Chapter headings for Jamie’s great Britain

Penguin Books commissioned Sroop Sunar to illustrate the chapter headings in Jamie Oliver's new book 'Jamie's Great Britain'. Sroop created 13 beautiful illustrations to accompany the delicious recipes Jamie compiled during his latest journey to discover the best of Great British food. The book has been published to coincide with the TV Series currently running on channel 4.

Sroop Sunar is represented by Debut Art

James Brown

Faber and Faber commissioned James Brown to illustrate the cover of "The Ultimate Book of Heroic Failures" by Stephen Pile. Typographer and print maker James was asked to create a striking text based artwork for the cover of the follow up to ‘The Book of Heroic Failures’. Creating something to follow the iconic artwork of the original book was a challenge but James’s bold eye catching artwork fulfilled the brief perfectly.


James Brown is represented by New Division

DrNo Vintage Guitar Effects

Boom Artwork recently created the logo artwork and packaging design for DrNo vintage guitar effects. And a very pleasurable job it was, as he thrives on mixing graphic design, custom lettering and illustration, all of which were required for this commission. Initially BoomArtwork did some rough sketches and then set out six different vintage visual routes, one for each guitar effect. Reflecting the sound and style of the effect within the artwork, he finally placed the sketches in illustrator, traced them and added colour. Custom letters were also created to make every effect unique and special. BoomArtwork says "As I'm a guitar player myself I have to say these vintage guitar effects are truly amazing and really take you back in time. All effects are made with the best components and materials that are available, and every stomp box is 100% handmade by DrNo himself."

Boom Artwork is represented by Illustration Ltd

type based illustration

Multi talented artist and designer Nod Young recently completed a series for an Italian Design magazine, where he worked on a special project celebrating Beijing Design Week 2011.

The illustrations are type based which is Nod’s great passion. Nod Young is represented by Phosphor Art

Chris Labrooy

Among our most exciting recent signings is the brilliant Chris Labrooy. After graduating from the RCA with an MA in design products, Chris first began to use 3D as a simple tool to visualise ideas for furniture and products that he could not afford to produce. As 3D technology and hardware evolved, Chris saw an opportunity to explore CGI as a creative medium in itself with which he could subvert and twist familiar everyday things into new typographic and sculptural forms. Chris LaBrooy is interested in the intersection between typography, architecture, product design and visual art as these images here show.

Chris Labrooy is represented by Debut Art

Jointcare Sevenseas

Over the last few months Kate Forrester has been working on a great range of adverts for the Jointcare Sevenseas campaign. Kate’s hand designed typography was perfect to create the right feel for each different piece, and work with each of the images to emphasise the benefits of the Jointcare range. A different slant to some of Kate’s other work, this really shows how flexible she can be! Kate Forrester is represented by the Artworks

Welcome to Heathrow

Ruth Rowland has delivered spectacularly with a series of large posters for a BAA Welcome Campaign at Heathrow Airport. The idea was for recognisable London characters to welcome passengers on their arrival, eleven real characters have been used; from a Carnival Queen to a Chelsea Pensioner, a Doorman to a Policeman. Ruth wrote the word ‘Welcome’ in a style to reflect all their different personalities, they can be seen along the Terminal 4 Travelator at Heathrow.

Ruth Rowland is represented by Illustration Ltd

The Unreliable Life of Harry The Valet

James Brown produced this brilliant cover for the ‘The Unreliable Life of Harry The Valet’ in collaboration with Meiklejohn artist Piers Sanford.  The combination of James’ retro typography and Piers’ etching created a great Victorian Billboard feel for this true story of the most infamous Victorian Jewel thief.

James Brown is represented by New Division

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