Craig is one of the two people behind dizzy ink, probably the most prolific artistic enterprise in Nottingham at the moment. Dizzy ink is a printing and printmaking service. What sets them apart is the use of risographs. A risograph […]
Graphic Design - a-n The Artists Information Company
An upcoming solo show exploring humanity’s ongoing fascination with myths – from ancient Greek legends to modern superheroes and ‘fake news’. Opening July 6 at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
For her current exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, Fiona Banner ranges across graphic and font design in her continuing exploration of language and form. Dany Louise talks to her.
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here As a wet-behind-the-ears sixteen year old, recently freed from grammar school, as they didn’t want me cluttering up the sixth form, I trudged up the hill from Hereford railway station to the Art College at […]
Ott Metusala is a graphic designer who moved to Amsterdam from Estonia to study Graphic Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Acadamie where he met Pieter Verbeke and Elisabeth Klement. Pieter is a librarian and Elisabeth is a graphic designer. Together, […]
For the Coastal Currents festival, Tod Hanson has created a site-specific work that covers the entire floor of the historic Durbar Hall in the Hastings Museum and Art Gallery. Dany Louise finds out about his process, inspiration and influences.
From:August 03, 2015
To:August 31, 2015
Location:South East England
These 3 Designs will be coloured on illustrator and then fit into a triangular shape. The shape is because the designs will be featured on an 8 sided spire that will be about 15 foot tall. I’m really pleased with […]
The Museum of Object Research is delighted to open the New Year with a gleaming post from artist Neil Armstrong, which demonstrates the beauty, depth and power of the object as both symbolic talisman, and vessel of complex histories in […]
Karen Lubbock is the creator of Karen magazine, which delights in the ordinariness of everyday life, providing an antidote to the mainstream celebrity and lifestyle magazine world.