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Carole Verbyst – Connected Places Magazine/Report

 

Carole Verbyst was delighted to be commissioned by the brilliant Mr B & Friends to work on issue 3 of Connected Places Magazine. The magazine features Carole's classic vector montages though-out the the document. Carole worked closely with the designers and client directly to hone the imagery content for each specific section.

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The return of Peter Grundy AKA Grundini

 

We're very pleased to announce the return of Peter Grundy AKA Grundini to Début Art. Peter has been shaping visual narratives for four decades. As a pioneer of infographics, he has developed a remarkable ability to communicate complex messages with visual simplicity.

 

 

Notable clients; Shell International, Harvard University, The Guardian, PayPal Business, Happify Health and American Academy of Neurology, The V&A, Times Newspapers and Reader’s Digest.

 

 

More of Grundini’s work can be view here - https://www.debutart.com/artist/grundini

D-Day 80 – Royal British Legion Magazine – Helen Friel.

 

Helen Friel was commissioned to create the cover for Royal British Legion’s magazine to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day. The image is a physical build made of several layers that feature the planes, tanks and ships that featured in the historic event.

 

 

More of Helen’s work can be view here - https://www.debutart.com/artist/helen-friel

Guillermo Flores impactful illustration for Politico Cover

 

Blending perfectly with Politico’s leading subject, Guillermo’s work adorns the cover of the current Politico magazine. His dynamic style, filled with his unique language of lines, shapes and colours, encourages a deeper dive into the discourse.

You can see more of Guillermo’s work here:

https://thebrightagency.com/uk/design-and-advertising/artists/guillermo-flores

Welcoming Sunnu Rebecca Choi to The Artworks

 

Award-winning Korean Canadian illustrator Sunnu Rebecca Choi is the latest member of The Artworks family.

 

 

With her instantly recognisable style, astute use of colour and a wealth of experience, Rebecca’s work sings brightly across editorial, non-fiction and picture books.

 

 

She uses traditional printmaking techniques such as etching, monoprints, relief and collagraph as well as analogue mediums such as acrylic and watercolour or combining them with digital drawings.

 

 

Sunnu Rebecca Choi is represented by The Artworks

 

 

Iris de Luz for MIZZOU Magazine

 

Phosphor's Iris de Luz was approached by MIZZOU Magazine, the alumni magazine of the University of Missouri, to illustrate their Spring 2024 cover.

The brief was right up Iris' street: a 'playful and surreal park fantasy world' featuring bright colours, flowers, rolling hills, trees, lots of pattern and the famous St. Louis arch.

Iris' illustration will entice MIZZOU subscribers to read the cover story which features a group of four University of Missouri alumni who are leaders of various parks and greenspace organisations in the city of St. Louis.

Many different photographic elements and some 3D vector shapes make up each piece of Iris' dazzling artwork, including this cover. She spends hours looking at photographs to find the right textures for the job at hand, and says, "I think of them as if they were part of a digital ecosystem where each element, when joined with others, builds a new character".

Take a peek at Iris' portfolio to find more of her digital collages and contact Trina at Phosphor to commission Iris for your next project.

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