Caroline Smith is a painter of repute, she has been represented by Artist Partners since the early 70's To try and describe her work it is influenced by Vivianne Westwood, Dolce and Gabbana and Tribal and Ritual weddings, and baroque decoration. Her paintings can be seen in galleries and in private homes, and her recent series of paintings have been described as flowing organic natural lines, contrasting with complex decoupage textures, glowing gold and saturated colours.
A dramatic melange of pearls, brass findings, antiqued pewter , vinyl trade beads, Turquoise and`Jade. Caroline has designed packaging, tarot cards, editorial images, and book covers, and has also had her work published by The Folio Society.
For more of her stunning work please look at the website here
Sveta Dorosheva draws a fascinating illustration for the LA Times on the attraction of Disney theme parks.
The article is written by a Disney addict and looks into why many people visit the parks continuously despite the fact that it'd be cheaper to have a holiday somewhere else. Is the attraction the escape from reality where everything is fake? Sveta's artwork is a beautifully detailed dissection of the brain, playfully illustrated with feel good Disney icons, read the article here.
Hannah Davies attends the grand opening of the Thomas Sabo London flagship store and launch of the new Chakra collection for which she has illustrated.
The store in South Molten Street, London was host to an evening of celebration and where Hannah's work for this new collection could be seen. Her nature inspired patterned artwork represents the new Chakra collection and has been used across all the promotion and as a backdrop projection on the night. She says "The opening was a chance for me to see the illustration in large scale and also meet Mr Sabo and the lovely team I have been creating this illustration for."
Hannah Davies is represented by Illustration
Christina K was commissioned to produce an illustration for the entrance and windows of the Smooth You Spa in Dalston Square. She designed the image to work across the 2.5m x 10m window area and reflect the relaxing experience of the treatments the spa offers it’s customers.
Christina K is represented by Debut Art
Dan Funderburgh worked with AMV BBDO on this striking 'Made of Black' campaign for Guinness Africa. Dan created the patterns to incorporate the iconic Guinness harp emblem which were then used as the backdrop to portraits by artist by Steve Caldwell. The images depict young creative talent from Africa: Eva Alordiah, Phyno and Olamide
Dan Funderburgh is represented by Debut Art
We are delighted to introduce you to the inspiring work of illustrator and collage artist Lynn Hatzius, the latest artist to join Phosphor. Offering a number of distinctive styles, including collages featuring vintage engravings and intricate prints with a papercut look, Lynn has previously been commissioned by publishers including Random House, GQ Magazine and Readers Digest.