This powerful portrait of sport’s legend Tiger Woods is the handiwork of illustrator Robert Carter.
Commissioned for the LA Times the article takes a look at Tiger Woods on the anniversary of his famous episode last year which started his rapid decline both on and off the course. Robert's capture of emotion is sensational.
Robert Carter is represented by Illustration Ltd
As resident illustrator for Thomas Sabo, Jacqueline Bissett continues to wow us all with her simply beautiful illustrations.
Her latest images currently grace the jewellers website and can also be found within the pages of the Thomas Sabo Diary, a promotional giveaway to clients. She says: "I'm enjoying my second year of working for them, they keep me busy all year round! As soon as I've finished the 2011 catalogue, I'll be working on a new (secret) project to celebrate their 5th Birthday for Charm Club!
Jacqueline Bissett is represented by Illustration Ltd
This sensational image is just a taste of the many from Sholto Walker’s latest children’s book “Louis The Tiger Who Came From The Sea”.
Published soon, Sholto worked very closely with Canada/US based publishers Annick Press on the 28 artworks. They were very clear about the Tiger character they wanted, Sholto says: "…he went through many versions! They've since let me know how very happy they are with the result." More about the book.
Sholto Walker is represented by Illustration Ltd
James Taylor has made this brilliant paper model for the 2011 predictions page in this weeks Financial Times. The image depicts the specialist’s predictions on what will happen in world of politics, economics, and business in 2011.
James Taylor is represented by Debut Art
Illustrated by David Roberts and written by his sister Lin Roberts, "Cinderella" has been chosen by a prestigious store in Auckland New Zealand to be used in a very unique and creative way as animated Christmas Shop displays .
The Auckland shop Smith and Caughey is a highly prestigious store in a beautiful Art Deco building, which is why they were particularly enamoured with the artworks from the book Cinderella which is set in the Art Deco period. They were so inspired, they requested the licence to use the artworks as the theme to their own Christmas Window displays. Artist Partners have now developed a working relationship with the Australian provider of mechanically animated display’s, Promotions in Motion, and together they have collaborated and produced highly admired windows for the Auckland store featuring “ The Cinderella Project". It is now also viewable on You Tube and the New Zealand television have featured it in a small film , due to such resounding success. So much so that Artist Partners have now created a new working relationship with Promotions in Motion for future projects producing moving animated illustrations for shop windows here in the UK .
The great appeal of Cinderella presented in Art Deco is that it is such a beautiful, fresh approach to a favourite story. New Zealand has a huge Art Deco following with the City of Napier considered the Art Deco capital of the world. The Smith and Caughey’s building has an Art Deco look and feel and this lends superbly to the choice of the story. Smith and Caughey’s present their windows as a gift to the City of Auckland and they work tirelessly to ensure the artistic integrity of their windows in a time when Christmas is over commercialised.
David Roberts is represented by Artist Partners
Who better than Nadia Flower to illustrate Bourjois’s latest advertising campaign.
Her delicate graphics were commissioned by wonder agency Talents Only in Paris, this elegant illustration can currently be found gracing the pages of the latest magazines and also displayed at points of sale within shops.
Nadia Flower is represented by Illustration Ltd
Next time you receive a junk email you may be able to put a face to the name! The extremely talented Kavel Rafferty has completed a limited edition, bespoke book called Spam Head.
Kavel explains, "The book is a collection of portraits based on the strange and sometimes wonderful names that arrive uninvited to my email account every day, trying to sell me designer replica watches and other such nonsense. I wanted to make portraits for these funny faceless folk...." Made in collaboration with Sam Arthur at Nobrow the signed book is available here.
Kavel Rafferty is represented by Illustration Ltd