Phosphor Art are due to relaunch their website in the next couple of weeks, with a snazzy rebrand and several talented new artists to show off.
Phosphor Art is pleased to now be representing Jennie Maizels. You might know her for her work with children's book author Kate Petty (the pair worked on eight books together over sixteen years), her bestselling pop-up books, her magazine Raw Vision, her online Sketchbook Club or even her iconic iron-on patches!
It’s a strange and unprecedented time for all of us, but Phosphor have been pleased to see that their illustrators’ creativity has not been stifled and they continue to ‘Illustrate to create a better world’. A number of Phosphor’s artists have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic with illustrations. Here are just a few of their creative responses…
Van Gogh is sporting a face mask but it won’t stay on, as he’s missing an ear (by Pastiche)
Jonathan Leach created this artwork inspired by where it all began, China’s wet markets
The new symbol of wealth and privilege by Alexander Jackson
Jon Rogers has repurposed some illustrations he did for a pharmaceutical brand into a ‘Corona Home Exercise Guide’
Laura Redburn created this Wes Anderson-esqe collage to remind people to stay 2m apart.
Dave Hopkins came up with this interesting alternative to a face mask
IDRO51 (aka Flavio Melchiorrre) has created a colouring sheet of his ‘Fake News’ artwork to keep us all entertained and remind us to be on our guard while browsing the media