Straight off a flight from Toulouse , Will made it in time for the Press Launch of his collaboration with Henry Holland for Debenhams on Saturday.
James Taylor, Infomen and Yehrin Tong all contributed to THE RIVERSIDE MAGAZINE’s recent success, when it scooped up not one but three design awards: The German Design Award, the Iconic awards, and the Red Dot Design award.
Take a look at this video on YouTube:
Phosphor Art’s Fiammetta Dogi recently bagged some space in the gorgeous new Betty Annual. Betty is a beautifully designed independent magazine for women about women. Their philosophy is for people to embrace who they are and celebrate it. Fiammetta created several chapter headings consisting of beautifully intricate flowers wrapping around letters – definitely worth cutting out and framing!
Sunny Gu designs a vivacious T-Shirt for Max & Riley in Boston.
The floral and feminine illustration with its dominant reds was created to celebrate the clothing boutique's grand opening. Sunny has produced a striking design for the flower loving fashion conscious girl!
Hugely talented illustrator, designer, and writer Charlie Sutcliffe has been busily working away during the summer on new story texts, and ideas for new children's books.
We have a lovely new pdf portfolio of his recent work which we would love to send you if you would like to see more of his stunning artworks and text ideas.
Charlie's work is totally unique, and works brilliantly in Games, Books, Prints etc
The campaign aims to keep children safe on UK's beaches and comprises of a safety pack called 'Hold Tight, Hand Up!' and a music video to support the message. Targeted at the slightly older child who loves to bodyboard, the free pack is full of top tips for parents, a wave guide for children and animated stickers they can attach to bodyboards and beach bags. Duncan created the cool characters and all the art for the different goodies in the pack. The animation was also designed by Duncan; he then directed two 2D animators from Sun & Moon Studios in Bristol with Proximity providing the music and VFX. Watch the video here.
Tracie created a mysterious cityscape that integrates with the 3D watch display towers in the Ted Baker & Moore store on Commercial Street, London. The colours and lighting make it feel like a surreal night scene from a dark comic that fit with Ted Baker’s sharp style and fun approach to all their visuals.