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.
Back in early 2012, we featured some of the work by Ryan Gillett after being sent a set of his beautifully screen printed postcards. We thought it was about time we caught up with Ryan and took at look at what he’s been up to over the last couple of years and how his illustration style has developed.
The architectural illustrations of Lucille Clerc are more than just drawings of buildings. Finding inspiration on the streets of her adopted London home, Lucille sees her work as portraits of the various locales around where she lives, merging memories and imagined features as well as her beautifully accurate observational sketches.
After having worked for some time on commissions for clients, Eline Van Dam aka Zeloot decided to focus on areas of art that resonate a little closer to home. She now spends most of her time creating imagery for music events that she herself is involved in.
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.
New York-based, South Korean illustrator Jungyeon Roh creates bold, graphic images with a process inspired by her silkscreen printing work. She talks to us about how time factors in when chooses the kind of technique she will use.
Lydia Nichols‘ love of print and paint come into play in the interesting range of marks she uses. She uses these to construct her jolly animal and human characters as a self-professed anthropomorphizer, as well as lover of tea parties and books.