Phosphor Art's Laura Redburn was approached by Wired Magazine to create this mini collage to accompany an article comparing Hollywood film Passengers with British novelist Katie Khan's debut Hold Back the Stars. Laura originally created a piece with her stash of vintage collage materials, but her and the team at Wired decided it needed a more futuristic sci-fi look, resulting in this stunning digital collage of film stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence.
Phosphor Art would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas! Here are two very different Christmas cards illustrated by Phosphor Artists this year.
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.