Matt as always has been a drawing machine and working very hard recently. Time Out asked if Matt could produce their British Airways cover wrap of two cocktails with the titles, 'What if your next Manhattan was in Manhattan, and What if your next Martini was in Santorini?'
I think we can all agree it definitely puts you in the mood for a holiday.
Einat Tsarfati is an illustrator and author, with experience in a broad spectrum of works ranging from magazines, picture books, toys to apps and digital. Graduating with honours from the visual communications department at Bezalel Art and Design Academy, Einat worked as a designer and illustrator in one of Israel’s leading branding studios, before opening her own shop. In illustrations, she expresses her passion for highly-detailed drawing, and especially incorporating comic elements into her creations. Along with her illustration work, Einat also has an online comics Facebook page - 'Things That Annoy Me’ which has over 40,000 followers.
Phosphor Art's scraperboard artist Bill Sanderson has created an illustration for the Atticus column in the new look SundayTimes (which was recently redesigned by Simon Esterson, Mark Porter and their team). Atticus is a political gossip column mostly focusing on Westminster. Bill was asked to create an image combining a snake with a pen - you'll find it every week in the Sunday Times.
We are delighted to welcome Doug Miller, architectural assistant and illustrator to Debut Art.
Stephen Lee has been contributing on a regular basis with Pension’s Insight Magazine. Stephen cleverly makes an incredible visual out of otherwise dry material. This months brief was to celebrate the Annual 50 People in Pensions issue with a Hollywood Walk of Fame flavour including the ever present Pensions Manager. Stephen works traditionally using pencils paper and inks- we do all alterations to final artwork in Photoshop.
Chris Skinner collaborated with Variety Magazine to create an editorial piece of art to accompany their Ghost In The Shell film review.
The concept is based around the construction of life housed within an artificial body and Chris shows the human form created from mechanical parts with the face being one of the last elements to be added.