Book of the Week: Eric Ravilious: Artist and Designer by Alan Powers

For an artist who died in 1942 and who very much embodied the spirit of the inter-war period in England, the continuing popularity of Eric Ravilious is sometimes hard to grasp.  Indeed, as Ravilious-expert Alan Powers writes in the final chapter of his new book on the artist (my Book of the Week), Ravilious is more popular now than […]

Commissioning Editor’s Dispatch: Posters Conference at the V&A

One of the perks of commissioning for the Lund Humphries list is that it requires intermittent escape from the office to engage with like-minded individuals who, like me, are keen to stoke their imaginations and seek out new ideas and make fresh connections. Last week I swapped my laptop for a fascinating conference at the […]