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Jan Kallwejt
Jan Feliks Kallwejt is freelance graphic designer and illustrator currently based in Malaga and Warsaw. He co-operates with clients from several European countries and North America. For six years he has worked with agencies in Warsaw and Hamburg. Currently, Jan focuses on illustration, apparel design and personal art projects.

Simple yet sophisticated forms are the essence of his work. He juxtaposes and multiplies them bringing to life the complex and tricky compositions, spiced up with attention to detail. He usually limits color palette, operating within two or three tones. To render the reality he employs multilayered symbolism, occasionally dropping in a dose of perversion where not expected.


Springleap is similar to threadless.
Every two weeks springleap hosts a competition to find the most kickass t-shirt designs from the crew members of spaceship earth.
Every month the community votes on the best designs and the top design actually gets printed. You can enter too.

Boxbird was set up in February 2008 by print enthusiast Alice Teague and illustrator Graham Carter. Run from their own printing studio in Brighton Boxbird has fast become one of the premiere online galleries for exciting new talent, showcasing some of the UK’s finest illustrators, printmakers and fine artists including Fiona Hewitt, Zara Wood, Sally Elford, Ben Newman and many more.

Over the last three years Boxbird founders Graham & Alice have been working on shows for the Brighton Fringe Festival, and in 2007 launched the award winning Show Below. Exhibiting art by 10 artists, including many who are now represented by Boxbird. Show Below has received massive critical acclaim and become a highlight of the festival. For the last two years artists exhibiting in the show have been awarded with both the first and second place Visual Arts Prize, and in 2008 we took second place in the Argus Angel Awards for best show in the fringe.

Kenji Hirata