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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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 funny), interview with him. Order online at: 

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: 

We’ve had some excellent people sharing work with us this week such as Laura Liedo who’s rather racy ‘Eden’ poster caught our eye. You can see more of her work at

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

Stumbled across these fun collage experiments by Dutch designer Roel van Eekelen recently. Love how he is played with simple shapes to create such characterful figures.

Wrap issue #9 contributor Eleanor Taylor has had a busy year so far with commissions for The New York Times and Nokia (image above) to name a few. We thought it would be cool to catch up with Eleanor and hear a little about how 2014 has been treating her so far; visit our website to read our online interview, and see more of her beautiful work. 

Mmmmmm…pancetta, it definitely does make life taste better! One of four delicious new food-inspired cards by Nicholas J Frith for Wrap – now available from our online shore:

This Cityscape print by Claire Softley is mighty pleasing, excellent use of simple shapes and textures finished in soft tones.

BOO! Excellent lamp phantom from French illustrator Laurent Duvoux.

Splendid geometric flowers from Kingston student Mike Driver.

This intriguing object is illustrated by Nicole Ginelli, and was created for the August edition of The Pendulum. Check out more of Nicole’s vibrant illustrations at

Lovely voluptuous ladies by graphic artist and animator Kyle Strope

We’re really enjoying Nick Deakin’s use of a simple silhouettes and pattern in this series of risograph prints, available from his online store

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