Lindsey Spinks has been working very hard on this set of packaging designs created for Vita V Organics. Lindsey said “The brief was to create two wrap-around labels one for a French vinaigrette and the other for a lemon dressing with a fresh, sophisticated and organic feel. It was a very hands on project where I had creative freedom to design the whole label with collaborative input and direction from Vita & Robyn”. We love the vibrant designs and think they give the packaging a bold and distinctive appeal that would look great on any table!
Lindsey Spinks is represented by the Artworks
A little booklet of “Classic Bakes’ illustrated by Mary Woodin comes with October’s Ideal Home magazine. Mary was asked to illustrate classic recipes from the magazine’s archives dating right back to 1920. A keen cook, Mary was delighted to have an excuse to dig out her battered rolling pin and vintage whisk to create these evocative illustrations!
Mary Woodin is represented by the Artworks
Rob Ball’s incredible comic , ‘Winter’s Knight: Day One’ has been nominated for Best British comic at the National British Comic Awards. A very well deserved bit of recognition for this beautiful artwork, we’ll be waiting for the result with our fingers and toes crossed! http://britishcomicawards.com
Rob Ball is represented by The Artworks
Luke James is currently enjoying seeing his latest work made all the more accessible by it's use on the latest Iphone and Ipad cases. Luke's work featuring prominent Parisian landmarks is to be used exclusively by CaseMyWay on a variety of mobile devices around the world.
Luke James is represented by The Art Market.
Stewart Easton’s unique work has been spotted by a number of discerning art directors, and children’s editors and he has been inspired to delve into the world of children’s publishing. Stewart has been working on some stunning new samples which are quirky, but with huge charm which the art directors and designers are just loving!
Stewart Easton is represented by Artist Partners
Nate Kitch was commissioned by Ted Baker to create an illustration inspired by Ted Baker's autumn winter 2013 collection and it's theme "Take the Scenic Route".
Nate's image was used across Ted Baker's online platforms, including their blog, and also produced as signed print which was given away as a competition prize to one very lucky winner. Nate was very happy to work with Ted Baker, particularly as they are currently sponsoring the AOI illustration awards, at which Nate is exhibiting his Lost Mariner series of work.
Nate Kitch is represented by Eastwing
Captain Quack and his trusty yak deliver the post to the mountains and back. At least, that's the idea, but Yak keeps picking up friends instead, with hilarious consequences. Published this month by Alison Green Books, What Can You Stack on the Back of a Yak? is brought to life by Adam Stower's wonderfully characterful illustrations. Find out just how much Yak really can stack on his back...
Adam Stower is represented by Arena