Frances Castle was commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to create illustrations for their new Kid's Guide to their London museum. The book is aimed at children aged 7 to 11 and had to be accessible and appealing to both girls and boys. IWM London re-opened it's doors after a refurbishment in July 2014, in time for the Centenary of the First World War and Frances' brief was to interpret the newly designed atrium with it's displays of iconic planes and other objects. She also produced a series of comic strips telling stories of people's experience of war and conflict up to the present day.
Emma Cowlam has successfully launched into a new linear style which is going down a storm
Emma, known for her her unique approach to hand sewn illustrations; is successful , working with the likes of Elle, Elle Decoration, Living Etc & Country Homes and Interiors, Victoria & Albert Museum and Radley.
A new museum dedicated to the art of storytelling, funded by legendary Star Wars director, George Lucas, is to be built in Chicago and planned to be completed in 2018.
We are extremely proud to learn that artwork from Chris Moore is one of the first to be selected to exhibit.
Chris is a world-renowned commercial illustrator specialising in sci-fi illustration and the piece chosen by the Lucas Museum was painted for Philip K. Dick’s classic novel “Ubik”. It fits beautifully in the catalogue of images that have so far been revealed on their website.
We love the new cover look Carrie May has created for best selling author Katherine Rundell. Carrie worked with the design team at Faber and Faber to illustrate this beautiful cover for Rundell’s debut novel ‘The Girl Savage’, the tale of a young girl uprooted from her life in Zimbabwe, destined for boarding school in London. We love Carrie’s artwork, which captures Will’s wild adventures on her African farm.
Phosphor Art’s Fiammetta Dogi recently bagged some space in the gorgeous new Betty Annual. Betty is a beautifully designed independent magazine for women about women. Their philosophy is for people to embrace who they are and celebrate it. Fiammetta created several chapter headings consisting of beautifully intricate flowers wrapping around letters – definitely worth cutting out and framing!
Sunny Gu designs a vivacious T-Shirt for Max & Riley in Boston.
The floral and feminine illustration with its dominant reds was created to celebrate the clothing boutique's grand opening. Sunny has produced a striking design for the flower loving fashion conscious girl!
With the 2015/16 Premiere League just around the corner, Matt Herring kicked off the season opener of FourFourTwo magazine, the world’s biggest football magazine, with this striking cover. Welcome to the season of salvation.
Last year 3D illustrator Thomas Burden created a striking piece of work for Bulmers, depicting the words ‘Live Colourful’ at a festival in large block letters. Well those clever makers of tasty cider have only gone and made a real life-size version of the artwork, which was on show at various festivals throughout the UK.