Lancaster LitFest offers Illustration Workshops with Petr Horácek and Nadine Kaadan this March

The Lancaster LitFest – one of the longest-running literature festivals in the country – is offering two Illustration Workshops as part of a full-on Illustration Day during its 2020 Festival. Authors and illustrators Petr Horácek and Nadine Kaadan will head up separate… Read More ›

Canterbury’s The Beaney to host “Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art” touring exhibition

Canterbury’s The Beaney is the latest venue to host Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art, a family-friendly touring exhibition from Seven Stories, exploring the wonderful world of comics next month. Opening at The Beaney during February half term, Comics: Explore… Read More ›

Limited edition Wally Wood exhibition catalogue now available to order from Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d’Angoulême

Three of the major exhibitions at this year’s Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d’Angoulême in France are accompanied by a substantial, deluxe, limited-edition hardcover catalogues, including the Wallace “Wally” Wood exhibition

World Illustration Awards 2020 opens doors to comics and graphic novel entries

The World Illustration Awards is open for entries until 18th February 2020 and this year has added an “Alternative Publishing” category, enabling entries from comic creators. Presented by The Association of Illustrators (AOI) in partnership with US-based Directory of Illustration,… Read More ›

“Syd Mead – Future Cities” exhibition continues in Berlin as his passing is mourned worldwide

An exclusive look into the creative world of Syd Mead, one of the great futurists of our time, continues in Berlin into January 2020. The death of the legendary designer, whose film credits include Aliens, Blade Runner, Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Tron, along with an unrealised remake of Forbidden Planet, was announced yesterday

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