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Mat Voyce talks to us about finding his style, early inspirations, and advice for budding designers.

Mat Voyce talks to us about finding his style, early inspirations, and advice for budding designers.

Mat Voyce describes himself as a "non-award-winning Graphic and Motion Designer" - but don't let his lack of awards fool you - he is a designer to be reckoned with. Mat designs top tier, gorgeous and glossy kinetic typography. He boasts huge clients like the BBC, The L.A. Times, Disney+, Honda, and Netflix. And it's no wonder, because Mat's typographic work is imaginative, clean, and really exciting. We were lucky enough to catch him for a chat about his work. 

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Blumoo talks with us about the cosmic, the joy of freelance, and deciding on graphic design.

Blumoo talks with us about the cosmic, the joy of freelance, and deciding on graphic design.

Blumoo is a creator of beautiful posters and record sleeves, and he recently took part in #36DaysOfType, making amazing typographic illustrations in his unmistakable, colourful and carefree style - and releasing a separate free font, Experimental BM. His work makes heavy use of silhouettes of hands and faces, alongside dripping psychedelic gooeyness, smoking and swirling patterns, and occasional nods to a y2k style digital aesthetic. Prints Against Poverty has pinned his work as "interpretations of the  universe, the cosmic, and the abstract" - and it's a lovely interpretation - upbeat, optimistic, and explorative. The level of detail that Blumoo...


Xtian Miller speaks with us about growing up as a creative, pushing through creative block, and confidence.

Xtian Miller speaks with us about growing up as a creative, pushing through creative block, and confidence.

Lately we were fortunate enough to add an Xtian Miller print to our Editions series. He is a graphic designer to be reckoned with: able to churn out beautiful and inspired poster designs with force and elegance. There is seemingly endless creativity radiating from Xtian and an authentic artistic vibrancy runs throughout all of his projects. You can see this energy in the works of Signal A, his commerce project, or his Sonnet and ARC series posters. After talking to him it's clear that he's an all round creative enthusiast, and has the curiosity and thoughtfulness that graphic designers...


Maria-Inès Chevallier talks colour palettes, Guatemala, and music.

Maria-Inès Chevallier talks colour palettes, Guatemala, and music.

Last week, a print by the wonderfully talented Maria-Inès Chevallier was added to Grafik Editions' online store. She took a moment to talk to us about her inspirations and working process. Maria draws beautiful emotive bodies, and as she spoke to me about her Guatemalen ancestry, it made that Central American inspiration plain to see. In the colour palettes and shapes of her work there is an air of celebration and joy, with a refreshing, tactile authenticity. From a look through her Instagram, it feels very clear that she loves what she makes. There is a certain happiness that just radiates...


Jo Minor talks to us about his illustration journey, inspirations and working process.

Jo Minor talks to us about his illustration journey, inspirations and working process.

Jo Minor is an illustrator of very beautiful, intricate, puzzling works. He's created art for some big guns like Playboy, and has made some awesome promotional posters for DIY performances, concerts and comedy shows. Jo uses shade and gradient in a masterful manner, to create an eerie portrayal of time and space. His art feels contemplative and metaphysical, whilst remaining humble and understated. Jo took the time to tell us about his introduction to the art world, love of horror films and artistic process.