Alice Ross

Alice Ross

Aice Ross is a writer and editor based in London. She does news, features, that kind of thing.

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Bags of Character

In-Depth:  Bags of Character

Alice Ross explores the work of illustrators such as Jon Burgerman, James Jarvis and Tado and their character art creations.

Fluorescent Hill goes to town

In-Depth:  Fluorescent Hill goes to town

Tom Waits has one of the most instantly identifiable voices in contemporary music: it’s a sort of booming roar. Kool Keith has one of the most…

How screen-printing works

Tutorial:  How screen-printing works

Take a peek behind a screen printers doors to see how this hip way of producing prints and t-shirts works, and how a stunning artwork was created.

Power to the People

In-Depth:  Power to the People

Explore the inspirational poster art of Barrack Obama's Presidential campaign with images taken from a new book by Spike Lee, Stephen Heller and…

Tricks in Si Beggs sleeve

In-Depth:  Tricks in Si Beggs sleeve

London studio Fiction Department has hand-crafted an exquisitely detailed limited-edition box-set for techno producer Si Begg, with just 50 copies…

iD3 creates a taste of crime

In-Depth:  iD3 creates a taste of crime

To launch its newest flavour, Doritos commissioned interactive specialists rehabstudio to create an immersive advergame set in London’s underworld.

Sanky

In-Depth:  Sanky

The interactive guru talks creativity and tech – and why you don’t have to have it all.

Spread your wings

In-Depth:  Spread your wings

As the purse strings tighten in the UK, studios are looking further afield: Digital Arts brings you the lowdown on working overseas.

Jon Bains

In-Depth:  Jon Bains

The founder of leading digital agency lateral tells Digital Arts about his career and what twitter’s actually for.

Ian Anderson

In-Depth:  Ian Anderson

The founder of the Designers Republic, which recently closed, explains where it all went wrong – and how he’ll be back.

Emory Douglas

In-Depth:  Emory Douglas

The Black Panthers’ official artist and ‘minister of culture’ explains his provocative images to Digital Arts.