Letter from Calcutta

Letter From Calcutta illustrated by David McConochie for Conde Nast Traveller Magazine, featuring a typical Indian street market with exotic colours and textures.
David's work shows  an effortless combination of modernity, content and colour.
David clients include Express, BBC, The Guardian and The Times amongst others.
David McConochie is represented by the Art Market
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Marian Hill for Hutchinson

Marian Hill was commissioned by Hutchinson to illustrate the cover for "Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots" by Jessica Soffer.
 
Marian's beautiful illustration, created by collaging together tiny pieces of magazine, is perfectly suited to the story of an Iraqi immigrant woman and an almost-orphan in New York City, brought together by cookery lessons.
 
Marian Hill is represented by Eastwing.
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Gary Redford

Following on from the success of their summer campaign, Hatched London commissioned Meiklejohn artist Gary Redford to illustrate three more posters for The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The campaign ran across the UK's mainline train stations and The London Underground and was a finalist in the CIM's Marketing Excellence Awards 2012.

Gary Redford is represented by Meiklejohn

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Wendy’s Logo

Kathryn Rathke has been keeping a secret for over 3 years! But now with the unveiling of the new Wendy’s logo, she can finally reveal her part in the project.
Back in 2009 Kathryn was approached by Tesser to aid them in re-designing the Wendy's logo. She worked with them very closely; sketching, getting feedback and revising over a period of months. Tesser were very happy with the animation and expression that Kathryn was able to distil into a few elegant lines, and Kathryn was honoured to be a part of such an iconic job working with such a great design team. Kathryn Rathke is represnted by Illustration

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Love To Share

McCann Erickson Advertising have commissioned Gail Armstrong to create 10 images for Nestle's "Love to Share" campaign. The images, which focus on hands and bags of sweets,  are effective in design and clever in the way they reflect the title. Gail says "They are set against a single colour scene behind, which gives a sense of the location and atmosphere in which the different sweets might be shared. Everything in the images is made from paper - hands, bags, sweets, type - an entire world made of paper." You'll spot the first posters and point of sale pieces in selected London cinemas now.

Gail Armstrong is represented by Illustration Ltd

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Tequila Mockingbird

Towards the end of last year Lauren Mortimer illustrated 'Tequila Mockingbird'; a cocktail book published by Running Press.  The book which contains recipes based on classic novels is now out and available to buy!

Lauren was commissioned to produce 40 full page illustrations, as well as the cover. She says "My job was to illustrate the recipes incorporating key themes from the book upon which it was based. I used only graphite, creating quite surreal images throughout; (Lord of the Mai Tai's, Charlie and the Chocolate Faketini, Gin Eyre are a few of the titles....), it was such a fun and great creative project for me...it also got a great review in the Evening Standard (news)paper."

Lauren Mortimer is represented by Illustration

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