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
Zoe More O'Ferrall has completed a super project for Harrods. Commissioned direct from the famous London store, Zoe has provided illustrations on a London theme which are being used on their food range, from English Breakfast Tea to Almond and Cherry Candy Drops. Zoe says "They had a really clear idea and brief of what they wanted. Lovely design team to work with."
Zoe More O'Ferrall is represented by Illustration Ltd
Lucy Davey was asked by Crabtree and Evelyn to illustrate these ‘Fragrance on the Go’ images for their website and in store windows. Here is the image as it appears on their website or you can pop into one of their stores to appreciate their impact full size!
Lucy Davey is represented by the Artworks
Debbie Powell and Kate Forrester were asked by Marks and Spencer’s to illustrate these absolutely beautiful commemorative tins for the Queen’s diamond jubilee. They’re out now, but get in there quickly as Kate’s previous one for the Royal Wedding flew off the shelves and sold out in no time!
We give a huge round of applause to Anne Wilson, winner of the Serco Prize for Illustration.
Anne’s ‘Winding Through The City’ beat 400 entries for the competition, 50 of which are on show at the London Transport Museum until June 3rd. The brief was to show the Thames as a diverse and exciting place for Londoners and visitors. The winning image is to be reproduced as posters to be used around the transport network and also sold at the London Transport museum shop. Anne Wilson is represented by Illustration Ltd
We are thrilled that Melvyn Evans’s fantastic artwork ‘Thames People and Tides’ won the silver award in The London Transport SERCO prize for Illustration competition. From hundreds of entries, Melvyn’s artwork was awarded the silver prize.
The theme of this year’s competition was the River Thames, entries had to feature the river as a central feature of London and London life. The brief was to create an artwork that was colourful and positively portrayed the river as an exciting and varied place for Londoners and visitors alike, which Melvyn’s artwork did wonderfully. Melvyn’s illustration will be used across Transport For London’s upcoming advertising campaigns. Melvyn Evans is represented by New Division