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Posts Tagged ‘Anorak Magazine’

Bubble London January 2014 – Kidswear and Babywear Show Report

Lots of lovely kidswear, including Ruff & Huddle, Slugs & Snails, Småfolk, Le Bluu, Wild Things and more...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Ruff and Huddle tie dye sweat shirt

Last weekend I decided it was high time I found out more about the world of kidswear, so I made my first trip to Bubble London, a major childrenswear fashion trade show that takes place at the Business Design Centre twice a year. There were a huge number of brands on display, so I scooted around as fast as I could, catching up with old favourites and discovering new charms aplenty. Here's my run down of exciting kidswear, Amelia's Magazine style. More than a few of these will be available directly from my website when we relaunch; I can't wait.

Ruff and Huddle sweatsuit girls

Ruff & Huddle came into being just last year, and unsurprisingly they are attracting loads of attention: think cool urban kidswear, with many of the designs put together in collaboration with street artists and illustrators including read more

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Arts University College of Bournemouth: Feral Show 2012 Illustration Review

A very belated look at my top finds from AUCB illustration graduates in 2012, including D&AD award winner Natasha Durley.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Students from the Arts University College of Bournemouth habitually show in the last week or so of Free Range, with creative graduates from a number of disciplines (fine art, illustration …

Anorak Magazine presents the diaries of Oscar Kirk, circa 1919

I first read about this curious collaboration between Anorak Magazine and the Museum of London Docklands in my local rag. So when Cathy Olmedillas contacted me I was only too happy to find out more....

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Supermundane.
Anorak Magazine in collaboration with a bunch of my favourite illustrators, presents a show based on the diaries written by a London teenager nearly 100 years ago? Yes …

Exhibition: Nobrow Press presents Dungeons and Desktops by Jack Teagle.

Meet the new wunderkid of illustration: Jack Teagle loves superheroes and villains, boy scouts and ghosts in the forest.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Last night I went along to the official launch of the Nobrow flagship gallery and shop in the heart of Shoreditch – right on Great Eastern Street. They’ve got an …

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

Detail from illustration by Ville Savimaa.
Have you been to see the Pick Me Up show at Somerset House yet? If not why not? if you’re in London get your skates …