The Artworks are delighted to introduce our new illustrator Rob Ball! Rob has a brilliantly original style, combining clean graphic lines with his humorous take on the world. He has a unique ability to capture an individual’s personality and get this across through the clever way in which he designs each illustration with attention paid to every tiny detail. Take a look at his portfolio to see more of his work: http://www.theartworksinc.com/portfolio/rob-ball/
Kings College London commissioned Bill Sanderson to draw this wonderful portrait of Peter Higgs of Higgs boson fame. Peter Higgs was an Edinburgh University physicist working on the origins of mass and the related Large Hadron colider. A specialist area indeed, but Bill managed to to bring life and interest to his subject matter in a way only he can.
Bill Sanderson is represented by Phosphor Art
Daniel Morgenstern has been producing his wonderful portraits of well-known personalities for many years, both with collage and digitally, and his work has been seen in most of the mainstream magazines and newspapers worldwide. Here is a selection of his recent very topical pieces.
The Spring issue of Intelligent Life has run a huge portrait of Bob Dylan by the gifted Kathryn Rathke. The portrait was in honour of his 70th birthday, and not the first Kathryn has created for the magazine, she says: “… it is a glorious magazine and I treasure every copy that Martin Lovelock sends me. ..”
Kathryn Rathke is represented by Illustration Ltd
If you are a chocolate lover, then you won’t be able to resist Echo Chernik’s recent art for Oh Pour L'amour Du Chocolat.
The project was to create a luxurious art nouveau portrait of the Owner, Tara Cadmus, displaying her chocolates, resulting in a 36" tall Giclee print, posters, tags, and stickers. The Framed Giclee is installed at the shop in New York. If you’re based that way, go have a look.
Echo Chernik is represented by Illustration Ltd
This powerful portrait of sport’s legend Tiger Woods is the handiwork of illustrator Robert Carter.
Commissioned for the LA Times the article takes a look at Tiger Woods on the anniversary of his famous episode last year which started his rapid decline both on and off the course. Robert's capture of emotion is sensational.
Robert Carter is represented by Illustration Ltd