Jelly embarked on their trip to Café 1001 for the first See No Evil of 2013 to take in a beer and listen to the wise, exciting and informative words offered by Brighton based studio, ATYP.
Award-winning hand lettering artist, Alison Carmichael has helped to raise a staggering £1600 for child neglect prevention charity, Action for Children.
Alison was approached by creative event organiser, Playdesk to do a talk at their first guest site, Coley Porter Bell. Sales of tickets, along with sales of her prints and product range, helped to raise the large sum for the charity.
Jelly artists, Brand Nu, Matt Johnstone, Jo Bird and house artist, Lauren Gentry recently took part in the Helping London Look Its Best exhibition, in association with Olympic sponsor, P&G.
Our artists were asked by Art Director, Senan Lee from London advertising agency, Leo Burnett to create an illustration based around a theme of cleaning up the city for the 2012 Olympics.
The medium? Instead of the typical Wacom tablets and Photoshop, pencils or paints that our artists are used to, they were asked to clean a dirty tube wall with their image, using their fingers, clothes… or whatever they fancy!
Earlier this month, jelly artist Brand Nu was invited to speak at Montreal Meets 2, a two day design festival in the heart of Quebec, Canada.
Radim (Brand Nu) was one of just five renown designers taking to the stage; his 90-minute talk touched on many subjects regarding his career as a freelance illustrator in current business and creative climate, where everything is still possible to achieve.
For one week only, from 30th January until 5th February 2012, North London’s Jealous Gallery and Print Studio is set to take up residence in the windows of Heal’s flagship Tottenham Court Road store, turning the area into a live studio space where original and limited edition artworks will be created.
Jealous will be printing Damien Weighill‘s infamous Queen image live in the windows of Heal’s. Customers will also have the opportunity to print their own ‘moustache mask’ – there will be approximately six moustache shapes to choose from and a rainbow selection of inks to print them with!
Check the Heal’s website for more info and to find out about the other exciting art and artists that are lined up throughout the week.