We love Mark Boardman's packaging for Dualit's new compostable coffee bags. Mark illustrated three tranquil scenes to reflect the origins of these unique coffee blends.
Printmaker and illustrator Graham Carter’s intricate and beautifully patterned work is influenced by the natural world and all of it’s textures and hues. When the conservation writer Benedict Macdonald got in touch about Graham illustrating his latest book, Rebirding, it seemed like the perfect fit.
Paper artist Helen Musselwhite has been putting in the hours, creating a stop-frame animation for Hoegaarden. Commissioned by Virtue each short animation consists of around 120 shots where Helen meticulously moved each element by hand to make up the full animation.
View the whole clip on Instagram.
Gary Blythe is one of the country’s finest classical illustrators and artists, having won the much coveted Clio Award in Advertising, and the Kate Greenaway prize for the classical children’s book entitled: The Whales Song, and many more prestigious works in both advertising and publishing.
Here is a recent artwork that he has produced entitled: The Clown - beautifully rendered by pencil only.
For more of his breathtaking and distinctively sublime drawings, and paintings please visit the website :
We are delighted to announce several Début Art represented artists have had their work recognised by the Communication Arts Awards, American Illustration and American Photography (AI-AP) Awards, and the AOI’s World Illustration Awards 2019.
In anticipation of Game of Thrones final season, Entertainment Weekly asked Justin Metz to sculpt the series’ main dragon in CGI. Reminiscent of a classic museum piece, Justin’s grand marble dragon bust echos the series’ place in television history.
Justin Metz is represented by Début Art