AMV recently contacted Phosphor Art with details of a mammoth project for BT Sport - an Out of Home campaign promoting 'Four Competitions, One Venue'. The resulting artwork focused on the mascots of several football teams from The Europa League, The Champions League, The FA Cup and The Premier League. Jon Rogers was tasked with painting each mascot in a classical renaissance style, fighting no holds barred towards a football.
Football fan and Arena illustrator, Spike Gerrell was the perfect choice for Walker Book's non-fiction title, Football School: Where Football Rules the World, published this month. Written by bestselling sports writers and broadcasters, Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton, this is the first in a new series of books that explains the world through the prism of football. Readers can find the answers for all manner of subjects such as history, geography, biology and maths.
With the 2015/16 Premiere League just around the corner, and Matt Herring kicked off the season opener of FourFourTwo magazine, there the world’s biggest football magazine, information pills with this striking cover. Welcome to the season of salvation.
Maguma creates a beautifully crafted conceptual illustration for Panenka Magazine.
The article in issue #42 of the Spanish magazine discusses how the literature of different countries can influence the way people play football. An interesting link made all the better by Maguma's full page artwork.
A story for complete and utter football nutters everywhere, Up For The Cup, by Simon Bartram is published by Templar this month. Simon's long awaited tale about his favourite subject - FOOTBALL, follows the tale of a dedicated football fan who's team have made it all the way to the cup final against the odds.
Simon Bartram is represented by Arena
Martin O'Neill was asked to create a portrait of Italian footballer Mario Balotelli for Puma. The image is made up entirely of English and Italian press clippings about his career and ran as a press ad and online to announce Mario's new association with Puma.
Martin O'Neill is represented by Debut Art