Nick Lowndes has illustrated the cover and several pages inside the Health Foundation's latest publication. 'Could Quality Be Cheaper?' is a case study which looks at how improvements in quality have helped to reduce costs for three local health services. Nick's illustrations reference many of the different areas of healthcare covered in the study.
Our man Fred van Deelen has recently produced a wonderful map for the huge global river cruise company, Viking. They were so impressed with his artwork for their advert in the Telegraph that they have taken it on as part of their worldwide advertising campaign and will be published in print, brochures, and web for all to see. Well done Fred!
Fred Van Deelen is represented by the Organisation
Multi talented artist and designer Nod Young recently completed a series for an Italian Design magazine, where he worked on a special project celebrating Beijing Design Week 2011.
The illustrations are type based which is Nod’s great passion. Nod Young is represented by Phosphor Art
Daniel Morgenstern has been producing his wonderful portraits of well-known personalities for many years, both with collage and digitally, and his work has been seen in most of the mainstream magazines and newspapers worldwide. Here is a selection of his recent very topical pieces.
Matthew Laznicka was thrilled with his commission from Hearst Publishing’s Popular Mechanics.
Originally commissioned as an editorial illustration, the success of the image meant the magazine decided to use it for the May 2011 cover. Matthew says “It had always been my dream to be on the cover. My father and grandfather were always subscribers and I loved as a child going through the old box my grandad had dating back to the 40's.”
Matthew Laznicka is represented by Illustration Ltd
The Spring issue of Intelligent Life has run a huge portrait of Bob Dylan by the gifted Kathryn Rathke. The portrait was in honour of his 70th birthday, and not the first Kathryn has created for the magazine, she says: “… it is a glorious magazine and I treasure every copy that Martin Lovelock sends me. ..”
Kathryn Rathke is represented by Illustration Ltd