Stuart Easton has recently been commissioned to illustrate a short story entitled : Drunken
"Drunken" is a quirky unusual folk tale set on the outskirts of a fictional Eastern European village. The main character is a drunken chap who travels to the edge of town to secretly drink his wine and share the dregs with the local birds.
The illustration was initially hand drawn, then coloured and aged using Photoshop
Stewart Easton is teacher, illustrator, and embroiderer represented by Artist Partners
Lucy Davey has 3 more beautiful book jackets to add to her ever growing list of commissioned covers. Here are the first 3 in the Maria Lang’s series she’s working on, out now. We’re loving her clever use of composition and her trademark stunning colour palette. Lucy Davey is represented by the Artworks
Daniela was recently comissioned by Marks and Spencer for an illustration to go on their wine labels. She was asked to create this intricate drawing of a built-up Jerusalem cityscape and we especially like how the whole city is full of leafy plantlife in between the buildings.
Daniel Terrazzini is represented by The Artworks
Multi talented artist, Fred van Deelen, has recently done some lovely black line work for the labels and packaging for Marks & Spencer's Speyside single malt whisky. His traditional approach to the drawings work perfectly and really shows off his strong draftsmanship. Out now in the shops so go and grab yourself a very stylish tipple!
Fred Van Deelen is represented by the Organisation
Louise Morgan illustrates Festive Menus for Table Table. Louise has produced a series of beautiful illustrations for the restaurant Table Table.
She has completed a full range of menus which will feature in locations throughout the UK.
Louise Morgan is represented by the Art Market