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.
Phosphor Art's Alexander Jackson was commissioned to create this sample piece for a graphic novel. It was sadly later cancelled but we love the illustration so much that we think it deserves to be shared!
Pastiche just completed a wonderful illustration for the cover of the Lawyer magazine – the theme being lawyers are blissfully unaware of the changes going on around them in their own profession. The Lawyer usually uses photography on its cover so this was an exciting experiment for them, and everyone was thrilled with the result.
Alexander Jackson's portfolio on the Phosphor Art website has had a freshen up and is now filled with his most recent illustrations. It's been a pleasure for those at Phosphor to watch Alexander's illustration style develop over the years and they are proud to showcase his brilliant portraits, editorial work and cover artwork.
Alexander has a passion for music and you'll find portraits and tributes to many pop culture icons in his portfolio, alongside his recent editorial pieces.
Get in touch with Trina at Phosphor Art if you'd like to commission Alexander.