I really cannot contain my excitement for my show next week. Starting on Monday from 12-6 every day from the 14th - 24th of April you will be able to visit my first ever show at the Cob Gallery in Camden Town. 

There will be exclusive signed copies of the book, posters, prints, T-shirts, accessories, and more. The shop is full of all my favourite sweets and candy and every visitor can take home a free goody bag. 

Every inch of wall space will be covered with working drawings, printed ephemera, and larger prints of my brightest boldest works, come and dig through the archives and see my working process.

I will be at the gallery giving talks on the weekend, and there are still a few tickets left. Come and visit me any time on Friday the 18th within working hours where I can answer your questions, you can even meet the dogs!


Monday 14.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6
Tuesday 15.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6
Wednesday 16.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6
Thursday 17.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6
Friday 18.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6 / Kate in Gallery
Saturday 19.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6 + Freelancing workshops (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 20.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6 + Music video talk (SOLD OUT)
Monday 21.04.14 / CLOSED
Tuesday 22.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6
Wednesday 23.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6
Thursday 24.04.14 / OPEN / 12-6 / LAST DAY OF SHOW


Step inside the colourful world of illustrator and graphic design powerhouse Kate Moross.

Her debut solo exhibition Make Your Own Luck: The Show looks back over Moross’ prolific career so far and features hundreds of original illustrations, designs and working drawings as well as her more recent video and moving image work.

Moross is a vivacious artist who is fascinated with three sided shapes, illegible typography, and freeform lettering. She has worked abundantly creating bold and vibrant artwork for some of the world’s most successful companies, as well honing her own unique style and approach.

This exhibition is an illuminating exploration into the creative process and tenacious appetite to create from one of the UK’s most successful young illustrators and designers.

The show is presented alongside the launch of Moross’ first book Make Your Own Luck : A DIY Attitude to Graphic Design & Illustration published by Prestel.

The exhibition will also include three talks, and an artists’ in residence day where Kate will be working in the gallery.

For more information please visit makeyourownluckbook.com





It's Nice That: Kate Moross presents her brilliant first book, Make Your Own Luck

'Kate Moross is one of a kind in the creative industry, as we discovered when she spoke about her working process at Here 2013; her DIY approach to her craft, which advises “if you don’t know how to do something, YouTube it” leaves her both limitless scope to execute her ideas and a diverse series of job titles to match, counting graphic designer, fashion designer, illustrator and art director among them. Evidently not one to sit back and count her chickens though, Kate has now added author to her list, publishing her first book Make Your Own Luck, a kind of memoir-come-guide book aimed at similarly-minded creatives looking for advice on how to survive art school, how to deal with copycats and how to go about directing music videos when you have bucket-loads of ideas but not a lot of know-how.'

Via It's Nice That : Maisie Skidmore


'For anyone interested in starting a career in a fiercely competitive industry, Make Your Own Luck is an essential read. It's also an inspiring book for fans of Moross' fun, varied and colourful style. As Neville Brody says in a foreword to the book, "Kate Moross is...brilliant, creative, fun and unique. And obsessed. You have to be. To not only survive but prosper in this industry requires all the driven craziness you can muster.'

Via Creative Review - Read More


Photo Credit Ed Park


Coverage on DesignWeek.co.uk

'For someone so productive and, undoubtedly, so busy, Moross is also startlingly generous with her time and her experience. A regular on the lecture circuit, her talks are always peppered with honesty (she’s one of the only creatives I’ve ever seen openly tackle the thorny issue of pay – and getting paid) and motivational mantras.' - Angus Montgomery
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