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.
For many years Gavin Reece has had the pleasure of illustrating the infamous Mrs Mills for The Sunday Times Style Magazine. Both Mrs Mills' and Gavin's style have evolved over time, keeping up to date with the season's trends. Here are four of the fearsome Agony Aunt's most recent looks, which Gavin has illustrated with his usual glamorous flair.
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.
Oscar was recently commissioned by the iconic New York alt-weekly The Village Voice to create a portrait of Donald Trump, for an article titled "Stop Making Sense", giving advice for writers in the current political landscape. Oscar collaborated closely with them, using Trumps' own words, curated by the Voice's editors, to create this portrait.