Max was commissioned by New York University to create 5 images to promote the University’s Center for Language, Music and Emotion.
Illustrators Jordi Ros, Janelle Barone, Xinmei Liu, Rupert Gruber and Kanith Thailamthong have started with Début Art over the last few months.
Fast track to Spring...
Kolchoz worked on a social media campaign for Mercedes Benz to highlight the importance of having your car serviced while in lockdown. He created a series of characters depicting how they changed from the start to the end of lockdown highlighting how you should look after your car as well as yourself.
Whilst everyone is hoping for a Playstation 5 this Christmas, Walter Newton harks back to the glory days of 8bit goodness with this pixel-based Santa that wouldn’t be out of place on an 80’s Nintendo console.
Wishing you and yours a wonderful time during the festive season.
Alan Kitching was commissioned by The Folio Society to create the binding and a special accompanying bookmark for their edition of ‘The Stories of English’ by David Crystal, a landmark critical text examining how the English language became a rich, diverse global language.
Lexus commissioned Chris Labrooy to create a series of animations for the new all-electric Lexus UX, featuring some of Chris’ trademark interests to highlight the new dynamic features of the model.
The animations were used in Lexus’ online advertising campaign - https://www.debutart.com/artist/chris-labrooy/lexus-ux-sneakers-and-bike
More of Chris’ work can be viewed at https://www.debutart.com/artist/chris-labrooy
Yuko Kondo was commissioned to create the artwork for Earthwatch’s ‘Tiny Forest’ campaign. Tiny Forests are densely packed native forests that fit into the size of a tennis court. This means they bring all the benefits of a forest – climate cooling, lower flood risks, biodiversity, improved air quality and physical and mental wellbeing – right into the heart of our cities and urban spaces. Yuko created a design that packs the wildlife and plant life of the United Kingdom in to this space. The design was used both online and also as mural in urban areas around the UK.
You can see more of Yuko’s work at https://www.debutart.com/artist/yuko-kondo