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Damien Hirst and Ai Weiwei grace London's Square Mile


As this week’s public art-themed Nicer Tuesdays reminded us, it’s all too easy to take the masterpieces in full view around the city for granted.

It's time for Things! Here's the best stuff we got sent in June


I’m not quite sure how it’s already July, but another month has rolled by which means it’s time for a studio round-up of all things bright and beautiful.

Damien Hirst and Ai Weiwei grace London's Square Mile


As this week’s public art-themed Nicer Tuesdays reminded us, it’s all too easy to take the masterpieces in full view around the city for granted.

Chris (Simpsons Artist) illustrates creative roles surreally accurately


Working in the creative industries can surely be odd enough at times, but to add an extra dollop of the ludicrous and surreal is Chris (Simpsons Artist), who’s helpfully depicted how ten creative roles really pan out.

D&AD announces New Blood Award winners


D&AD has announced the winners of the New Blood Awards, which celebrate young creatives. The winners were selected from designers that responded to real briefs set by Airbnb, BBC, WWF, Facebook, Nationwide, npower, Pantone, i-D, Monotype, John Lewis, TalkTalk, VICE, WeTransfer and WPP.

All hand-knitted stop motion follows the nude residents of Woolly Bush


In one of the more surreal email missives I have received, Sarah Simi informed me of her equally surreal labour of love: an entirely hand-knitted stop motion animation set in a charming little town called Woolly Bush.

Helena Hauss' biro drawings capture the mischief of being a teenager


While elegant fountain pens and carefully crafted pencils are a joy to write and doodle with, there’s something familiar and comforting about casting lines of biro onto a clean sheet of paper.

Gurafiku founder Ryan Hageman on the wonder of Japanese graphic design


Clicking on to Japanese graphic design website Gurafiku is something like stepping feet first into a black hole of graphic design porn, in the very best of ways.

All hand-knitted stop motion follows the nude residents of Woolly Bush


In one of the more surreal email missives I have received, Sarah Simi informed me of her equally surreal labour of love: an entirely hand-knitted stop motion animation set in a charming little town called Woolly Bush.

Helena Hauss' biro drawings capture the mischief of being a teenager


While elegant fountain pens and carefully crafted pencils are a joy to write and doodle with, there’s something familiar and comforting about casting lines of biro onto a clean sheet of paper.

Introducing Camberwell graduate Anna Skeels' painterly illustration


With careful composition and a beautiful colour palette, it’s hard to resist illustration student and It’s Nice That Graduate Anna Skeels’ wonderful work.

London markets shot by photographer and LCC grad Ellen Syrjala


Ellen Syrjala’s work manages to capture the beauty in the everyday, and that’s part of the reason why photography student is one of our It’s Nice That Graduates this year.

Raw and compelling portraits by photography talent Sophie Mayanne


Fashion communication and styling student and It’s Nice That Graduate Sophie Mayanne has an incredibly strong portfolio of images that play with the notions of self-expression.

Introducing Kingston grad and designer Joel Antoine-Wilkinson


Over years of putting together innovative degree shows and churning out ideas-based projects instead of aesthetically pleasing ones, Kingston’s graphic design students have established a firm place for themselves in the industry as thinking way outside the box.

Dillon Biltcliffe Newell's work straddles design, illustration and 3D graphics


Graphic design graduate Dillon Biltcliffe Newell is one of a new generation of designers who are experimenting with traditional media in innovative and newfangled ways.

Vibrant, playful work from Camberwell grad and painter Lewis-John Henderson


Lewis-John Henderson makes paintings that feel like a cross between Pop Art, and that episode of The Magic Schoolbus where they travel inside one of their fellow pupils’ bodies in order to see his red blood cells up close.

Expressive illustration of people and places by Philippine d'Otreppe


“When I was younger I wanted to be a farmer-painter,” Philippine d’Otreppe tells us nonchalantly, opening our eyes to farming-painting as a viable new profession.

Graphic designer Tommy Spitters' impassioned, politics-fuelled portfolio


“I remember when I told my parents I wanted to go to art school,” graphic designer Tommy Spitters tells us.

Cheeky, weird and downright rude 3D renders by designer Anton Hjertstedt


Graphic designer and It’s Nice That Graduate Anton Hjertstedt creates the kind of unexpected work we dream of finding.

Animator and illustrator Michael Driver's concise and communicative images


London-based illustrator Michael Driver is only a few weeks out of his BA Illustration and Animation course at Kingston University, but he’s already swimming in commissions.


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