Beato – Virgin Media

Beato

Virgin Media kickstarted 2017 with the launch of their new Virgin TV V6 Box, commissioning Début artists Beato, Sven Hauth and Mark Ward for the punchy, typography-led OOH campaign announcing its release. All three artists created a striking, high-impact tagline illustrating the impression the box would have in enhancing the viewer’s television experience.

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Neal Layton Illustrates Uncle Gobb And The Green Heads


Uncle Gobb And The Green Heads is the second uproarious adventure from the comic pairing of Michael Rosen’s words and Neal Layton’s illustrations, published by Bloomsbury. This time we see Malcolm and the peculiar and rather annoying Uncle Gobb go to America, each with a cunning plan...
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London is instantly recognisable by its transport imagery


London Transport Museum’s exhibition Poster Parade: Re-imagining historical posters explores the pervasive influence of London’s transport design.

“I feel like London is the only city in the world which is instantly recognisable by its transport images,” says Elizabeth Scott, head curator at the London Transport Museum. “The tube map, the roundel, the red bus – they’re all symbols of London itself.”

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Clare Elsom – Flying Fergus

Clare Elsom has teamed up with no other than Olympic Champion track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy. Sir Chris has collaborated with the award winning author Joanna Nadine in creating a magical series of children’s fiction about the adventures of Flying Fergus -  a boy who dreams about being the best boy cyclist in the world.

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Tiago Galo for The Financial Times

Phosphor Art's Tiago Galo recently completed an editorial piece for the  FTMoney supplement inside the Weekend Financial Times newspaper. Tiago read the article about 'Olderpreneurs' (older people who have gone freelance) and came up with the idea of a board game, with older people playing and walking through it.

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What do Caterpillars Dream of? Meet Bright Artist Clive McFarland

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Since Clive McFarland was little he only wanted to draw things. He grew up in Northern Ireland and studied at Liverpool School of Art and Design. Surviving endless paper cuts, he passed his degree and, after a series of other jobs, finally began working as an illustrator.We chatted with Clive about his latest publication, Caterpillar Dreams, a beautiful tale of a caterpillar who dreams of seeing the world beyond his garden. Caterpillar Dreams was met with rave reviews!

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