AboutBeermat Characters is the latest design project by Inkygoodness. Leading the way with their eclectic mix of illustration & character design, their unique collaborative projects showcase the talents of a growing number of international artists & illustrators. Inspired by the theme of âBeermat Characters', their latest project showcases the talents of over 80 artists & illustrators tasked with the challenge to transform a simple beermat into a character with surprising and delightful results!
Participating artists include:
Bart Aalbers (NL), Cachete Jack (ESP), TADO (UK) , Muxxi (GU), Ryan Quincy (USA), David Shillinglaw (UK), Florence Blanchard (FR), Kristyna Baczynski (UK), Sandra Dieckmann (UK), Scott Balmer (UK) , Dave Bain (UK), Marina Munn (BG), Sneaky Raccoon (UK), Nate Bear (USA), Toy Factory (BE), Mr Penfold (UK), Osian Efnisien (UK), Rob Pybus (UK), Sac Magique (UK) & many more!
Ammo Magazine presents The Poop Deck Project ; a character themed group show featuring 54 international artists & illustrators.Taking inspiration from maritime characters, myths, legends and popular culutre, Poop Deck showcases a stunning collection of illustrated playing cards and prints.
Launch night: Tue 30th April, 6pm - 9pm
Mon 29th April till Saturday 4th May
Open daily, 10.30am - 6pm
Inkygoodness aim to provide a platform for new and emerging talent to showcase their work alongside more established artists, offering a unique opportunity to develop professional careers through self-promotion and networking. Inkygoodness operates as a showcase for a diverse range of artists working across illustration, digital design and mixed media. We have worked with talent across the globe including Good Wives & Warriors, Mc Bess Felt Mistress & Muxxi.
Ammo is an independent, submissions based illustration magazine, dedicated to finding and exposing the best illustrators in the world. Featuring a wide selection of international artists who work primarily as illustrators, the pocket-sized edition has recently been joined by A5 special editions which focus on a particular theme. Recent issues include Monochrome and The Lumberjacks Guide to Woodcutting.