For the next two weeks you can explore late-20th century subcultures of Berlin, London and New York through the striking, bold drawings of Jo Brocklehurst – in the first major retrospective of the artist’s work at the House of Illustration in London.
Opening at Neurotitan this Friday is the latest installment of Total Sellout! Excellent artworks at affordable prices…
Take a peak behind the scenes of Illustrators Illustrated!
Illustrators Illustrated founder Judith Carnaby was delighted to show the lovely people at FVF around her home, studio and neighbourhood, and talk to them about her illustration work and Illustrators Illustrated….
Resurrected after four years, Berlin’s illustrators once again open their studio doors!!
The sun is shining and Berlin is taking off that old grey winter coat! It’s the perfect time to get out of your studio and draw, chat, and booze together. Come along to the first spring Drawn Together and meet some other illustrators and illustration enthusiasts!
If you’re luck enough to be in NYC, pop along to a new exhibition featuring Olimpia Zagnoli and Emiliano Ponzi! Opening on the 29th of January, the exhibition “Una Storia Americana. Two Italian Illustrators in New York” is showing at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York.
How do you become an illustration agent? What is an agent’s role? What is it like to be represented by an agency?
Our Illustration Agents Special has got your questions covered!
DRAWN TOGETHER #3 was held last Wednesday night at the lovely Prinzessinnengarten. We tried another ‘illustrator parlour game’ – this time an illustration memory test!
Recently published on Core 77 is a great post on “Wordless Workshop,” a home improvement comic strip begun in 1954 by comics artist Roy Doty. Focused on how to solve household issues through DIY, it is a charming series of wordless comics.
On Tuesday evening Judith Carnaby, founder of Illustrators Illustrated, and Maggie Coker from Rag And Bone Man chatted with Winson on FLUXFM. Now you can listen to the interview!