“It’s a lifestyle, not a job.” – Mike Perry

We talk monographs, Wondering Around Wandering and Kickstarter with the Brooklyn based artist.

Interview: Martin Nicolausson

Martin Nicolausson combines digital and analogue elements to create abstract artworks which are nostalgic and bold in equal measure.

Psychedelic, tribal and galactic

We discover the inspiration behind the other-worldly creations of South African street artist MYMO.

My First Steps in the Illustration Business

Spanish illustrator Magoz conceives his own way of expression focusing on the conceptual value of the images, aspiring for minimalism and simplicity.

Expressive and emotive work by Keith Negley

Muted colors and painterly textures create emotive pieces which stand strong by articles discussing anguish and hardship. Material is king.

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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!