We featured Luke Ramsey’s project Incompatibles as one of our Things only a few weeks ago, but his illustrations are just so darn good that we decided he warranted a post all to himself. The master of squiggly drawing has been hard at the grindstone, producing a whole body of work to demonstrate the depth and breadth of his creative skill.
His work, which focuses on finding harmony in organised chaos, has been exhibited internationally, meaning that you’ll find his funny little creatures all over the shop, and he has collaborated with over 100 artists to date. What’s more, alongside his illustration he also co-founded Islands Fold, an independent publishing company and artists residency on Pender Island, Canada. He’s a busy chappy, is our Luke – we can’t wait to see what he has coming up next.
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