Richard Hogg

Measuring The Universe

Illustrator Richard Hogg worked with graphic designer Anna Fidalgo on the exhibition design for the current Measuring The Universe exhibition running at Royal Observatory Greenwich until September 2…

The Illustrated Alphabet

The Small Print has just unveiled its latest project, The Illustrated Alphabet, for which it approached 26 of illustrators from around the world to each create an illustrated letter of the alphabet plus another artwork inspired by their particular letter…

Exhibition: R.S.V.P.H.R.H.

Two ad creatives, Nick Pringle and Clark Edwards have approached a host of their favourite image makers to design an alternative Royal wedding invite, in a project titled R.S.V.P.H.R.H.

An eye on Nobrow…

This year, several publications by printers and publishers Nobrow have appeared here on the blog in posts collecting Nice Publications. Now a few of their recently published projects warrant a post all of their own…

The Get Involved Poster Show

All the posters created during club-night Get Involved’s three year tenure at central London venue, The Social, have been reprinted for a new exhibition at Concrete Hermit…

Secret Blisters exhibition

Print Club London’s Secret Blisters exhibition of screenprints by 35 different artists opens next week in London…

Calling All Image Makers…

London-based screenprinting club, Print Club London is hosting another show of screenprints following the success of last years Blisters On My Fingers exhibition. Like last year, there will be 35 exhibiting artists (last year’s artists included Jon Burgerman, Steve Wilson, Richard Hogg, Serge Seidlitz, Jody Barton, Andrew Rae and Si Scott), 35 editioned and signed prints by each, selling for £35 a piece. Only this year, Print Club is offering the chance for all and sundry to be in the show which will take place in July at MC Motors in Dalston, London…

Build’s Get Involved poster, returned

Karl Escritt’s poster
When Build designed a poster for monthly musical shindig Get Involved that invited people to quite literally get involved – with the poster – he probably never expected he’d get to see the results of other peoples’ involvement. However, thanks to the combined power of blog post + myspace bulletin, dozens of you requested the “blank” file in order to get stuck in. Here are the 40+ posters that have been returned to us so far. Please be patient as it will take a little while for the full post to arrive on your screen. And get your scrolling finger warmed up…

Image makers get involved

Most of clubland’s promotional material is hardly the stuff of exhibitions. However, one monthly night called Get Involved has been making an effort to swim against the tide…

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