Our latest pick of new illustration work includes an exhibition of female portraits by Lynnie Zulu, a charity auction of illustrated ping pong bats in aid of Children in Need and a new book of character portraits from Pictoplasma.
Transport for London and designjunction have once again teamed up with Outline Artists to launch a limited edition set of Oyster card holders designed by illustrators and graphic artists.
The above shows how the side of locksmith and safemaker John Tann’s house might have looked in 1890, when a huge piece of typography was originally commissioned to advertise his company. Along with the building, this ‘ghost sign’ – which has been neglected for decades – has now also been restored
Risograph duplicator printers were invented by the Japanese company Riso in the mid 1980s. They were designed to duplicate fast and cheaply and have duly been embraced by church groups, schools, community centres and political parties around the world. But now, over 20 years since the printers first appeared, a new type of user is emerging as graphic artists around the world embrace the unique qualities of Riso printing