Glug Birmingham: Midland Masters 21.08.14

Live Art, Creative Talks (Alex Fowkes, Studio Output, WASTE Studio, PROVIDE, Well Made Studio, FRUKT & Hero of Switzerland), Outdoor BBQ & Pop-Up Art Market.

Through the eyes of a traveller

Fresh from his travels in Copenhagen, we catch up with artist David Shillinglaw to reflect on his experience, his childhood roots and life on the road.

Inspired collaboration for Finnish brand Paulig

Artists Owen Gildersleeve and Janine Rewell combine vector illustration and paper craft to design a breath taking ad campaign for Finnish coffee company Paulig.

Interview: Hato Press

Printing and publishing house Hato Press are based in London, offering a range of graphic design, print and publishing services. Starting out with just one risograph printer in 2006, the initiative has grown from strength to strength. We go behind the scenes to find out more.

Mimi Leung: Gory yet Cute

Mimi Leung’s latest solo show Australian Roadkill draws inspiration from the unfortunate fate of kangaroos, wombats, rabbits and birds on our rural roads. Inkygoodness talks to the artist to find out more.  

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