British Council: ADF Papers

We were kindly asked to contribute to a new project by The British Council, ADF Papers, which explore new directions in British architecture, design and fashion. Peepshow feature in The D1 Paper: Design Collectives alongside PLATS, Them Lot and LE GUN. More here.

Follow this link to read and print the paper.


Peepshow Newsletter July 2011

The Peepshow Newsletter for July 2011 has just left Peepshow HQ, if you missed it check it out here:

Peepshow Newsletter July 2011

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Vogue Nippon

I've been contributing contents page illustrations to Vogue Nippon for the past few months, following the theme of each issue and with colours taken from the fashions spreads. Lots of fun!


Institutional Investor

New from Luke Best for Institutional Investor Magazine in the U.S.A.



Chrissie recently contributed an image to'The Burgermat Show' a collection of 24 new artworks that looks to celebrate the concept of the hamburger. The works – created especially for a BurgerMonday pop-up restaurant and art show in London on Monday 27th June – are available to buy in strict editions of 50 hand numbered and stamped prints. Available here, more info over at Burgerac.

Photography by John Short



New editorial from Luke Best for Harpers.


The Mottisfont Enigma

Andrew made an illustrated map with the House of Fairytales to compliment an imaginative trail for all ages around the grounds of The National Trust Estate Mottisfont Abbey. Chrissie created an installation as part of the trail as well, so if you fancy a day out in the countryside it’s a lovely spot.


The 100 Project

Lucy, Spencer and myself have donated artwork to The 100 Project, an initiative supporting young artistic talent in East London. Each week, a piece of original art will be auctioned with a starting price of £100. The goal is to raise enough money to get 100 children through the doors of The Prince’s Drawing School.

James Joyce, Milton Glaser, Paul Davis, Tom Gauld, Damien Hirst and many many more are also involved. The website launches (and bidding commences) on 27th July.


New York Times

A nice quick one day turn around job out in todays The New York Times.
An interesting article about the problems of multiculturalism as a political policy on the anniversary of the London 7/7 bombings


World of Interiors

New illustration out now in this months World of Interiors


New Scientist

Recent outing for the New Scientist looking at the sculduggery hidden behind by the lab door.