05 August 2010

Simon French wrote in to tell us about his recent update. He’s currently attending Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Thanks for the note.


So it’s been a while since the last interview. It’s back, and have we got a great couple to feature.

Melissa & JW Buchanan are a husband and wife team, better known as The Little Friends of Printmaking. They’ve been together for over ten years, collaborating and creating some of the most striking posters on the market today. They’re style is profoundly unique and recognizable. Read on and find out how they met and work together.

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16 June 2010



Good friend of mine Derek Hunt, over at Base, let me know that they have launched a brand new website, with lots of great new work. Check it out.

Sarah Thorne

09 June 2010



Sarah is a graphic designer in London, currently doing work for Topshop as their Creative Designer.

Collective Approach

09 June 2010



Collective Approach is a new graphic design consultancy based in London.

Owen Gildersleeve

07 May 2010


Owen Gildersleeve is a designer and tactile illustrator based in London. Owen is also apart of the great Evening Tweed collective. Compliments of It’s Nice That.

Leon de Korte

06 May 2010


28 April 2010

Robotaposter is an online gallery of Polish poster art from the 50s and 60s. Run by Aleksander Palka and Jakub Korfanty.

Borja Bonaque

20 April 2010



Diverse Illustrator and Designer Borja Bonaque


16 April 2010

Them-And-Us 1

Them-And-Us 2

Paradise Lost


Them-And-Us is an initiative aimed at bringing together 20 European and 20 African visual artists, designers, illustrators and photographers. The project aims to explore the similarities and differences between first and third world views and aesthetics by pairing up artists from Europe with their African counterparts.

Through a series of 20 double sided posters, artists were invited to explore the notion of ‘Them–And–Us’ and the broader theme of tolerance (or intolerance).  Them–And–Us is curated by South African design studio, disturbance, Stockholm resident and graphic designer, Noel Pretorius and British designer/writer Adrian Shaughnessy who wrote and edited the accompanying publication.