On sale at The Shard shop are these unique prints by Christopher Corr.
Commissioned by The Shard via Easy Art to paint views from the iconic London landmark, Christopher created four artworks showing the panorama at different times of the day. The Shard is at a height of 1, 016ft (310m) being the tallest building in Western Europe, Christopher says "The view is wonderful".
Christopher Corr is represented by Illustration
M&C Saatchi commissioned Alex Trochut to produce a series of typographic illustrations for the Barclays and TFL London Biking Initiative
Alex Trochut is represented by Debut Art
Commissioned by Strudel, Montana Forbes has created some top drawings for The Colt E2 Brochure.
Montana was asked to produce five illustrations for the booklet which shows off a new living complex in East London's Bethnal Green. Each had to depict residents who would occupy the apartments, socialise and work in the surrounding areas. The results are great looking artworks, which work particularly well in the final design. Montana says "It was good fun and very interesting to make up the characters...the chosen demographic being 20-30....creative and fashion forward but very individual in look."
Montana Forbes is represented by Illustration Ltd
The Tatler yearly Restaurant guide is a highly sought after supplement, and Jon Rogers was selected to illustrate these stylish page headers along with 30 drop ins. The style was liked so much they are now using it for all their future supplements.
Jon Rogers is represented by Phosphor Art
Lindsey Spinks has been asked to take part as one of the artists involved in this years ‘Lindt Big Egg Hunt’. It’s a brilliant initiative in aid of Action for Children, ‘set to be the largest, interactive public art exhibition the country has ever seen. Last year the hunt raised over £1million pound for charity’. Lindsey has managed to take her amazingly detailed illustrations and apply them to the huge egg due to be unveiled in Covent Garden this February. Keep an eye out for more information coming soon… Lindsey Spinks is represented by The Artworks
Paula Lewis illustrates a theatre poster for a production of Making Dickie Happy by Jeremy Kingston, Paula has created a nostalgic portrait of the three characters which includes Noel Coward. The play will run from 5-30th March 2013 at the Tristan Bates Theatre, Covent Garden, London. Paula Lewis is represented by the Art Market