Phosphor's Dominika Lipniewska is illustrating a series of articles in FT Money by prominent thinkers, policymakers, and workplace experts on one of the biggest questions of the post-pandemic moment - what will the future of work look like and how do we build it?
Laurence Whiteley creates beautiful flat colour illustrations that hark back to Cassandra as well as the tourist posters of the 50’s, the travel poster style of the 30’s and the familiar propaganda posters of the last century.
Quino is a classic traditional figure artist and works in illustrator and photoshop producing highly finished colourful lifestyle illustrations mostly of interactions between people.
This weeks cover illustration by Joshua marshal was one of four. The issue explores how we can tackle the systemic issues around Women's safety following the death of Sarah Everard.
The artist and illustrator Alexis Bruchon has throughout the whole of the last lockdown year been busy producing some fabulously stylish illustrations for private commissions and book publishers and magazines - one of his regular clients House and Gardens has also inspired him to produce some of his own personal work.
These stunning bird’s eye view illustrations were created by Mark Boardman. Making great use of Mark’s technical yet accessible style, the images were commissioned for a special feature on the impact of the Covid pandemic on global trade for Quarterly Magazine.
To see more of Mark’s work, click here.
Sketchbook and passport are inseparable for this London based award-winning illustrator obsessed with travel. A natural explorer, Caroline Tomlinson has lived all over the world which has further heightened her wanderlust and love for fashion and culture both of which are a constant source of inspiration.