To help raise some much needed cash for his flight and living expenses during his trip, Matt is offering his illustration services to ‘draw’ his way there, by selling lots of lovely original drawings for as little as £5 – plus limited edition prints are also available to buy at his online store. Can’t see anything you like? Matt is taking requests on facebook too – find out more here!
Inkygoodness are heading to London this Saturday for the first official meet & greet hosted by The Publisher’s Club, founded in late 2009 by independent art/design magazine publishers – Dave Hughes from Ammo, Julian James from NewSugar and Bec Brown from Blanket.
United by a shared passion to drive the evolution of independent publishing within the creative industry, the Publisher’s Club aim is to bring creatives together to meet up, share ideas, network and connect with each other face to face – so, if you are an artist, designer, photographer, writer, or any other creative-type and you’re interested in meeting, networking, collaborating or simply making new friends, then come along to the first official PubClub meet and greet! Confirmed attendees include illustrators Gemma Correll, Dave Bain and Camelia Dobrin – and us! We’re really looking forward to it!
Following on from the excitement of Upfest, the next wave of illustration & graphic design exhibitions open in Bristol this weekend, kicking off with UK streetwear label AnyForty and their first exhibition ‘AnyForty Versus’, opening at the new Start the Bus art space on Saturday!
AnyForty have collaborated with 18 of the world’s finest illustration talent including 123 Klan, MegaMunden, Guy McKinley, Waste, Mr Bowlegs, iLK, 45 rpm and Another Example. Limited edition prints of work on show will be available to buy over the weekend for a bargain price of £10, with all proceeds going to Bristol based charity; Knowle West Media Centre.
Opening hours: Saturday 12th June – Sunday 13th June, 12noon – 6pm, Start the Bus gallery, Baldwin Street, Bristol.
We’re delighted to announce that the very talented illustrator Camelia Dobrin will be representing Inkygoodness in a live drawing event this weekend, as part of this year’s Urban Paint Festival in Bristol!
Unfortunately our good friend Chris Dorning (Moot) had to pull out at the last minute, and were were delighted that Camelia Dobrin was kind enough to step in. Camelia, originally from Romania, is based in Falmouth and is currently working as a freelancer for JESS3, aswell as keeping busy with personal illustration projects such as a recent project for OutSmart.
Cami will also be joining our line-up for our ‘Play’ exhibition in London later this year, along with 35+ artists and illustrators from around the globe.
More info on UPFEST here. See you there!