Sarah Dennis was thrilled to be asked to illustrate ‘Natural’ a fabulous new cookbook published by Parragon. Sarah created a beautiful set of paper cut illustrations for the cover and insides of this compendium of wholesome recipes. This was a dream project for self - confessed foodie Sarah.
James's design was for the alcove space where he has represented a selection of the well-known theatres in the area. He says "The focus of the West End 'Theatreland' is of course the shows themselves, however the theatre buildings are often iconic and beautifully grand venues." Using acrylic pens and emulsion, James has drawn St Martin’s Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Queen’s Theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre, Novello Theatre, London Palladium and Palace Theatre, along with characters from some well-known productions. He was also asked to produce a decorative mural for the George Bernard Shaw quote wall, which includes some theatre inspired elements, all this was completed over a period of six days.
Cooking for Chaps is a stylish, cookbook with a difference, it's an essential guide to gastronomy for the man about town, written by Gustav Temple, editor of The Chap magazine. Gustav specifically requested David Hitch to illustrate his first cookery book as he felt that the illustrator, well known of his PG Wodehouse covers, could capture the quintessential English gentleman. David's colour and black and white illustrations beautiful compliment the recipes and advice for the modern gentleman to ensure culinary magnificence.
David Hitch is represented by Arena
These juicy ads are for Saveol in France and illustrated by Jacqueline Bissett.
The brief was to show cheeky girls desiring and eating the mini tomatoes making up their skirts - which were superimposed onto the artworks. The fun images are currently in use on billboards throughout France, with the possibility of them going on the side of trucks at some point, which would be great!
Jacqueline Bissett is represented by Illustration ltd
Christopher Corr exhibits his latest 'fish themed' paintings at Kensington Place.
This show at the Notting Hill restaurant 'features fish from the seven seas', referencing his time spent in Marseille and other world travels. The joyful nature of his work in this setting will be a feast for the eyes and the belly!
The artworks are hanging from today until January 2014.
Christopher Corr is represented by Illustration Ltd