Miguel Ordonez is an extremely talented and sought after artist, receiving a lot of attention at the moment; with a best selling book "Dada" under his belt written by Jimmy Fallon and another picture book in progress with Hachette UK Publishing - you can see why when you see his unique style, his vibrant palette and characters!
Jean-Pierre Le Roux was commissioned by 360i to create a series of cool characters for Coca-Cola Freestyle. Jean-Pierre illustrated and produced six animations for this exciting social media and web campaign, which is live now.
Keith Robinson‘s raw talent for strong characterisation and indisputable drawing skills have made him an irreplaceable credit to the Bright family for the past 3 years. Therefore it came to no surprise as the 150th Anniversary of Alice in wonderland arrived this year, that the UK creative was hand picked to illustrate an issue of stamps commemorating the globally loved story. Previously, Keith had worked with Guernsey Post to create several stamp issues and their children’s character, Penny the Postie, who features in two picture books he also author illustrated.
Ben Scruton was delighted to once again team up with NESTA to create another fabulous set of illustrations. NESTA's upcoming report, ‘Creativity Vs the Robots’ suggests that the higher the level of creativity in your job, the least likely it can be automated in the future. NESTA have designed a fun online quiz, which measures the creative and social content of your job to give you one of six results ranging from a high probability of automation to a low probability of automation. Ben was asked to create six ‘cyborg’ characters for the results page of the quiz. Ben absolutely loved working on the project, which allowed his trademark humour to shine through.
Arena Illustration are delighted to introduce the wonderful work of Emily Fox, who has recently joined their list. Emily graduated from University College of Falmouth in 2013 with a first class degree in illustration. A keen observer of life, she is inspired by the people she meets and the world around her. She loves experimenting with colour, spending hours drawing in her sketchbook and she is particularly interested in illustrating children’s picture books and character design for animation. Emily's clever use of colour and strong characterisation means that her work can be applied to all manner of products and she has worked for a wide variety of clients already.
A range of comical characters produced by Chris Boyd illustrate these stories for children. Commissioned by PONK for Hotel Premiere Classe in France, the images which are being used in a leaflet include Le Petit Poucet (Tom Thumb) and Cendrillon (Cinderella) - with a slightly modern twist!
Chris Boyd is represented by Illustration