- 84 pages
- 26.5cm x 21cm
- Published in London, 2017
Published by The Association of Illustrators, Varoom is a biannual report on contemporary
illustrated image making, featuring interviews, roundtable discussions and recommendations
from leading industry figures and fresh talent.
Filled with big, colourful pages and carefully considered contributions, it’s the perfect
inspiration for anyone needing an injection of design ideas.
In this issue:
- Legendary illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme speaks about the demise of blogs, taking on photography and how Hockney liberated his use of colour
- From Kingston to Seoul, 15 emerging image makers from the AOI’s network of professional bodies and institutions
- How Iranian filmmaker Majid Adin used Elton John’s 1970s classic Rocket Man to express his experience as a refugee
- Career Rhythms: Illustrators and AOI members including Jamie Coe and Liv Wan talk about their professional and creative highs and lows
- Picked by Varoom experts, a selection of the best in advertising, graphic novels, design and children’s books
- And Brian Grimwood, Ged Palmer and Marguerite Carnec reflect on the tools and materials they use