Phosphor Art's Christopher Nielsen was chuffed to hear that Balloon to the Moon, a book he illustrated for Gill Arbuthnott and Big Picture Press (Templar) won the 'Children’s Trade 9 to 16 Years' category at the British Book Design & Production Awards.
Phosphor Art's Ben the Illustrator has created an emoji for pop icon Elton John. Commissioned by freelancer Katie Roden, who was working on the campaign to promote Elton's autobiography, Me: Elton John.
The campaign had been months in the planning and included rainbow buses in London, video ads at Elton's football ground (Watford FC) and interviews with Elton himself.
It’s 20 magical years since we opened the pages of J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third spell binding Harry Potter story in which readers were first introduced to the notion of casting their Patronus, a protective spell that manifests as a silvery animal guardian.