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An interview with illustrator Justin Wallis aka MILKBBI, as featured in Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration

The charming US based illustrator Justin Wallis featured in my first book of illustration back in 2009, and since then he's been incredibly busy...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Justin Wallis MILKBBI space girl notebook
Space Girl notebook from MILKBBI shop.

Arkansas based Justin Wallis featured in my first book of illustration. Since then he's been expanding his MILKBBI online product empire, as well as participating in numerous interesting collaborations and exhibitions across the world. Time to catch up!

It's nice to hear from you again after all this time, what have you been doing since you appeared in Amelia's Anthology of Illustration?
Hi Amelia, since being a part of Amelia's Anthology of Illustration I've mostly been focusing on creating products for my little online shop, it's been really fun. I'm still so new to the whole… read more

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Pre-London Fashion Week interview: fashion designer Flik Hall

In the run up to London Fashion Week, we chat with Flik Hall, fashion designer and print fanatic. She tells us about working with Giles Deacon and Henry Holland, and what 2011 has in store…

Written by Lauren Smith

Illustration by Karolina Burdon Young designer Flik Hall may have only set up her eponymous label in 2009, but she has already gained a following for her bold silhouettes and […]

Exhibition: 400 Women at Shoreditch Town Hall

175 artists take part in a new, confronting exhibition aims to highlight the murders of over 400 women in Mexico. Here's a summary with an interview with its curator, Tamsyn Challenger.

Written by Matt Bramford

Rosa Virginia Hernández Caro (31), by Sadie Lee A new exhibition in the basement of Shoreditch Town Hall aims to highlight the brutal murders of over 400 women in the […]

Mexican Art: Engravings of José Guadalupe Posada

Our new arts correspondent lives in Mexico: here she talks us through some wonderful inspiration from an exhibition at the Jose Guadalupe Posada Museum in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Written by Judy Elizabeth Wilson

Quijote, inspired by the story of Don Quijote de la Mancha . The Mexican culture I’ve become accustomed to is a mix of electric pinks and bright rainbow colours… everywhere… […]

An interview with photographer Andrew Meredith

Amelia’s Magazine talks to the pensive man behind the lens about his new exhibition ‘Excursions’, showing at Riverside Studios

Written by Kat Phan

Havana, Cuba 2009 How do you define good travel photography? I’m not sure what other people think but for me, it’s an image that beckons with its infusion of colours, […]

My Mum’s A Hippy: an interview with illustrator Monique Jivram

From textile art to illustration, Monique Jivram discusses her work with Amelia's Magazine

Written by Louisa Lee

British-Columbian artist and illustrator Monique Jivram sits down with Louisa Lee to discuss her work… You have a background in textile art, when and how did you become more interested […]


Earth Listings 26th October – 1st November 2009

Written by Adam S

This weeks listings; arts, training, films and festivals. Make sure you check out C words at some point, where Platform are putting on 50 events in the run-up to COP […]


Desconocida Unknown

University of Creative Arts, March

Written by Cari Steel

The Norwegian artist Lise Bjorne Linnert has created a project in response to the tragic, and ongoing situation in the Mexican border town of Juarez, which sits on the border […]

Año Uña – impossible romance in still-frame photographs

Luisa went to talk with Jonas Cuaron about photographs and such for his debut film ..., Photos by Daniel Orio

Written by Luisa Gerstein

“The film was an experiment”, says Jonas Cuaron, settling down across from me on a sofa at the Renoir this Saturday. I’ve come for the release of his debut film, […]