The artwork was created as part of a campaign to welcome back shoppers to the Covent Garden and Carnaby Street area. 🌸 🛍
A print inspired Rosie McGuinness figure illustration was commissioned for a nationwide AW/21 promotion .
Hugely accomplished illustrator and surface pattern designer, HARRIET POPHAM, collaborated with Accor Hotels to create a townscape-inspired mural for the multinational hospitality company’s new Mercure hotel in Bridgwater, Somerset.
As local creative talent, Harriet’s partciular knowledge of the area’s identifying landmarks and iconic events–including the striking Willow Man outdoor sculpture by Serena de la Hey, and the renowned Guy Fawkes Carnival–played beautifully into her composition of a truly bespoke artwork for the hotel’s bar and lounge space.
The artist’s signature intricate line art–rendered in greyscale and featuring highlight-colour blocks in muted shades–was employed to brilliant effect in creating a visual environment for the hotel’s clientele that is at once tranquil and compelling, inviting anyone entering that space to lose themselves in a meditative way amidst the intensely detailed drawings.
Last year, Laura Barrett had the pleasure of working with the lovely design team at Studioarc on the refurbishment of Edinburgh’s Museum of Childhood.
Tobias Hall was recently asked by Stroke Art Fair in Munich to create a 8x4 metre mural for its main sponsor, Cadillac. The brief was pretty open, so Tobias set about focusing on words and phrases associated with the car (a Cadillac XT5) and the brand as a whole, then employed varying lettering styles combined with illustration to bring the piece to life.
Charlie Sutcliffe has been painting a mural for the the town of Fanzara in Spain with a fabulous colourful mural alongside other artists - Javier Lopez a life long fan of art - Lopez launched MIAU the Unfinished Museum of Urban ArtF
Phosphor Art's Luella Wright has been working hard on some illustrations with Jungle Creative for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool. Her cute characters have been used so far to decorate the walls of the hospital and for apps, games and books for the patients to interact with.