The client invited Antonio to illustrate some iconic shoes for a unique postcard project consisting of sixteen detachable cards. Each shoe has its own theme too, for example a romantic garden or birds which add a narrative dimension to each artwork. For sale in museums and select shops worldwide, the postcard book is generating much love, especially from fashion and shoe lovers! See the product here.
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Kate's work is inspired by a mid - century Aesthetic , particularly the 1940's - 1960's , her attitude is firmly planted in the present day . "Retro illustrations for the bad girl inside ! Kate always installs a sense of humour , fun and sass to her work, with a dash of girls power for good measure.
Commissioned by Jaeger for the their Press Show for SS18 collection.
9 illustrations illustrated directly from both the Menswear and Womenswear collections.
Displayed on large screens amongst the clothes , with lucky members of the fashion press receiving a limited edition print of her work to take home.
The Christmas stamps are reminiscent of decades gone by and have just been issued by Jersey Post. Set in the 1950s and 1960s, the artworks depict a traditional festive activity including bringing home the Christmas tree, making the Christmas cake and carol singing; things that bring the family together.
Melanie Gouzinis, Head of Philatelic at Jersey Post, reflects, “Of course, most of these traditions are still going strong today but Ruth Palmer’s interpretation reminds us of the time before computers and mobile phones, when families wore their Sunday best for Christmas dinner and festive patterned jumpers were worn in a non-ironic way!”
The stamps are available to buy here.
Thomas Danthony has created a beautiful series of illustrations for the Milan based luxury watch boutique PISA. Each execution is a close up, revolving around different variants of a sentence which begins with "Time is..." The campaign is running in Italian magazines and newspapers and on billboards in Milan.
We love Frances Castle’s beautiful cover illustration for Kerr Thomson’s The Rise of Wolves, which sets the tone for this gripping adventure thriller on a remote Scottish island.
Frances Castle is represented by Arena Illustration.
This stunning illustration by Graham Carter was commissioned by BAFTA for their Children’s Awards.
Being experienced in drawing monsters, Phosphor Art's Jonathan Leach was thrilled to be a part of this year's famous John Lewis Christmas advert. Jonathan, who is a trained puppeteer and experienced illustrator worked with agency adam&eveDDB on the campaign by illustrating cheeky Moz the Monster for in-store and online displays. Jonathan uses a combination of pencils, pens and watercolours to create his highly detailed artwork.
A beautiful new book just arrived in the post for us! Lindsey Spinks has done a brilliant job illustrating a lovely activity book for literature lovers published by Running Press Books.