The Hunger magazine is excited to announce our second annual competition aimed at discovering and showcasing new illustrative talent.We are offering emerging illustrators the opportunity to have their work featured in The Hunger magazine (March issue) with an artist commission worth £500.The competition is open for submissions from now until the 20th July. All work submitted will be personally selected by Rankin and the Hunger magazine art directors.


Competing artists are invited to send in five of their most innovative and interesting illustrated examples of portrait work for Rankin and the team’s consideration.
Ten of our favourite artists will then be selected to complete a task true to their artistic skills. The one chosen winner will gain the commission worth £500 and be featured in the next issue of the magazine. Email in to

Last issue’s winner, the very talented Paul Holland was featured in the April issue of The Hunger, and illustrated the likes of Labrinth, Elle MacPherson and Derek Blasberg.


The Hunger ‘Illustrated’ section combines the best of celebrity portraiture with artistic talent. In the past, having collaborated with the likes of Oriol Angrill Jordà, Tim Laing and Von. Labrinth, Tilda Swinton and Zandra Rhodes are just a few of the celebrities illustrated within the pages of the magazine. The winner of this exclusive commission will be given the opportunity to create their own celebrity portraits and have them featured within our Illustrated section in the next issue with runners up being featured on Hunger TV.


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The Fearless: Neelam Gill

Published on 01 October 2014

Get a glimpse of this unseen white version of her cover and find out a bit more about the British Indian beauty…

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Art & Culture

Fiona Banner: Wp Wp Wp

Published on 27 September 2014

Fiona Banner’s latest exhibition examines our relationship with military craft and its ability to produce both fear and awe.


Art & Culture

London Art Book Fair

Published on 26 September 2014

The 2014 London Art Book Fair opens today, showcasing the wares of over 80 publishers and hosting a myriad of complementary talks and events.