The wonderful, Man on the Moon (a day in the life of Bob), by Simon Bartram (Templar), still delights a generation of children since it's publication thirteen years ago, thanks to the continued backing of librarians and teachers around the country.
Simon Bartram has illustrated the poster and promotional material for Theatre Alibi's new play, Olive & The Dream Train. Simon's surreal interpretation of the brief fits the style and content of the play perfectly and his portrayal of Olive turned out bear an uncanny resemblance to the actor playing the lead part.
James's design was for the alcove space where he has represented a selection of the well-known theatres in the area. He says "The focus of the West End 'Theatreland' is of course the shows themselves, however the theatre buildings are often iconic and beautifully grand venues." Using acrylic pens and emulsion, James has drawn St Martin’s Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Queen’s Theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre, Novello Theatre, London Palladium and Palace Theatre, along with characters from some well-known productions. He was also asked to produce a decorative mural for the George Bernard Shaw quote wall, which includes some theatre inspired elements, all this was completed over a period of six days.
Paula Lewis illustrates a theatre poster for a production of Making Dickie Happy by Jeremy Kingston, Paula has created a nostalgic portrait of the three characters which includes Noel Coward. The play will run from 5-30th March 2013 at the Tristan Bates Theatre, Covent Garden, London. Paula Lewis is represented by the Art Market
Jonny Duddle illustrated this fantastic poster for The Birmingham Stage Company's new production of James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl, adapted by David Wood. The performances are at The Old Rep Theatre in Birmingham until 14th February 2013, before touring nationally.
Jonny Duddle is represented by Arena
This retro inspired illustration was created by Migy Blanco for the BBC’s classical music magazine. His great use of lettering and clever mix of iconography provides a super stylish advert that shows what musical events are happening around the UK. This is just one of the many pieces that Migy has produced for magazines around the world
Migy Blanco is represented by Bright