We are delighted to announce several Début Art represented artists have had their work recognised by the Communication Arts Awards, American Illustration and American Photography (AI-AP) Awards, and the AOI’s World Illustration Awards 2019.
In anticipation of Game of Thrones final season, Entertainment Weekly asked Justin Metz to sculpt the series’ main dragon in CGI. Reminiscent of a classic museum piece, Justin’s grand marble dragon bust echos the series’ place in television history.
Justin Metz is represented by Début Art
Polish based illustrator Karolina is a regular contributor to Tatler Magazine in Ireland.
Known for her fashion inspired felt tip girls, Karolina's most recent portrait was commissioned for their 'Power Issue'
Meiklejohn are delighted to invite Tom Peake to the agency. Tom plays with visual metaphors to create thought-provoking images. His use of rich colours and graphic shapes have earned him a loyal following over the first six months of his career; having already built up an impressive client list since graduating from Falmouth University last summer, Tom is definitely one to watch.
The artwork was for their new ice cream range Vapaus, meaning Freedom. The brief was to recreate Henri Rousseau's masterpiece 'The Dream'incorporating Scandinavian fauna and flora, evoking total indulgence and a feeling of paradise.
Laura Barrett was commissioned by Little Brown to create a cover for Clare Mackintosh’s new book, A Cotswold Family Life
Laura very much enjoyed working on this commission, “It was a joy to work on this and a place that’s close to my heart as I’ve spent a lot of time there since childhood.” We love the final design and beautiful illustration by Laura.
Harriet Popham combined her passion for pattern design and illustration with her family’s farming background in the beautiful artwork for this pocket-sized lifestyle book Vegetable Gardening Wisdom - Daily Advice and Inspiration for Getting the Most From Your Garden published by Storey.
When Bright artist Eleanor Hancock got hooked on Love Island last summer, she had no idea that less than a year later she would be illustrating the autobiography of star contestant, Dani Dyer. With her broad illustration background, including fashion design, greetings and gift, product design and packaging, Eleanor was primed to take on this unique challenge.