Ryan Todd at Kemistry Gallery

There’s some cracking looking shows opening tomorrow evening in London, but the one we’re MOST excited by is ‘No Fun Intended’ – Ryan Todd‘s first solo show, being held at Kemistry Gallery in Shoreditch. Through both his personal and commercial pro…
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Charlotte Trounce: Illustrator of the week

The sun is beaming and summer seems to have finally arrived, so to celebrate, we’ve selected the tremendous Charlotte Trounce as Wrap’s illustrator of the week because her work simply oozes all that is good about this time of year. With a brilliantly free and playful…
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Accent issue two preview

Co-founded by Wrap issue seven photographer Lydia Garnett and designer Lucy Nurnberg, online portrait publication Accent Magazine celebrates the unique ways in which individuals from all over the world live their lives. But what Accent does isn’t just about gathering and …
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Spectral Nation by Heretic

We headed along to the opening of screen-print collective Heretic‘s new exhibition ‘Spectral Nation’ at London’s Coningsby Gallery last night, and WOW – we were blown away both by the superb technical standard of their work, and just how original and exc…
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Our first range of prints

We are thrilled to announce the launch of Wrap’s first range of limited edition prints – a selection of some of our favourite contemporary illustrations created for Wrap magazine by our talented contributors, printed beautifully on 310gsm uncoated archival paper. Each pri…
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Zine workshop at the V&A

Last Saturday Wrap was invited to hold a zine workshop at the V&A museum in London as part of The Sorrell Foundation’s Art & Design Saturday Club – a fantastic 18 week programme held in many institutions and universities across the UK, that allows young people, a…
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Ted Parker: Illustrator of the week

We were incredibly lucky to bump into some of the best illustrators practicing today at Berlin’s Pictoplasma festival earlier this month, and out of this first-rate bunch, emerged one Ted Parker. Living and working in Utrect, in the Netherlands, the world in which Ted pain…
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