Lynn Hatzius

We are delighted to introduce you to the inspiring work of illustrator and collage artist Lynn Hatzius, the latest artist to join Phosphor. Offering a number of distinctive styles, including collages featuring vintage engravings and intricate prints with a papercut look, Lynn has previously been commissioned by publishers including Random House, GQ Magazine and Readers Digest.

 

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Mikimoto’s Pearls

Nuno DaCosta was honoured to be asked to illustrate the cover of The Telegraph's Fine Jewellery Supplement.

And for the second year running, he has produced this beautifully seductive piece featuring Mikimoto's pearls. The illustration was commissioned by the editor to go with an essay by renowned fine jewellery historian and author Vivienne Becker.
Nuno Da Costa is represented by Illustration Ltd
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Letter from Melbourne

David McConochie has been commissioned by Conde Nast Traveller Magazine to illustrate 'Letter from Melbourne' for their November 2013 issue.

David has used his blend of montage with blistering vibrant colours and exemplary attention to detail, to create an effortless narrative image which encompasses

David McConochie is represented by The Art Market

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E2 Living

Commissioned by Strudel, Montana Forbes has created some top drawings for The Colt E2 Brochure.
Montana was asked to produce five illustrations for the booklet which shows off a new living complex in East London's Bethnal Green. Each had to depict residents who would occupy the apartments, socialise and work in the surrounding areas. The results are great looking artworks, which work particularly well in the final design. Montana says "It was good fun and very interesting to make up the characters...the chosen demographic being 20-30....creative and fashion forward but very individual in look."

Montana Forbes is represented by Illustration Ltd

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