Sean Sims

Sean Sims illustrated this guide to good customer service for the Post Office. Sean’s clever use of decorative detail creates eye catching artworks which not only look good but communicate concepts clearly.

Sean Sims is repesented by New Divisions

Barbara Spoettel

The exclusive Belle View Collection shopping centre in Washington State commissioned Barbara Spoettel to illustrate their resident “It” girl Belle.  As Belle is the epitome of style and all things fashion, Barbara’s chic illustrations were perfect to adorn her blog.

Barbara is represented by New Division

Steve May

Boy Zero Wannabe Hero: The Pertrifying Plot of the Plummeting Pants by Peter Millett and illustrated by Steve May is published by Faber and Faber this month.

Steve's hilarious illustrations are used to great comic effect for the first title in this series and he's already working on the second.

Steve May is represented by Arena

Adam Stower

We are delighted to announce that Bottoms Up! has won the Red House Children's Book Award 2010 Young Readers Category.

Congratulations to the winning team, Adam Stower and Jeanne Willis. This award is judged entirely by children which makes it all the more special.

Adam is represented by Arena

David Whittle works on Revo Energy drink ad

Our man David Whittle has recently jetted off to the hot streets of Egypt to be a lead illustrator on the set of a fabulous new advert for Revo Energy Drink. In collaboration with a film company in Bristol, David joined a group of talented folks to take part in the week long film shoot, which involved stop motion animation on a grand scale by painting terrific murals all over the walls and streets. See the brilliant results here:

and the making of the ad here:

David Whittle is represented by the Organisation

Arno and Oasis

Arn0 has produced these amazing posters for the drinks brand Oasis.
Mother London commissioned Arn0 to create this cheeky lady for Oasis's Lunchtime Dreams campaign.

Arno is represented by Debut Art

Open his portfolio here

Jean Paul Gaultier Fragrance

This comic book inspired artwork was created by Peter Thom as part of the latest campaign for Jean Paul Gaultier’s fragrance Le Male.

Peter’s stunning artwork sees the iconic bottle entering a comic book strip as a super Le Male, rescuing a beautiful blonde from the ravages of some nautical heavies. The artwork also involved rendering this collectable bottle of Le Male so that it could be used in a variety of point of sale formats.

Peter Thom is represented by Illustration ltd. Open his portfolio here

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