The London Illustration Fair 2015

New venue, new outlook, new friends

FEatured artists



Camille Walala

Camille Walala is a pioneering print designer, art director and interior designer, living in East London. Her signature tribal pop designs can be seen on façades spanning London, New York and Paris.

Camille's geometric patterns and bold colour palette have caught the eye of clients such as Nintendo, XOYO, Koppaberg, Bompas & Parr, Darkroom, Barbican Festival, Facebook and Urban Outfitters.

Camille Walala will be bringing her infectious bold colour palette to the Bargehouse with a display of her new prints and best-loved classics. Watch out for Camille's limited edition tote bag - printed live at the launch party and exclusive to the fair. With a run of 100, you better snap yours up fast!



Robert Hunter is a London-based illustrator who creates otherworldly picture narratives through traditional drawing and printing techniques. Represented by Blink Art, Robert has published a number of books with Nobrow Press, collaborated with 

Maccabees singer Orlando Weeks and has an impressive client list to match.Robert will be in conversation with children’s publisher Wide Eyed Editions, talking about his forthcoming picture book, The Jungle Book. Robert will also be presenting a selection of new and best-loved prints and has is the designer of The London Illustration Fair 2015 official flyer, as seen on the home page.


Invited Artists



Thierry Noir

Born in Lyon, France in 1958, Thierry Noir is credited as being the first artist to paint the Berlin Wall. Since the 1980s, Noir's exploitative and highly distinctive visual language have become world famous and immortalised in popular culture such as Wim Wenders' 1987 film Wings of Desire and the cover of U2's album Acthung Baby. Noir is today being increasingly recognised as a key forerunner of the modern street art movement.

Noir's work is held in many important public and private collections around the world and is currently represented by Howard Griffin Gallery, London.

Thierry Noir will be presenting his iconic, bright and amusing figures in an interactive three-dimensional installation outside the courtyard of the Bargehouse. Not to be missed!



Represented by Rook and Raven Gallery

British-born artist Rupert Newman is widely regarded as one of the top projection mapping artists in the field, transforming spaces and buildings into visual awe inspiring. His client list includes Warner Music Group, Perignon, The Royal Society of Arts, Battersea Power Station, The Photographers’ Gallery and Hix, to name a few. 

Exclusive to the fair’s opening night, Culture Label’s Artist of the Year, Rupert Newman will be transforming the entrance space walls with a captivating and colour-enthused projection. is where creative minds find inspiration and shop the greatest art and artist-designed gifts, homeware and accessories from iconic cultural institutions, galleries, artists and boutiques.

There's an exceptional mix of leading artists and designers retailing their work, from established artists such as Lichtenstein, Tracey Emin and Alexander McQueen to the emerging talents of the Bridgeman Studio artists. 

CultureLabel have teamed up with acclaimed up-and-coming artists Rupert Newman to launch their first art-infused menswear collection - a unique creative collaboration featuring their most exciting works, beautifully applied on to scarves, ties, pocket squares and cufflinks of exceptional quality all made in the UK.

Hailed one of the most exciting artists of 2015 and with only a limited edition of 50 of his designs ever being made, Rupert Newman’s eclectic pieces have already gathered a waiting list of eager fans.

For those in the know, Rupert is the man you call when you need to take a party to the next level. His out-of-this-world light displays have brought life and soul to some of the summer’s hottest events, festivals and society weddings.

This visionary newcomer is now turning his artistic talents to fashion in this exclusive new range of unique menswear accessories for CultureLabel.

Crafty Fox Market Hijack

Crafty Fox Market Hijack

"One of London's best markets" - Timeout

We are delighted to be teaming up with Crafty Fox Market to bring you irresistible handmade goodies and festive must-buys. The Hijack will showcase 15 of the UK's finest designer-maker talents, plus a unique programme of 'get stuck in' workshops. 

Crafty Christmas shoppers rejoice!

invited exhibitors



art on a postcard


BOxer books

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East end prints


East london printmakers



hero of switzerland


Jolly awesome



jsr agency


laurence king publishing



Lucille Clerc


material gallery



made in arts london



outline editions




Print bint


puck collective



Scout Editions




Super Superficial




the positive press

two press







Wide Eyed editions




wrap magazine


Yuck print house


accepted exhibitors

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Crafty Fox Market Exhibitors