We are proud to announce that Mark Ruffle has won the prestigious English National Ballet 'My First Ballet' poster competition. His artwork for Sleeping Beauty wowed the panel of expert judges, and as a result his poster will be used to advertise the ballet and forthcoming events nationwide. What is more, another of our talented artists, Javier Joaquin was awarded runner up for his take on the brief. All in all a huge success for our guys!
Multi talented artist and designer Nod Young recently completed a series for an Italian Design magazine, where he worked on a special project celebrating Beijing Design Week 2011.
The illustrations are type based which is Nod’s great passion. Nod Young is represented by Phosphor Art
More Olympics stamp work comes from Katharine Asher with her kinetic gymnast. The run up to London 2012 is an exciting time and to celebrate with books of illustrated stamps adds extra weight to the event. Katharine is amongst other very fine talent in producing these, commissioned by Studio David Hillman.
Katharine Asher is represented by Illustration
Matthew Hollings is one of thirty artists to be asked to create a stamp to commemorate the Olympics. And his stamp, which is now on sale focuses on the paraplegic sport of wheelchair rugby. Matthew says " It was an honour to be chosen alongside such established artists as Julian Opie and George Hardie!". The stamp was commissioned by Studio David Hillman.
Matthew Hollings is represented by Illustration
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
Following on from the epic success of ‘Wereworld – Rise of the Wolf ’, here is Andrew Farley’s cover artwork for the next instalment of the Wereworld series, ‘Rage of the Lions’. This book sees hero Drew growing into a great warrior in his battles with the raging lions.
Andrew Farley is represented by Meiklejohn
Pastiche artist Garry Walton was commissioned by Credit Suisse to create a series of vintage posters promoting the classic car events sponsored by the financial services company. Here are the fantastic artworks for the ‘Concours d’Elegance’ at Pebble Beach and the Goodwood Revival.
Garry Walton is represented by Meiklejohn
Daniel Morgenstern has been producing his wonderful portraits of well-known personalities for many years, both with collage and digitally, and his work has been seen in most of the mainstream magazines and newspapers worldwide. Here is a selection of his recent very topical pieces.
Strong cover design has always been Artist Partners forte, and once again the cover image by Paul Young has contributed in making the Sophie McKenzie book “Girl Missing” not only a best seller with 150, 000 copies sold, but also a multi award winning novel. Designed by Nick Stearn, the book is published by Simon & Schuster
Leading children's book illustrator, Richard Johnson, has recently produced a magnificent pop up book based on the classic tale of Pinocchio, for Templar publishing. It really is a stunning piece of work, and it sure to be a big hit. His beautifully rendered imagery jumps out of the pages, bringing the story to life in an exciting fresh way. It is an exciting addition to the Templar catalogue, which already includes Richard's successful 'Alice in Wonderland' pop up book. Well done Richard!
Richard Johnson is represented by the Organisation