Harry Malt + Serge Seidlitz / Ted Baker “Ted’s Drawing Room”

Harry Malt & Serge Seidlitz were asked to help celebrate the in-store launch of Ted Baker's SS12 campaign The Great Exhibitionist and his Private Views, with a host of other acclaimed illustrators to create a digital fashion portrait service called Ted's Drawing Room.

Harry & Serge were set up at Ted HQ by Guided Collective to receive images of customers & their Ted look that that had been taken using special Instagram booths located in Ted Baker stores. The photographs were automatically beamed straight into the artist's studio ­ Ted's Drawing Room for the boys and the others to recreate as an original artwork.

You can watch a short film on the days event here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V86etLochUM

Vince McIndoe / Mary’s Bottom Line ‘Kinky Knickers’ Packaging

We're very pleased to show you this sexy pin up by Vince McIndoe for Mary Portas's new range of Kinky Knickers which form part of her new show "Mary's Bottom Line" for Channel 4.

Mary Portas has been in the retail business for thirty years. Last year she produced her own fashion line that she hoped to be as British-made as possible, but soon found it was a nigh on impossible task. In 'Mary's Bottom Line', Mary Portas wants to boost the UK clothing industry by starting her own production line to manufacture a key staple in any woman's wardrobe - Knickers.

Mary Portas heads to Middleton near Manchester, where past generations used to thrive on a booming manufacturing industry, but these days many factories are closed and unemployment is rife. Mary will recruit eight apprentices, get them trained up, and start a knickers production line.
Mary is re-opening the sewing room floor at a factory owned by British nightwear manufacturers Headen and Quarmby. It was one of 11 thriving textile factories in Middleton, now it is the only one that remains.  Established in 1935, the factory used to employ 60 machinists and produced thousands of items a week before competition from cheap imports forced the Company to send production abroad.

But can she really make pants cost-effectively? Can she find a retailer prepared to stock her knickers and, crucially, can she convince shoppers topay a bit more for a British made product? Or is it really the end of the line for the UK's textiles heritage?

Mary's Bottom Line starts Thursday 15 March on Channel 4, look out for Vince McIndoe's illustration on all the packaging!

Vince McIndoe is represented Debut Art

Arn0 for Ted Baker

Arn0 has been working with Ted Baker on their next seasons eyewear promotions. Arn0 was given the dreamy brief of creating the above 3 beautiful, and of course sexy, animals in his inimitable digital airbrush style, with each hair lovingly, and painstakingly, "painted" digitally. All 3 images will be appearing in opticians and Ted Baker stores over the coming months.

ArnO is represented by Debut Art

Kellogg’s Special K Promotion

Miminne has been busy with eight consecutive editorial ads for Kellogg's. The illustrations were created for SI STYLE magazine in Switzerland, working with Art Director Barbara Pastore. Miminne had to create a character called Keira for the Kellogg's promotional page in the magazine; a girl in her early 20's, who loves Fashion, Beauty, everything hot and new! Miminne says "When I first did sketches, I put a red bow on her head, representing a mirrored K shape, as in Kellogg's. The client was very happy with the idea, so we decided to have the bow in every issue, where possible. We also had her in different settings every month, in shoe shop, in park, in St.Tropez, in Paris, and at home. She was a happy and fun character to draw. I hope the readers enjoyed her presence, too."

Miminne is represented by Illustration Ltd

John Lewis Gift Collection

Madamesange aka Helen Lang has launched a gift collection with John Lewis which features her decorative illustrations. The exclusive collection in stores across the UK has been developed in collaboration with Wild & Wolf, a British design led gift company who have also developed product collections with designers such as Rob Ryan and Celia Birtwell.  Helen's collection consists of Tote Shopper Bag, Compact Mirror, Coin Purse, Passport Cover, Wash Bag and an A6 Note Book, perfect gifts for females. Take a look.

Madamesange is represented by Illustration

 

Style Queen

A sophisticated new range called ‘Style Queen’ was launched at PG Live this year to rapturous applause.

Created by Bright artist Louise Cunningham and commissioned for The Art File.
Louise’s fresh approach to illustration is created by pen and ink, collage and acrylic paint.  Her artwork is fashionable, creative and on trend, the epitome of a style queen!

Asher’s Glamour

Bringing more style to Glamour magazine is Katharine Asher’s cover piece. She was asked to do an illustration as if it was a famous Glamour cover , which was then printed on small notepads and given with the emagazine to all customers. Beautiful.

Katharine Asher is represented by Illustration Ltd

Thomas Sabo Diary

As resident illustrator for Thomas Sabo, Jacqueline Bissett continues to wow us all with her simply beautiful illustrations.

Her latest images currently grace the jewellers website and can also be found within the pages of the Thomas Sabo Diary, a promotional giveaway to clients. She says: "I'm enjoying my second year of working for them, they keep me busy all year round! As soon as I've finished the 2011 catalogue, I'll be working on a new (secret) project to celebrate their 5th Birthday for Charm Club!

Jacqueline Bissett is represented by Illustration Ltd

Bourjois’s Flower

Who better than Nadia Flower to illustrate Bourjois’s latest advertising campaign.

Her delicate graphics were commissioned by wonder agency Talents Only in Paris, this elegant illustration can currently be found gracing the pages of the latest magazines and also displayed at points of sale within shops.

Nadia Flower is represented by Illustration Ltd

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