Published twice a year, Wrap magazine is a celebration of the very best in contemporary illustration, design and creative culture. Here we share work by illustrators we admire, highlights from our magazine and news about our range of illustrated stationery products.
Order Wrap, issue 11, ‘Balance’ now from our online shop – wrap.bigcartel.com and receive a limited edition screen print of one of Lauren’s images.
Jamie Jones created this excellent image for Audi magazine to illustrate the benefits of working from home. We can’t get enough of all of the detail in this; from the steaming cup, to cat sitting on the back of the sofa – it makes us yearn to be working from home. See more of Jamie’s work at whoisjamiejones.com
For the latest issue of Wrap we were lucky enough to be able to work with the super talented illustrator Alex Walker who created this image, ‘Cosmic Sorbet’, in response to the issues theme of balance. Alex said he made this image with quite a free-form approach to try and capture a sense of visual balance and to make something ‘process-led and fun’.
Alex’s artwork is available as a pull-out print/wrapping paper in Wrap issue 11- ‘Balance’, alongside a in-depth interview with him. Order online at: wrap.bigcartel.com
Sharing screenshots of work-in-progress, personal projects and unpublished pieces, ‘Captures’ is the inspiring tumblr site of Parisian graphic designer and art director Leslie David, whose list of high-profile clients include Hermès, Colette and Nike. Featuring an array of her beautiful creations in soft pastel tones and smokey textures, artful paint slashes and colliding geometric shapes, it’s most definitely worth a scroll if you’re in need of a visual treat.
Oh how we wish we were in New York at the moment to see Jordy van den Nieuwendijk’s superb looking solo show ‘Wet!’ at the Moiety gallery (until 6th December). Full of lots of new works – including stunning hand-made rugs – all displaying his playful, colourful scenes and still lives, and his exploration of line, and negative space, we’re sure it would be a cracker to see.
… anyone want to bring it to London?!
Plenty more images to see over on Jordy’s site.