These oranges are incandescent, so bright you take a dazed step backwards in the gallery. The white cloth scintillates, racing up towards the brilliant blue aura of a ship-shaped basket formed of twining, dancing willows. The fruits form a troupe of glowing spheres, apparently lit from within by their own vitamin C. Even the walls seem to be watching the show, admiring the celluloid crackle of sunshine on peel, the singular beauty of each fruit, and the sensational all-together-now performance. Van Gogh turns his winter fruits into a modest miracle.
Blending hand-drawn shapes with bold geometric forms, London-based illustrator Ellie Andrews created these vibrant images for her own risograph publication titled The Offside. The publication, which touched upon her experiences playing football, was inspired by the patterns which adorned Umbro kits in the 1990s, as well as collected football memorabilia and her childhood heroes from Arsenal. The pastel shades and freehand elements contradict traditional representations of football and instead present a youthful, colourful take on the beautiful game. See more images here