Phosphor Art are pleased to now be representing Rive Gauche Studio artist Marcel Laverdet, a very versatile illustrator. Marcel's best known for his 3D work, but his talents also extend to pastiche artworks.
AMV recently contacted Phosphor Art with details of a mammoth project for BT Sport - an Out of Home campaign promoting 'Four Competitions, One Venue'. The resulting artwork focused on the mascots of several football teams from The Europa League, The Champions League, The FA Cup and The Premier League. Jon Rogers was tasked with painting each mascot in a classical renaissance style, fighting no holds barred towards a football.
Phosphor Art's James Gifford was recently commissioned by Oxford University Press to illustrate Thorkild's Song by Rudyard Kipling in his signature Graphic Novel style. The poem is from The Puck of Pook's Hill, originally published in 1906 and is sung by a Danish seafarer hoping for wind. We're looking forward to receiving our copy of the book with the text on James' gorgeous illustrations. For now you can read the poem below...
Phosphor Art's Tiago Galo has been gaining a lot of attention lately, with features on websites such as It's Nice That, Illustration Age, Creative Boom and more. His work is constantly evolving so we thought you might like to learn a little bit more about this exciting new illustrator and his work...
Phosphor Art's Darren Whittington is celebrating 20 years of working as an illustrator by sharing 100 images of his work throughout the years in 100 days. So far the illustrations he's shared have showed a vast portfolio of very different jobs and paint quite an interesting picture of how the world we live in has changed since Darren's first job.
Phosphor's Dave Hopkins is known for his etching style pen and ink illustrations, which are perfect for both fiction and non-fiction books. His distinctive style is showcased on the cover art for 101 Stumbles in the March of History, a new book from the author of 100 Mistakes that Changed History. Dave's task was to illustrate scenes such as Columbus sailing off the side of the flat Earth and The White House flying the Union Jack.
Phosphor's digital artist Mardo El-Noor recently worked on an exciting project with award-winning editorial cartoonist Tom Scott. Mardo created 8 large-scale digital paintings of Tom’s cartoons, the oldest of which was from 1988. The original cartoons were black and white felt-tip illustrations, on yellowing, coffee-stained paper and were all based on our impact on the environment.
Mardo El-Noor does it again with this recent web advert for Auckland’s 10 minute train service. Motion graphics pro Mardo has taken inspiration from the Russian avant-garde and propaganda in this short animation promoting the ’10 Minute Train Revolution’ in Auckland, New Zealand.