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September 15, 2009

Ben Aslett

Wonderfully weird, Ben Aslett's illustrations are funny and equally disturbing. They (for reasons unknown) remind of the 'Blue Meanies'. I like his use of mixed media, and vintage photos. Usually illustrators try and crowbar in quirky vintage photos and ephemera to try and make their work look more interesting, Ben however, utilises them in a way which is considered and with purpose. Resulting in humorous pastille pastiches.

September 8, 2009

Jonny Hannah

Two-tone shoe wearing Scot, Jonny Hannah was born & bred in Dunfermline, Scotland, I should know, he told me himself. He's a lovely man and not bad with a paintbrush to boot. Driven by Jazz and all things vintage, Jonny shows us how screen printing is done properly. I never get bored of his work and am lucky to say I own a couple of prints and a few of his books. I love them. Check out this animation (collaborated with Jonathan Hodgson), just beautiful. And while your at it, get out your wallets, dust off the cobwebs and purchase "Hot Jazz" (Amazon). A beautiful book, made with love, superior subject knowledge and more screenprints than you can shake a stick at. Video animation and more

September 4, 2009

Meng Chia Lai

Born in Yilan, Taiwan, Meng Chia Lai creates playful worlds with the intent on communicating a sincere, gentle language which is internationally recognizable. Her works share a warmth reminiscent of childhood, brief encounters and humane, idiosyncratic observations. Her ever growing collection of books are definately worth a gander. To describe her illustrations as childlike would be miss-guided, it is naive and pure of heart and thought. See more

September 3, 2009

Naive Nostalgia

Hello, this is my first post, I will endeavor to contribute some shameless self-advertising and let you all know a little bit more about me, but first I would like to introduce you to an artist I first stumbled across at the D&AD show, London, earlier on this year. Jack Teagle, a recent graduate from Plymouth University, celebrates nostalgic delights with a gifted hand. See more and continue reading





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