Eglė Plytnikaitė is inspired by vintage posters, science magazines, pop art, music and nature. We love her bold colour palettes and minimalist design. Read on to find out more about her creative practice.
We’re excited to feature Carmi Grau’s hand lettering work in ‘Ascenders Volume.1, Leaders in Contemporary Lettering’. We spoke to Carmi about her creative practice and she shares her top tips for illustrators seeking to develop their hand lettering skills.
Comfort Love and Adam Withers have been self published comic book creators since 2008. They have self published two comic series, written a book about self publishing comics and can often be found speaking on panels and seminars of comic conventions throughout the USA
Dr. Christy Henshaw is the Digital Production Manager at The Wellcome Collection, London. Dr Henshaw spoke to us about her role in digitising the Collection’s materials and how they can be accessed and enjoyed.
Sarah J Coleman aka Inkymole is a illustrator and hand lettering artist who recently celebrated 25 years working in the industry. Sarah spoke to us about her latest projects, and shares her advice for emerging artists.
Jason Carne is a featured artist in Ascenders Volume.1, Leaders In Contemporary Lettering. Jason spoke to us about his typography and hand lettering practice, his side projects, inspirations and influences.
Sara Jabbari is an illustrator and graphic designer working in New York. We had a chat with Sara about her side project Glitch Bitch, her creative inspirations and secrets to a successful client relationship
Szabolcs Vajas is a vector artist whose work was featured in Drawn Volume.2 and Bézier Volume.1. This resulted in an offer of employment from an advertising agency as an in-house graphic designer and illustrator. We caught up with Szabolcs to find out his latest news.
Scott Buoncristiano is a full time artist who draws inspiration from the wildlife surrounding his Cape Cod home. Scott spoke to us about his personal and commercial projects and shares his secret to a successful client relationship.
We sat down with illustrator Igor Karash to discuss growing up in the Soviet Union and how soviet politics have influenced his work. We also discuss illustrating War & Peace for the London Portfolio Society, his latest children's book Sir Drakon and much more.