Already at number one in the charts!
The social phenomenon that is Iron Maiden have just released their fifteenth album entitled “The Final Frontier” celebrates the bands best album yet.
Fear of the Dark was the first cover, I Virtual XI was the 2nd, Death on the Road was the 3rd, and Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg was 4th.
The Final Frontier was number 5
The Album cover was again commissioned by Peacock Design, and they approached Artist Partners once again to commission the artist and illustrator Mel Grant to produce this very prestigious cover. Amazingly this is the fifth album cover that Mel Grant has illustrated for them over the years, and he was delighted to be asked. Iron Maiden are a very hands on band when it comes to their cover art and the art direction and collaboration with Peacock and Mel Grant produced a formidable image.
To view more of Mel Grant's work, please go here.
Garry Walton’s cheeky artworks for Keep Britain Tidy’s latest campaign have caused quite a stir. Garry was commissioned to create a poster in the classic saucy sea-side style, to be used across various media platforms. The artworks have sparked national debate, being deemed as too risque by some. We think the posters are great and are right behind the campaign (excuse the pun).
Garry Walton is represented by Meiklejohn
Alastair Taylor was commissioned by Theatre Alibi to illustrate the poster for their autumn production. "A Flying Visit" is a play for 5-11 year olds and is the story of a boy who wakes up one morning with wings instead of arms. Alastair's whimsical illustration fits the story perfectly.
Alastair Taylor is represented by Eastwing