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Yuko Kondo / Tiny Forest / Earthwatch

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

On the Go with Cheerios

Motion Club create four energised animations for a Cheerios and Shape Advertising feature.

The brief was to create 4 animations that capture the mood of a positive, healthy morning routine.

We love using exaggerated poses in our characters, so this was a great chance for us to have some fun.

We were also able to play with the Cheerio photo as a device to incorporate in the narrative - whether the rising sun or sleep pod!

Motion Club are represented by IllustrationX

Juicy Crones

Who better to create a bold, bright and inspiring illustration than Laura Greenan who designed this sensational artwork for the Juicy Crones project... a new book, website and way of thinking for older women. The illustration needed to portray an older woman who was confident, balanced and calm.

The fabulous Juicy Crones is about 'courageous women claiming this part of their lives for adventure, activism and creativity.' The bright, psychedelic colours represent the energy and vitality of these women, who are in no way, 'past it'.

Laura Greenan is represented by IllustrationX

Daniela Terrazzini illustrates “Where Snow Angles Go”; Maggie O’Farrell’s first childrens book.

Daniela Terrazzini has illustrated acclaimed novelist Maggie O’Farrell’s first children’s book, Where Snow Angels Go; an incredible collaboration between two exceptional artists. Daniela’s dreamy illustrations are perfectly partnered with the modern fairy tale's exploration of the fragility of life and the places we find strength.

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Diana Mayo: Snow Ghost

How many more sleeps until Christmas? Its fast approaching and we have some lovely books hitting the bookshelves.

This wonderful book written by Tony Mitton and beautifully illustrated by our own Diana Mayo and published by Bloomsbury  is a timeless and magical story about belonging.

 

The book is a festive treat for the eyes, and the ideal Christmas gift.

For more of Diana’s fabulous work please go to the Artist Partners website to see more of her stunning  images.

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