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Posts Tagged ‘Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration’

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Jean-Pierre Braganza (by Amelia)

Jean-Pierre Braganza presented new A/W 2011 collection Positronyx at Northumberland House on Friday 18th February 2011. Powerful. Amazonian. Wonderful...

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Emilio de la Morena by Faye West
Emilio de la Morena LFW A/W 2011 Collection: Illustration by Faye West

Apparently Emilio de la Morena has lengthened his silhouette. His pieces are now touching, viagra sale or over the knee, prostate ‘signalling a new direction that is stricter and more refined.’ The body con is still there of course, order remaining tighter than a wetsuit, and both wigglier and feistier than Mad Men’s, Joan. That’s exactly what the collection made me think of: Joan and Jessica Rabbit. This translates to: HOT... but sophisticated.

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Christmas Gifts: Art, Jewellery and Homeware Ideas

My second Christmas gift round up features lots of handmade, upcycled and unique goodies from the likes of 123 Bethnal Green Road, London Kills Me, Tatty Devine and the Soma Gallery

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Timothy Hunt. A couple of days ago *ahem, price medications more like a week* I put a callout on twitter for people to send me their fabulous ideas […]

Pencil Chit Chat with Jess Wilson and Liv Bargman

Whilst drawing on the walls of Concrete Hermit for the launch of Amelia's Anthology of Illustration Jess Wilson approached Liv Bargman with the idea of being illustration pen pals under the name Pencil Chit Chat. Here is what they do.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

For the December 2009 launch of Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration, treat Amelia invited the participating artists to draw on the walls of Concrete Hermit. During a day of creative scribbling, […]

Amelia’s Compendium of Fashion Illustration: Open Design Brief

My brand new open design brief is designed to champion the work of fashion illustrators. It runs until Sunday 18th July 2010, for production of a book due out at the end of this year. Read on for more info...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Bora Aksu A/W 2010 by Gemma Milly. See original post here. ***Please note that this brief is now closed: you can now order a copy of this book online by […]

Seven Little Houses animation for the 4th Annual Aniboom Awards: the inside scoop.

Lesley Barnes and Thereza Rowe talk about their joint submission for the Aniboom animation competition, and the importance of Twitter to illustrators.

Written by Amelia Gregory

It’s the day before the general election and the concluding part of Amelia’s Magazine interview with Think Act Vote founder Amisha Ghadiali. Tomorrow you have a chance to vote, mind […]

Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair at Somerset House: Review

A review of the Pick Me Up exhibition at Somerset House, which featured many of the illustrators that have graced the pages of both Amelia's Magazine and Amelia's Anthology of Illustration.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Hobbs-Press Day 2010-Karen Boyd Now, advice I don’t normally write blogs about high street clothes shops. But I’m gonna break my rule this time. Earlier this week I went along […]

Colourful Coffins become a Happy Journey

A few of the illustrators that feature in Amelia's Anthology of Illustration have got together to set up an exciting new venture: the Happy Journey Collective. Read on to discover what you can do to get involved.

Written by Abigail Daker

Colourful Coffins Lesley Barnes Thereza Rowe Abigail Daker Colourful Coffins from Lesley Barnes, about it Thereza Rowe and Abigail Daker. A couple of weeks ago, pharmacy while playing around on […]

The London Book Fair: the volcanic fallout on attendance in April 2010

I went to the London Book Fair to find out how Amelia's Anthology of Illustration is faring in the global book market. And how the global book market is faring with the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano.

Written by Amelia Gregory

London Book Fair- empty stand The London Book Fair is held yearly at Earls Court in West London and it is the primary place for book publishers, pharm distributors, information […]

Smooth As A Milkbbi’s Bottom

Remember Justin Wallis? He's an illustrator who lives in Arkansas and features in Amelia's Anthology of Illustration. He is ace. His new video is called Puppy Love.

Written by Sabrina Morrison

When given the choice to interview a few illustrators for

Sketchbook Pop up shop and talk with Amelia Gregory

The Sketchbook Magazine pop up shop has been running in Carnaby Street for over a month. Last week our very own Amelia gave a talk to a crowded room, including Nicola Machetti, who writes here...

Written by Nicola Machetti

Sketchbook Magazine team member Cleide Carina inspects the wall of signatures from attendees. Spring is here and the Sketchbook pop up shop has been flourishing at the heart of Carnaby […]

Eyjafjallajökull: clear blue skies and no aeroplane contrails.

Using the twitter hashtag #contrailfree I collected images of the hyperreal crystal blue skies we experienced over London and much of the UK over the weekend.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Bethnal Green contrailfree gavin mackie A view over the City of London by Gavin Mackie. Well, this it’s Monday and there are still no planes in the sky above my […]

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Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration Launch Party at Concrete Hermit

Written by Amelia Gregory

Image courtesy of Christopher Raeburn Christopher Raeburn A designer whose name is never far from any eco fashion list is that of Christopher Raeburn, viagra sale who is famed for […]