Month: June 2021

Painter Gina Beavers produces fine art from the millions of pictures of Instagram

We can expect to see Gina’s work soon at Frieze London in October 2021, and an upcoming show at the Neuer-Essener-Kunstverein in Germany also in autumn. The paintings of phone camera food pictures, in particular,

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Mickaël Emile on his typeface Clinker, inspired by 3D-printed concrete

“It was both relevant with our inspiration and process because it helped us to maintain some consistency between our drawings while not seeing each other,” he details of the method that took place over the

Green shoots of recovery

“Arts education is about discovery,” says Sachini Imbuldeniya, founder and managing director of Studio PI – an award-winning agency with a mission to promote equality and celebrate diversity across photography and illustration. “It’s where you

In her illustrations, Jenifer Prince recreates vintage pulp comics as sapphic love stories

“I started to illustrate to express myself, my own feelings and desires,” Jenifer Prince tells It’s Nice That on growing up as a queer adolescent in Brazil. Jenifer’s portfolio is now an impressive pastiche of

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Terrell Villiers on creating a space for Black and queer bodies within cartoons

Yet, it’s not just introspection that Terrell draws inspiration from. He proudly calls his characters “fan art” of his friends, pointing to how each of them is in some way alluding to those he knows

How Strava built a billion dollar fitness app

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Aga Giecko, Yuk Fun and 17 more illustrators submit prints in aid of Stop Asian Hate charities

“It lit a fire under me and in April I promised myself I would do something to change the narrative. I’ll change what I can, I’ll build my own platform. I decided to use my