A print inspired Rosie McGuinness figure illustration was commissioned for a nationwide AW/21 promotion .
To celebrate 100 years of Leite Moça Nestlé, Débora Islas creates commemorative packaging.
Leite Moça is a beloved brand among Brazilian families and the main ingredient used in most of their deserts, so its 100 year anniversary is a celebratory moment for the brand.
Débora Islas worked on twenty portraits and ten digital stickers for the campaign, representing women entrepreneurs who changed their lives by producing special deserts with the product.
The results have a retro feel using Debora's beautiful imagery, with its warm colours and happy figures - a joyful way to celebrate a respected brand.
Nadia Flower makes playful art for Diana Ross' new song 'Thank you'.
The iconic singer has released a fresh and heartfelt track called Thank You and sees Nadia's wonderful designs of youthful and vibrant doodles illustrating the track cover.
The colourful version is for general release, with the black and white version as an exclusive created especially for Amazon!
Nadia Flower is represented by IllustrationX
Occasionally a project comes along that makes you (really) proud to be a part of it. Petra Eriksson's latest project for TFL does just that.
Barron’s commissioned top illustrators across the globe to submit ideas for their centennial issue. Artist Sam Falconer was selected from that group to create illustrations for two covers celebrating the centennial issue of Barron’s Magazine.
Bright Artist Jane Newland has designed a gorgeous cover for the London Wildlife Trust’s new book ‘London in the Wild’.
Jane’s illustrations bring the capital’s green spaces to life, full of intricate details and London sites nestled amongst verdant trees.
‘London in the Wild’ will be published by Kyle Books in March 2022.
See more from Jane here: https://thebrightagency.com/uk/illustration/artists/jane-newland
The Bright Agency is celebrating five artists making the World Illustration Awards 2021 Longlist. Cathrin Peterslund, Howard Gray, Hannah Tolson, Jocelyn Kao and Oliver Averill were nominated in the Children’s Publishing and Exploration categories, showcasing an amazing range of illustrative styles and subjects.
Newly revealed the book cover for the book on Sea Shanties - written by Nathan Evans - and superbly illustrated by Sally Taylor - who was the perfect choice of artist for this wonderful folk music book.
To be published towards the end of the year - this will be a must have book - published by Welbeck Publishing - beautifully designed by Alex Allden.
For more of Sally’s fabulous work - please go to her artwork on the Artist Partners website; Sally Taylor | Artist | Artist Partners