Archive: 2008
31.12.2008 | Guardian | America's Hall of Shame

10.12.2008 | Guardian | Freedom Taking a Battering from Kneejerk New Labour

19.11.2008 | Guardian | Sink The Somali Pirates

08.11.2008 | Making it up as I go along... - Invited Lecture, BIG, Brighton, UK

Lawrence Zeegen presents Making it up as I go along... an invited lecture for Brighton Illustrators Group, Brighton.
29.10.2008 | Guardian | Britain's economy sinks...

08.10.2008 | Guardian | The all-seeing State is about to end our privacy

01.10.2008 | Contemporary Illustration Now! - Invited Lecture, Derby University, UK

Lawrence Zeegen presents an illustrated lecture, Contemporary Illustration Now! at Derby University's Creative Careers Summit to students of undergraduate and postgraduate design courses.
17.09.2008 | Guardian | Libel Suits Favour the Rich...

01.09.2008 | Contemporary Illustration Now! - Invited Lecture, Plymouth College of Arts, UK

Lawrence Zeegen presents an illustrated lecture, Contemporary Illustration Now! at Plymouth College of Arts to staff of undergraduate and postgraduate design courses.
01.09.2008 | Article | Computer Arts - ICON5 - Review

ICON5 – The Big Picture
Lawrence Zeegen attends the New York City illustration conference that delivers on all fronts…
27.08.2008 | Guardian | Windfall taxes for energy companies...

01.08.2008 | Article | Computer Arts Projects - Illustration, New Opportunities

Illustration – New Opportunities
Illustration remains en vogue; reborn for a new audience, a new generation of illustrators have broken across borders and boundaries to take the discipline into new territories. Lawrence Zeegen investigates…
01.08.2008 | Article | Computer Arts - Design Graduate Survival Guide

Design Graduate Survival Guide
For thousands of design graduates, this summer will be a battlefield. As credit crunch competition for employment heats up – Darwinian evolutionary theories ring truer than ever. Lawrence Zeegen sets out survival tactics…
30.07.2008 | Guardian | New Labour's short range vision

16.07.2008 | Guardian | International Criminal Court can't look away from Sudan...

01.07.2008 | Article | Varoom - How to be an Illustrator

How to be an illustrator – Darrel Rees (Laurence King)
Booked Reviewer - Lawrence Zeegen
25.06.2008 | Guardian | Individuality and independence at risk...

05.06.2008 | Re-Drawing the Line - One-Day Symposium, LCC UoA, London

Lawrence Zeegen chairs a one-day symposium at the London College of Communication, exploring contemporary issues in illustration with particular regard to ethical and green debates.
04.06.2008 | Guardian | Only stiff rules will drive car makers to see past petrol

01.06.2008 | Book | The Illustrated Brighton Moment

Edited by Susanna Jones and Lawrence Zeegen, The Illustrated Brighton Moment, is a witty, profound, heartwarming, controversial and above all dazzlingly original portrait of a place and its people.
01.06.2008 | Article | Computer Arts - Opinion - 99% of Design is Crap

99% of Design is Crap
Ask yourself this question - What was the last truly excellent piece of graphic design that you’ve seen recently? Tricky isn’t it? Lawrence Zeegen apportions blame…
14.05.2008 | Guardian | Obama's ongoing support of Israel

23.04.2008 | Guardian | Tories should be making hay, but Cameron just looks lost...

02.04.2008 | Guardian | Nigeria's Immorality is about hypocrisy, not miniskirts

12.03.2008 | Guardian | Government protects BAA runway build...

01.03.2008 | Article | Computer Arts Projects - Music Design Now!

Music Design Now!
Evolution or revolution? Within just a few short years, design for the music industry has altered beyond recognition – how and why and what does this mean for tomorrow’s designers? Lawrence Zeegen investigates…
13.02.2008 | Guardian | We Can Stop The Next War

30.01.2008 | Guardian | Wasting Public Money

10.01.2008 | Portfolio | New Improved Artists!

09.01.2008 | Guardian | Turning Back to the 1970s

01.01.2008 | Portfolio | Stay Cool, Hang Loose, Admit Nothing...

01.01.2008 | Book | Maki

Based in the outskirts of Groningen, Dutch studio Maki was created when graphic designer Matthijs Maat teamed up with illustrator Kim Smits in 2005. The duo have enjoyed steadily growing success. This book, with an introduction by Lawrence Zeegen, investigates their practice.