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Posts Tagged ‘Beach London’

Pick Me Up 2016: A Round Up of My Favourite Finds

Pick Me Up London 2016 took place at Somerset House - it's a fantastic place to check out all the latest illustration and graphic design talent. Here's my review.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Pick Me Up 2016 took place earlier this year, and although I shared my best picks of the show on instagram I never got around to posting anything on Amelia’s Magazine. So here, a mere half year down the line, are my favourite finds. Enjoy!

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Marie Jacotey is a French artist exploring what it means to be a girl.

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George Douglas works in a pop art collage style. He is based in Scotland.

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Milhouse From Memory: A Belly Kids Book by Kieran Gabriel

Kieran Gabriel explains what inspired this intriguing project and explains how you can get involved.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Josh Wayles. Cult indie book publisher Belly Kids is collaborating with Kieran Gabriel to produce a book dedicated to the Simpsons character of Milhouse. And you can get involved: to […]

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Meet Mateusz Napieralski: Featured Artist from That Which We Do Not Understand

Meet Mateusz Napieralski, also know as Gust of Wind. His Tribal Cumulus artwork is a whirling world of magic, featured in my 10th anniversary book and available as a limited edition gold leaf print.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Mateusz Napieralski (also known as Gust of Wind) works from a studio in London, where he explores the relationship between the handmade and the digital. Tribal Cumulus explores the unknown […]

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Sister Like You by Bellykids at Lik + Neon

Fans of contemporary illustration will love this new book from cult indie publishers Belly Kids, featuring fierce women rulers. Now on show at Lik + Neon.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Sister Like You front cover by Ellie Andrews. Sister Like You is the new book from cult indie publishers Belly Kids, featuring illustrations and stories about some of the fiercest […]

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Pick Me Up London 2014: graphic arts exhibition review

Pick Me Up is over for another year, but here's a reminder of the wealth of talent on show at the 2014 exhibition... be inspired.

Written by Amelia Gregory

This year I went along to the Pick Me Up exhibition at Somerset House on a quiet weekday, giving me plenty of space to walk around the exhibits and chat […]

Christmas Gift Ideas 2013: Homeware and Prints for the Wall

Stuck for a last minute Christmas present? Why not support one of these talented designer makers, creating wonderful and unique homeware and prints for the home.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Scout Editions: mistletoe in a bottle card. When my new website launches you’ll be able to find unique hand made designer items to suit all aspects of your life. Homeware […]

Kingston University: RARE Illustration and Animation Ba Hons Graduate Show 2012 Review part two

A whole heap of talent in my second round up from the Kingston illustration degree show.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Continuing on from my first review of Kingston University Illustration and Animation graduates, here’s more great talent found at the RARE this summer. Otto Shillingford created an incredible Alphabet for […]

Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair 2012: Illustrator Emma Block Reviews

This year's Contemporary Graphic Art Fair Pick Me Up as seen from an up and coming illustrator's point of view. Amelia's Magazine contributor Emma Block reviews her fave picks.

Written by Emma Block

Illustration by David Sparshott. Each year the relatively new addition to the art and design calendar that is Pick Me Up seems to find it’s feet a little more and […]

Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair 2012: Review

Wonderful work from a huge array of galleries, collectives, online shops and many more. Here's my pick of artwork to buy at this year's Pick Me Up London.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Following on from my review of the newcomers in Pick Me Up Selects section it’s time to take a look at the rest of the exhibitors at this year’s fair. […]