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

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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

Kensington Palace Gardens

Be sure to keep your eyes to the skies this summer when walking through the gardens of Kensington Palace so you don’t miss these astounding creations by Emma Rios.

This is another feather in the hat of creative mastermind Emma who designed these metal silhouetted archways throughout the Sunken Garden, where they will remain for 2 years. Encompassing some ideas and designs from a group of teenagers, the arches tell a story of the princesses who have lived within the palace walls. Emma was honoured to have her work as part of the show.

Emma is represented by Illustration. Open her portfolio here

Elephant Parade

If there’s an elephant in your room then I hope it’s Rosie Sanders' beautifully decorated example.

Rosie hand painted exquisite orchids on the elephant which is one of two hundred 4ft high elephants placed around London as part of the Elephant Parade London 2010. It is a project which aims to raise funds to protect the Asian elephant. Rosie’s elephant is currently at Swallow Street near Piccadilly, where it will stay until it is auctioned off at Sothebys later this year. To see more of Rosie’s stunning work she has an exhibition coming up, it opens on the 8th June at Park Walk Gallery in Chelsea.

Rosie Sanders is represented by Illustration Ltd. Open her portfolio here

Kim leads the way through Bright’s Heartfelt Agency

Since Kim Martin appointed us as her agent at the beginning of 2008, she has excelled through Heartfelt, being one of our most successful artists. Kim’s versatility and talent enables her to create outstanding pieces of artwork for the greetings and gift market, covering all occasions and styles. Kim’s most recent work can been seen at Noel Tatt, Paperlink and International Greetings.


Kim Martin is represented by the Bright Agency

Simon Bartram over the Moon

Everyone’s heard of Bob, The Man on the Moon, well now you can see the play inspired by Simon’s award-winning book. Written and produced by Travelling Light and Sixth Sense Theatre Company, this delightful production is being shown at venues around the UK; including, Stratford Circus Arts Centre on 1st May and London Arts Despot on 2nd May.

Simon Bartram is represented by Arena

Thomas Flintham

Thomas Flintham was asked to create an imaginative window display for Adam B, a printers near Tottenham Court Road in Central London.

He came up with this surreal landscape and characters, which he’s now developing into an animation.

Thomas Flintham is represented by Arena

Christopher Gibbs

Christopher has recently illustrated the covers for L.J. Smith’s Night of the Solstice and Heart of Valour.

Simon & Schuster commissioned him to complete the first cover with only 7 days from brief to final artwork, to coincide with the launch of the TV series ‘The Vampire Diaries’ based on Smith’s popular novel.

Christopher manipulates digital imagery to create multi-layered pictures, using photography and graphic symbols with rich textures, which perfectly suited the brief.

He explains: “It was a real challenge; a couple of sleepless nights, lots of digital painting and some fairy dust thrown in for good measure. The following week I completed the cover for the sequel, with about the same amount of time!”

Christopher Gibbs is represented by Arena

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