We took a trip to Paris to meet with the wonderful Agathe Singer and discuss all things gouache, juggling childcare and tiny lifts.
You can view Agathe’s portfolio at https://www.handsomefrank.com/illustrators/agathe-singer and listen to all episodes in the series at: www.handsomefrank.com/insights/listen
James Gibbs is known for his quirky characters which lends his style to be used in a variety of areas including advertising, editorial, children's and educational publishing. His recent clients include , Leeds Building Society, Oxford University Press, Dorling Kindersley and Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.
One thing we always appreciate is when a client keeps coming back to use the services of one of our illustrators again, and again. Here is Matt Murphy delivering the goods once more for Trust Magazine for an article titled ‘Casting the Net Wider’ but you already guessed that from the main illustration, right?
Justin was commissioned by The New York Times to create the cover of their Arts & Leisure section to mark the 50Th Anniversary of ‘The Godfathers’ cinematic release.
More of Justin’s work can be seen here https://www.debutart.com/artist/justin-metz
Bekologic was commissioned by The Folio Society to create 6 colour illustrations, the cover artwork and a slipcase pattern for the renowned publisher's new edition of Kurt Vonnegut's book 'Cat's Cradle'.
More of Bekologic's work can be reviewed at - https://www.debutart.com/artist/bekologic
Occasionally a project comes along that makes you (really) proud to be a part of it. Petra Eriksson's latest project for TFL does just that.