A book that is so pithy, so delicious, so beautiful that you will want to buy more than one. -- Umbrella magazine, vo.27 no.1 April 2004
An examination of graphic style, an evocative journey through Italian culture. Inspiration can come from the unlikeliest sources. -- Creative Review Dec 2003
Tilson is multi directional in his research, following leads and tracing historical accounts. -- Art Monthly, May 2004 no 276
From the Publisher
"Ephemera fascinate Jake Tilson. He gathers the flotsam of cities - he gives them formal value and intensity."
Marina Warner, The Independent
"The visual juxtapositions of modern life converge in Jake Tilsons multiple art forms."
Andy Warhols Interview magazine - New York.
In 2004 Tilsons design work featured in the book All Messed Up Unpredictable Graphics by Anna Gerber, published by Laurence King. He wrotes an article for Blueprint looking at digital image permanence and photography collections. Collaborative article/photographs with Adam Levy, Taxi, in Contemporary. Produces childrens guide for South London GalleryTom Friedman exhibition.
The South London Gallery, Independence exhibition featured a new diorama by Tilson. He Contributed to the exhibition Ways of Saying at Loman Street Studio curated by David Blamey and Stephen Kirk. His photographic and design work was featured in Graphic Originals: Designers Who Work Beyond the Briefby Jane Austin and No Brief, both published by Rotovision. His work for Fstop was covered in Undercover Magazine, Metropolis,Graphics International, Pen and Page magazine. Audio works in Hearing Place, The Australian Sound Design Project, University of Melbourne.
He is currently working on a new book and a large scale audio installation