Inspiration

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Our collection of London Transport Museum posters are not only wonderful mementos of London’s past, but they showcase British illustrative design at its best.

The Edit

Celebrate 4th July with iconic artists from the USA and a curated edit that's more American than apple pie!

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Adeline is a French screen printer and artist based in Berlin. Her experimental style ranges from bold graphic illustration to vintage filmic prints, both hinting at an intriguing narrative.

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Strongly influenced by all things mid-century, UK artist Gillian Martin combines traditional ink and paint with digital medias to create quirky illustrations.

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Karen Birchwood uses bold and vibrant colours to reflect the beauty of her surroundings through land and seascapes. Join us as we talk to Karen about her journey as an artist and the stories behind her work.

Trends & Ideas

Archigram was the six-man avant-garde architecture collective that exploded onto the fringe design scene in 1961.

Trends & Ideas

Our insider's guide to the year's 'must see' art exhibitions will inspire you for the world of creativity that waits ahead.

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Artist Story: Julia Trigg

Full of authentic texture and detail, meet the Brighton-based artist who collects vintage ephemera and uses it to create richly coloured, contemporary collages.

The Edit

As part of our commitment to the local creative industry, we are proud to support and publish a diverse group of Sussex based artists. From Brighton to Lewes, Eastbourne and Hove, we celebrate our long-standing relationships with the Sussex creative community. 

The Edit

In recognition of Earth Day, we celebrate the environment and all its elements with our edit by photographers influenced by landscape and nature.

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On what would have been Andy Warhol's 93rd birthday, we reflect on the artworks that cemented the poster boy of Pop Art's enduring fame around the world.

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The British artist is known for his unique, subversive form of portraiture that treats the human form not as a subject in itself, but as a void to be filled with rich historic material. The bold conceptual roots of this work explores collective identity, consumer waste, pop culture and found art.

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Created by artists for artists, DACS is a not-for-profit organisation that works to transform the financial landscape for artists. Join us in conversation with DACS Copyright Licensing Manager, Elizabeth Walley

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Discover the work of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, established after Warhol's sudden death in 1987.