Reach Out 2 Kids have recently celebrated their 10th year anniversary in championing change for underrepresented communities, to celebrate this and to launch their most recent fundraising campaign #ROK10000, we were invited to join them at the offices of Liberty Specialty Markets in launching this incredibly worthwhile campaign.
Here at Jelly we’ve spent lots of time working out how to make less of an impact on the planet ourselves, and this Earth Day we’re sharing tips and resources that you can also use to make a difference.
In late 2019 Jelly made the decision to commit to becoming a B Corp, and we’ve been on the journey ever since. In this article our Operations Manager Megan explains what that involves and why it’s important to us!
We are so excited to welcome our new signing Drasik Studio! Based in Barcelona, Drasik Studio are a vibrant animation collective that take their inspiration from the world we live in and their vision for the future.
Canada based director Kaho Yoshida specialises in mixed media and stop-motion creating charming characters & relatable worlds!
No stranger to the Jelly Illustration roster, we are so excited that Rosanna Webster is debuting as a Futures director!
Jelly worked with students from Clapton Girls Academy to design a new logo for Reach Out 2 Kids
We are thrilled to welcome the brilliantly talented and accomplished Pâté to our illustration roster!
Heading up our European adventure, we sat down with Leslie Ellen Poole to chat to her all about her work, what she’s most excited about for Jelly Europe & her favourite things to do in Hamburg!
From Christmas cards and prints, to clothing and accessories, we’ve compiled a handy gift guide to help you fill those stockings this Christmas!
Continuing our #NoBrief series, we spoke to Jelly illustrator Jordan Robertson about his graphic work, including his Tokyo 2020 Olympics passion project.
In light of the situation in Afghanistan, we’ve partnered with DrawFor to create a limited edition collection of prints. 100% of the profits will be donated to Choose Love’s who are working to respond to the urgent needs of those who have fled Afghanistan.
Our latest signing Inès Pagniez is a French sculptor specialising in plasticine, based in East London. Her work is characterful, playful and beautifully depicts the everyday mannerisms and nuances of human expression.
Our latest signing, lettering artist and designer; Lebassis, talks about his journey into the industry, the importance of identity and belonging, plus his ambitions as an artist.
Expert tips on the creative industry, routes in to it and how our Charlie switches off.
We get an insight into the best exhibitions to go to, podcasts to listen to and much, much more…
Chris Page talks about why the return to the studio is essential to creativity… but not as it once was.
Endometriosis awareness month is usually a month that goes by un-noticed. This year however, things are slightly different.
The commercial artist talks to us about working in lockdown, how his style has evolved as well as his recent work with Skullcandy.
The South African born Artist & Art Director talks us through his favourite recent projects and inspirations.
How can brands look unique in an ever-competitive market? Chris Page tells us how.
Get to know our recent signing Aniverse with some thoughts from the Founder…
We chat to the female-directing duo on how their name came about, their creative process and their joint style.
Leanne talks about her most recent passion project, ‘Creative Juice’, featuring brightly coloured bottles of an imaginary brand of Kombucha.
Small business have been hit hard this year, so don’t head straight to Amazon for your last minute Christmas shopping. #SupportTheMakers
Our latest signing Peter Phobia talks to us about the power of illustration in creative problem solving.
New signing Estudio Pum shares with us their breadth of work, design thinking and varied approach on tackling projects.
We catch up with Alice, and ask her about her recent self-initiated project in the next instalment of our #NoBrief series.
The Portugal based illustrator delves into the art of adding narrative to her already detailed artwork.
Jelly artists depict home, or what a lack of it might mean, for a T-shirt range raising money for End Youth Homelessness.
Uplifting artwork from our artists to brighten up endless zooms, along with phone backgrounds, social headers, insta posts…
Nicki Field talks about the benefits and uses of combining photography and illustration.
An overview of the stages, workflows, processes and timelines of all the animation techniques used in TV productions.
Founder, Chris Page discusses the right way to approach our forthcoming post-covid world.
The multidisciplinary director talks about his short film ‘Empty Places’, Annecy Animation Festival and working in isolation…
Eva Cremers talks about her new immersive and interactive ‘Willy Wonka’ website. The perfect antidote to our Coronavirus anxieties.
Nicki Field talks to us about why visual communication is more important than ever and how Illustration and Animation are proving to be a practical solution for cancelled shoots.
We discuss life since Covid19, working from home and how we can still produce content from the comfort of our pyjamas.
The Animation Director talks all about his diverse range of mediums and ongoing passion projects…
The design and animation collective share with Jelly their inspirations and aspirations for their shorts.
Our recent signing talks burnouts, business degrees and the power of online tutorials.
Founder Chris Page talks earnestly on choosing the right path for your business in 2020…
With the launch of two new Futures plus a Young Guns winner, we interview Nicki Field on all things Futures.
EP Sue Loughlin shares advice on how to become a fully fledged animation director.
Head of Illustration Nicki Field shares advice for illustrators on how to develop their style, how to know if they truly need an agent & more…
An interview with George Coffey, Animation Director at KITCHEN on all things animation and storytelling.
We quiz Tishk on life after his big ‘launch’ into the commercial world of illustration.
We catch up with Alice, and discuss some of her favourite self-initiated projects in the next instalment of our #NoBrief series.
We chat to our Illustration Agent Sarah Morris and Creative Producer Kavita Daggar to find out just what information they need when approached with an illustration or animation brief.
Shining a light on the wondrous world of publishing and editorial illustration.
Daniela Sherer talks us through the ups and downs of creative freedom, the excitement of an ever-evolving style, and we take a look at her most recent project for Adult Swim, ‘Scooters’.
Chris and George discuss how illustrators can get their work ‘animation ready’ at D&AD’s New Blood Festival.
Alison Carmichael, Justin Poulter and Biff chat about starting out in the industry, how they use social media, and their top tips for aspiring illustrators.
We’re back with our second instalment of ‘Sit-Down with Sue’, this time with papercraft extraordinaire, Hattie Newman.
In the second installment of our #NoBrief series we chat to 3D illustrator and animation director Design Lad.
We kick off our #NoBrief series with an interview with British Arrows 2018 shortlister and Kinsale shark winning Neil Stubbings.
We delve into the weird and wonderful mind of recent signing animator and illustrator Allen Laseter.
Our owner Chris Page talks illustrators’ rights and the need to protect them in the AOI’s latest Business Insight article.
After her collaboration with SHOWstudio, Stina spoke to us about the experience of being a guest curator for New York Fashion Week.
With art that is as unique as it is technical, we sat down with the wonderful Freya to learn just how she creates each masterpiece.
Jelly owner Chris Page talks through the blood sweat and tears of creating a new website… and why we wouldn’t have it any other way.
In our latest Jelly Presents, we caught up Marylou Faure. Marylou tells us how it all began, where she finds her inspiration, and why empowering women will always be so central to her work.
Following on from her previous article, Jelly’s Head of Illustration Nicki Field offers budget negotiation tips and thoughts on pricing for illustrators in 2019…
The first of two articles, Jelly’s Head of Illustration Nicki Field does the un-British thing and talks about money and pricing for illustrators in 2019.
Having recently completed her final year at Central Saint Martins, Futures artist Alva has already made a big impact in the industry.
Working in Tel Aviv and London, animator work is friendly and minimalist.
Known for her signature bold and vivacious style, Kelly Anna’s prolific output has earned her clients such as Nike, Stylist and Stella McCartney.
Geoffroy de Geoffroy is a French director and illustrator, who continuously explores many ways to apply and combine the techniques of traditional animation, stop-motion, 3D and mixed media.
We’re excited to announce that illustrator Tom Guilmard has just joined Futures.
We sat down with our very own Hannah Warren to talk Taste, Google, and all things colourful.