Corey Brickley collaborated with Vice in the creation of the cover for their Fiction issue, released this December 2017.
Doug was asked to create the Christmas cover for a property magazine, The London Magazine.
Si Scott was commissioned by Ballantine’s Whisky to work on a multifaceted
brief for the Japanese arm of their latest campaign, marking the release of
a new line of single malt whiskies. Whilst Ballantine’s prides itself in its
rich cultural heritage and the traditional methods they use to make their
whisky, they wanted to emphasise the spirit of innovation and daring that
led them to create their new product.
Blood Bros. is the newest illustrator to work on the ubiquitous (and celebrated) Seamless “How New York Eats” campaign with BBH New York.
Through October, the characters can be spotted wrapped around The Garden and nearby bicycle stations. Blood Bros.’s characters also wrapped the cover of TimeOut New York on October 11th to promote the campaign’s social competition.
James Taylor creates artwork for the rebranding of British philanthropic charity.
This month sees the re-launch of the identity for the Saint George’s Society of New York , an association founded in 1770 to help Brits in New York who have fallen on hard times. The rebranding was spearheaded by Landor Associates.
Pierre Doucin was asked illustrate the cover story for Korn Ferry Briefings, the very slick leadership and talent magazine. Using his photography expertise and CGI mastery, Pierre constructed a perfectly eerie (other)world to accompany the mission-impossible themed article.
Pietari Posti was selected to create a library of 27 delightful images for Macy’s specialty events. His charming illustrations promote Macy’s in-store events ranging from back-to–school shopping, to holiday specials, to cooking events, and more!
Later this Summer, The Coningsby Gallery will be delighted to welcome Début Art-represented artist Alan Berry Rhys to The Coningsby Gallery to present ‘Carnada Viva’, an exhibition of original paintings and screenprints inspired by the culture and lifestyle surrounding the Paraná River in Argentina. The exhibition will run from the 29th August until 9th September 2017.