Launching in 2008 with their first group show, Inkygoodness have grown to showcase new and emerging talent in illustration, character design and lowbrow art worldwide.
Curating exhibitions and events across the UK, Inkygoodness have travelled to Bristol, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Antwerp and Berlin; debuting their first international exhibition ‘Character Totem’ as part of the Pictoplasma Character Walk in 2011.
Inkygoodness provide a platform for new and emerging talent to showcase work alongside established artists, offering a unique opportunity to develop professional careers through self-promotion and networking. Inviting submissions from creatives around the globe, they have worked with artists from as far afield as Guatemala, Honduras, South Africa and USA.
Their latest design project ‘Beermat Characters’ launches on 30th April 2013 at The Coningsby Gallery in central London.
Who we are
|Lisa Hassell Founder & Creative Director|
|Founder and Creative Director of Inkygoodness, Lisa lives in Birmingham surrounded by a collection of artwork, magazines and books. Passionate about character design and low brow art, she is a self-confessed internet addict; trawling blogs, websites and flickr for creative talent. Her connections within the illustration and design community fuel her work as a design writer; covering illustration & industry trends.|
|Michelle Turton Co-Founder|
|As an illustrator, Michelle has exhibited internationally with Inkygoodness over the last 5 years. By day, Michelle works at a Creative Services Agency in Birmingham, and by night she continues to draw and produce illustrations for a variety of projects. Her work was recently featured in 1000 Portrait Illustrations, published by Quarry Books.Twitter / LinkedIn Get in touch: email@example.com
Inkygoodness continue to be a constant source of inspiration for me and i’m sure countless other illustrators. They are a brilliant showcase for new emerging talent and also established artists. I have been lucky enough to exhibit with them and cannot sing there praises enough! Be sure to check them out – Luke Brookes lukebrookesillustration.co.uk
Inkygoodness have proven themselves to be innovative, professional and at the forefront of exhibitions for contemporary illustrators and designers both in the UK and abroad. An important platform for emerging and established creatives. – Simon Wild simonwild.com
Working with Inkygoodness on a couple of different shows over the last six months has been an absolute joy. They are fantastic to work with, hugely supportive of new and upcoming talent as well as being totally on the ball with more recognized practitioners. Their passion for illustration and design really comes through in the ambitious and innovative shows they put on. – Gordon Reid middleboop.com
Lisa is a talented creative, her work as director of Inkygoodness has been simply brilliant. She has curated many interesting exhibitions and I have taken part in some of them, she is always supporting talented illustrators and creatives around the world. I would be only too happy to work with her again. – Muxxi muxxi.com
Inkygoodness ‘Play’ 2010