Tobias Hall was recently asked by Stroke Art Fair in Munich to create a 8x4 metre mural for its main sponsor, Cadillac. The brief was pretty open, so Tobias set about focusing on words and phrases associated with the car (a Cadillac XT5) and the brand as a whole, then employed varying lettering styles combined with illustration to bring the piece to life.
One year ago, the talented V&A Award winning illustrator Yehrin Tong was approached by Virago - a British publisher committed to championing women's voices - to work with them on a series of 13 books written by influential women writers throughout history, creating stunning title covers in her signature, widely admired repeat-pattern style.
Vince McIndoe was commissioned to create the key visual for The National Advertising Benevolent Society’s (NAB’s) 2018 Stranger Than Summer event: The Crazed Collection.
To find out more about NABS and also the The Crazed Collection event please click here: http://nabs.org.uk/events/stranger-than-summer/
Jacey was commissioned to create the cover of Empire Magazine’s March 2018 issue ‘Greatest Villains’ cover. The illustration is made up of classic movie bad guys as voted for by Empire readers. See below a few other cover images that Jacey has created for Empire over the past 12 months.
Colorado-based Breckenridge Brewery has begun rolling out its new packaging adorned with Florian Schommer’s spectacular illustrations. Each beer features custom artwork inspired by iconic Colorado landscapes, a testament to the brewery’s devotion to craftsmanship and artistry.
Simon Prades was asked by Bloomberg Businessweek to illustrate a powerful cover story by a North Korean defector. Distinct from their usual style, Bloomberg opted to use conceptual artist Simon Prades to illustrate in his complex and moody technique.
Debut Art’s roster is seeing some shiny new faces! From José Bernabé’s exquisite typography, to Marcin Wolski’s moody scenes, to Christian Gralingen’s surreal scenes meet technical diagrams, to Jennifer Dionisio’s modern noir, and to Edu Fuentes’ bold paper animations, these five new artists are redrawing the tenets of traditional illustration.