We've previously looked at how to go about getting your first commission and how to handle creative compromise once you’ve started out, now we turn our focus to the ups and downs of working from home as a freelancer.
We headed to Stain Shade's (AKA James Brackenbury) recently to catch him at work, so we thought we’d pick his brains on launching a brand while we were at it.
Starting out as a Facebook group that evolved into, first an app, then a media platform, in every guise Trippin has served as a community for young creatives bonded by their love of travel. Ahead of our 50/50 project, we hit up with one third of the trio, Kesang, to talk about the journey to launching Trippin’, inclusivity, and visibility.
We’re proud to announce that we’re working with Justice4Grenfell as our partner for this year’s 50/50 project.
Having looked at how to go about getting your first commission, we now turn to a key question for anyone working regular freelance graphic design, illustration, or design jobs - how to avoid creative compromise.
As recently as ten, or even five, years ago, the phrase ‘sustainable clothing brands’ would have conjured up images of faded T-shirts and baggy hemp trousers. Sustainability was still a niche consideration in fashion, and few mainstream designers were making it a priority.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a potential collaborator, or simply looking for inspiration, we’ve rounded up some of the artists turning heads with their typography art, prints and tees in 2019.
An interview with writer, creative strategist, and vintage tee connoisseur Chris Black.
We look at perhaps the biggest question for anyone starting out: how to get your first commission. For insights from Kyle Platts and Aistė Stancikaitė into everything from how much work you should be making, whether you need to compromise on style, and how to start building up contacts, read on.
From tarot reading’s newest incarnation as hobby, to the rise of the astrology meme and the phenomena that is Stranger Things, we can’t be the only ones to notice that culture’s taken a distinctly supernatural turn in recent years.
With things hotting-up, we've taken a second to dig-out 21 of the best summer T-shirt designs launched on Everpress across the past few months.
Through Behind The Design we’re giving step-by-step insight into how our top creators approached designing some of the most-loved T-shirt designs on Everpress.
Bosnia and Hercegowina born, Basel-based and raised digital native Ana Brankovic on learning by making mistakes, why her immediate surroundings inspire her, and the worst advice she's been given.
Illustrator Jay Wright has carved out an enviable career while staying true to his style and roots. We caught up with him in his studio for a chat about his influences, inspiration, and plant collection.
The brainchild of Amy Tibbles, Adam-Morton Delaney, Charlie Jeffries and Scarlett Chetwin, A Change of Kit is the initiative launched to celebrate the 2019 Women’s World Cup.
Teejerker has been on our radar for a while, so it was only a matter of time before founder Matt Sloane stepped into the hot seat to discuss merch, holy grail pieces and sustainability.
We chat with Grand Matter for insight into what agencies look for in artists, what drives their work, and what the role of the agency is today.
We caught up with Italian illustrator Emma Allegretti to explore what's driving her on her mission to erase ignorance around mental health, one work at a time.
We discuss the books, paintings and poetry that influence Joy’s creative process as they release their first curated collection of T-shirts featuring Liam Cobb, Joey Yu, Olivia Twist, Hannah Hill, Catherine Morton-Abuah, Ines J, NoiamReiss and Megan Bell Lucki.
After responding to our "5 Senses" brief with her first collection of T-shirts, we spoke to French illustrator Charlotte Chauvin to discuss how her intimate drawings became an exploration of love, relationships, erotica, distance and solitude.
Having reviewed 2018 through a list of 31 of our favourite designs featuring established names like Ben Arfur, Jacob Wise and Joy Miessi (alongside a bright bunch of talented newcomers), we now cast our eye to a fresh selection of 20 designs that launched on our platform in the first quarter of 2019.
Australian designer Bradley Pinkerton breaks down the key elements behind good graphic design for music.