New work from the fabulously talented Esther Cox is now being shown on the Artist Partners website. Esther's work will soon be exhibited at the London Transport Museum which will be celebrating women artists in poster design. Esther produced two designs for the London Transport earlier this year - Excitingly they are now available to see on the tube network.
French illustrator Guillaume Kurkdjian made this set of animated GIFs for the Den Haag, the independent tourist board for The Hague.
Peter Strain brings alive some of Harry Potter’s most iconic quotes in a series of posters for Pottermore.
We are delighted to share the outcome of Peter Strain’s recent collaboration with Pottermore. Peter was commissioned to create these four bespoke and highly covetable typographical art prints, each celebrating an iconic quotation from one of the seven Harry Potter books.
Phosphor Art's Luella Wright has been working hard on some illustrations with Jungle Creative for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool. Her cute characters have been used so far to decorate the walls of the hospital and for apps, games and books for the patients to interact with.
The very talented artist Esther Cox - represented by Artist Partners is a new and very talented illustrator and designer and she was utterly delighted to be awarded the perfect illustrative commissions, which was to produce two London Transport Posters for Transport For London and the images were to depict London's Riverside.
Artist Partners are delighted to announce that Susannah Lovegrove one of their recent signings has been shortlisted for The AOI World Illustration Awards this year and in association with The Directory of Illustration.
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.