The piece was inspired by the film poster art for 'Being John Malkovich' which involved making a crowded composition for the double page spread. For this brief the people needed to be of different ethnic backgrounds and all holding the same identical mask, hinting at the domination of white, middle-aged men in the housing leadership sector.
Phosphor Art's Alexander Jackson was commissioned by a celebrity (who prefers to remain anonymous) to create large scale portraits of The Ramones for their New York apartment. Being a big fan of the band, Alexander had already worked on some portraits of Dee Dee, Joey, Johnny and Tommy which he updated for the purpose of the job.
AdAge ask Paul Holland to use his fantastic portrait skills for an image of Tim Gunn.
Stephen Lee has been contributing on a regular basis with Pension’s Insight Magazine. Stephen cleverly makes an incredible visual out of otherwise dry material. This months brief was to celebrate the Annual 50 People in Pensions issue with a Hollywood Walk of Fame flavour including the ever present Pensions Manager. Stephen works traditionally using pencils paper and inks- we do all alterations to final artwork in Photoshop.
Oscar was recently commissioned by the iconic New York alt-weekly The Village Voice to create a portrait of Donald Trump, for an article titled "Stop Making Sense", giving advice for writers in the current political landscape. Oscar collaborated closely with them, using Trumps' own words, curated by the Voice's editors, to create this portrait.