Café Nero Posters

Just launched are four posters created by Ruth Palmer for Café Nero.

Ruth was asked to make her paintings look like a mural behind the product photo for that real in situ Mediterranean feel. Peter Blake at Together Design then had the images retouched to give the impression of old cracked walls. The posters will be in the cafes throughout the summer.

Ruth Palmer is represented by Illustration Ltd

VHS horror film covers

Graham Humphreys has created this image for Total Film to illustrate an interview about the VHS horror film covers commissioned by Palace Pictures in the 1980s.
The columnist Sam Ashurst, is represented as the central zombie with an array of characters from his favourite films of the era. The layout is arranged to emulate a classic VHS cover.
Graham Humphreys is represented by the Art Market

Julie Ingham with Villeroy & Boch wins the Red Dot design Award 2012

The Red Dot Design Award is widely recognised as a seal of quality for good design. The award attracts over four thousand submissions every year, all vying for this coveted prize.
All entries to the competition are assessed by recognised design experts for their fusion of style and substance. In Villeroy & Boch’s ‘My Nature’ bathroom collection the first thing that grabs your attention is Julie Ingham’s delicate graphic rendering.
In its soft detail the design compliments the product’s smooth lines and echoes the curve and fluidity of the form. In Julie’s design we have the perfect example of how a great image can compliment a great product.

Julie Ingham is represented by Bright Agency

Yet Another Face

Artist Petra Stefankova’s alter ego  - Yet Another Face – was selected by the new Creative Review Handbook, to design and produce a cover for their latest book just launched in April. Several other artists were asked to work on the same idea, based around the theme “collaboration”, but Petra impressed the judges with her stylish rendition, and made it to the cover!

Petra Stefankova is represented by Phosphor Art.

Fred van Deelen

Multi talented artist Fred van Deelen is continuing to produce great work for our regular client, Country Life magazine. He has created many of his beautifully detailed maps of the UK for the magazine, with the most recent being the island of Anglesey. He manages to pack so much information into the drawings in his loose effortless style, and such is his skill with map work, he is always in high demand.

Fred Van Deelen is represented by the Organisation

3D Souvenir

Sarah McMenemy and Walker books have created this stunning fold out, pop up paper souvenir ‘London A Three Dimensional Expanding City Skyline’. A lovely gift showcasing twelve of London’s most famous landmarks, these beautiful illustrations all fold away neatly into the stylish slipcase

Sarah McMenemy is represented by the Artworks

The Mask of Dimitrios

The Folio Society commissioned Paul Blow to produce a series of illustrations for their edition of The Mask Of Dimitrios by Eric Ambler. Set in the 1930’s Paul Blow’s illustrations capture the dark and mysterious atmosphere of the book which is out this month.

Paul Blow is represented by Eastwing

Dettol

Pastiche illustrator Garry Walton produced a series of artworks for Dettol hand soap.  The brief, to create a trash bag, old shoe and toilet pan out of hand shadow puppets, in a medical journal style, was quite a challenge, but utilized Garry’s versatility as an artist perfectly.

Garry Walton is represented by Meiklejohn

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