Michael Crampton was chosen to create this years artwork for the US Open. His bold graphic style has resulted in this striking artwork to promote the prestigious tennis tournament.
Jon Rogers worked closely with McCann and LoCog, to create a series of badges for the Olympic football events taking place in various cities throughout Britain. Despite of the numerous committees involved throughout the process everyone was very pleased with the final results!
Jon Rogers is represented by Phosphor Art
Adam Avery's fantastic Olympic themed images have been selected to feature in the Creative Review iPad App.
Adam's bold and colourful images make for a wonderful set of poster designs which celebrate 12 Olympic events including hurdles, cycling and diving.
Adam Avery is represented by Eastwing.
For more about the CR iPad App visit http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-ipad-app
Kathryn Rathke's portrait of Warren Buffett is being used in a very unique way. It was originally drawn for a major Berkshire Hathaway event and now the art is being used in a number of ways, 'most notably' says Kathryn, 'they have put it into a limited edition pair of sneakers!' Brilliant!
Kathryn Rathke is represented by Illustration
Adhemas Batista was commissioned by Cadbury to create the artwork for the online element of their 'Unwrap Gold' promotion. Adhemas created a landing page showing Cadbury's Olympic World and various other online tools which have been used across the web.
Adhemas Batista is represented by Meiklejohn
Matthew Hollings is one of thirty artists to be asked to create a stamp to commemorate the Olympics. And his stamp, which is now on sale focuses on the paraplegic sport of wheelchair rugby. Matthew says " It was an honour to be chosen alongside such established artists as Julian Opie and George Hardie!". The stamp was commissioned by Studio David Hillman.
Matthew Hollings is represented by Illustration
Luke James illustrates the front cover for Sport Magazine. The cover features minimal colours with clean lines, to convey the struggle this season taking place between Manchester United and Chelsea in The Champions League Football Finals.
Luke James is represented by the Art Market