Phosphor's Lynn Hatzius was pleased to see her designs installed (in the form of large vinyls) at the Bee Urban Evolution Lab in Sweden recently.
This was Lynn's first large scale installation and she now hopes to see her work scaled up on a more regular basis.Bee Urban offers interactive and living environmental services in an urban environment in the form of hives & gardens for biological diversity.
We’re absolutely thrilled to share this beautiful series of illustrations created by Mark Boardman to accompany the new Travel The World At Kew Exhibition, which is open now in their global garden. Following three months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kew Gardens has reopened and is showcasing its uniquely diverse landscape by presenting an exhibition of words and images linked specifically to areas within their gardens, reconnecting visitors with nature and satisfying their frustrated wanderlust.
Tasked with bringing the specially commissioned poetry and prose to life, Mark’s illustrations were inspired by the Royal Botanic Garden's selection of worldwide plants and trees, transporting visitors on a journey to each country.
Talking about his contribution to the exhibition, Mark has described his pleasure at working on this inspiring project, “I felt so fortunate to have this commission to focus on during lock down. Not only did it allow me to immerse myself in researching the many botanic wonders at Kew, it gave me the opportunity to feel like I was escaping on my own global adventure.” To see more of Mark’s work, click here.
The Society of Artists Agents (SAA) is delighted to be working in partnership with New Designers 2018.
Phosphor Art want to share with you this beautiful illustration Pastiche created for The Lady Magazine. Pastiche artist Jon painted a "Wren" in his retro style to celebrate 100 years of the Women's Royal Air Force. The team at The Lady thought his work was beautiful and really captured the spirit of The Wrens.