London based illustrator Kate Gibb is partly responsible for my decision to pursue a career in graphic design. Her record sleeves for the Chemical Brothers (pictured) were as iconic and memorable for myself as I’m sure they were for others.
Through another project I run (If You Could), Kate kindly agreed to produce a screenprint under the theme, ‘If you could do anything tomorrow, what would it be?’. That print is very limited to the month of February and as a result has only till Friday to buy (the edition determined by the amount of people who buy in that month). Check it out, there’s also an Alex Trochut available
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