panels.
In strong blocks of colour in pencil, print, and paint, Thomas Colligan creates dynamic compositions with a striking impact.
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.
Originally from South Korea, Sue studied art and is now based in New York. She cites the time during her studies when she was able to learn about screen printing as being the spark that started her now continuing love of working with printing.
Recent graduate, James Fisher’s work has a an easy going drawing style and a playful cheekiness in it that we really like. He tells us about his techniques that focus on drawing. His final illustrations keep the initial sketchy style without being over worked in the process.