Alice Devine’s work centers around exploring human behaviour. A Couch in Skegness is a collection of short stories and fillers written and illustrated by Devine and is consequently quite a dark, saddening look into the lives of the lonely. Her witty, subtle humor, combined with her amusing drawings, result in a clever, entertaining and sympathetic observation into life in the internet age.
Tara Darby’s work spans fashion, music, journalism, advertising and fine art. I’ve chosen Elba Campers, a personal project, because it reveals her sense of warmth and her want to document the world she is immersed in.
American artist Noah Doely’s time-consuming method of capturing an image using the ancient wet collodion process really pays off when the final photograph is developed.
Just finishing at Brighton with a degree in Illustration, Katie Scott is one of my favourites from this year’s graduates. Her intricate watercolors resemble medical drawings, but with a closer look, reveal beautifully surreal diagrams of hybrid creatures.
The team at Moodshare have created a whole new way of sharing and selling ideas. Designed as a digital alternative to the Moodboard, Moodshare allows you to collaborate online with colleagues or clients.