Jacey was commissioned by Empire magazine to create a series of illustrations to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Tim Burton’s Batman Returns.
Lisa was commissioned by Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create a series of illustrations based on their ampersand brand mark. The variance of each ampersand represents the agency’s different outputs and offices, the beaches and warmth of their LA office for example.
More of Lisa’s work can be reviewed at https://www.debutart.com/artist/lisa-sheehan
Si Scott was commissioned by Ballantine’s Whisky to work on a multifaceted
brief for the Japanese arm of their latest campaign, marking the release of
a new line of single malt whiskies. Whilst Ballantine’s prides itself in its
rich cultural heritage and the traditional methods they use to make their
whisky, they wanted to emphasise the spirit of innovation and daring that
led them to create their new product.
Pete Harrison worked with Havas Worldwide Johannesburg to create this clever campaign for Mr Min. Pete illustrated three spray can shaped artworks, each revealing beautiful inner worlds, designed to show just how much Mr Min can clean. Pete used 3D techniques to create the incredibly detailed scenes.
Tracie created a mysterious cityscape that integrates with the 3D watch display towers in the Ted Baker & Moore store on Commercial Street, London. The colours and lighting make it feel like a surreal night scene from a dark comic that fit with Ted Baker’s sharp style and fun approach to all their visuals.
Ruth Rowland successfully uses her skills on this promotion for the Simple Minds upcoming tour.
She says "This three dimensional bust was created for the Simple Minds' The Greatest Hits Tour this April. I was commissioned to develop the lettering, working with a range of different marker pens, then scanning and fitting the script to a photo of the head. It was built up gradually until the final image was approved. It's surprisingly tricky to keep the lettering looking raw and not overworked - this vernacular lettering is influenced more by Outsider Art and hand drawn ephemeral signage than by traditional calligraphy. The designer sent over images of the scrawled graffiti on Jim Morrison's grave and the Abbey Road sign as the inspiration for the piece - the fumes from the markers probably helped a little too....there are also plans to use it on the related album which has yet to be released." Ruth Rowland is represented by Illustration Ltd
Since graduating in 2009 from Central Saint Martins, with a first class degree in Graphic Design, Helen Friel has been working as a freelance Paper Engineer.
Helen both hand cuts and uses technology to produce her pieces. Bridging the gap between two and three dimensions is central to her design practice as well as producing pieces that involve and evoke emotion in the audience.
Many of her pieces are stage sets in miniature, creating worlds with layers of card and paper. They are often influenced by an off-beat sense of humour that captions the delicate cut-outs. Her work has been featured in books Papercraft and Papercraft 2.
Working from her studio in South London, Helen has produced work for clients including: Vogue UK, Vanity Fair UK, Time, Tatler UK, Tatler Asia, Harrods Magazine, MOO and Men’s Health.