Milly freeman is an illustrator who likes letterpress. screen-printing, pottery, textiles, gardens, nature, children’s picture books and playful, humorous illustration. Often she uses screen-printing and letterpress as she enjoys the unexpectedness printing can add to her work as well as the chance to experiment with colour. She also likes to include characters in absurd and sometimes impossible situations.
Graduated from Camberwell College of Arts Illustration in 2010 and currently working as a freelance illustrator in London. I create art to make people happy, I love to hear the chuckles of people when they see my work. I often use weird characters in my work, and love to make them do weird things. I try to work in various media, such as drawing, print, zine, animation, comic, 3D, etc.
I chose to illustrate a phrase “My heart is ravisht with delight” from Robert Burns 1788 poem “Auld Lang Syne” in response to the brief “Celebrating life, everyday, everywhere, responsibly”. The semi-incomprehesible nature of the poem coupled with it’s use as a mass utterance at New Year’s Eve give it an almost hymnal quality and one that resonates with the idea of joy and optimism whenever it is read aloud.
Ziemowit is a London based multidisciplinary artist, working in the fields of illustration, drawing, graphic design and photography. He comes from Poland, where he got his MA in Multimedia Arts in 2005. In the same year he won first prize in the ‘East to East’ Competition held by the British Art Council with his interactive media artwork, done as a collaborative piece with a programming artist Piotr Kowalski.
I wanted to convey of feeling of togetherness and to show the outstanding natural beauty in celebration of the world we live on. It is a beautiful place to be and we all have a responsibility to keep it that way. The structured and geometric composition reinforces the idea of responsibility, while the imagery and design elements work together to portray the tranquil beauty of earth.
Famous When Dead’s work is a creative response to his industrial surroundings. Inspired by his children and the urge to progress beyond the everyday mundane, his vibrant works of art are fresh & edgy talking points that demand a second look.
Tom Hovey is a multi-faceted London-based, figurative illustrator who has gathered acclaim for his editorial depictions, large murals and storyboard designs. Tom works in several different mediums covering a broad range of topics that fascinate and irritate him. From the political to pop culture, to the eccentric and morbid, Tom is fearless in his depictions.