Wednesday, 3 July 2013
We are proud to introduce three of the winning publications for the Pylon Press (kV) Series Competition:
Seagull and the City by Victoria Stroud, The Orchestra of the Damned by Toby Allen and Deforestation by Briony Cloke.
The fourth winning publication, Wallett Quest by Sasha Seraia will go to print in the Autumn.
Full profiles for these books will be published at pylonpress.co.uk soon and all new stock will be on sale at The New Designers Exhibition in Islington this week (including new products for the Pylon Lad Series).
Pylon Press publications are also available in store at No Guts No Glory, Exeter.
Posted by Philip at 03:16
Monday, 28 January 2013
After a long break, Pylon Press is back. Since the last post we have hosted 'The Illustration Stuff Fair', a make and sell event at Plymouth College of Art...
...we have launched the (kV) Series, a set of solo publications made by recent BA (hons) Illustration graduates from Plymouth College of Art (Kelly Walton, Emily Watkins, Ryan Salter and Lize Meddings)...
...and we are pleased to launch our new website, www.pylonpress.co.uk. The site will soon include an online shop and we will also be introducing a live brief for the new Support Structure zine via the site in the coming weeks. In the mean time, please follow the link to take a look at our publications in more detail.
Posted by Philip at 16:05
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
Here at last...here are a few sample spreads (Phil's Cover, then Kelly Walton, Izzy Drury, Andy Pedler and Emily Watkins)
Thanks so much to Phil for co-ordinating from beginning to end - including the poster that drew us all in in the first place
(thank you Mounse for the pics - again)
Thursday, 1 March 2012
We are pleased to announce the names of this years shortlisted students for the Support Structure 02 / Followers zine:
The zine will also include work by academics and professional Illustrators including Caroline Pedler and Jack Teagle.
The zine is currently going through a second proofing stage; we hope to have copies for all winners, and for sale at the current Plymouth College of Art events (The Illustration Bureau/AOI Images Exhibition, The Illustration Stuff Fair) within the next week or two.
A special thanks to all entrants and contributors. News of student solo projects coming soon...
Posted by Philip at 02:41