Mark Hearld limited edition prints | St. Jude's Prints Born in 1974, Mark studied illustration at Glasgow College of Art and then completed an MA in Natural History Illustration at the Royal College of Art. Taking his inspiration from the flora and fauna of the British countryside, Mark works across a number of mediums, producing limited edition lithographic and linocut prints, unique paintings, collages and hand-painted ceramics. We share Mark’s admiration for artist/designers such as Bawden, Piper, Nash – artists well regarded for their forays into the world of commercial design. Mark has recently completed commissions for Faber & Faber and Tate Museums. In Autumn 2012 Merrell Books published "Mark Hearld's Work Book" - the first book devoted to Mark's work. We have also prepared a short film about Mark's inspirations and working methods. You might also like to view Mark's award winning fabrics and wallpapers for St. The prints shown below are in stock and available for online purchase.
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feed - Research and Development Design, logo and Identity for Kunst i Oslo – a collaboration between the Red Cross and art institutions in Oslo that offers free admission to individuals who are in an integration phase. www.kunst-i-oslo.no May 2016 Zwinger und Ich – book design for Network for Nordic Contemporary Ceramics – Heidi Bjørgan, Christin Johansson, Gitte Jungersen, Mårten Medbo, Gustaf Nordenskiöld, Irene Nordli, Kjell Rylander, Caroline Slotte and Kristine Tillge Lund in conversation. Essays by Nina Malterud and Mikkel B Tin. ISBN 978-91-637-9718-7. March 2016 Book design for artist Lisa Torells’ editorial project Plats till Plats – 9 artists on site-specific work. New identity and site for Oslo Kunstforening (Oslo Fine Art Society). Identity and catalogue design for the MA Degree Show 2015, Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, Norway.www.kunstakademietitromso.noDecember 2015 One Way or Another. Book design for artist Morten Torgersrud project Lumps. New logotype for Oslo Kunstforening (Oslo Fine Art Society).
Keflouis XIV "Home street rue" icinori | Icinori, studio and publishing, illustrations and books. Popshot magazine: poetry in motion | Blog | Computer Arts magazine Back in issue 169 of Computer Arts we told you about a new independent magazine called Popshot. They were matching new poets with up-and-coming illustrators and producing something the literary world hadn't seen before. What started as an interesting creative project has become an inspiring publishing success story. With sales growing each issue, Popshot isn't only available online anymore, but is stocked at over 45 locations around Britain and exported to 18 countries. Freshly redesigned, issue eight has just been released and it's dedicated to the theme of birth. "Popshot has been redesigned and relaunched with a new remit as 'The Illustrated Magazine of New Writing'," explains founder Jacob Denno. But don't worry, the illustration is still in there and in the new issue you'll find work by Chris Thornley, Rupert Smissen, Darren Hopes, Peter Strain and many more. The magazine has kept its uncoated paper, vegetable inks and perfect-bound spine.
Replay | Vertical Garden Design The project at the new Replay concept store in Florence was completed in spring 2009. The vertical garden is a part of an ecological theme developed by the architects. It covers a 7m high L-shaped wall in the 3-storey boutique. The garden is inspired by the undergrowth of a temperate forest, similar to what could be found in the lower parts of the hills not too far away from the city of Florence. There is a base of plants with medium sized leaves, like Aglaonema, Philodendron, Syngonium, Microsorum and a few other ferns as well. As the wall is used as background for displaying the brands jeans products, hanging close to the wall, there is a limited space for using more voluminous plants. [ITA] Il progetto nel nuovo concept store Replay di Firenze è stato completato nella primavera del 2009. La base è realizzata con piante a foglia di media dimensione, come Aglaonema, Philodendron, Syngonium, Microsorum, e altre felci.
Brian Danaher ::: Illustration / MN State Fair MN State Fair Cheerios Wall Street Journal 1 Wall Street Journal 2 PCWorld Old & New Project Heisman Trophy St. Patrick's Day Fishers of Men Cemetery Friends EP Rabbit Children Music Online LearningSoCal Gas Portrait Ben Bridwell What I ate at the MN State Fair Series depicting everything I ate while attending the Minnesota State Fair.