For the past three years Phosphor Art's Dave Hopkins has been illustrating a monthly column for GQ. The feature explains how readers can be on their "A Game" in many different situations - from bowling to cooking. Dave's 'How To' style pen and ink illustrations accompany expert advice in the magazine's column, which is soon to be made into a coffee table book.
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.
Rive Gauche Studio (Marcel Laverdet), represented by Phosphor Art was recently commissioned by Tandem Design in Belfast to create some artwork for the exhibition space at Clondalkin Round Tower, a 7th Century monument in South Dublin.
Phosphor Art's Laura Redburn recently created a set of illustrations for popular blogger and influencer Liv Purvis' website relaunch. Having previously worked on a collage portrait of Liv, Laura knew her style well and was thrilled to be asked to create two digital collage pieces for the new look What Olivia Did.
Phosphor Art's Marcus the Illustrator has been working on a number of illustrations for Eat Street Barcelona to promote their exciting street food events. As you may be able to tell from some of Marcus' illustrations there's a competition between chefs at Eat Street, seeing them create their own interpretations of the same dish or type of cuisine.
Phosphor Art's Luella Wright has been working hard on some illustrations with Jungle Creative for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool. Her cute characters have been used so far to decorate the walls of the hospital and for apps, games and books for the patients to interact with.