This month sees the release of Once Upon a Jungle from Words and Pictures, a colourful guide to the food chain and jungle ecosystem. Written by Laura Knowles the book is beautifully illustrated by Middlesex graduate and freelance illustrator JAMES BOAST . Below are a selection of spreads from the book;
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As part of her final year work student MOLLY HOWARD-FOSTER has created a zine exploring the decline of independent music venues in the UK, focusing on her local venue. Below are a selection of spreads from the zine;
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Two of our 3rd year students, LAUREN WRIGHT and JACK WICKHAM have been selected for this year’s 11th Biennial Miniature Print exhibition. We are delighted to announce that Jack has also been awarded Legion Somerset Purchase Award and Honourable Mention. This juried biennial print competition and exhibition is limited to works that are no more than four square inches. The exhibition runs through August 27, 2017 in Connecticut.
Since its inception in 1997, the Miniature Print Exhibition has showcased the works of artists worldwide with renowned print curators and collectors serving as jurors.
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2015 Illustration graduate SACHIKO OGURI was recently part of her first group show in her home city of Tokyo. Below are several of her pieces from the show;
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As part of his final year recent graduate CHARLES JOHNSTON created this short comic about the possible mysteries that lurk below the ocean’s surface for the annual Johnathan Cape competition;
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Graduate JAMES OSES was recently commissioned by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to illustrate their Spitalfields headquarters. The SPAB was co-founded by William Morris and Philip Webb in 1877, and has since been devoted to the protection of historic buildings in the UK and elsewhere.
The black and white illustration was drawn on location and will be featured on canvas bags and postcards;
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