Interview: Miss Led

Striking portraiture and fluid line work for fashion, street art and interiors. We explore the work of this extraordinary and versatile artist.

Interview: Chris Silas Neal

With a touch of nostalgia and restraint, award winning illustrator Chris Silas Neal delights your eyes and tugs at your heartstrings.

My Tablet and Me: Video

Shot on location in West Sussex, Nottingham and Leeds and directed by Dimension 2, our My Tablet and Me video explores the creative process of three professional illustrators using tablet devices.

Interview: Jessica Roux

We talk to Brooklyn-based illustrator Jessica Roux about her regimented work process, dealing with rejection and the world’s many weird and wonderful plants that inspire her work.

Klaus Haapaniemi x Pocko

Pocko have just released their latest collaboration with designer Klaus Haapaniemi, a short animation inspired by his upcoming tableware collection for Finnish design company iittala.

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  • Hello & welcome

    Inkygoodness operates as a showcase for artists working across illustration, character design & graphic 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.

    Through our programme of curated exhibitions, networking events and our online blog we strive to champion illustration, character design and visual art worldwide.

    Inkygoodness contributors include Animaux Circus, Muxxi, Kristyna Baczynski, Billy + Alex, Felt Mistress, Mc Bess and Brothers of the Stripe.

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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!