Staffan Larsson has designed a lovely cover for a re-issue of the E.F. Benson's classic novel "Mapp and Lucia", published by Random House.
STAFFAN LARSSON was born in Sweden in 1980. He graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in 2006 and has ever since been overwhelmed with joy and gratitude, sorrow and confusion, trying to put ideas, dreams and memories on to paper. He now lives and works in Berlin. Clients: Hodder & Stoughton, Random House, Mercedes, The Independent, Time Out, John Brown Publishing, Fuse TV, New Statesman, Hear The World
Pocko / Bill Charles London - This is a rare opportunity to work for an
innovative company representing a roster of internationally renowned
artists. We are looking for a full time Agent with particular experience in
representing photographers and illustrators (2-5 years) and handling
commissions and advertising. A proven track record with a relevant client
base is absolutely essential. You will have the drive and enthusiasm to seek
and win new business & clients, must be open to working on a variety of
projects including advertising, exhibitions and publishing. You'll be very
organised with excellent interpersonal & communication skills and a strong
interest in the creative and advertising industries. Confident phone manner
and Mac skills essential, including MS Office/Photoshop. Salary based on
Following the recent re-launch of Varoom Magazine, James Dawe has been commissioned to produce a striking cover for its 12th issue. Varoom is a journal of illustration and made images that celebrates today's vibrant visual culture.
Pocko welcomes Andrew Holder, an illustrator/designer currently living in Los Angeles California, not far from his home town of San Diego. Since graduating from Art Center College of Design Andrew has shown his work in solo and group exhibitions in Sydney, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Fransisco, New york and Tokyo. Clients include: Urban Outfiters, Roxy, Dwell, American Express, Arkitip, Monocle and Sub Pop Records.
Former Warhol artist Stephen Shore stays true to his deadpan iconic style with the new Fall Preview for Urban Outfitters. Best known for his saturated images of mundane scenes and objects in the United States, Shore has brought his modest aesthetic to UO's fall lookbook, shot entirely in Queens, NYC. Stephen and UO have really produced an outstanding collection of timesless images, more of which can be seen here