We are proud to announce that Eastwing artist Marian Hill has illustrated one of the stamps in the new Royal Mail set. Marian's stamp depicts Rowing and is part of the third Olympic and Paralympic Games set, issued to mark the London 2012 Games.
Marian Hill is represented by Eastwing
We are very pleased to introduce Marguerite Sauvage to New Division. Marguerite has worked as an illustrator since 2001, creating chic modern illustrations that capture the lifestyle of today's trendsetters. Her eye-catching work is soft yet powerful, combining sophisticated European sensibilities with line-work inspired by both traditional art and contemporary culture.
Whilst talented double act Gareth and Katherine Lucas have recently been busy working on an exciting new style of work, they've also managed to complete a wonderful set of limited edition chinaware products for the home. Their lovely imagery appears on all sorts of kitchenware and is sold in boutique ceramic outlet, Cosmo. The perfect gift for a unique dining experience!
Gareth and Kath Lucas are represented by the Organisation
The Artworks are delighted to introduce this years three new Startworks
artists: Alexander Wells, Joey Marsh and Tariq Singleton. Fresh out of
university they each have their own brilliant and unique style and are
the perfect addition to the broad range of artists The Artworks
Bright’s Simon Taylor-Kielty and Helen Ford chosen for Egmont and Hallmark’s publishing collaboration
The Bright Group Int. is extremely proud to announce that artist Simon Taylor-Kielty and writer Helen Ford have been chosen to collaborate on the forthcoming picture book publishing programme by Egmont for the iconic Hallmark brand ‘Country Companions’. The publishing programme will be rolled out in 2012 and will follow a seasonal, occasion-led strategy that will tie with the other Country Companions brand extensions, of which BGI also represents. It is a strong partnership based on a perennial and nostalgic brand and one that Bright believe will be extremely successful.
Apart from his beautiful brush stroke style seen recently in the HSBC campaign, Nod Young produces fabulous detailed paper cuts. His winning entries can be seen in the July Illustration Annual – judged by Creative Review. Based in Beijing, Nod brings many international influences to his work.
Nod Young is represented by Phosphor Art