Artist Spotlight: Guy McKinley



Since 2003 Guy Mckinley has been consistently producing character heavy, offbeat, colourful illustrations. A Japanese influence is clearly visible in a lot of his work and so pattern, colour and detailing run strongly throughout. McKinley’s work is infused with his love of old comic and storybook art from his youth.


Chris Labrooy – Sushi Shop London

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Chris Labrooy has illustrated the packaging for Sushi Shop London’s latest offering, London Box. In his trademark humorous style, Chris created 6 lively anthromporphic letters to form the branding ‘London’ on the box’s exterior.


Jean-Pierre Le Roux Character Series for Coca-Cola


Jean-Pierre Le Roux was commissioned by 360i to create a series of cool characters for Coca-Cola Freestyle. Jean-Pierre illustrated and produced six animations for this exciting social media and web campaign, which is live now.


Corking Illustrations from Dave Hopkins

Chaplin & Cork by Dave Hopkins

Phosphor Art’s Dave Hopkins recently illustrated two master cider makers both called Bob! Bob Chaplin and Bob Clark are the men behind Chaplin & Cork's - purveyors of fine Somerset Cider made at The Shepton Mallet Cider Mill.


Sarah Maycock – RFU Rugby World Cup 2015 Launch Party


As you’re probably well aware, we’re currently in the midst of a Rugby World Cup, which is being hosted right here in England. To launch what the third biggest sporting event in the world, the RFU (Rugby Football Union) last week hosted a party at London’s Dunbar Court attended by rugby legends like Jonny Wilkinson and Jason Leonard, as well as Prince Harry and Prime Minister David Cameron. Right there in the middle of proceedings was a specially commissioned series of Sarah Maycock’s beautiful illustrations.


Bulmers #livecolourful festival installation by Thomas Burden



Last year 3D illustrator Thomas Burden created a striking piece of work for Bulmers, depicting the words ‘Live Colourful’ at a festival in large block letters. Well those clever makers of tasty cider have only gone and made a real life-size version of the artwork, which was on show at various festivals throughout the UK.


Joël Penkman – EAT


Purveyors of excellent food and drink EAT, recently commissioned a new series of paintings by the wondrous Joël Penkman. Working in her trademark egg tempera style, Joël has created four images which will be displayed in EAT's stores across the country. Tasty stuff.


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