Another successful editorial collaboration with Anjelica Roselyn AARP for the new girlfriend website.
6 Reasons Coworkers Often Make The Best Friend And why I miss them so much right now...
"Tropical palm trees and luxuriant forests. Exotic bestiary and wild patterns. Botanical-artsy suggestions and labyrinths of luxuriant foliage. Welcome to the (new) jungle! "
Bright Artist Jessica Smith has created some fun and vibrant editorial illustrations for Slimming World Magazine’s latest issue. mix The article, ‘The A-Z of Health’ features colourful lettering created by Jessica, with some engaging and encouraging spot illustrations.
See more of Jessica’s work in her portfolio HERE
Bright Artist Rachael Presky not only illustrates, she also has a biomedical sciences degree. In response to the Coronavirus, she’s created a series of incredible pictures that mix illustrate different information about the virus, spreading some needed clarity in the midst of so much misinformation!
See more of Rachael’s work in her portfolio HERE
IllustrationX are delighted to have Abi Langridge – AKA Paperface join as their latest signing having won the SAA Award at the WIA Awards last year where she stood out to all of us with her, her portfolio is now Live on the site and she is welcoming commissions.
Working in a bold, graphical style, Paperface – creates illustrations that are punchy and expressive, yet light-hearted in tone and thoroughly charming. Her background in graphic garida design means she’s adept at reducing clutter and ensuring that the core message hits home in an instant, knows her way around an agency brief and understands the creative process.
Growing up in Grantham, Abi has been drawn to illustration since childhood. She received a degree in graphic design from Leeds University, before working in London and New York, later returning to the UK and settling in Yorkshire. Her time in the US is a big source of inspiration, with the landscape, culture, people, food and wildlife across the country feeding into her personal work.
To see Paperface's outstanding work please visit her portfolio HERE
Dawn Cooper was asked by BBC Wildlife Magazine to create an illustration teeming with life to accompany an article that delves into the history of hedgerows. Excited to help illustrate their importance, Dawn set about making an image that looked wild and abundant, a time-consuming task but ultimately very satisfying!
This self-inspired image speaks for itself -sums up the current situation in a lot of households by sitting and hoping it will all go away!
Other images show some recent new work completed in the last months. Øivind is available for commissions.