Follow the title link to see an excellent little movie about the history of illustration at the New York Times Op Ed page celebrating the Op Ed page's 40th anniversary, many thanks to Kevin (The hauffmeister) Hauff for sending me the link.
Thursday, 17 February 2011
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
Recently visited the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and amongst other things found the illustrator Zara Wood's work interesting. The Brighton based illustrators show is on until the 27th February and is called Mirror Mime. The applied illustrations were the most interesting, particularly on the windows of the concourse and on objects such as cups and saucers, and brooches and boxes. Her simple black and white images seemed at home there rather than the more accepted formats of screen prints, although the screen prints on metallics, and mirrors had interesting qualities too. All images are courtesy of YSP.
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 14:09
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
A very good article on the art of the critique posted on the Disciples of Design all students take heed especially all those who actively avoiding crits - Year one students you know who you are:
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 06:39