Freelance illustrator, columnist and Leeds United fan Ben Tallon talks about how vitriolic social media attacks are not the way forward when a football club’s new logo goes horribly wrong.
Illustrator and designer Ben Tallon looks at how rising tuition fees are deterring budding creative students, and asks whether short courses could be just as valuable.
This month freelance illustrator and columnist Ben Tallon meets ad guru Sir John Hegarty and talks about why taking risks is so important in the freelance world.
Columnist and freelance illustrator Ben Tallon talks about how designers and other creative professionals are being priced out of London – and this is to the capital city’s own detriment.
Whether you’re drawing, fanaticising over comic books or exploring a niche film genre, engaging your creative side can have a positive impact on mental health, explains freelance illustrator and columnist
In his column this month Ben Tallon looks at criticism and thinks about when to listen to it and when to block it out.
In this month’s column, freelance illustrator Ben Tallon looks at the new year as a great springboard for side projects and explains why you should follow them through.
In his column this month, freelancer Ben Tallon looks at how design-led Japanese retailers can be an inspiration to freelancers who he believes would benefit from considering how their own
Last week, Los Angeles-based illustrator Tuesday Bassen accused clothes retail giant Zara of copying her illustrations without permission. Design Week columnist Ben Tallon speaks about the dangers for independent artists and the
In his latest column and speaking post-Brexit, freelance illustrator Ben Tallon discusses why it’s so important that the creative industries use the power of their skills to convey vital messages
Freelance illustrator Ben Tallon wants designers to stand up for themselves when being asked to work for free, particularly when companies which should know better are involved.
Freelance illustrator Ben Tallon on how an accident proved to be the inspiration to embrace mistakes and experimentation in his work.