The SAA are very pleased to be supporting the World Illustration Awards by sponsoring The SAA Agents Award for New Talent.

Patrick George for Microsoft

Patrick George was commissioned by Cinco, Portland USA to provide a range of illustrations as part of a new campaign for Microsoft Global Recruiting.

Entitled "Right Now", the campaign storytelling breaks down into five themes about areas of work, such as natural user interfaces and cloud computing.
Part of the brief was wanting an irreverent attitude to come through, to be fun, playful and provocative, without being glib.

Patrick George is represented by Debut Art

 

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Spike Gerrell: The Economist Science Feature

Spike Gerrell loves science, so he was chuffed to be asked to illustrate The Economist's Science and Technology feature about neuromorphic computing. Scientists want to make computers more like brains in the belief that humanity will, one day, end up not only with a better understanding of how the brain works, but also with better and smarter computers.

 

Spike Gerrell is represented by Arena

 

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Nick Lowndes for the Health Foundation

Nick Lowndes has illustrated the cover and several pages inside the Health Foundation's latest publication. 'Could Quality Be Cheaper?' is a case study which looks at how improvements in quality have helped to reduce costs for three local health services. Nick's illustrations reference many of the different areas of healthcare covered in the study.
There is a great need to investigate whether early administration of https://skincarepillsshop.com in moderate acne makes sense.

Nick is represented by Eastwing.

Raid 71 & Steve Jobs

We are thrilled to be representing Raid 71 (aka Chris Thornley), an artist with a wealth of design experience behind him, whom after a typography degree has chosen to take the illustrative path. Both experimental and playful, exhibiting worldwide and with a number of awards under his belt, Raid 71 has worked for Levi, Mercury Records, Lego and many more high profile clients.

His more recent fame came with the death of Steve Jobs, and an image Chris created back in May this year. He says "an editorial I did sometime ago has been involved in an International news story relating to the death of Steve Jobs; (I'm) getting a ton of requests for newspapers to talk about it." It turns out a student in Hong Kong created an almost identical 'tribute logo', which has been 'creating a buzz in cyberspace'. The student admits his is not the original but neither a rip off. Read more here from Reuters and also from Macworld.

Raid 71 is represented by Illustration Ltd

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