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Splinter Design launch new site

Liverpool-based Splinter Design have launched their new site, with some pixel-art fun and a chock-full portfolio!


New animation showreel

Showreel of a Liverpool-based animation graduate Claire McCann. She's looking for commissions if anyone is interested!


New Al Heighton print give-away

Friend-of-the-site and all round nice guy, MR AL HEIGHTON, has kindly sent in one of his new screenprints for us to give away to one lucky TC reader! The print is signed and numbered, and features Al’s trademark quirky characters. All you have to do to get your hands on the print is leave a comment on this post and we’ll randomly pick someone out. Amusing comments are welcomed though!

We’ll pick a winner out end of Wednesday (18th Feb).


TC Xmas Selection Box (No. 3) up for grabs!

A day late with the post here so apologies for that, but here we are with info on the 3rd xmas box we’ve put together!

First in there this time is illustrator JONATHAN EDWARDS, who sent us a bunch of cool cards as well as a Gocco print made with his own fair hands. Then we have TC xmas stalwart, the ever-brilliant SAM GILBEY, who chipped in with a lovely set of art postcards (with his previously-featured Flight of The Conchords work in!). LUNARTIK joined in the fun with loads of plug stickers, patches and magnets. As a real treat for you all, Luke Feldman, aka SKAFFS, posted over a hand-painted piece of magnet art magic! From good ol’ Barcelona, character designer CHARUCA very kindly donated an awesome signed vinyl toy and t-shirt. UK illustrator PHIL CORBETT added in his funky Kitten Parasites book and some cards. TC regular and Edinburgh’s finest illustrator, MR BOY FITZ HAMMOND chipped in with his Sound of Colour tee. Meni Tzima, aka YUPYLAND, sent us some signed printed and hand-drawn stickers all the way from Greece. And last but by no means least, EAMO sent us some some designer stubby-holders (bet you don’t have one of them!), all the way from Oz (pretty much the other side of the world)!

These boxes just keep getting bigger!! To get your mitts on it just go to...…


Bob Staake’s Obama NY’er cover

With the world’s media focussing on man-of-the-moment Barack Obama, any editorial illustration is likely to become a highly-desired collectors item. But none is more deserving than the incredible cover BOB STAAKE has just done for the New Yorker.


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Liverpool Design Fes…



World Cup Animal All…

A set of 32 cards, featuring illustrated animals to represent each country at the World Cup.


Interview with illus…

A look inside the working world of Liverpool-based illustrator Stephen Chan.


Hitting the Road wit…

Interview with the legendary creator of Sam & Max, and artist for Monkey Island


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