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.  

Q&A: Stephen Maurice Graham

Subtle narratives, eclectic form and playful colouration define the work of Irish illustrator Stephen Maurice Graham.

Interview: Let’s Be Brief

Inspired by the now and invested in the future, Let’s Be Brief connects the dots between culture, communications and business, providing insight for creative thinkers and doers.

Glug Brum: Midland Masters

Inkygoodness & Created in Birmingham present ‘Midland Masters’ – a series of talks by local designers, illustrators and creative studios celebrating the creative talent of the Midlands and beyond, in association with Glug.        

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  • What’s it all about?

    Inkygoodness operates as a showcase for artists working across illustration, character design & lowbrow art. We provide a platform for new and emerging talent to showcase work alongside established artists offering a unique opportunity for artists to develop professional careers through self-promotion and networking.

    Inkygoodness contributors include the likes of Muxxi, Simon Wild, Mc Bess, Mister Millerchip, Hattie Stewart, Billy & Alex and El Tobe.

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  • Projects

    Live drawing events, interior walls, outside spaces... any opportunity to get together and make stuff happen - it's what we're all about.
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  • Exhibitions

    Diverse collections of some of the hottest emerging illustrators and artists working in the industry today. Inkygoodness past exhibitions include Wonderland, Play & Character Totem.
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  • Networking

    Bringing creative people together is one of the best aspects of what we do. Scary, nerve-wracking or simply a necessary evil; however you approach networking – it’s never been this much fun!