Lizzie Cullen has scored a hit again with her latest painting for Zizzi Tunbridge Wells. Changing the look slightly, the linear style is still present but she has gone for a period character as the focus of the illustration, in keeping with this historical town.
More are planned for next year so Lizzie will be kept extremely busy!
Lizzie is represented by Phosphor ARt and you can see more of her work here
Jeff Wack has created this brilliant poster for the Driven Agency to celebrate the exhibition of the Bloodhound SCC car at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. The Supersonic Bloodhound is designed to reach speeds of over 1000mph!
Open Jeff's portfolio here
Jeff is represented by Debut Art
This Christmas Kate Forrester (The Artworks) has created these perfectly beautiful hand drawn designs, adding a touch of her elegant charm this festive season to the John Lewis Christmas campaign!
As one of the industries leading pastiche artists Garry Walton was commissioned to produce this extraordinary artwork, for Playstation’s war game ‘Resistance 2’. The brief to feature the games body snatching Chimera character in action in the style of an Art Nouveau poster was challenging, but Garry fused the style and concept seamlessly to create this powerful advertisement.
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Garry is represented by Meiklejohn Illustration
Neal Layton’s illustrations have been used as part of a major refurbishment of the John Harvard Library in Southwark. Artworks from his hilarious novelty book The Story of Everything bring the walls of the children’s area to life.
Neal’s sketchbooks also feature in Nikalas Catlow’s children’s book design blog, the apple and the egg, for Motivation Monday. Nikalas writes:
I’m a bit fan of spontaneity within illustration and Neal Layton is a master of this approach. His work also exudes a sense of playfulness and humour which I think is his real main weapon.
View Neal’s sketchbooks:
Neal is represented by Arena and you can see more of his work here
Susan Hellard’s charming cover artwork and inside illustrations have, once again, ensured the success of the delightful Madame Pamplemousse series, by Bloomsbury. Madame Pamplemousse and the Time Travelling Café was singled out as ‘book of the month’ by the prestigious Lion and Unicorn Children’s bookshop.
Lion and Unicorn:
In this second helping of Madeleine's culinary adventures […] she is more than a match for her enemies, (especially with help from her special friends Madame Pamplemousse and Camembert the cat), in this modern-day fairy tale that has all the lasting qualities of a classic.
See more of Susan's work here
The talented Emma Rios has an impressive 18 pages of her work in the current issue of Tatler magazine.
For this, their 300th Anniversary Edition, Tatler commissioned Emma to created a replica of New/Old Bond Street for 17 jewellers on the famous street. Each jeweller had a replica of the shop front, complete with gorgeous jewellery displays.
See more of Emma's work here
Check out Ben Tallon’s work on E4’s trailer for the new series of Skins.
Working closely with directors at Channel 4, and animation experts Mike Moloney studios, Ben provided all the illustrations and type right from the original pencil skeleton through to the final illustration. See the trailer.
Ben is represented by Illustration ltd, and you can see his portfolio here