2015 Pick Me Up Festival, London

From dinosaur sculptures to illustrations of intimidating women, the sixth annual graphic arts event highlights emerging artists

This year’s edition of excellent London graphic design festival Pick Me Up had a slightly more commercial feel than last year’s, with a number of the upstairs studios and galleries offering multiple products beyond prints, and retailer Lazy Oaf showcasing its new collection. As the 12-day festival gets underway, we spoke with co-curator Karishma Rafferty to get the lowdown on this year’s program, and chose …

Print All Over Me + Jon Burgerman

A colorful collection of internet-inspired wearable art, from "like-worthy" pants to "attachment" bags

No space, whether it be blank pages, buildings or even a person’s right arm (for tattooing), is safe from UK-raised, Brooklyn-based artist (and CH favorite) Jon Burgerman‘s doodles and cheeky sense of humor. The playful artist’s most recent endeavor, the second half of which launches today, is an official clothing and accessories collaboration with Print All Over Me (PAOM), a platform that makes high-quality, custom …

Georgia Perry’s Festive Designs

The Australian graphic artist's bright and bold creations truly bring the holiday cheer this season

Whatever the holidays mean to you—be it celebrating Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, Festivus, eating too much, or something else—Georgia Perry‘s delightfully colorful greeting cards do well to match the mood of the season. From geometric Christmas trees and rainbow-colored letters spelling out “LOVE” to more abstract leaf-inspired designs, the cards are super-playful and cheerful. Perry tells CH, “I love the holidays because it finally means you …