Picking the brains of Adam Tickle, the designer behind one of the year's most popular T-shirt designs.
We talk with Brooklyn based artist Grace Miceli aka Art Baby - the creative talent making a mark with her powerful and profound statements on key contemporary issues, cleverly masquerading as cute and colourful illustrations.
It's 2018 and bootleg fashion is thriving. Jolyon Webber helps us peel back the layers of parody and satire to see what makes the practice tick.
Birmingham based illustrator Dan Whitehouse AKA Super Freak walks us through his process, and tells us how he approached designing a T-Shirt for Notting Hill Carnival 2018.
We caught up with Claire Barrow after the launch of her new campaign, Claire Barrow Archive Revisited, to get some insight into the inner workings of one of the brightest minds currently in the game.
We sat down with Kerry O'Brien, CEO & Founder of YUAF and James Heather of The independent Music Cup/Ninja Tune to dig deep on the Independent Music Cup x Young Urban Arts Foundation collaboration.
Started nearly three years ago by hawk-eyed collector Kelly Angood, the account has built to nearly 30,000 followers, plenty of which come with serious creative clout. Take a look through the follower lists and it reads like a roll call of top global creators, from Wolfgang Tillmans to Baron von Fancy.
To be unique in a world that's saturated with amazing visuals is no easy feat. Somehow, though, Swedish visual artist Kom Tillbaka has found a way to navigate the world of graphic and visual art with seeming ease - maintaining a unique flavour from day one.
Over the last ten years, illustration has gained ever greater cultural currency. As well as taking advantage of new online platforms, artists have shown they're capable of more than 'just' commercial commissions – as Jean Jullien's stratospherically popular Peace for Paris symbol proves. And that is, in part, thanks to independent publisher Nobrow. Set up in 2008 as a small press, Nobrow did something few others were doing at the time and put illustration at the forefront of its books and magazines.
We caught up with Hayley and BRICK’s Editorial Director Sam Butler to talk about the power of independent publishing, all that the magazine stands for, and how it came to be...
After getting to know Josh, we weren’t content to leave it there. We had to understand the thinking behind his process more clearly, and look to tease out the lessons from his work ethic; lessons we hope will inspire and motivate others on their own creative journeys.
We sat down with Joy, on the eve of her first solo-exhibition, with a keen interest in understanding how she approached the brief, and in finding out what tips she has for other young artists.
How the political slogan T-shirt has become synonymous with cultural and political movements in 2018.
We hit up Jess ahead of our 50/50 project with Amnesty International to talk creative process, censorship, and challenging the status quo.
“There has never been a more important time to speak up for freedom of expression” says Kerry Moscogiuri, Campaigns and Communications Director at Amnesty International.
Recently, Bodil encountered one of the fashion industry’s biggest global problems: counterfeiting. Counterfeiting can be a lucrative business; in 2016 the annual value of the trade was estimated at about half a trillion dollars.
Curated by the fledgeling, self-styled cultural and creative agency Eleven Eleven, Command-F is a new initiative featuring some of London's most important young talents including Shaquille-Aaron Keith, Lotte Andersen, BBZ and more, all with their own design on a range of limited-edition tees.
Get to know the names behind the world's most striking contemporary urban art.
From OG cult online Instagram sellers to the new kids on the block. Fill your feed with the best archive fashion inspiration.
Smaller, newer brands are starting to make sustainable practice integral to their work, and here we’ve selected some of our favourites.
14 limited-edition t-shirt designs from Central Saint Martin’s best young graphic designers, all for a great cause.
In a career spanning more than two decades, Jamie Hewlett has changed the face of the British comic book and music industry.