Matt Cooper has worked with The Artic Monkeys for several years, creating the iconic sleeve designs for most of their releases. Here is his latest work to promote their upcoming gig at Hollywood Bowl in LA.
This month's eye catching Creative Review cover has been designed by Peter Grundy. The issue contains the Illustration Annual hence the letter 'I' constructed from all the tools of an Illustrator's trade. Peter Grundy is represented by Debut Art
Now on his fifth cover, Tom Steyer gives the German Terry Pratchett editions some modernisation. Manhatten (Random House) commissioned Tom to illustrate bright, bold and memorable images, Tom says: "The technique I use enables them to apply the illustrations in various ways. For example the back covers and insides and tear-out bookmarks can have different versions i.e. different camera angles or lighting of the same subjects. All elements can be isolated and reorganized to form additional scenes. Furthermore all objects can be animated to promote the books on websites". Tom Steyer is represented by Illustration
Gail Armstrong exceeds herself with these shoebox sculptures for Stonefly in Italy.
The brief was to create two different environments which appear to have developed and unfolded from the shoeboxes themselves, one summery and rural, the other youthful and active. Gail built the pieces keeping in mind that they may be animated in the future, she says of the commission; "The trick with the images was to use multiple layers of paper bonded together where the sculpture had to look convincing as a cardboard shoebox, and single layers of paper where the sculpture required depth and form."
Gail is represented by Illustration
Nick Murray Willis works for the British Fashion Council to produce this tribute animation.
Filmed and produced by Crispy Duck Productions, Nick's expertise is put to fun use in this playful portrait of Hilary Alexander; The Telegraph’s fashion writer for her retirement party. Watch it here.
Nick Murray Willis is represented by Illustration.