A decade old but still feels fresh. James Taylor created all art and type for The Go! Team’s 2011 album ‘Rolling Blackouts'. The album has been reissued as picture disc, worth it for the cover alone. The A0 size collage (the album cover features only a fraction of it) involved James cutting and sticking over 200 images.
More of James’s work can be found at https://www.debutart.com/artist/james-taylor
Tobias was commissioned by Studio Fury to produce the cover illustration and lettering for the exciting new Rolling Stones compilation album ‘Honk’.
Andrew created the artwork for Everything Everything’s latest album ‘ Get to Heaven’ released 22nd June 2015.
A Dream Life of Hackney Marshes is another beautifully crafted, limited edition album designed and illustrated by Frances Castle for Clay Pipe Music. Frances' atmospheric images are a perfect foil for Gareth E. Rees' words about the landscape of the Hackney Marshes and it's mix of ancient wetland, overgrown Victorian ruins, wild flower meadows, pylons, railway sidings and reservoirs. Ree's spoken word in collaboration with Jetsam's orchestration, takes us on a journey through this troubled dreamscape.
Frances Castle is represented by Arena
These punchy drawings for Manchester's 'Dirty North' are by pen and ink master Ben Tallon. Working with the band, Ben has produced gritty artworks for the single and album inlay. Ben says "'The Blues' is the new single from Dirty North, a three piece from Wythenshawe, Manchester fusing reggae with rap and guitar music...... I met the boys in Wythenshawe, Europe's biggest council estate. We toured the local hangouts where the boys grew up, providing much fuel for the lyrics and musical identity. I photographed everything from graffiti on the underpass to melted wheelie bins, attracting attention from a few bystanders. The results delighted the band and The Blues is out now on Corporate Records." Dirty North are also rumoured to be supporting The Stone Roses at Heaton Park.
Ben Tallon is represented by Illustration
Chris Ede has completed a challenging project creating 40, yes 40 album covers for production music library Synctracks. Commissioned by Liz Williams, this was a huge project for Chris and has shown his amazing versatility in having to create a different style for each album.
Chris Ede is represented by Illustration Ltd