MDI Digital created this humorous illustration to mark the Christmas Holidays. In reality, a gingerbread man’s fate is always horrific (for them), MDI then took this one step further and imagined how a gingerbread homicide might be handled in their saccharine society.
Jordi Ros worked with Pandasaurus Games to create a range of visual assets for their new game ’THAT TIME YOU KILLED ME’.
Justin Metz worked with The Economist to produce this Alice in Wonderland themed cover illustration. The artwork is being auctioned as The Economist’s first ever NFT, with all of the proceeds going to the Economist Educational Foundation.
The artwork showcases popular cryptocurrencies ‘going down the rabbit hole’, as the Economist embarks to do the same.
More of Justin’s work can be found at: http://www.debutart.com/artist/justin-metz
A decade old but still feels fresh. James Taylor created all art and type for The Go! Team’s 2011 album ‘Rolling Blackouts'. The album has been reissued as picture disc, worth it for the cover alone. The A0 size collage (the album cover features only a fraction of it) involved James cutting and sticking over 200 images.
More of James’s work can be found at https://www.debutart.com/artist/james-taylor
Lisa was asked to create a CG illustration of a stack of every issue of The Big Issue reaching into space and a further image for the feature spread.
More of Lisa’s work can be found at https://www.debutart.com/artist/lisa-sheehan
Xinmei Liu worked with RisoLab to create a four colour Risograph print using crimson, light lime, aqua and black inks. The print showcases instructions originally from a 1970’s poster about effective eye exercises.
More of Xinmei’s work can be viewed at https://www.debutart.com/artist/xinmei-liu