Nature comes to Zizzi

James Grover adds more of his magic to the walls of Zizzi Ristorante in Market Harborough.

The mural was hand drawn live on site, using acrylic pen paints and emulsion. And referencing the history of the area with it’s close proximity to Rockingham Forest, James says “In prehistoric times the area was the largest expanse of woodland in the country, but deforestation has seen a large reduction in its size. More recently, in medieval England, the forest was allocated as a Royal Hunting Forest where wild boar, fallow deer and pheasant were in abundance. Nowadays, the remaining forest is protected and is still a key feature of the area.”  Another superb Zizzi interior by James!

James is represented by Illustration

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Lift Off!

Colin Elgie works with The Ideas Department to create this comic style mural for a public lavatory.

The Men's Toilet in Golden Square Shopping Centre in Warrington now has a fantastic wall of art designed to encourage children and grown-ups to wash their hands. The design cleverly incorporates the hand dryers into a series of retro rocket ships. We'd love to see one for the ladies too!

Colin Elgie is represented by Illustration Ltd

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Menagerie for Emma Children’s hospital

Jean-Manuel Duvivier has produced a wonderful series of illustrations for Emma Children's Hospital in Amsterdam.  Jean-Manuel's fantastic images feature a menagerie of beautiful animals, and are used as murals which create a friendly and calming environment for young patients.

Jean-Manuel Duvivier is represented by Eastwing

 

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PORTAS PILOTS

Andy Council has recently completed this magnificent mural of a horse in the Bedminster area of Bristol. It was commissioned as part of the Government’s ‘Portas Pilots’ – an initiative to get TV retail guru Mary Portas to help revitalise town centres. Bedminster’s bid, put together by local traders, community leaders and councillors, had the vision of turning the south Bristol suburb into a renowned ‘village’ centre for street art and street theatre, complete with a bicycle rickshaw service. Andy's large mural took several days of work to complete with the help of the Upfest team, the use of a scissor lift and dozens of cans of spray paint. The horse was chosen to reflect the area's mining past and it is purely coincidental that current news stories involve horses! Photograph by Paul Green Photography. Andy Council is represented by illustration Ltd

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Sports Illustrated

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Chris Ede has produced this stunning graffiti cover art for Sports Illustrated which has just hit the shelves in the US. Featuring Deron Williams, the issue dives "into the history of Brooklyn sports, as seen through the eyes of a writer who covered the borough’s basketball scene in the 1970s." You can also see an animation of the cover her

Chris Ede is represented by Illustration

 

 

Faces Of Evil

Ben Tallon has completed one of his ultimate jobs! Commissioned by WWE Magazine in the US, Ben has created a set design for a feature called 'Faces Of Evil.' A Creative Director whom Ben has known for a while spotted some banners Ben had created as Art Director of a feature film shot in Manchester, and so wanted a similar set of backdrops to use in a photo shoot. Ben says "They're all original artwork....(it was a) bit of a dream job for me this one since I'm a lifelong fan of pro wrestling". In these images we see AJ Lee, Daniel Bryan, Jack Swagger and Kane.

Ben Tallon is represented by Illustration

Marta Antelo for Adelaide Hospital

Marta Antelo was commissioned to illustrate a mural for the women and children's Gamma suite at Adelaide hospital.

The aquatic scene features a friendly mermaid, a smiling whale and an array of happy fish.
The image looks wonderful on the wall and makes for a welcoming environment for children having tests, helping to reassure them. Marta Antelo is represented by Eastwing

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