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Tuesday, June 28, 2022
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local illustrator, printmaker and designer, J David Bennett. David creates both limited and open edition prints using digital and traditional media. His work is humorous and vibrant, while combining elements of branding, storytelling and typography. He is currently working on a new series of...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local painter Tiffany Lynch. Tiffany's paintings capture landscapes, cityscapes and coastlines while exploring the movement of light and colour. Her work has been exhibited at group shows at ONCA, the RA and Saatchi Gallery. Tiffany was also the winner of the Habitat Brighton...
Alej ez with his 'Brighton and Hove Illustrated Alphabet' that shows in alphabetical order places, events and people that we love in Brighton and Hove.
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local artist and architect, Alej ez. Alej predominantly creates panoramic prints of Brighton & Hove, Sussex coastal scenes and the surrounding countryside. He is currently the artist-in-residence at the West Pier Trust, where he is creating new work inspired by the sea and...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local painter, Cecil Rice. Cecil primarily works in watercolour and oils, and explores botanical and architectural themes. He was the winner of the Best Artist Open House in 2018, and is currently preparing for another Artist Open House later this month. Titled Botanical,...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local artist Peeky Free aka Ste McGregor. Peeky Free's work focuses on the mundane, elevating it into 'something iconic, noticeable and beautiful.' His recent work explores tileable patterns, directly linking to the processes of sampling and looping that he uses in his music. He...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local award winning animator and illustrator, Belle Mellor. Belle's work focuses on emotional honesty, and frequently uses humour to explore its themes. She has created editorial illustration for various clients including The Guardian and The Economist, and is currently working on a commission...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local painter Sarah Weedon. Sarah works directly on site or en plein air, immersing herself in the landscape whilst drawing and sketching in oils. This presence in nature enables Sarah to create a personal response and convey feeling in her landscape paintings. She...
We all know that hair extensions make hair look luscious and outstanding. Many people wonder whether they should go with natural or synthetic hair extensions and find it hard to decide which one to buy.  Using seamless human hair extensions, you can get the perfect look you want, but the...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Isabela De Vasques, a multidisciplinary artist living and working between Brighton, Rio de Janeiro and Frankfurt. Isabela's work explores displacement, belonging and the subconscious, frequently intertwining her own life experiences. She has taken part in exhibitions in Rio and London, and is currently finishing...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Brighton-based contemporary artist and illustrator, Amber Elise. Amber's energetic work explores optimism and the vibrancy of colour through traditional methods and digital techniques. She's the curator of The Dog & Bone Gallery in Powis Square, where her work is currently on display as...