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The Making Of “Roots”

London Underground Poster

Full Length

(by Transport for London)

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transportforlondon:

Helping London grow for the future
"We’ve been serving London since 1863 and our continuing improvements will help you get around for the next 150 years. "

'Roots' by Thibaud Herem

transportforlondon:

Helping London grow for the future

"We’ve been serving London since 1863 and our continuing improvements will help you get around for the next 150 years. "

'Roots' by Thibaud Herem

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Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Nobel Prize winner for physiology or medicine in 2008, drew the human immunodeficiency virus, looking somewhat like a Ferris wheel, to depict her and her colleagues’ discovery of the pathogen responsible for AIDS.
via Nobel Prize Winners Draw Their Discoveries

Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Nobel Prize winner for physiology or medicine in 2008, drew the human immunodeficiency virus, looking somewhat like a Ferris wheel, to depict her and her colleagues’ discovery of the pathogen responsible for AIDS.

via Nobel Prize Winners Draw Their Discoveries

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davidryanrobinson:

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 Colour subject to change.

Over the past 6 months I have been collaborating with ZSL London Zoo. More information will be revealed soon, but for now some previews. Experimenting with colour ways.

David Ryan Robinson’s ‘London Zoo Illustrated’
Illustrator David Ryan Robinson

David Ryan Robinson is a London based illustrator and graphic designer who has been working with us on an exciting project producing a birds-eye illustration of ZSL London Zoo.

This brilliantly original piece of art captures London Zoo in a moment of its history, and is a significant work of importance for that alone.

‘London Zoo Illustrated’ will be available to view and purchase as a limited edition (only 250 copies) screen print from April 2013.

ZSL London Zoo

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skelisblazinrokz:

Original drawing for the London Underground, by Edward Johnston

skelisblazinrokz:

Original drawing for the London Underground, by Edward Johnston

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davidryanrobinson:

I am still without internet in my new flat! But thought I would share my progress on the zoo! I’m over a quarter of the way done and it’s look pretty sweet! Very excited to get these screen prints produced in the new year!

Nice work!

davidryanrobinson:

I am still without internet in my new flat! But thought I would share my progress on the zoo! I’m over a quarter of the way done and it’s look pretty sweet! Very excited to get these screen prints produced in the new year!

Nice work!

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‘zero’


World AIDS Day 2012
For more information on HIV in the UK, visit:
National AIDS Trust / HIV Aware / WorldAIDSday

st:

‘zero’

World AIDS Day 2012

For more information on HIV in the UK, visit:

National AIDS Trust / HIV Aware / WorldAIDSday

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newyorker:

“MyPhone,” by Roz Chast, marked the iPhone’s first appearance in a New Yorker cartoon.
It ran on July 27, 2009
 http://nyr.kr/TLk7QR

newyorker:

“MyPhone,” by Roz Chast, marked the iPhone’s first appearance in a New Yorker cartoon.

It ran on July 27, 2009

 http://nyr.kr/TLk7QR

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davidryanrobinson:

So yesterday was a busy day! After Rex Features got in touch with me, I was featured on the both Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph, for my map!
Here’s what readers are saying:
“how did this take hundreds of hours? its not even that good. if it had said 10 hours maybe even 5 hours, i’d still think that was a bit long”
- Gary, Bexley, 15/8/2012 16:57
“why is this load of sh… in the news?? i,ve got a 5yr old grandchild that can do better”
- tell it like it is, liverpool england, 15/8/2012
“Well he’s got the publicity he was obviously after! Having first seen the drawings I thought what a fantastic 10 or 12 year old - found out he was 23 and a Graphic artist! - Drawings are great all the same but very juvenile in design.”
- PaulW, London, 15/8/2012 17:26
“My child drew a picture of a dinosaur wearing a cowboy hat. Far more interesting. ‘Artist’ is not a simile for ‘Idiot’”
- Redspider, Blackpool juxta Tamworth, 15/8/2012 21:12
“should have just drawn a toilet …….”
- stuart, stockport, 15/8/2012 20:24

“Its a shame he didn’t put his 100 hours to better use like our heroes in Afghanistan and Iraq or our nurses working 72 hour shifts in the NHS. They would love nothing better than to eat an ice cream. Instead they are working to make people like David’s lives better and he doesn’t even look grateful in his picture. Broken Britain.”
- Jake Finnhouse, Birmingham, England, 15/8/2012 18:22

“Its a doodle… so what? I mean anyone can draw this given enough time. Like the quip on the back of a tshirt that says “I’m with Wally”… so we know where wally is. This is where the fun is, in the detail. But its nothing that I or most others couldn’t do…. and in 6 months thats a lot of forgone earnings..”

- EUSSR, London, 15/8/2012 20:39
I think some of these gems will be going up on my website later! Despite the negative, I got a lot of positive! Countless emails came through yesterday and the map sold out within hours. I’m expecting another day of people emailing asking if there are any available. I’m sorry but there is not! The maps where an addition of 100 and now they have gone i’m afraid!
However, after the success of this map, I will now be drawing another map of New York City! To keep updated of the progress of this map (when I begin!) and my other work, please follow my Tumblr (this!) and Twitter: @DRyanR
Keep it classy!
DRR


Mister. The commenters are shite.
Daily Mail? Who they? The newspaper for the easily outraged.
Daily Telegraph? Who they? The newspaper for the easily outraged about £money.
ALL your hard work is amazing, and don’t listen to the schmucks. 
(unless they’re saying positive & encouraging words, which obviously, you should listen to’

davidryanrobinson:

So yesterday was a busy day! After Rex Features got in touch with me, I was featured on the both Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph, for my map!

Here’s what readers are saying:

“how did this take hundreds of hours? its not even that good. if it had said 10 hours maybe even 5 hours, i’d still think that was a bit long”

“why is this load of sh… in the news?? i,ve got a 5yr old grandchild that can do better”

“Well he’s got the publicity he was obviously after! Having first seen the drawings I thought what a fantastic 10 or 12 year old - found out he was 23 and a Graphic artist! - Drawings are great all the same but very juvenile in design.”

- PaulW, London, 15/8/2012 17:26

“My child drew a picture of a dinosaur wearing a cowboy hat. Far more interesting. ‘Artist’ is not a simile for ‘Idiot’”

“Its a shame he didn’t put his 100 hours to better use like our heroes in Afghanistan and Iraq or our nurses working 72 hour shifts in the NHS. They would love nothing better than to eat an ice cream. Instead they are working to make people like David’s lives better and he doesn’t even look grateful in his picture. Broken Britain.

“Its a doodle… so what? I mean anyone can draw this given enough time. Like the quip on the back of a tshirt that says “I’m with Wally”… so we know where wally is. This is where the fun is, in the detail. But its nothing that I or most others couldn’t do…. and in 6 months thats a lot of forgone earnings..”


Mister. The commenters are shite.

Daily Mail? Who they? The newspaper for the easily outraged.

Daily Telegraph? Who they? The newspaper for the easily outraged about £money.

ALL your hard work is amazing, and don’t listen to the schmucks. 

(unless they’re saying positive & encouraging words, which obviously, you should listen to’

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herochan:

Carlo Rambaldi 
The creator of our beloved E.T. has died today at age 86. RIP.
September 15, 1925 – August 10, 2012

herochan:

Carlo Rambaldi 

The creator of our beloved E.T. has died today at age 86. RIP.

September 15, 1925 – August 10, 2012

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davidryanrobinson:

Tonight, on Sunday 25th March 2012, I finally finished my map of London.  It has taken me about 5 months to complete, but it’s done.  I feel like some sort of illustration god right now. I now need to sleep, tomorrow will be the day of scanning and colouring!

davidryanrobinson:

Tonight, on Sunday 25th March 2012, I finally finished my map of London.  It has taken me about 5 months to complete, but it’s done.  I feel like some sort of illustration god right now. I now need to sleep, tomorrow will be the day of scanning and colouring!

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'km:inyoureyes:ribbondress:design'

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notonthedole:

Foster+Partners: King’s Cross and St Pancras Infrastructural Plan

notonthedole:

Foster+Partners: King’s Cross and St Pancras Infrastructural Plan

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notonthedole:

Michael Hopkins & Partners: Westminster Underground Station

notonthedole:

Michael Hopkins & Partners: Westminster Underground Station

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notonthedole:

Foster+Partners: Canary Wharf tube station cross section.

notonthedole:

Foster+Partners: Canary Wharf tube station cross section.