Following on from the success of Balloon to the Moon, Phosphor's Christopher Nielsen has teamed up with Gill Arbuthnott again on From Shore to Ocean Floor, which will be published by Big Picture Press on 30th September.
"From sandy beaches to mysterious, inky depths, this beautiful book is the story of ocean exploration, from shore to ocean floor. Seen from space, Earth is a swirl of blue and white. The blue is Earth's oceans, which cover 70% of its surface... yet the ocean is the most unexplored region of our planet. From Shore to Ocean Floor is the story of how humans went from building the first boats, to discovering the secrets of the deep. Marvel at incredible scientific discoveries, be dazzled by some of the most exciting new species and admire the incredible men and women who took the very first steps below the surface. This spectacularly illustrated book comes from the author and illustrator duo of the award-winning Balloon to the Moon."
Balloon to the Moon won the 'Children’s Trade 9 to 16 Years' category at the British Book Design & Production Awards, and it's hoped From Shore to Ocean Floor will be just as successful.
Phosphor's Jasmine Chin was recently commissioned to bring some colour and creativity to a report by Creative United and Coventry University.
A man of many talents, Phosphor's Jon Rogers recently completed a rebrand for Mister Z's curry paste, giving it a fresh look to help it stand out.
Jon has worked with many iconic food and drink brands over the years, including Guinness, Fox's Biscuits and Werther's Originals.
Phosphor's Jhon Boy recently completed a set of illustrations for Platform55's website (click through to see them in action).
Platform55 provides a practical and impactful solution to support working parents and managers with a clear return on investment for organisations.
See more of Jhon Boy's work in his portfolio on the Phosphor website.
Usually best known for his pop culture portraits, Phosphor's Alexander Jackson has been working on more architectural commissions lately, like this gorgeous Edinburgh skyline piece. For those of us who haven't been able to venture far from home for months, Alexander's landscape pieces have been welcomed.
Take a trip over to Alexander Jackson's portfolio to see more.