Hitandrun were commissioned by Spiro to create an optical illusion floor print for Temenos conference at London’s Excel centre.
Christopher Gibb's atmospheric cover illustration for Kristen Simmons' exciting new book METALTOWN, is published by Tor in the UK this month. Chris' imagery was the perfect choice for this dystopian tale set in a fictional factory city, diseased and ravaged by war, where money and food are in short supply.
Joe’s illustration focuses on the Johnnie Walker journey from Scotland to Mumbai, depicting scenes from India's busiest and most vibrant city. The majestic giant Bengal tiger welcomes Johnnie Walker through the gateway to India, into a bustling indian landscape. From the high rise buildings in Mumbai's metropolitan region, to India's beautiful landscapes of mountain temples and exotic wildlife with elephants, peacocks and monkeys.
Much like Mumbai, this drawing melds the traditional and the modern, combining elements of Mumbai's spiritual past and prosperous future.
The fantastic Lindsey Spinks has been a busy bee once again! Here is one of her latest pieces, commissioned by American Snack Company Drakes as part of their brand re-launch. It is to be displayed on a moving trailer as part of a moving art exhibition around New York City.
Lindsey Spinks is represented by the Artworks
We give a huge round of applause to Anne Wilson, winner of the Serco Prize for Illustration.
Anne’s ‘Winding Through The City’ beat 400 entries for the competition, 50 of which are on show at the London Transport Museum until June 3rd. The brief was to show the Thames as a diverse and exciting place for Londoners and visitors. The winning image is to be reproduced as posters to be used around the transport network and also sold at the London Transport museum shop. Anne Wilson is represented by Illustration Ltd
Rod Clark has been working with Insurance Times Magazine, to create this illustration for a feature discussing Business Communications within the City of London entitled City Evolution.
Rod Clark is represented by the Art Market