Archive for March 2011

Royal Wedding Sick Bag: Lydia Leith

Royal Wedding Sick Bag: Lydia Leith

Influenced by retro airline logos the royal wedding sick bag design is silk screen printed onto a white air line sickness bag in blue or red.


Richard Rigg

Richard Rigg

Planting two telegraph poles through the centre of an old Post Office, now Workplace Gallery, in Gateshead sounds like the work of an artist with something to prove.


Cornerhouse: Design by Day

Cornerhouse: Design by Day

'The People You’re Not’ is a Cornerhouse exhibition which takes a satirical trip through the private and public faces of fame.


Inspection: Amy Groves

Inspection: Amy Groves

This work is part of a series of studies exploring the application of touch during the process of creating.


That was almost fun: Alan Williams

That was almost fun: Alan Williams

Since January 2010, I have been creating an image every single day and posting them day by day.


A Collection of Marks: Thomas Dabner

A Collection of Marks: Thomas Dabner

The book covers are hand screen printed on high quality 2mm book board and the inside pages onto 300gsm white paper


Composition: Ben Atkinson

Composition: Ben Atkinson

Composition, Ben Atkinson. Pencil on the reverse side of Chinese graph paper.


Personal Best: Trevor Johnson

Personal Best: Trevor Johnson

The Beautiful Game - Ultimately endorsed by Pele, this graphic was created because England failed to qualify for the World Cup


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