Chris Skinner collaborated with Variety Magazine to create an editorial piece of art to accompany their Ghost In The Shell film review.
The concept is based around the construction of life housed within an artificial body and Chris shows the human form created from mechanical parts with the face being one of the last elements to be added.
If you live in America you’ve probably been seeing posters pop up all over the place for TBS’s new show Search Party by Charles Rogers and Sarah-Violet Bliss. Sam Hadley was approached (through our US affiliates ( Bernstein and Andriulli ) to create a set of 10 retro posters to promote the show.
Lee Hodges creates magnificent posters for this year's RHS events.
Working with Premm Design for the Royal Horticultural Society, Lee has produced a series of visuals for the various events during the year, with a bespoke illustration for each half-term and for the major campaigns at Easter, Summer and Christmas. The illustrations are being used on posters, flyers, press ads and onsite banners at each of the four RHS gardens.
Kevin McDermott, Premm Design Associate Director said of the project :-
“We felt that Lee’s vibrant, joyous style was perfect for this campaign. We are able to communicate the wide range of activities available at each of the RHS Gardens, along with the related flora and fauna, all with a strong sense of fun in a way that appeals to the 6-9 year old target audience and their families.”
Working with Red Bee Media, Emma Rios produces art for the promotion of Jo Brand's new comedy TV Show.
'Great Wall of Comedy' airing on the Gold channel from next week is all about sitcom classics; such as Faulty Towers and Only Fools & Horses. Emma was asked to create a wall of TV's which are currently being used in the promotional posters. Emma says " I love old vintage TV's so illustrated these. The photos of Jo & Co. where taken separately so I had to make it work as one piece. (I) love going past the billboards on the tube!"
Emma Rios is represented by Illustration
The Red Dress ramped up the horror on this latest poster campaign for Phones 4U. They were asked by Adam & Eve to create a series of B-movie style posters, and comic strips, to sit alongside their current zombie themed TV ads.
The Red Dress is represented by Debut Art
Graham Humphrey has created film posters and Interior Design for the Fright Fest 2011.
Film 4's Fright Fest is the UK's premiere fantasy and horror film festival taking place at London's Empire Leicester Square Cinema.
Over a period of five days more 20 films are shown with special appearances and signings by cast and crew.
Graham Humphrey is represented by the Art Market
Just launched are four posters created by Ruth Palmer for Café Nero.
Ruth was asked to make her paintings look like a mural behind the product photo for that real in situ Mediterranean feel. Peter Blake at Together Design then had the images retouched to give the impression of old cracked walls. The posters will be in the cafes throughout the summer.
Ruth Palmer is represented by Illustration Ltd