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!
This weekend in Berlin is the first COLOURS FESTIVAL! Bringing together people from the fields of illustration, graphic design, drawing, screen print, tattoo and street art/graffiti, it is the first open air festival
for all people with a passion for illustration, young as well as established artists and creative people to exhibit and sell their work.
If you’re in London this week then you’re in luck!! From July 10th – 12th is The London Illustration Fair ‘s Summer Festival: Psychedelia.
Build a Freelance Illustration Business with Salli S. Swindell of Studio SSS and co-founder of They Draw & Cook and They Draw & Travel
Are you a designer, illustrator or creative doodler? Have you ever wondered how you could turn your talents into a business? This three-day workshop will help you create a plan for leveraging your creativity into a successful freelance business.
For anyone that needs a wee refresher on what illustration is and what illustrators do in the 21st Century, check out this short video, The Art of Illustration from Off Book / PBS Digital Studios.
If you’re in publishing, are an illustrator or student and want to learn more about picture books, two UK-based online sites can help you out.
Illustrators Illustrated is back in Berlin!
Illustrators Illustrated is on a wee Winter/Summer trip to New Zealand. Follow our adventures on Instagram!
As part of its Best of 2014 series, art directors from the Opinion pages of the New York Times have selected its best illustration for 2014.