Artist Partners are delighted to add Esther Cox to their talented list of artists - and very delighted we are too. Esther who comes from a surface pattern design background - loves to work with textures, page and bright bold colours, case and has a great sense of modern vintage about her work.
Since 2003 Guy Mckinley has been consistently producing character heavy, website offbeat, colourful illustrations. A Japanese influence is clearly visible in a lot of his work and so pattern, colour and detailing run strongly throughout. McKinley’s work is infused with his love of old comic and storybook art from his youth.
Hannah Davies attends the grand opening of the Thomas Sabo London flagship store and launch of the new Chakra collection for which she has illustrated.
The store in South Molten Street, London was host to an evening of celebration and where Hannah's work for this new collection could be seen. Her nature inspired patterned artwork represents the new Chakra collection and has been used across all the promotion and as a backdrop projection on the night. She says "The opening was a chance for me to see the illustration in large scale and also meet Mr Sabo and the lovely team I have been creating this illustration for."
Hannah Davies is represented by Illustration
Christina K was commissioned to produce an illustration for the entrance and windows of the Smooth You Spa in Dalston Square. She designed the image to work across the 2.5m x 10m window area and reflect the relaxing experience of the treatments the spa offers it’s customers.
Christina K is represented by Debut Art
Dan Funderburgh worked with AMV BBDO on this striking 'Made of Black' campaign for Guinness Africa. Dan created the patterns to incorporate the iconic Guinness harp emblem which were then used as the backdrop to portraits by artist by Steve Caldwell. The images depict young creative talent from Africa: Eva Alordiah, Phyno and Olamide
Dan Funderburgh is represented by Debut Art
Shailesh Khandeparkar's design for glass brings together pattern, shape and colour with much confidence. He was asked to work as art director and illustrator for this commission from a glass company in India who wanted to promote the Indian characters and visuals so typical of the country. Choosing The Mughal King of India as the main focus of the artwork, Shailesh's final piece will look stunning on the glassware.
Shailesh Khandeparkar is represented by Illustration
Poonam Mistry was commissioned to illustrate a cover for UWC magazine which is a charitable publication working with a global network of schools and colleges etc for world peace. Her brief was to encompass the challenges for education when there is economic discrimination. Her striking black and white image made the cover a real success.
Poonam Mistry is represented by Phosphor Art