Maria’s take on CSM students’ recognizability

After wednesday's introductory interview, Maria takes over today as guest illustrator, writing about- and illustrating Central Saint Martins students. Yesterday morning I was leaving my...

Ryan Dunn

Ryan Dunn is a London based artist and designer, who studied MA Industrial Design at CSM and graduated in 2008. Dunn's work is extremely diverse and always pushing the boundaries...

CSM ILLUSTRATION SHOW 2013

The exhibition which can't be missed! The best work by CSM graphic design students. There is no doubt that we will see lots of...

Lizzy Stewart

Lizzy Stewart, above all, is a sparkle of talent with a pencil in hand. She is a London based illustrator, who recently achieved Master’s...

Matt Johnstone

Matt Johnstone is an illustrator-maverick and Central Saint Martins Graphic Design graduate. His works are an explosion of details and illustration of his obvious...

Window dressing is permitted vandalism: Helen Bullock x Liberty London

We catch up with Helen Bullock, who dressed Liberty London's windows for a special Fashion Week edition. The illustrator and fashion designer, who has...

Arts and Asia: Wu Ling’s Eastern Promise

Wu Ling is a key figure in the Chinese Fashion Industry. She followed Angelica Cheung stepping into the world of Vogue China from Elle...

Decked Out Kickstarter: Fashion Playing Cards by Constance Lim

Whilst going through all students' sketchbooks at the graduate show this summer, I noticed the beautiful illustrations by Connie Lim, who studied Fashion Design...

Masami Fujimaki and her Nina de York Illustrations

Masami is so nice. Is it due to her fair nature, her Japanese origin or her artistic spirituality, Im not sure but she is...

Lauren Mortimer

Lauren Mortimer is Central St. Martins graduate, who gained a degree in Fashion Communication with Promotion in 2009, and is a London based illustrator...

Illustrator MH Jeeves: “Be realistic about if you have enough talent.”

Marie-Helene Jeeves and I sit outside Caravan, overlooking Granary Square's fountains. It's early morning, misty, grey, a bit chilly. Our conversation starts with architecture -- she compares Central Saint Martins' King's Cross building with the Palace of Versailles -- goes on to the harsh reality for illustrators and ends somewhere along the lines of "Somebody said it was a good sign if you have never had to work as a taxi driver: then you were doing alright!" All the while, a little Chemex drips coffee in a glass in between us.

Mirko Borsche: Why design history matters and brainstorming sucks

Lunch break at Bureau Mirko Borsche: a handful of graphic designers and interns sit outside in a canopy swing, smoking a cigarette, listening to...