Kavel Rafferty makes a poster for last weekend's Food Truck Market in Barcelona.
Van Van Barcelona commissioned the piece to advertise July's 'food truck convoy' which took place at Aeroclub Empordà - a flying school just outside Barcelona.
Dourone leaves his distinctive mark at Neerpede.
While in Brussels, Dourone took some time to paint vibrant masked faces at the famous spot of Anderlech real outdoor museum.
Donough O'Malley creates a striking gig poster for The Sonics.
This is Donough's second gig poster in collaboration with the print collective - Tiny Little Horse. Limited edition signed screen prints have been produced from the image for legendary American garage rockers The Sonics, they'll be available to buy at the band's concert in Bristol UK tonight and online after the event.
Having worked on Bill Wyman's website logo, Ruth Rowland was delighted to be asked to work on his latest album - Back to Basics.
This is Bill Wyman's first solo album in the UK since 1982, and is stripped back, clean and accomplished. Ruth says "To reflect this approach, I kept it simple - working with pencil, I produced sheet after sheet of name and title script until the forms were fluid and relaxed, yet still legible. I’ve been working quite a bit with pencil recently and have enjoyed exploring its versatility as a lettering tool." This theme was continued on the album inlay with song titles drawn and fitted to the shape of Bill’s guitar, with matching script on the disc labelling and the single, What & How & If & When & Why.
above - Lee's prints hot off the press
From next week, Lee Hodges will be showing his spectacular prints at North Street Gallery in Ashburton.
The exclusive giclee prints range from gig posters to album covers and will be exhibited from August 3rd through to August 22nd at the quaint space in Devon. Lee has teamed up with Spectrum Photographic in producing some fantastic quality prints which will be on sale - enjoy a glass of wine and some rambunctious music at the private view on 5th August from 7-9pm!
"Lee Hodges comes from deepest, darkest Kernowfornia – also known as Cornwall. The sea and coastline have always been a part of his life, and today he lives on the foothills of Dartmoor, in Devon. In addition to his vibrant, mixed media illustration work, Lee is also likes to DJ and runs club arts nights in the Southwest of England. He loves to explore and experiment with a range of creative media, but drawing was his first love and that’s what drives him as an illustrator. Music, folklore and Latin culture are major sources of inspiration for Lee, in particular the striking imagery surrounding Dia de los Muertos. Lee's recent work has included commissions from world re-nowned establishments such as The Lincoln centre of performing arts in New York, the RHS society, Readers Digest, several big editorials, festival artworks and posters word wide."
This awesome portrait of Liam Gallagher is by Miss Led for T3 Magazine.
Miss Led has been the contributing artist for the gadget magazine for the last three issues and continues her work for the team with an illustration of the Oasis lead singer Liam Gallagher. We look forward to seeing more...
Andy Council paints a huge whale mural at Upfest - Europe's largest Street Art festival.
The flying whale stretched over a sea-like city is made up of houses and towers and is a tribute to Andy's friend who passed away earlier this year. Andy says "Luckily the wall had a tree under which to take shelter from the bad rain storms over the weekend!"
Just released, 'Fun in the Sun' is a picture book written and illustrated by David Catrow.
The story is about David's most favourite thing to do - packing up all his stuff and heading out to the beach! Except his main character is a French bulldog in a speedo with his pet goldfish enjoying a full day of comical adventures. He says "I just think anything wearing a speedo is just too funny...All of my books start out as a desire to experience something initially, they are simply favourite characters or environments, and it is from this medium that the story emerges. But most importantly, I approach the visual story as if words have never existed..." Published by Holiday House, NY, Fun in the Sun is available now.