Puppets for Ted Baker

Ted Baker, who are a great supporter of illustration, commissioned Jerry LoFaro to create two hyper real puppet characters for their new fashion eyewear campaign. Originally planning to make actual models, and then use photography, Ted Baker realised that a better result could be achieved through illustration. They were so happy with the results and Jerry’s work, that they have just commissioned a further set from him which will be seen later this year.

Jerry LoFaro is represented by Phosphor Art

New Artist joint New Division

We are excited to announce that Niko is now exclusively represented by New Division, worldwide.
Niko’s love for graphic art began in the 80?s alongside his love of skateboarding, he was captivated by the colourful artworks emblazoned across skate decks. Since then Niko has developed an illustration style reflecting this and other influences from popular culture. He intertwines everyday objects, typography and bold colours to create fresh shapes.

Cloudspotting for Beginners

'Cloudspotting for Beginners' is an illustration completed by Steinar Lund for Country Life Magazine. Published last month, the piece is for an article on the types of cloud we generally see in the UK, Steinar says "I often walk in the English countryside at weekends and take photographs, including clouds. Consequently I had a lot of cloud photographs which helped in doing the image. Although I was not previously aware of the technical names of clouds, I can now impress/bore my friends by pointing what type of clouds are above our heads!"

Steinar Lund is represented by Illustration Ltd

The Camera never lies!

Gary Newman was commissioned to illustrate the front cover of the paperback edition of Tess Daly's debut novel, 'The Camera Never Lies'. Gary's soft yet chic style ideally sets the tone for the story of big-hearted, northern girl Brit trying to make her way in the world of showbiz.

Gary Newman is represented by New Division

SKANSKA Brochure Illustrations by Frances Castle

The international construction company Skanska, commissioned Frances Castle to illustrate a brochure about their newly refurbished 1980's office building, demonstrating the latest green and sustainable features that reduce costs for energy, water and maintenance operations.
The brief was very specific and complex, Skanska listed 24 different technologies and energy saving measures they wanted Frances to illustrate - not an easy task as there were no architects plans of the construction available as reference. She was given a tour of the Skanska site in Woking, Surrey and took lots of photographs of the numerous systems including the solar photovoltaic panels, rainwater harvesting for flushing the toilets and recycling. Then it was up to her to interpret these for the illustrations including a cut-away of the building. They also required symbols to accompany the text, illustrating energy, renewable energy, water, carbon, innovation etc.
Frances Castle is represented by Arena

FLAVIO MELCHIORRE

Welcome to FLAVIO MELCHIORRE, our new Italian artist, award-winning designer, illustrator, painter and founder of IDRO51 Creative Design Studio. He developed his distinctive personal style "Hypnotic Art" finding inspiration in his own life experiences, in people he met and places he visited. He brings his art to life, combining free-hand drawings with chromatic and iconographic effects, reaching unique results.

Flavio Melchiorre is represented by Phosphor Art

Superheroes: Exhibition Designs by Steve May

Steve May has been working with Discover Children's Story Centre in Stratford, East London on their brand new exhibition SUPERHEROES. Steve created the characters,  a comic and the environments for the exhibition.
Alphabet City is under threat from a mysterious villain and children are given the task of rescuing it from destruction, with the help of five superhero characters 'A', 'E', 'I', 'O' and 'U' who each have their own superpower. They must crack the code and defeat the evil mastermind 'Y' who is stealing all the vowels. The city they inhabit is purely from Steve’s imagination, he also created an animation to visualise the chase through the city streets in pursuit of the villain.

With the Olympics being held just around the corner, the exhibition is already breaking records with 500 recorded visitors on the opening day and 3000 visitors during the first week. SUPERHEROES runs until Sunday 4th November 2012. Steve May is represented by Arena

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