Andy Tuohy Design News

Gods of Synth- Electronic Music Prints March 10 2020

Our brand new exclusive series of limited edition prints of electronic music icons - Gods of Synth - is available now. Music pioneer portraits include: Eurythmics; Yello; The Human League; Wendy Carlos; Thomas Dolby; Herbie Hancock, Belleville Three and more coming soon, so watch this space. See more portraits on our instagram @godsofsynth

 


The Boy in the Dress at the RSC Merchandise November 23 2019

At Andy Tuohy Design we are massive fans of football as well as theatre, so when the Royal Shakespeare Company asked us to create merchandise for their upcoming musical production of The Boy in the Dress we jumped, (quite literally, although not as high as Virgil Van Dijk), at the chance.

So re-imaging the RSC as a football club we designed classic woolly hats and scarves as well as show mugs, coasters, magnets and badges. 

You can see more and purchase in their Stratford Upon Avon store or online here:

https://shop.rsc.org.uk/collections/the-boy-in-the-dress?from=nav

The Boy in the Dress RSC FC Scarf

RSC FC Woolly Hat for The Boy in the Dress Musical Production

Striker Post T-shirt for the RSC The Boy in a Dress Merchandise


Great Exhibition of the North range, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. March 05 2019

Great Northern Alphabet Poster

In the summer of 2018 the Great Exhibition of the North was held, this was a free, summer long event celebrating the North of England's pioneering spirit. As part of the celebrations the Baltic commissioned us to produce a set of gifts celebrating the Great Exhibiton and particularly focusing on the Newcastle, Tyne and Weird and Gateshead areas. You can still purchase these products celebrating the bountiful architectural and cultural heritage through the Baltic's shop: https://shop.balticmill.com/search?type=product&q=Andy+Tuohy

For more information on the Exhibition itself please visit: https://getnorth2018.com/


Temperate House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew February 13 2019

We're delighted to have been commissioned to produce an image of The Temperate House for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to be applied across a range of gifts available from Spring 2019. But you don't have to wait until then - see the full picture here, available as a limited edition print on the website.


Great Modern Artists Mug hits the big time. March 22 2018 2 Comments

We're proud and a little bit overexcited to say our Great Modern Artists mug was featured in Metro's 'The Hot List' on Monday 20th March 2018. 

 


New Parents Coaching Cards designed by us shortlisted for Award June 28 2017

We're delighted to announce that Barefoot Coaching's 'Coaching Cards for New Parents' has been shortlisted for the 'Best Innovative Gift Under £50' category of this year's Loved By Parents Awards. The cards are part of a range of coaching cards for life created by Kim Morgan, Managing Director of Barefoot Coaching Ltd and one of the UK's most successful business and personal coaches. We're very proud to be the designers of this range of innovative gift products. Fingers crossed they win!

To see the full range of coaching cards visit http://www.barefootcoachingcards.co.uk/ 

You can view the full Loved By Parents 2017 Awards shortlist here: https://www.lbpawards.com/2017shortlist/ and see last year's winners here: https://www.lbpawards.com/

 

 

 


Towner Gallery, Eastbourne
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October 20 2016 1 Comment

We are very pleased to have put up Andy's image of The Towner Gallery in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Andy has put in few nods to Eric Ravilious, in the form of his stylistically rendered trees and clouds as Ravilious himself had a long association with Eastbourne and who has many works are housed within the gallery. 

Towner is Eastbourne's foremost museum of art. From its opening in 1923 the Towner Art Gallery was located in an 18th-century manor house in Manor Gardens, in the Old Town district of Eastbourne. It was relocated to a new state-of-the-art gallery, designed by Rick Mather Architects, adjacent to the Eastbourne Congress Theatre, Devonshire Park which opened in April 2009.


World Illustration Awards 2016 Exhibition August 22 2016

 

1st - 29th August 2016
Daily 10.00-18.00 (last admission 17.15)
Free admission


Embankment East Galleries, South Wing.
Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA
 
Andy's book 'Great Modern Artists A-Z' was shortlisted for the awards in the professional category, and in case you haven't heard yet, the World Illustration Awards, in partnership with the Directory of Illustration and Somerset House, is still currently on show at the wonderful Embankment East Galleries until the end of the month. It presents highlights from this year’s shortlist of contemporary illustration, entered by emerging and established talent to the Association of Illustrators’ annual competition. 

 


Shortlisted for the AOI's World Illustration Awards 2016 June 05 2016

We're delighted to be able to say that Andy has been nominated for the World Illustration Awards 2016 in the Books: Professional category for his 'Great Modern Artists A to Z'.  Entries are shortlisted if two or more judges liked it or chose it as their favourite and to be picked out of over 2500 international entries is a real honour.  You can see all the awards shortlisted entries here: http://www.theaoi.com/awards/awards-shortlist.php

This is the 40th anniversary year of the awards run by the AOI - Association of Illustrators - and they are considered the most comprehensive and significant awards for illustration.

This year the AOI has partnered with The Directory of Illustration, widely regarded as the leading marketing program for illustrators in the United States. 

And if you'd like to see all the award winners and highlights from the shortlist, once they're announced, you're in luck as there will be an exhibition at Somerset House in London during the Autumn which will then tour the country. For more details visit the AOI's website here regularly for updates.

 Shortlisted for the AOI World Illustration Awards

 

 


We Built This City November 07 2015

We've popped up, or at least our Grayson Perry print has in the lovely pop-up shop We Built This City on London's Carnaby Street.  Visit it - it's a positive cornucopia of souvenirs and gifts that reflect the diverse design talent of arguably the greatest city in the world.  (We're biased, we lived there).  There really is something for every purse and penchant and I defy you to leave without something!

We Built This City currently resides at:

56-57 Carnaby Street, London, W1F 9QF

Monday–Wednesday  10am–7pm
Thursday–Saturday  10am–8pm
Sunday  12noon–6pm

  We Built This City pop up shop interior 


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