Last week Twitter added a few new additions, including a new header. Rather than using one of my previous illustrations and repeating it in the header like a lot of other Tweeters are doing. I thought I'd do an illustration specifically for my Twitter page. I wanted to showcase my illustrations, rather than doing a collage of thumbnails, I illustrated a mixture of picture frames for my work to be showcased in. Go and have a look and let me know what you think.
22 Sep 2012
I was on Creative Review's (CR) blog a few months ago and stumbled across an article on CR that 'Fallon London' have created this nice little project called 'Dog Ear'. It's basically a bookmark that's created by illustrations and stories submissions. When they have enough submissions they will print the bookmark and spread them around a few selected London book shops. It's a really nice idea and it's free to submit, so send yours in and our work might be in the same bookmark.
I've always been a fan of 'Lost' posters (I've got this fantastic book with some bizarre and wonderfully Lost posters, discover it for yourself http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lost-Found-Posters-around-World/dp/1568983379) so my illustration is the book shops looking for their bookmarks back, my piece is called 'Lost'.
Posted by Unknown at 17:58
11 Sep 2012
I was reading this article last week http://www.thefwa.com/interview which interviewed Keith Reinhard. He used this quote from the legend Bill Bernbach, I found it so true and something to keep in mind when at work.
The article is a real worth while read.
Posted by Unknown at 04:20