Check out the SUPERPOP JUICY WORKS OF 

DAVID SHILLINGLAW
UK Artist 
b. 1982








ABOUT :

David Shillinglaw, is a London-based artist born to British parents in Saudi Arabia. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2002 he has exhibited in galleries in Japan, China, The Gambia, Holland and key cities such as NY, London, Berlin and Istanbul.Shillinglaws work moves between street and studio, from small handmade book, to paintings on canvas, and large scale wall murals. He has also applied his fine art practice to a number of other contexts, which range from theatre set designs, to album cover designs. Past commissions include illustrations for The British Council Annual Report, murals for Converse and The Dulwich Picture House and a limited edition bag design for Agnes b. 

"David is a mind adventurer, where the left half of the brain explores the right one. Unanswered, impulsive, instinctive and restlessThe result is a powerful and fresh interpretation of everyday reality. His art has the appeal of Pop but a friendly, subtle, self-effacing Pop that presents the ordinary and delights the viewer when he shows that you have your best conversation with yourself". -Jaybo Monk







































THANKS FOR THE WONDERFUL WORKS D.S. 

CHECK OUT THE EDGY ILLO'S OF ,

KEITH NEGLEY 
illustrator
 Bellingham, WA


He combines a wonderful use of traditional & digital. Using collage + cut paper shapes, line, printmaking, paint and photoshop. Thus, creating his own unique Negley world.
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Keith's work has appeared on book covers, children's books, t-shirts, album covers, posters, skateboard decks, and even a watch. He is a frequent contributor to The New York Times and New Yorker in addition to many other national publications. He received his BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 2000, and his MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2013 and doesn’t regret the student debt one bit. He’s won 4 medals from the Society of Illustrators, a medal from the Society of Illustrators West, and 2 medals from the 3x3 International Illustration annual. His book Tough Guys (Have Feelings Too) received a Kate Greenaway Medal nomination in 2016. His most recent book Mary Wears What She Wants was released in January 2019 with Balzer + Bray (Harper Collins). Keith resides in the mountains of Bellingham Washington with his wife and two boys surrounded by giant spiders and teaches illustration at Western Washington University.