Phosphor's Jasmine Chin was recently commissioned to bring some colour and creativity to a report by Creative United and Coventry University.
Lucy Davey has illustrated the perfect walking holiday essential, handy pocket guides for 4 locations across Scotland, published by Pocket Mountains Ltd.
With a look inspired by vintage travel posters, Lucy has captured specific landmarks relevant to the four locations (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Sterling and Falkirk), as well as creating around 30 inside illustrations for each book, “It was a dream brief in many ways – I loved learning about all these landmarks of Scotland and really enjoyed adding the nature and wildlife elements to the images.”
Each book has a distinct colour palette which Lucy uses to great effect throughout, making them a wonderfully visually satisfying set;
“The printed books are so cute and satisfying, I’m so pleased with how they turned out!
New Zealand based STATE Insurance recently undertook a national study and found that the same accidents tend to happen on the same day; which led to their campaign The Mistake Report, featuring a range of witty icons created by Nick Chaffe in his graphic style for use in print, TV and social media.
A man of many talents, Phosphor's Jon Rogers recently completed a rebrand for Mister Z's curry paste, giving it a fresh look to help it stand out.
Jon has worked with many iconic food and drink brands over the years, including Guinness, Fox's Biscuits and Werther's Originals.
Phosphor's Jhon Boy recently completed a set of illustrations for Platform55's website (click through to see them in action).
Platform55 provides a practical and impactful solution to support working parents and managers with a clear return on investment for organisations.
See more of Jhon Boy's work in his portfolio on the Phosphor website.
Ben has been working with Vodaphone team, creating a series of striking graphic illustrations for their business site to support their Connected Education service. 'Bringing digital learning to students, teachers & schools worldwide to help teachers and pupils collaborate in new ways using technology.'
Was a really nice nice one to work on and made all the smoother with the clever designer at Sassy Films who commissioned the project.