Introducing Lee Ford

 


Phosphor Art are pleased to introduce you to their latest artist, Lee Ford. Lee’s unique approach to graphic image making has a strong connection to traditional print based methods and has evolved through many years of experimentation. These traditionally printed elements are combined with digital and analogue graphic processes that include found ephemera, drawing and photography all described using a playful, visceral visual language that explores both concept and aesthetic in equal measure.

A little Film About… Jean Jullien

https://vimeo.com/110875361

 

One sunny Friday back in September we spent the day in an unimposing field with Jean Jullien. Armed with a RED camera, a selection of pens and one brightly coloured Hawaiian shirt, Eoin & Angus unleashed their cinematic minds with the aim to create a film that captured Jean's work and his process and of course, his striking personality.

 

Jean Jullien is represented by Handsome Frank

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A Crayola Campaign

Turine Tran works with Leo Burnett in Vietnam to produce a series of hand drawn images for a Crayola advertising campaign.

The campaign was to promote brand awareness in a visually arresting way with the concept of 'unrolling' a colour pencil, laying it out flat, and seeing all the visuals that are waiting to be drawn by that pencil. Currently used on billboards, street posters, in-store, as well as press and digital use, the three drawings celebrate the craft of drawing. Turine says "The main challenge was actually creating a visual that just used one colour. Each visual (red, green and blue) features only objects of that one colour. So for example, red is full of London buses, Santa Claus, roses etc and blue is full of blue water, blue whales, blue jeans etc. We had to use only one colour in each illustration to create light and shade and a feeling of depth and movement. The key objective was to make passers-by stop and go 'wow'....It's been a great deal of fun working on this, and people's reaction with the billboard is awesome to behold."

Turine Tran is represented by Illustration

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Make Architects

Master of detail Mike Hall completes ten architectural drawings for Make Architects.

This set of drawings represent some of the company's recent completed projects, and have been used in their latest annual; a 10th Anniversary edition. Mike says "Each drawing was based on photographs and drawn using fineline pen on Bristol Board. The list of ten buildings to be drawn was decided by the annual's design team. The drawings were included as detachable postcards at the rear of the book."

Mike Hall is represented by Illustration

image-1The Copper Box interior, Olympic Park, London

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BT Artbox by Lizzie Mary Cullen

As part of BT Artboxes, sick London’s biggest public art exhibition supporting ChildLine‘s 25th Anniversary, website like this leading illustrator, this  Lizzie Mary Cullen was commissioned by First Direct to transform their phone box into a work of art in just 24 hours non stop, starting at 10am on the 18th June 2012 in Covent Garden. Lizzie completed the box with a fantastic design, and it will be auctioned for the charity later this month.

Lizzie Mary Cullen is represented by Phosphor Art

Lux Harmonium 7” Single

This fine drawing created by Hannah Megee is for Lux Harmonium's recent 7" single. The Bones You Break / Camel Bones came out a couple of weeks ago on the Static Caravan label. Hannah says " I decided to use the image of the donkey for two reasons; firstly, it was play on words as both songs have the word 'bones' in the title, so a little reference to the saying 'the straw that broke the donkey's back'. The second reason is that Luke Jones, the talent behind Lux Harmonium, often reminds me of a sad donkey." The image was produced in pencil and then lightly coloured in Photoshop.

Hannah Megee is represented by Illustration Ltd

Matthew Cook at Mother

Matthew Cook was delighted to have been asked recently to spend a week at Mother advertising agency, for sale capturing day to day life there through his illustrations. Mark Waites, remedy Creative Partner at Mother said: “We wanted to invite Matthew in to draw what he saw at the Mother offices, not only because he’s an amazing draughtsman with a beautiful and unique style, but because he’s witnessed the extremity of battle. After his work in Afghanistan we thought it would be interesting for him to turn his gaze on the on the inconsequential that happens at Mother.” http://above-the-lines.tumblr.com/

Matthew Cook is represented by The Artworks

Herons!

Moose and Yeti are forever pushing the boundaries with a unique concept .... a triptic of artworks “The Three Herons”

Moose and Yeti who are now back from Spain are working on many new and interesting commissions and about to explore the US
The inspiration for the three artworks of Herons...  "The Heron brings messages of self-determination and self-reliance and represent an ability to progress and evolve.  All of which are very important to Moose and Yeti in their progression as artists"!
Moose and Yeti are represented by Artist Partners !

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