Giulio Iurissevich embarked upon a career as a photographer and graphic artist in 1998. With the computer, he discovered a talent for digital fashion illustration. Giulio is completely self-taught, although he says the passion for images and art has always been with him.
This includes some infographics for former residents of Cannonhall and 'A Day if the Life of Sandall Castle.
Check out Liz's portfolio for all her latest work HERE
Angus has been creating a new body of work in the form of a comic strip about a couple living in lockdown. Angus is known for his graphic novel style artwork for general illustration and also works extensively creating storyboards for agencies world wide.
Josy was called upon to illustrate this spring edition of the IPPR's progressive Review cover. The Institute for Public Policy Research is the UK’s pre-eminent progressive think tank whose purpose is to promote research into and the education of the public in the economic, social and political sciences and in science and technology, the voluntary sector and social enterprise, public services, and industry and commerce.
The IPPR engages with he public, with opinion formers, and policymakers and politicians of all parties on a variety of social and economic issues.
Josy has recently created a few self- initiated Corona Virus illustrations, she is also becoming known for her lovely children's book illustrations and has a number of titles in the pipeline to be published- watch this space.
Clare Elsom has a new book out with the lovely publisher Usborne. "Dodos have been extinct for over 300 years. But what if they could be given another chance at life? Just imagine that!
This self-inspired image speaks for itself -sums up the current situation in a lot of households by sitting and hoping it will all go away!
Other images show some recent new work completed in the last months. Øivind is available for commissions.
Quino Marin's striking illustration reflecting the isolation a big proportion of the world's people are facing over the next few months - however, there is optimism in the title that there will be end to it eventually.
Quino's take on the iconic 80's film Blade Runner and some illustrations from Quino's educational work of otherwise normal daily life scenes we normally take for granted.
Quino is available for commissions.