This month’s issue of CR features a survey of Liverpool’s thriving independent creative scene. We’re going to show more work from some of those featured here on the blog. Next up: artist and illustrator Kev Grey
We were invited up to Liverpool by artist and illustrator William Johnston (aka Framedink) who gave us a guided tour of the city. One of the first places we visited was Lost Art skateboards which supports many local artists via commissions for T-shirts and boards. One of those is Kev Grey whose distinctive black and white style can be seen here in a piece for Lost Art featuring the shop’s owner Mackey.
Here are a few of Grey’s prints:
Grey’s work has appeared in various contexts including T-shirts
and even tights
Here he is decorating a skateboard for a Howies project
CR in Print
If you enjoy reading the Creative Review website, we think you’ll enjoy reading the magazine even more. The December issue of CR includes a profile piece on the independent creative scene in Liverpool, a major interview with Dutch book designer Irma Boom and a great piece on ‘Poster King’ Edward McKnight Kauffer. You’ll also find articles on Dentsu London, a review of the Walker Art Center’s Graphic Design: Now in Production show and a fascinating debate on the clash between design and advertising betwen Wally Olins and CHI’s Dan Beckett.
And if that wasn’t enough, the issue also includes a FREE paper toy for readers to cut out and customise.
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