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US Airways magazine

Lars Rehnberg illustrates for US Airways Magazine December Issue.
His illustration is concerned with the way pilots communicate with control towers during landing, turnaround and take off.
Lars who resides in Stockholm, Sweden uses his graphic style and linear icons to create this modernist piece. To see more of Lars' work please visit his portfolio page.
Lars Rehnberg is represented by the Art Market
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Dan Bee

Artist Partners are delighted to welcome Dan Bee  a young illustrator to the agency :
His work is best described  as combining elements of abstract art, modernist design and graphic illustration.
Dan creates work both digitally and by hand, exploring the potential of space, composition, and dimensions within contemporary illustration.
Dan is  a creative  illustrator and designer all wrapped up in one!

Dan Bee is represented by Artist Partners

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Fishy Art

Christopher Corr exhibits his latest 'fish themed' paintings at Kensington Place.
This show at the Notting Hill restaurant 'features fish from the seven seas', referencing his time spent in Marseille and other world travels. The joyful nature of his work in this setting will be a feast for the eyes and the belly!
The artworks are hanging from today until January 2014.

Christopher Corr is represented by Illustration Ltd

Fish for sale in Salvador


Lang is one of the finest*

Helen Lang works on several product and packaging concepts for the Tesco finest* range.
Commissioned by P&W London, Helen created the hand lettering for three dipping oils and rapeseed oil. She says "The brief was to make it look hand rendered as though someone had created their own infusions and written on the labels as a home cook would do." More products with Helen's work will be released soon.

Helen Lang is represented by Illustration


Pikka Pikka

Chrissy Lau is commissioned by Pikka Pikka to develop a series of patterns for their micro fibre cleaning cloths for spectacles.
Chrissy was asked to create whimsical and endearing designs and ones that would appeal to a younger audience. The results are five artworks, which have proved to be incredibly popular.
Simon Kuong of Pikka Pikka said of Chrissy's work "I came across Chrissy's work on the Internet and was instantly attracted to her unique style and the amount of detail in her art. Her communication is timely and her work has won us many great comments from our customers. It is often said success is not only to rely on one's talent but more importantly attitude, and Chrissy has shown she has both. I wish her every success and would highly recommend her as an artist and illustrator."

Chrissy Lau is represented by Illustration

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November 2013

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