Tag: Varoom Magazine

  • Horfee Style for Varoom Magazine

    Horfee Style for Varoom Magazine

    Varoom Magazine is a wonderful magazine produced out by The Association of Illustrators – each issue is full of great content generally on a theme. The theme of the latest issue is STYLE – with thoughtful essays such as The Commerce of Style, The Culture of Style etc… As a regular contributor to the magazine […]

  • AOI – Illustration Awards Judging

    AOI – Illustration Awards Judging

      The Association of Illustrators is the most important organisation representing the rights of professional illustrators in the UK. They also have an essential role upholding standards and encouraging students into long standing careers in the profession. Each year they hold their annual awards in numerous categories and I’m pleased to say I’ve been asked to judge the Public Realm category. […]

  • Visualog – iPhone covers

    Sometime ago I wrote a piece for Varoom magazine about Brazilian illustration which identified current trends and talents coming from this vibrant scene. So it was a pleasure recently to work with a new company called Visualog from Japan to create a series of iPhone covers called Braziliance! using Brazilian artists. The artists we chose […]

  • Varoom Magazine 20 – Interesni Kazki

    Following on my regualar editorial contributions to Varoom magazine I recently wrote a small piece for the latest issue which takes the theme of “Muse”. My interpretation of “muse” was to take inspiration from dreams and the world of imagination, which made me think of the fantastic work of Interesni Kazki, the Ukranian street art duo […]

  • Varoom Magazine

    The latest issue of Varoom Magazine (17) features a six page article I was commissioned to write about the Brazilian illustration scene. The idea was look at benchmark moments within Brazilian creativity by focusing on themes such as craft, typography, sacred art and the strong influence of street art. It was a pleasure to showcase […]