Lux Harmonium 7” Single

This fine drawing created by Hannah Megee is for Lux Harmonium's recent 7" single. The Bones You Break / Camel Bones came out a couple of weeks ago on the Static Caravan label. Hannah says " I decided to use the image of the donkey for two reasons; firstly, it was play on words as both songs have the word 'bones' in the title, so a little reference to the saying 'the straw that broke the donkey's back'. The second reason is that Luke Jones, the talent behind Lux Harmonium, often reminds me of a sad donkey." The image was produced in pencil and then lightly coloured in Photoshop.

Hannah Megee is represented by Illustration Ltd

New Covent Garden Soups

Alongside Ziggurat Brands, Barry Patterson has worked on the rebranding of the New Covent Garden Soups range. Barry's style works perfectly with these all natural soups, his rich illustrations relishing the ingredients. Anna Rudenko from Popsop, the online brand magazine says "The new vivid and colorful design also provides the clearest range segmentation, making it easier for consumers to differentiate the products in five segments of the brand’s portfolio". Super job.

Barry Patterson is represented by Illustration Ltd

Great packaging work for M&S by Fred van Deelen

Multi talented artist, Fred van Deelen, has recently done some lovely black line work for the labels and packaging for Marks & Spencer's Speyside single malt whisky. His traditional approach to the drawings work perfectly and really shows off his strong draftsmanship. Out now in the shops so go and grab yourself a very stylish tipple!

Fred Van Deelen is represented by the Organisation

The Artworks welcomes Adam Hancher

The latest very exciting new addition to The Artworks group of artists is Adam Hancher. Adam has worked as an illustrator since graduating in 2010, already attracting a great deal of attention with his beautiful colours and screen printed style. He has designed this year’s gorgeous Christmas card for The Artworks. Watch this space for more exciting work from Adam…

Matthew Cook at Mother

Matthew Cook was delighted to have been asked recently to spend a week at Mother advertising agency, capturing day to day life there through his illustrations. Mark Waites, Creative Partner at Mother said: “We wanted to invite Matthew in to draw what he saw at the Mother offices, not only because he’s an amazing draughtsman with a beautiful and unique style, but because he’s witnessed the extremity of battle. After his work in Afghanistan we thought it would be interesting for him to turn his gaze on the on the inconsequential that happens at Mother.” http://above-the-lines.tumblr.com/

Matthew Cook is represented by The Artworks

Stephen Player

Stephen Player represented by Artist Partners  is living and teaching art and illustration in San Francisco, but he still finds the time to
illustrate for special projects, and has recently produced a new sample image entitled "Death" for a forthcoming Caroc project.

Stephen has always enjoyed painting the macabre, graphic novels, and other fantasy and horror subjects. He is known for his collaboration on many
Terry Pratchett titles : including

"The Illustrated Wee Free Men "
"Colour of Magic  25th Anniversary Edition "
And
"Guards Guards Board Game"

Stephen's work can also be seen as an influence on the set designs on Sky One's film production of "Hogfather" also a Terry Pratchett project.

Stephen Player is represented by Artist Partners

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