Phosphor Art's Christopher Nielsen has illustrated a beautiful book called Once Upon an ABC, published by Little Hare (Hardie Grant Egmont). Christopher’s vibrant illustrations accompany Sophie Masson’s lively alphabetical verse. The book is out now in Australia and will be published in the UK later this year.
Phosphor Art's scraperboard artist Bill Sanderson has created an illustration for the Atticus column in the new look SundayTimes (which was recently redesigned by Simon Esterson, Mark Porter and their team). Atticus is a political gossip column mostly focusing on Westminster. Bill was asked to create an image combining a snake with a pen - you'll find it every week in the Sunday Times.
Phosphor Art's Mardo El-Noor had a busy 2016, working on lots of exciting motion projects for advertising campaigns and music videos. Somehow he still found the time to develop his design and typography work AND work on MART/AN STUDIO projects, including a wonderful collaboration with cartoonist Tom Scott. Take a look at what Mardo got up to in his motion showreel below and get in touch if you’d like to commission him in 2017!
Phosphor Art’s Marcel Laverdet (Rive GaucheStudio) recently completed a set of illustrations for Catacrom, makers of preservative-free eye drops – soothing relief for allergic eyes.
Three of our most established illustrators recently worked with Penguin Random House/Vintage Classics on some illustrations for a series of yellowbacks to celebrate WH Smith’s 225th Anniversary.
Phosphor Art's Tiago Galo recently completed an editorial piece for the FTMoney supplement inside the Weekend Financial Times newspaper. Tiago read the article about 'Olderpreneurs' (older people who have gone freelance) and came up with the idea of a board game, with older people playing and walking through it.
Phosphor Art are pleased to introduce you to their latest artist, Lee Ford. Lee’s unique approach to graphic image making has a strong connection to traditional print based methods and has evolved through many years of experimentation. These traditionally printed elements are combined with digital and analogue graphic processes that include found ephemera, drawing and photography all described using a playful, visceral visual language that explores both concept and aesthetic in equal measure.