Mouselephant, by Vincenzo Fagnani. “More than a design studio, Mouselephant is a way of interpreting visual communication, which aspires to bring graphic design to the streets to fuel discussions on our society. It is the idea of using graphic design as a tool for an independent, spontaneous and active communication.” Extract from an interview from The Loopist.
Georgina Espasa, Serie CUBA. 2012, Photography. This serie will show her impression and fascination for the colourful and particular Caribbean style when traveling around the isle.
Flavita Banana, original Illustrations. Equipped with a unique ability to read people, she has created a unique style to draw characters stripped of their masks and formalities. Her work stands out for its sincerity, the mixture of emotions and, above all, for the great sense of humor.
Edition Edna, illustration. Edna has developed a double life, in one she is a profesional writer –her first novel has been just released – but in the one we’ll have the chance to see, she is and work as an illustrator. As she said about the way she works “the most important thing to me in drawing as in writing is storytelling. So i am interested in visual storytelling”
Alana Richards, serie of drawings, 2011. Graphite on paper. “Although I always carry a sketchbook around with me, I rarely draw in it outside of my studio. I tend to go through stages where I am obsessed with drawing, these stages sometimes last weeks….sometimes months. All of these drawings come from the longest period, 2010-2011 I was obsessively drawing and noting everything that crossed my path, drawings from art books, real life, imagination and often incorporating lyrics from songs, talk on the radio and words from my friends mouths.” This drawings were exhibited as part of FRAME Birmingham