The talented illustrator, designer, and writer Charlie Sutcliffe

Hugely talented illustrator, designer,  and writer Charlie Sutcliffe has been busily working away during the summer on new story texts, and ideas for new children's books.

We have a lovely new pdf portfolio of his recent work which we would love to send you if you would like to see more of his stunning artworks and text ideas.

Charlie's work is totally unique, and works brilliantly in Games, Books, Prints etc

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Charlie Sutcliffe is represented by Artist Partners

 

Pete Harrison’s Campaign for Mr Min

Pete Harrison worked with Havas Worldwide Johannesburg to create this clever campaign for Mr Min. Pete illustrated three spray can shaped artworks, pharm each revealing beautiful inner worlds, designed to show just how much Mr Min can clean. Pete used 3D techniques to create the incredibly detailed scenes.

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Steve May Illustrates Dennis The Menace: Canine Carnage

Prankmaster General is back again in The Diary of Dennis The Menace: Canine Carnage. This is the fifth book in the successful series written by Steven Butler and illustrated by the very talented Steve May. Steve's illustrations almost leap off the page with an energy that equals the comic writing.

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Sarah Tanat Jones illustrates for the Scottish Opera

The Scottish Opera were recently in touch with a problem they had come up against, try a lovely new production of Carmen that needed beautiful promotional material but no artist to provide them with it.

Luckily our Sarah Tanat Jones was able to save the day and give them a series of informative and impactful images that tell the tale of Don José, visit web a naive solder who is seduced by the fiery Gypsy, Carmen. Sarah’s illustrations were projected onto the sides of buildings and in public spaces throughout Scotland.

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Duncan Beedie on the RNLI’s Beach Smart Campaign

The campaign aims to keep children safe on UK's beaches and comprises of a safety pack called 'Hold Tight, Hand Up!' and a music video to support the message. Targeted at the slightly older child who loves to bodyboard, the free pack is full of top tips for parents, a wave guide for children and animated stickers they can attach to bodyboards and beach bags. Duncan created the cool characters and all the art for the different goodies in the pack. The animation was also designed by Duncan; he then directed two 2D animators from Sun & Moon Studios in Bristol with Proximity providing the music and VFX. Watch the video here.

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Accompany Benji Davies on an Adventure to Grandad’s Island

I defy you not to be touched by this book

- Elisa Offord, online Marketing & Publicity Director, Simon & Schuster

Summer 2015 is set to be a popular season for Bright picture books launching into the public eye and gracing the shelves of book lovers the world over. One of these future classics comes from the pen of award-winning author illustrator Benji Davies and is set to supersede Benji’s critically acclaimed debut title The Storm Whale (Simon & Schuster) having already been shortlisted in the AOI World Illustration Awards 2015. This month, we proudly add the stunningly illustrated & powerfully written Grandad’s Island (Simon & Schuster) to our growing Bright Bookshelf.

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Emily Tull Shortlisted for the Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize 2015

The Ruth Borchard Collection is the UK’s only public collection of self-portraits by British and Irish artists, with 150 works and growing. The Original Collection was the life-long project of Ruth Borchard, who built up a collection of 100 self-portraits by the most distinguished twentieth-century artists in Britain. The Prize offers a unique opportunity for new and established artists alike to compete for a £10,000 prize, and the chance for their work to be purchased for the Ruth Borchard Next Generation Collection.  Emily Tull's portrait, which has been shortlisted, is from a series of hand-embroidered works of art.

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Here's what she says about the work:
"In this series beauty and fragility are enhanced. Hand stitching takes the place of drawing, abstracting the subject, breaking down the features to a more vulnerable state. The thread 'melting' into the fabric representing delicate 'skin'."
 
You can see her portrait "Fragility #2" exhibit along with other entries for the prize at Piano Nobile Kings Place,London until the October 9th
Emily Tull is represented by Artist Partners

Three mobile murals by HEY Studio

Telecoms brand Three have a brand-spanking-new office in Dublin and we’re pleased to say many of the walls are adorned with murals created by our very own Hey Studio. The concept for the new office is that each meeting room is named after a three letter word. The words including – HEN, cheapest HEX, stuff HOT, recipe HUE, ICE, JOY, KIT, KOB, KOI and LAB, were used by Hey as the themes for the illustrations for each room.

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Hey Studio is represented by Handsome Frank

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