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Welcome To ISSUE FIVE! Thank you to everyone that submitted their work for this issue. I’m completely amazed at the amount of support I’ve received for INK & ARROWS. Also I’m so happy about the number of people wanting to be apart of the magazine. It really means a lot, to me, to see all of this support. Thank you again! I hope everyone enjoys ISSUE FIVE! - Alexandra Lucas

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What are some of your favorite typefaces? Hoefler & Frere-Jones typefaces in general. Archer, Knockout, Sentinel‌ I could go on for days!

What is it about architecture that you love so much? When I was younger I loved architecture for the history connected to it. As I’ve grown up, a lot of it has to do with attention to detail— materials, composition, color choices, and context.

What are some of your favorite sites/blogs? littlebigdetails.com is great for those really interested in user interface and experience. As for industry news I sort of jump all around the place. Designer News by layervault.com is useful, as is Sidebar.io. I also subscribe to Fast Company for a more acrossthe-board approach to articles. The bulk of the articles I read, however, come from designers, studios, and ad agencies and what they tweet on 36 // ink & arrows

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* Image on page 81 is a Collab between Kazu & Butcher Billy.

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Who are you and what type of creative are you? My name is Oliver Terence Bernard Callanan but I work under the name ‘Ollie C Design.’ Illustration is my anchor to excel in advertising, typography and animation. How did you get interested in illustration? Early on in school I realized what subjects I sucked at and which ones I enjoyed. BTEC Art was a specialized option in my school, my mum had to beg the teacher to let me in the class because I was going through the rebellious stage. GCSE’s started and I was at the front of a class of girls, I was so far forward, isolated from everyone else I couldn’t see the board. It was there on that lonely desk and wonky stool miles away from civilization, I realized I loved to draw. I never looked back and managed to win the Btec Art Buckingham Cup before I left. Good things have continued to progress in my career since the old day like working for the Science Museum and designing the brand direction for a clothing company.

Badger’ into character design and focusing on anatomy like ‘Abs-normally Henchman.’ A strong passion is inspired by hand-produced typography and I enjoy the design process for woodblock letterpress present in my ‘Ya’ piece. I think outside the box for alternative ways to advertise; previously, I’ve used the power of a beard to advertise ‘Xyience Xenergy’ drinks through animation. I always challenge my aesthetic to better my skills; recently I completed a 24hour comic event inspired by Plymouth City Museum, which sparked a project about alternative uses for an iron. I am currently designing with Russell Hobbs using a Guerilla approach to advertise irons to students. Keep an eye on my blog to find out more.

What is your creative process? My creative process depends on the brief; the idea and drawing is my anchor, I brainstorm to expand from here. Eager to learn new skills and software to better my process I generally further drawing with ink and bleach, letterpress, print, texture and love to experiment with color like ‘The Emotional fish’ to elaborate the emotion. Finalizing my Imagery I Where do you get your inspiration? I gain inspiration from powerful ideas that will touch up with CAD and see how far I can further my challenge me like trying to express the epic design whilst keeping the traditional appearance. atmosphere of a ‘Hungover Cheetah.’ Humor is Currently, I am searching for my place in a studio to important like the series I did for a Pam Ayres Poem engage and bring my enthusiasm to the frontier of ‘If only once again my hair would sprout, if what the creative industry. came up matched what fell out.’ I enjoy furthering interests like the ‘Badass Honey

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