The Great Endangered Fish Race

I have illustrated a treasure map for The House of Fairy Tales adventure trail as part of Selfridges pioneering Project Ocean campaign to ban endangered fish from it’s menu and suppliers. I have also designed some shadow puppets as part of the trail. You can take part at Selfridges London from Mon 30th May-Wed 1 June 9:30am-6pm.


Art Space

A couple of my prints have gone on sale at ArtSpace alongside artists such as Chris Ofili, Anish Kapoor, Claire Rojas, Jockum Nordstrum and Chuck Close. I’m not sure I deserve to be in such good company with my stupid pictures of Moon Heads and Musical gear but I’m not going to argue.


It's a Long Way Back

Photos of the work from Luke's show at the Krets Gallery in Sweden can be seen here in the SHOP section. More over at Luke's blog here.


theWeather - issue 4

Just completed the illustrations for my regular slot at theWeather magazine. This time creating images on the subject of carbon balancing and micro climates...there abouts. Always a test but equally enjoyable.



Been working on a few pitches later, interestingly in character development. Here's one that wasn't successful for a well know sore throat sweet. Shame, I love his Mod look.


It's a Long Way Back, An Exhibition by Luke Best

'Its a Long Way Back' An exhibition by Luke Best.
Krets Gallery, Malmo, Sweden.
14th May-12th June 2011.



The Beautiful South//Live at The BBC

'Live at the BBC' by The Beautiful South, a new CD/DVD Boxset is illustrated by Luke Best, available here.


Brighton Artists Open Houses

Lucy & Spencer are exhibiting work as part of 'Brighton Artists Open Houses'. Running every weekend throughout the month of May. 40 Tidy Street will be open to the public, hosting a collection of artworks by artists and illustrators including Peepshow favourites Kate Gibb, James Brown, Hannah Waldron and Emily Forgot.


New print and some kind words

New prints up over at Soma and some kind words over here.


New Scientist

Recent series of illustrations for Ryan over at the New Scientist. Slowly... I'm becoming an educated man.


Velvet Magazine

Recent editorial illustration for Velvet Magazine in Italy. This accompanies an article on the Emanuel Brothers.


Great Indian Hunting Stories

Andrew made this image based on a book called Great Indian Hunting Stories. It will be exhibited at Literal.eyes with London Miles Gallery May 13th-16th, Opening May 12th 6pm at 65 Hanbury street, Shoreditch, E1.


Kiss Your Asteroid Goodbye!

Andrew designed this poster for an Improv Comedy Show inspired by the New York Posts ridiculous headlines.