Published twice a year, Wrap magazine is a celebration of the very best in contemporary illustration, design and creative culture.

Here we share work by illustrators we admire, highlights from our magazine and news about our range of illustrated stationery products.

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Love this relaxed looking dude by Joren Joshua 

David Luepschen recently got in touch with us to share his new film ‘Chit Chat Roulette’, which features a a succession of strangers connected by webcams across a colourful world build out of clay, paper and fabrics.  Using a surreal mixture of stop motion, live action, and puppetry, David has created a series vignettes that are packed full of wit and a mega pleasing aesthetic.  

The super talented Andy Rementer has just released a 160 page monograph featuring some of his best work to date. We’re especially pleased to see that his people blocks have been included which have been a favourite of ours for some time now.

Andy Rementer by Andy Rementer is published by SSE books and is available to order from here.

It was great to hear from Wrap #5 illustrator Levi Jacobs recently, who got in touch to share some of his new work with us, including this excellent image ‘Snakeman’. It’s exciting to see how much he’s refined and honed his style, and as a result how strong his work’s looking. See more at

This image by Véronique Joffre was inspired by the urban legend that says the four bronze lions in Trafalgar Square will come alive if Big Ben strikes thirteen times. See more of Véronique’s work at

If you’d like to share your work with Wrap, send us an email with a link to your website/blog to – we’d love to hear from you!

These feathered beauties are illustrated by Adam Avery and appear on a British bird inspired wrapping paper design for Wrap. Featuring an array of  birds that are all native to the British isle it adds to an already popular range of countryside themed designs. Available from our online store now.

The brilliant Jean Julien (creator of our issue #10 cover) has just released a wonderful looking picture book, with Canadian publishers Comme des Géants, about a super-cute looking sausage dog named Ralf! We can’t wait to get our hands on a copy and you can get yourself one from here.

We had an awesome time looking around some of the exhibitions and events at this year’s London Design Festival – especially all of the exciting homeware items at Unit D (pictured), curated by Wrap #10 contributor Saskia Pomeroy

We received some really fun prints in the post recently from Daniel Gray, including this brilliant, characterful image ‘Water Crisis’, inspired by an article he read in The New York Times. See more of his work at

An excellent gif from one of our favourite illustrators Andrew Groves.

So many colours, jazzy shapes and playful textures in this plant-inspired illustration by Pat Bradbury for Wrap. Pat said he wanted to create an image that was like ‘trekking through a dense jungle, after licking a colourful toad’ which, although something we’re not too experienced in, we think it delivers on! 

Pat’s artwork is available as a pull-out print/wrapping paper in Wrap issue 10 - ‘Into The Wild’, alongside a in-depth (and rather funny) interview with him. Order online at: 

We’re big fans of Will Harvey’s abstract pattern work here at Wrap, especially this rocky repeat. See more at

Rich, vibrant vegetation and some rather spooky looking eyes make up this striking image by Russian illustrator Tatiana Boyko, created for the zine GUTS #3 on the theme of ‘Safari’. 

Back into enjoying lazy Sundays with this serene image by Strautniekas, which is available as a print from his online store.

Cutting, ripping and sticking until they find that ‘bingo’ moment, is how Atelier Bingo describe their working practice. Inspired by the jungle, and want they’d like to plant in a big garden, this image by the French duo for Wrap #10 perfectly exemplifies their striking abstract style. 

Atelier Bingo’s artwork is available as a pull-out print/wrapping paper in Wrap issue 10 - ‘Into The Wild’, alongside a fascinating in-depth interview with the pair. Order online at: 

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