Oscar was recently commissioned by the iconic New York alt-weekly The Village Voice to create a portrait of Donald Trump, for an article titled "Stop Making Sense", giving advice for writers in the current political landscape. Oscar collaborated closely with them, using Trumps' own words, curated by the Voice's editors, to create this portrait.
Paul Garland illustrated the front cover for the June 2016 edition of Reader's Digest (UK) to accompany the debate on whether Britain should remain within the EU or leave.
Justin Metz produced this brilliant cover image for Time magazine illustrating the speculation over Hilary Clinton's run for presidency.
Steve May's images do a brilliant job in illustrating the various methods employed to keeping your data safe online in the cross-government campaign, Be Cyber Streetwise. Aimed to improve the online safety behaviour and confidence of consumers and small businesses, the website gives important and extensive information to protect yourselves, your families and your business. Steve created an animation in his role as director for Picasso Pictures, alongside a print and poster campaign.
Steve May is represented by Arena
One of our Startworks artists Lindsey Spinks was asked by the FT to produce an illustration based on various predictions for the new year 2012. Lindsey created this brilliant illustration which was used on the cover and inside the paper too. A tricky brief to pull together so many elements, but Lindsey managed to do so with great success, well done Lindsey!
Lindsey Spinks is represented by The Artworks
James Taylor has made this brilliant paper model for the 2011 predictions page in this weeks Financial Times. The image depicts the specialist’s predictions on what will happen in world of politics, economics, and business in 2011.
James Taylor is represented by Debut Art