Leonie Bos- Snape Maltings

"Last summer Leonie was commissioned by Silk Pearce to undertake an artist residency at Snape Maltings. The first step was an initial visit to the venue to get inspiration which Leonie would call upon to produce a series of artworks for various events at the venue.
These images are the first instalment of her efforts which are currently being used to promote Aldeburgh Festival in June. Check out the Snape Maltings website for further details and of course to see Leonie's work in all its glory. More to come!"

Sarah Maycock- Sometimes I Feel…: A Menagerie of Feelings Big and Small

"Sometimes I feel as big as a bear . . . But there will always be someone bigger than me. There are lots of ways that we can feel, so many emotions big and small. Sarah Maycock explores our feelings through a collection of animal similes and poetic prose, imagined with sublime illustrations that perfectly embody each emotion. Even a big bear can feel small sometimes. A thought-provoking one-off picture book from an illustrator skyrocketing in popularity."

Sarah Maycock is represented by Handsome Frank

Bruno Mangyoku – Ustwo

Bruno Mangyoku has teamed up with award-winning independent game studio UsTwo, to promote their latest offering ‘Assemble With Care'. Bruno was commissioned to create Key Art for the new title alongside assets for an animated trailer. Art direction by Studio Something. The game is available now on Apple Arcade.

Martina Flor – Foreign Policy Magazine

Climate change is a topic that concerns us all and is something that Foreign Policy wanted to highlight in a recent article based on the term 'Flugscham'. The word is a German term for the 'flying shame' experienced over the carbon footprint of air travel. It was therefore very fitting to have Berlin based, typographer, Martina Flor tackle the subject with custom lettering and illustrated icons.
Thanks to Lori Kelley for the art direction and opportunity to work on this.

David Sparshott – REDA ‘Ordinary Day’

Established in 1865, Reda is an Italian wool mill with a rich history of producing high quality fabrics. Fast forward to 2019 and the company was looking for an illustrator to help launch their innovative new Reda Flexo fabric.

The fabric is designed specifically for suits and it's USP lies in it's flexibility to be worn for any number of different activities throughout the day. The brand wanted to bring this to life, by illustrating a number of scenes in the everyday routine of a busy suit wearing man. David Sparshott was identified as the perfect fit (excuse the pun) to draw up the Reda 'Ordinary Day'.

The images will be used on the client's website, at trade shows and across social media channels.

David Sparshott is represented by Handsome Frank

January 2020
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