Katya Balen's emotive words along with Richard Johnson's atmospheric imagery interlace perfectly in this stunning story about the power of music and nature.
Bright’s Steffi Walthall continues her collaboration with The New York Times, this time lending her signature style to one of their “Right at Home” columns about one of the quietest rooms in the world.
You can see more of Steffi’s work here: HERE
Huge congratulations to Natalia Zaratiegui for being longlisted in the Commercial Publishing category of the World Illustration Awards 2022.The Man Who Knew Too Much and Other Storiesby G. K. Chesterton, features cover and inside illustrations by Natalia, using a limited colour palette to create a series of strong contrast images, beautifully capturing the spirit of the book.
Phosphor are now representing Erin Jones, a multi-award-winning illustrator currently based in Lancashire. Erin strives to make uplifting art that inspires optimism while keeping things chic. She has previously created work for Lancashire Council and Bloom & Folk Magazine.
Phosphor's Jhon Boy recently won first prize at the Versiona Thyssen XIII, an open international competition for young creators. Artists are encouraged to make their own version of one of the paintings of the collection in the Thyssen Museum. Jhon Boy's piece recreated Charles Willson Peale's portrait of The Stewart Children in his signature style.
The 13th edition of #VersionaThyssen featured Alexey Kondakov, SakoAsko and Chamosan as guest artists and jury members. The awards ceremony was held in the museum's garden in June and featured a performance by Dani.
The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum is an art museum in Madrid, Spain. It is known as part of the "Golden Triangle of Art", which also includes the Prado and the Reina Sofía national galleries. Find out more about the competition and enter next time here.