Throughout October, we asked four artists who specialise in drawing and illustration to try our drawing materials in their practice. Sarah Dyer, Jessie Pitt, Emma Carlisle and Michael ...Oct 30th 2020 by Clare McNamara
Ahead of the publication of his first book, Drawn From Life, the Jackson’s Art Blog asked New York based artist Bill Murphy to talk through how he developed ...Oct 19th 2020 by Clare McNamara
Drawing has a rich history and has long been practised for its creative, expressive and educational value – it remains fundamental to translating and analysing the world. It ...Jun 5th 2020 by Daniel Brady
Nadja Gabriela Plein was the winner of the Abstract/Non-representational category award in the Jackson’s Open Painting Prize 2019. Her abstract paintings are playfully intuitive and rooted deeply in ...Feb 12th 2020 by Tegen Hager-Suart
For the past couple of months I have been drawing with Faber Castell Pitt Pens and have loved their versatility and transparency. In this review I explore ...Jan 24th 2020 by Lisa Takahashi
Charcoal is one of the oldest drawing materials, with examples dating back 28,000 years. Thanks to its immediacy and versatility, the appeal of charcoal has endured. Charcoal is ...Nov 22nd 2019 by Evie Hatch
We have recently expanded our range of concertina-style sketchbooks and felt it would be a good time to look at some of their features. Concertina sketchbooks invert the ...Oct 10th 2019 by Daniel Brady
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