Bright Artist Rachael Presky has collaborated for the second time with Adobe UK to produce a ‘Thank You NHS’ illustration. Rachael created the art during a live-stream on Adobe UK’s Youtube channel, and you can see the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5QltMrDHDQ
See more of Rachael’s work in her portfolio: https://thebrightagency.com/uk/illustration/artists/rachael-presky
Josy was called upon to illustrate this spring edition of the IPPR's progressive Review cover. The Institute for Public Policy Research is the UK’s pre-eminent progressive think tank whose purpose is to promote research into and the education of the public in the economic, social and political sciences and in science and technology, the voluntary sector and social enterprise, public services, and industry and commerce.
The IPPR engages with he public, with opinion formers, and policymakers and politicians of all parties on a variety of social and economic issues.
Josy has recently created a few self- initiated Corona Virus illustrations, she is also becoming known for her lovely children's book illustrations and has a number of titles in the pipeline to be published- watch this space.
Clare Elsom has a new book out with the lovely publisher Usborne. "Dodos have been extinct for over 300 years. But what if they could be given another chance at life? Just imagine that!
It’s a lighthearted chat, covering subjects as diverse as illustration styles, to the location of Sid Vicous’ grave. As ever, please us know what you think and if you leave us a review and rating we’ll love you forever.
Jesús Sotés was commisioned by Xauxa, a fair trade and organic chocolatier, to illustrate the packaging for their new range of vegan chocolate, ethically sourced from Peru.
The Artworks is very excited to introduce you to our newest artist to join the family: Lizzie King. Working across a variety of mediums including; window painting, prop making, pinatas(!) and illustration, Lizzie can consistently bring her signature brand of fun to any project.
It’s a strange and unprecedented time for all of us, but Phosphor have been pleased to see that their illustrators’ creativity has not been stifled and they continue to ‘Illustrate to create a better world’. A number of Phosphor’s artists have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic with illustrations. Here are just a few of their creative responses…
Van Gogh is sporting a face mask but it won’t stay on, as he’s missing an ear (by Pastiche)
Jonathan Leach created this artwork inspired by where it all began, China’s wet markets
The new symbol of wealth and privilege by Alexander Jackson
Jon Rogers has repurposed some illustrations he did for a pharmaceutical brand into a ‘Corona Home Exercise Guide’
Laura Redburn created this Wes Anderson-esqe collage to remind people to stay 2m apart.
Dave Hopkins came up with this interesting alternative to a face mask
IDRO51 (aka Flavio Melchiorrre) has created a colouring sheet of his ‘Fake News’ artwork to keep us all entertained and remind us to be on our guard while browsing the media