11th Pictoplasma Berlin

The world’s leading and largest Conference and Festival of contemporary character culture is back in Berlin, with a dense program of inspiring artist presentations, conference lectures, workshops, performances and of course, loads of character!

Top notch eye-candy for printaholics everywhere

Manchester-based gallery space and workshop Yuck Print House are on a mission to rid the world of boring, generic and twee art. Michelle Collier finds out more.

The Lost Generation

“Creative work has changed. It’s harder to distinguish the bit where passion ends and work starts.” Gemma Germains reflects on our ever changing industry and what the next generation need to learn.

Interview: Charlotte Mei

Illustrator and ceramicist Charlotte Mei is inspired by popular culture and an attitude of thinking forward with an open mind and heart.

Cartoons, comics and childhood friends

“I think a lot of my work is inspired by that weird time when you’re a teenager and you’re not who you are yet, but you’re trying to figure it out..” – Greg Kletsel.  

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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.
  • 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.
  • 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!