The latest edition of the Prada Journal invited artists to reflect upon the relationship between one's inner world and the world outside. Fortuna Todisco was thrilled to have this beautiful artwork featured on the Journal's instagram feed.
Are we ready to worship a digital god?
This is the bold question that the Financial Times are posing in a new advertising campaign created by London agency The Brooklyn Brothers.
Matt Saunders was the artist chosen to depict the message and he created a striking image that powerfully merges the worlds of religion and digital technology. The campaign has been used on billboards all over the country.
Arena have represented Joe Lillington for two years and in that time he has emerged as a go-to illustrator for historical non-fiction books for children. With his forthcoming book Ancient Warriors written by Iris Volant and published by Flying Eye Books hitting the shelves in August, Joe takes some time out to discuss his process and where he finds inspiration over on Arena’s blog here. The interview includes time-lapse videos of some of the work in progress he did on the spreads from Ancient Warriors.
Frances Castle returns with a second fun and fact-packed non-fiction book in the Spot the Mistake series published by Wide Eyed Editions this month. Journeys of Discover is a lavish and large format, fully illustrated hardback which provides readers with an immersive, puzzle solving experience with a variety of red herrings, misplaced props and out of context objects cleverly hidden within each spread.
Graham Byfield - has been represented by Artist Partners for many years - Originally working with A P as an art director from various well known advertising agencies - since leaving Advertising, his talent as a water colour painter has kept him busy creating a series of stunning books on various cities throughout the world.