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Illustration for an ad campaign announcing the opening of a suburban treatment center.
For the story "Will Democrats Take Over The House"
I was asked to create a series of animal illustrations for the children's book sections of Indigo Books. Canada's biggest book shop. Indigo paid for the out rights to the designs allowing them to use them in all stores.
I drew this portrait of Diesel CEO Renzo Rosso for an art lining that was produced in a cooporation between the BusinessPunks fashion label and the german Business Punk Magazine of G+J.
This upcoming book is due for release in the Fall 2018
Slash Monster was created for a poster wall at a new Rock Music themed Taco and Bar Restaurant.
Illustrated map of San Francisco for the San Francisco Summer Traveler Guide. Highlighting the unique character and places of the city’s neighborhoods. Digital collage, lettering and typography.
"The Weird, Dangerous, Isolated Life of the Saturation Diver” This was a fascinating illustration series for Atlas Obscura. It’s one of the world’s most hazardous and demanding jobs and known for its intense pressure (literally). ocean, diving, scuba, technical, mechanical, science, scientific, engineering, pressure, diver, divers, underwater, water, deep, sea, explore, pipes, oil
Story about learning a second language and how it can expand your opportunities for health and happiness. The author recounts her trip to Italy, where in Rome, she successfully purchased two tickets to Florence, in Italian.
Illustrations for an educational children's book
This medical illustration was designed for the first such effort I collaborated on. I was asked to create both the cover art and over 400 Medical Illustrations inside. Health and Wellness. Charcoal on Paper.
A story about imagination, friendship and growing up.
Illustrated in watercolour and ink.
Cut from vinyl, the drama unfolds in the huge smoked windows surrounding the entrance to my clients' Bandstand Creative head offices in Soho, Central London, when a visitor (victim) appears at the door. Enjoy!
Young readers cover illustration. Italian version of Rodman Philbrick novel "Freak the mighty".
Have you ever wondered how cars roar along roads, or planes soar into the sky? This exciting introduction to engineering for young children explores how all sorts of amazing things work, from fire engines and submarines to dishwashers and vacuum cleaners, with over 70 flaps to lift. Illustrated by Stefano Tognetti and written by Rob Lloyd Jones.
Full page advertising illustration. Conceptual design, Italian authentic. Client brief included the importance of demonstrating the "authenticity of Italian heritage" attached to the brand. Using the iconic Colosseum of ancient Rome as the conceptual dish from which to serve pasta hits the mark. My signature realistic, yet still a bit painterly, style brings this notion to the level of credibility needed to sell the product. The client was quite pleased.
Illustration of Eleven and Dustin Of Stranger Things 2.
Cover art for Friend Magazine, a children's publication of the LDS Church.
These illustrations will appear on a series of information boards about the wild flowers and animals to be found in different habitats across north Norfolk in the UK. Species shown include the Common dog violet, Southern hawker dragonfly, Red campion, Primrose, White Admiral butterfly, Nursery web spider, and a bumble bee in a foxglove flower.
Portrait of composer, bassist, and performer Evan Flory-Barnes for an article about his multimedia performance On Loving the Muse and Family. emotion, anger, pride, stillness, laughter, gouache, paint, purple, dreads, African American, mixed race
Full page Illustration for Rutgers School of Engineering magazine about graduate programs.
Illustrations created for The Roosevelts line of officially licensed apparel featuring characters from The Sandlot. Ham, Squints, Benny, Wendy and the beast were illustrated for use on t-shirts, hoodies, button downs and bathing suits. Find them at store.rsvlts.com
Bespoke packaging for Indian teas? Look no further, this melting pot of two cultures was the perfect job for Jitesh Patel. His richly ornate work is inspired by his Indian heritage combined with an English upbringing. He has illustrated 4 maps for this luxury brand, offering regional tea growing in Assam, Nilgiri, Kangra and Darjeeling. With his beautiful pen line and detailed style, Jitesh has created a product that will want to keep, even when tea time is over.
The Kimpton La Peer commissioned me to create a mural for their exclusive private event space on their West Hollywood rooftop. Taking cues from my continuous-line portraits, and muted palette, I worked with them to create something minimal that makes a statement without being overly distracting.
1 of an ongoing web campaign for Vogue x Mercedes, Japan
Illustration for article about Harvey Weinstein
This was a fun job. I've worked on the Key Art for Marvel Puzzle Quest twice in co-operation with Maverick. On this occasion the finished image was inspired by the new 'Avengers' film.
These are digital paintings of Captain America, Spiderman and Black Widow that feature in the finished artwork.
The paper craft wizard, Andy Singleton, has been chosen to create paper installations changing throughout the seasons on Clarges Mayfair's building window, reflecting Mayfair’s history as a centre for craftsmanship.
This illustration is the cover of a winning award book “Biography of a body”, a prestigious prize of best youth literature delivered by The Queen of Spain herself.
Typographer and Calligrapher Alán Guzmán was comissioned by Empire Magazine to create a typographic headline for their feature on the the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie.
Twice upon a Time - making a tale as old as time feel fresh is no easy task. How Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast re-animated a much loved classic.
Front cover from the forth coming children book "Dottie & her magic scarf". Created initially on paper then finished using Adobe Illustrator and a Wacom tablet.
Cover for Noah's Ark Water Doodle Book.
This water doodle book is a fun-filled activity and coloring book coming complete with a refillable water pen.
Children will be amazed as they paint with the water pen and discover all the details of the illustrations of the Bible stories.
An editorial illustration created for Good Magazine, a New Zealand based print magazine about healthy living and nutrition.
This is the Empress card. It is one of 72 images I created for "The Witches Tarot" by Ellen Dugan.
Interior illustration for story depicting life for Indigenous Children in residential schools.
Cozy Mystery book cover "Pie Hard - A Pie town Mystery"
Author: Kirsten Weiss
Bible for Children
For Popshot's 2oth Issue about a poem titled "The Island".
The artwork for this front cover of Simpson’s Sheep Just Want to Sleep!, by author/illustrator Bruce Arant, is rendered in chalk pastel, conte’ and colored pencil on Canson pastel paper, as are all of the book’s interior illustrations. Published by Peter Pauper Press (2017), the book is a sequel to Simpson’s Sheep Won’t Go to Sleep! (Peter Pauper Press 2013). Lighter toned pastel papers were used for this book, to provide a vibrant, sunny, daytime feel.
Example of 10 portraits commissioned for high end retail store Stanley Korshak. The portraits were for their spring fashion, accessories and product catalogue
Lego Illustration and graphics created for a promotional poster. Created with a combination of Photoshop and Maya.
Book cover in "Daisy Dalrymple" mystery series. Art Deco era style English murder mysteries
Working closely with AD Kelly Hoffschneider, I came up with a mixed media concept for this unique (and gross) story. Using ink splatters, watercolor and Photoshop, we nailed down an effective and fun illustration.
Illustration with an article about the development of artificial gametes, and how it would help people of the same sex to have biological children.
My Portrait of George Harrison for Mojo Magazine's new special - THE BEATLES: THE RED ISSUE.
Portrait of Emma Gonzalez, activist and Douglas High School shooting survivor.
Los Angeles' Angels and Dodgers are going for the win in 2018's baseball season. Will big name players Ohtani and Kershaw lead their teams to victory?
Police Horse Series I-IV, created for Sarratt Studios, Nashville, TN
I was commissioned to illustrate a map to highlight all the great places to explore in Co. Donegal, Ireland. This is the second map that Donegal County Council, Marine Tourism Unit, has asked me to illustrate, following the success of the first map I illustrated for them. Hand drawn and then digitally rendered, this maritime map has proved extremely popular with tourists and local visitors alike.
Illustration on a large-format audio absorber 79 x 47 inches (200 x 120 cm) for a new office at Almi – business support for entrepreneur.
Full page illustration to go along an article about cult San Francisco punk band the Mummies.
Illustrations for limited edition bottle for Travel Retail from Absolut Vodka
(bottle design, packaging illustration, alcohol, spirits, vector, graphic design, beverage,
Packaging illustrations for So Delicious Dairy Free Range
Old Europe's new solar powered neighbours
Graphite portraits for AT&T Corporate headquarters in Dallas
"Lattjo Story Cards", developed for IKEA by DreamWorks Animation, features 20 wordless story cards with a variety of characters and settings as a fun way of engaging children in personal and unique story telling.
The print and OOH campaign visuals for the Toyota Safety Sense campaign
THE SECRET TO THEIR AIR CUSHION SOLE.
A humorous illustration for an article in the March-April 2018 issue of Harvard Magazine by Sophia Nguyen entitled “Of Mice and Mating” about a research piece on how mice pick their mates.
The famous story of the king of Itaca, Odysseus, seen from the point of view of his faithful dog, Argo.
A perfect introduction to world geography for children 5+ years old
Thermoplastic Material Selection: A Practical Guide, Cartoon, humorous, Disney, Mickey Mouse, Snow White, 7 Dwarfs, Seven Dwarfs, rejects, funny, satire,
I was asked to create my version of a Queen of Hearts card, for the project Queen Rules.
The Goofus & Gallant comic strip features two contrasting boys, In each cartoon, it is shown how each boy would respond to the same situation. Goofus chooses an irresponsible and immature path, while Gallant chooses a responsible, mature and kind path.
There were some in Detroit that wanted a RoboCop statue. What I did was to build the image using a 3D program (Cinema 4D). Afterwards, I used Photoshop quite a bit to render this into a more organic.
Inspiration mural for the creative meeting room at KFC headquarters.
Fox, monochromatic, brown, animal, round, small
This is The Skinny magazine cover artwork for December 2017, issue 147
Mike Tofanelli's recent Must List illustration for Entertainment Weekly features the hit podcast duo "2 Dope Queens". The art coincides with the debut of their four part comedy special on HBO.
Illustration for Grand Canyon ABC book. L is for Lizard. Vector illustration of Grand Canyon Collared Lizard.
Cover for "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Usborne English Readers, from the play by William Shakespeare
The Folio Book of Food and Drink is an anthology of culinary delights, stimulating appetites with literary extracts and the cover have been done by our CIA artist Alice Patullo. The book is competing for the V&A illustration Awards 2018.
Illustration in "What would she do?" by Kay Woodward.
Meet 25 of the most powerful and inspirational women of all time. From historical world leaders to modern pioneers and international muses, these are the incredible life stories of women from around the world to inspire and empower. Created by an all-women team and illustrated by internationally renowned artists, What Would She Do? packs a feminist punch.
Book cover for Hot Key Books written by Gennifer Choldenko
Book cover art for political thriller by Steve Martini.
After the Harvey Weinstein scandal, many other industries have decided to speak out about allegations of sexual harassment and abuse of power. It’s the turn of the Royal Academy of Dance to speak some hard truths and open up the floor to discussion. They denounce in their magazine “Dance Gazette” stories of abuse and denial in the realm of classical ballet. Accompanying these hard to hear tales, are the powerful illustrations by Deanna Halsall whose approach is both sensitive and impacting.
Illustrations and design for children's book cover
Illustrations for a new platform that connects authors and publishers with editors, designers, and marketers.
A book review of Hideo Yokoyama's crime novel Six Four for Der Spiegel
Illustration for the Financial Times Weekend, for the review of Curtis Sittenfeld’s "You think it, I'll say it"
1 of 4 seasonal illustrations for an activity book showing the plants and animals found along the Nez Perce National Historic Trail.
Annabelle was commissioned by Cartier to create a series of illustrations on diverse financial topics. The illustrations were used in a newspaper article and on the institution's website.
Part of a series of illustrations for Shortlist Magazine in the UK. Titled ' A man's guide to performing under pressure' a look at how different men cope, including a surgeon, escapologist, rally co-driver and a Britain's Got Talent contestant.
The BOOM team was commissioned by Lipton to create a CGI campaign for their product.
A compilation album cover for EMI London created in paper.
A 30"X100" mural made as a vinyl wrap for the city of Beaverton.
An editorial piece on illustrators’ homeland girls. Whooli's hometown is Yilan, a countryside on northeast Taiwan. The delicately painted illustration features Yilan’s local fruits and well-known orchids in this area. A truly charming insight into Whooli's world.
Commission for Google Doodle
Editorial illustration for the San Francisco Traveler's (magazine) family spread. Also illustrated other spot illustrations.
Created for the &Klevering SS18 Collection.
Packaging for Me and Me beauty products
Baby Touch and Feel book
3D illustration of a new space age material for Applied Materials Magazine.
Onstage poster for local production of "Shakespeare in Hollywood"
Every single artwork starts with the illustrator thinking about what to illustrate. Curiously, in this case, the final artwork depicts the own illustrator asking for a bit of silence while trying to find out what to illustrate. This is SHUSH! A piece about sound and ideas, commissioned by Idea Sonora, my favorite sound recording studio. A large scale mural, tees, postcards, stickers,… A funny whole collection of onomatopoeic stuff.
Fineman PR Food and Wine print advertisement.
Mercedes deBellard, represented by Folio Art, created this portrait illustration for Cinemanía magazine.
Owen Davey, represented by Folio Art, explores the topic of permaculture in his lush vision of the future for The Parisianer.
Ana Seixas was invited by Pato Lógico to illustrate A Minha Cidade é um Livro by José Fanha for EMEL and Câmara Municipal de Lisboa. The title was part of a series of books aimed at engaging the new generation of Lisbon to build a city of the future. Ana’s idiosyncratic style was the perfect choice for the project, as her colourful graphic artworks appeal to readers of all ages.
Anti-cyber bullying animation
Modern color and style were utilized for advertising literature. Images include application of intranasal vaccine; antibody locations in mucosal, systemic and cellular systems; FluMist® Quadrivalent Virus versus traditional flu virus; live attenuated vaccine; and traditional inactivated flu vaccine.
Package illustration for Lindt Chocolate Box at the 75th Golden Globe awards Gala. Concept by Sr Designer Kevin Richard, illustration style based on Vintage Vogue illustrations of Karen Lorena Parker
Illustrations for Citadelle spain. Recreating famous characters from the sea.
Illustration for a tale
Cristina Guitian recently illustrated Tufts University's guide to their admissions process. Cristina picked out key pieces of advice from the article and brought them to life with her wonderful hand drawn typography.
Set of illustrations to be included in the new rebrand of London based tailoring shop Susannah Hall Tailors. The fashion editorial illustrations depict the range of tailoring that Susannah Hall provides.
Big thanks as always to Susannah and Jessica with this project.
Officially licensed print. poster, princess, eighties, tv, children, retro, hero, feminism, glamour, fantasy, 80s, cartoon, unicorn, princess, female,
Seasonal Facebook for the Society of children's book Writers and Illustrators (Central and South Ohio)
Breakdown of my process creating this exclusive artwork for Star Wars Celebration, "I'm no one"
1. Rough sketch
2. Greyscale comp stage approved by Disney / Lucasfilm
3. Final artwork as published.
January 2018 Issue of Hour Detroit. Illustration for article "This New Technology May Allow Researchers to 'Edit' Our Genes" by Irene Wolff. AD: Carolyn Watson
New Edition of the Classic Board Game.
Napoleonic Battle theme. We were commissioned to produce the artwork for this entire project which included Pack, Gameboard, Screens and instructions
Acrylic on canvas painting by Joel Naprstek.
Done for a book, Portraits of 100 famous and important "makers" of America. I did 4-5 of the 100 portraits. All originals are in the corporate collection.
Captain Marvel featured at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Marvel character.
Lifestyle illustration for Nike Air Max
In 2015 a friend commissioned me to create three portraits of herself in three different guises. This is her 'party' persona.
I used reference photographs to put together an outfit, and to portray her in this stance, and I used several more close-up photographs to get an accurate portrayal of her face.
The Guardian asked Ana Seixas to illustrate their recent article on the gender pay gap. Ana’s conceptual illustrations highlighted just how big the difference in pay is between men and women in most UK firms. Her vibrant, graphic style was the perfect choice for the article.
A story about a selfish crocodile who gets tooth ache and is helped by a mouse, the crocodile then changes and becomes thought full to the other animals. The first picture book I illustrated and most enjoyable. It has become a modern classic. Written by Faustin Charles.
We love Hennie Haworth's artworks for Ahlens Skonhet. The Swedish lifestyle magazine asked Hennie to illustrate the essential products for the perfect skincare routine. The charming naivety of her style worked beautifully for the project.
Colorful editorial vector illustration for article about the future of Bitcoin.
Movie poster (teaser for Cannes Festival) Traditional art
Illustrations of lemongrass/mint, orange and and coconut for new soda packaging. Steve Jarvis art directed the illustrations and designed the labels and package. Artwork was created in Illustrator.
Vari Telleria was thrilled to work with the design team at You & Your Wedding on another fabulous commission. Vari illustrated the magazine’s article on the possible pitfalls of parents getting involved in wedding planning. Vari’s subtle humour was the perfect choice for this delicate subject matter, her collage of modern and retro imagery really brought the article to life.
To draw the portraits of Louboutin clients, using Christian Louboutin products. This was a beauty event situated in Selfridges, Exchange Square Manchester and each client that bought products would have their portrait illustrated.
This was a commission for the launch of Property Spot Real Estate Agency. It was for an online game, where clients had to find the spot logos within the illustration.
Peter Greenwood was asked by Apple to create a piece for their new App Store. For the featured topic 'Gaming off the Board', we see a playfully surreal approach to this growing trend of digital boardgames.
""We commissioned Irish illustrator, Peter Donnelly, to capture the spirit of each flavour through a whimsical illustration that features various Irish landscapes along with a representation of the ingredients in the crisps," said Tim Leahy, Creative Director at Brandpoint. "We chose a bold and beautiful colour palette to ensure product differentiation amongst the range and competitors."
Read more: https://www.dexigner.com/news/30459
An illustration for the "Ask Smithsonian" column in the November 2017 issue of the magazine, which illustrates the question: "Why do so many train stations have the same few names? Washington, D. C., Chicago and Los Angeles have Union Stations; Baltimore, NYC, and Newark have Penn Stations."
John Holcroft for Ambition Magazine. The artwork accompanies an article about entrepreneurs within companies whose job it is to move the company forward instead of stagnating.
I was commissioned by the screenwriter to redesign the key art for the Amazon re-issue for the film American Fork.
Promotional illustration for ThunderPowered Solutions, a provider of hardware and software for digital creatives.
Children´s book about the journey of artist Sonia Delaunay and her son Charles through her colorful world of shapes, sounds and tastes.
1 of 10 illustrations for an article on past legends and upcoming stars of the MLB.
A book cover for a Dutch publisher. They paid for the rights to use one of my cartoons
Illustration of the section Lifestyle for -M- Le Mag
Sam Peet was commissioned to produce this lovely piece of character design illustration by Culture Trip depicting American Football's arrival in London
This is a Mandevilla flower one of four images of plants and flowers to advertise for the spring growing season for Kaw Valley Greenhouses.
A full color spot illustration for editorial use
in Philosophy Now Magazine Issue #123 for November.
Hannah George worked with OUP to create the fantastic My New Brother as part of the Oxford Reading Tree Story Sparks series. This wonderful story is one of six titles at Oxford Level 1 and is a wordless picture book, which engages the reader through Hannah’s illustrations alone. Designed to help little ones adjust to a new member of the family, Hannah’s charming characters are just perfect for this title.
Cover of book by Bryant Johnson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's personal trainer.
Micheal Arnold was commissioned to produce two packaging designs for Haagen Dazs as part of their re-branding in the UK.
Jordon Cheung was commissioned by VSA Partners to create this limited edition poster celebrating 20 years of their partnership. The poster was released as a limited edition printed on best quality stock with spot varnish, and embossed gold leaf ink
Hired to work on a crazy, fun, 80's inspired action comedy movie poster, filled with explosions and the cast of assassins for Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest film from the mind of SNL's Taran Killam
I was asked to create a character for this beer label and had some influence in colour choice and final design.
Commissioned by art director Scott Seymour, this piece was used for an article about free speech issues facing colleges and universities after Charlottesville.
This illustration was done for the print and online "Driving Range" section of the magazine on post holiday retreats.
Created for Rutgers University's anniversary issue's cover story, reflecting the changing body of students that have passed through a great institution over it's history. We thought a literal parade of changing faces would suit the concept nicely.
Three illustrations commissioned by Art Director Wesley Bausmith for the Food & Dining section. The article titles are "Test Kitchen", "Culinary Carpetbaggers" and Stay at Home Dad."
Front Cover Illustration for debut novel by McKelle George published September 2017.
Set in the swinging 20's a sparkling retelling of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
Editorial The Telegraph, Stella Magazine
Illustration commissioned for the Spring edition of the Park Slope Reader, a quarterly print and online publication.
6 illustrations for a short chapter on animals that live in the world's most extreme conditions.
Explanation infographic showing how the "Zephyr high altitude drone" operates in different scenarios
Hand drawn illustrator created a portrait of Bill Clinton for their interview - The Exchange - on the Opioid Crisis in America
Hand drawn illustrator Joseph Vass created this colourful map of Brixton for the Goose Island Brewing Company. The artwork includes iconic landmarks around Brixton like Electric Avenue and The Brixton Academy. The work was used on trade packs, screen prints in and around Brixton bars, a colouring in map, and limited edition goose island glasses.
Illustrator Neil Stevens was commissioned by Ink Publishing for their Qatar Airways Oryx Magazine. Neil created a series of infographics on interesting facts about Doha such as the 1st iPhone vending machine in the middle east is in Doha's Gate Mall.
Fashion illustrator Ewelina Dymek was commissioned by Conde Nast & Phyto, to create a series of illustrations of their beauty products.
Packaging Eau De Cologne
An illustration for an elementary school textbook about weather suddenly becomes of interest to all of us living near water.
Illustration depicting the various hunting dog breeds ~ Watercolor
The third book in the fabulous Unicorn Academy series was published by Nosy Crow last week featuring more wonderful illustrations by Lucy Truman. Lucy’s sparkling cover and beautiful inside illustrations have really brought this magical tale, written by Julie Sykes, to life.
A floor-to-ceiling wall mural for the new Visitor Centre in the Nene Valley, UK. It is one of five murals that I illustrated for the UK's first green shopping complex at Rushden Lakes.
Shona created this illustration as a promotional poster for the independent Charlie Byrne's Bookshop in Galway, with the idea to show the bookshop as a cultural hub, and to encapsulate a sense of Galway using elements of its physical landscape, rich cultural heritage and festive atmosphere.
The story is about the way that studios believe that movies are
increasingly living and dying (mostly dying) based on Rotten Tomatoes
The movie Casablanca and Humphrey Bogart were in mind as Robert developed the image, note the palm fronds in the arch!
The look of the poster came from Robert’s memories of old detective pulp fiction book covers. There is a bit of mystery minus the danger.
A selection of illustrations to promote the Artisan Crest Nicholson housing development in Hove, near Brighton, including a colourful map and aerial view.
VCCP commissioned Gary Redford to illustrate the latest ad in their campaign for Transport for London. Gary's contemporary graphic style was the perfect choice for the print campaign, announcing the arrival of Santander Cycles and docking stations in Brixton.
We love Natalia Zaratiegui's cover illustration for El detective del Ferrocarril written by Victor L. Whitechurch and published by Ardicia. Working with various themes from the book, Natalia has created a conceptual artwork in her signature style.
Editorial for Skin Deep Story - online now and will appear in print this Thursday in the Style section
Artwork depicting the myths and legends associated with the Tour De France.
Tim Wesson was delighted to work on Spy Toys: Undercover, the third book in the incredible action packed series written by Mark Powers. Tim once again worked with the design team at Bloomsbury to create hilarious inside illustrations and a striking cover for this adventure filled story. Described as ‘Toy Story meets James Bond', Tim’s fantastic illustrations bring Mark’s comic text to life.
Vaughan was commissioned to create cover and text illustrations for an underwater adventure for children, featuring an erupting volcano, futuristic submarines and unique rescue team of twins.
Illustrator Iain Macarthur worked with Pepsi to create the incredible artwork surrounding, English rising star and two-time Young Player of the Year, Dele Alli's Pepsi packaging. Pepsi explain the concept:
Dele x Danny Clinch x Iain Macarthur : With Dele’s high sense for fashion, shapes and patterns create movement with all things flowing to Dele, conveying his unpredictable, yet masterful and daring personality and play style.
Illustrator Carla Lucena was commissioned by BBH to create a series of 3 illustrations for British Airways' launch of their new Gatwick to Lima direct flights. The beautiful campaign featured across press, digital and internal communications for a limited time. The illustrations will feature on a limited edition i360 ticket for the BA Brighton Eye.
Illustrator R Fresson created this vintage style illustration for the March issue of Esquire Magazine. The article was titled 'On your toes' and gives tips on running at your best.
An illustration for the Refinery 29
Graphic facilitation responding to a lecture on the future of travel.
#education #information #travel
Official poster created for the launch of Far Cry 5
A book cover commissioned for YA literature title for Harper Collins
A packaging project to create 6 identities for a new beer range by Samuel Adams brewery - including Boston Ale, Octoberfest, Irish Red and Cream Stout. The packaging included six packs and bottle labels.
The work focused on creating the main illustration and cover for the book: For the God’s of Girsu, made in collaboration with the Lead Archaeologist of Iraq Emergency Heritage Management Programme of the British Museum
The bank creates a client magazine that focuses on one topic twice a year. Their topic was “to be" and their article focused on the theme “corporate identity".
Kolby Wade is a New York City based music producer and recording artist with a unique style that unites live drums with vintage keyboards and electronic beats. He is the rhythmic counterpart to the production duo Will Phåråoh from Sing Engine Records. His other collaborations have included Brooklyn based bands Ladycop, Freak Owls, and Tulsa music producer Mark Kuykendall of The New Honey Shade.
Starry Skies, is a wonderful guide to the sky at night, illustrated by Nila Aye, written by Samantha Chagollan and published by Walter Foster Jr. In Nila’s brilliant illustrations, you can see the shapes of each constellation, and imagine what they might look like when you look up into the dark sky above. This wonderful introduction to astronomy is all you need to start learning about the stars.
Harper Collins asked Hannah George to create a feel good artwork for the cover of Sunshine at the Comfort Food Café by Debbie Johnson. Hannah's whimsical style and sunny colour palette were the perfect choice for the project.
Lucy Truman has produced another fabulous cover for the Larkford Series, written by Penny Parkes and published by Simon & Schuster. Lucy worked with warm summery colours to capture all the fun of an English summer fair in this gorgeous illustration.
Mark Boardman worked with the team at Edelman DC on their fantastic campaign Drive Change. Drive Electric. Mark's bright, graphic artworks worked perfectly for the campaign which was recently launched at the New York International Auto Show.
The mural was commissioned by the NHS (East London Foundation Trust) for the Mental Health Centre in Newham. It was designed and created with the help of local NHS users, carers, and volunteers. It’s a vision of quality improvement on the Greenway, a raised footpath and cycleway that cuts right through the heart of urban Newham.
Banner illustration series created for Waze blog "The Compass" for an article titled: "Memorial Day Campaign Strategy".
Series of photorealistic illustrations for a new Chef Sauce range
Over the past few weeks Ben Scruton has been delighted to illustrate the romantic exploits of 79 year old William for The Sunday Times Magazine. Ben’s style was the perfect choice for the column, which shows it’s never too late to have some fun. Ben’s characterisation skills and gentle humour were put to great use for the project.
Poster commemorating opening section of light rail for the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority
Animation artwork for a short in the Nat Geo Kids series Weird but True
A map produced as part of a larger product to promote a new housing development in the Cotswolds
Gavin Reece created this rugged old rocker for Imbibe magazine's full page feature titled Bevvy Metal. Gavin's graphic novel style was the perfect fit to bring this gritty biker to life.
We are thrilled to share Carrie May's debut picture book Dreamweaver written by bestselling author Claire Freedman and published by Templar. Carrie's beautiful artworks are filled with enchanting details and loveable characters, making this a truly magical bedtime story.
As the eyes of the world will be on the streets of Windsor this weekend, the Radio Times asked Carrie May to illustrate a guide to the days festivities. Carrie’s artwork has captured the charm of the historic market town and highlighted the key locations for the big day with her beautiful hand drawn typography.
Ben Scruton loved working on Grandpa’s Goalscarers, a fantastic graphic novel for the middle grade market. Written by Tony Lee and published by Franklin Watts, the story follows football mad Ollie. When his own football boots wear out he starts to use his dead Grandpa's boots, which magically fit. Suddenly, Ollie is playing better than ever, helped by his Grandpa's ghost! Grandpa and Ollie get up to some mischief in this brilliant tale, which Ben has captured in his comic style.
Purrmaids: Seasick Sea Horse is due for release in February featuring another magical cover by Andrew Farley. Andrew has brought the fabulous Purrmaids to life in his inimitable style, creating a fabulous artwork for this wonderful series.
This illustration was created for the New Internationalist Magazine - it accompanied an article on companies pushing Ed Tech into the classroom.
Rich Wake was thrilled to work with Intermarketing to produce this wonderful colouring in book for the NSPCC. Designed to encourage children and adults to play together, his illustrations are packed full of fun, appealing to all ages.
Garry Walton created this fabulous pastiche of a mid-century postcard for Stylist's feature on up and coming creative hubs. Following on from his collaboration with the magazine for their Suffragette issue earlier in the year, Garry was delighted to work with the Stylist team again.
We love this beautiful cover Robyn Neild produced for Letters to my Daughters written by Emma Hannigan. Robyn worked with the design team at Headline to create an evocative artwork for this emotional tale. Robyn’s expressive style was the perfect choice for the project.
Papercut artist Sarah Dennis recently worked with Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital on a very special project. Sarah produced a seek and find activity sheet and a beautiful picture book to entertain and reassure children, whilst visiting the hospital. Both the worksheet and the picture book, 'Follow The Fishes', written by Joanna Bennett are filled with lovely intricate details.
I have been approached by Brad&K Rome to create a special version of the main character of the new movie Black Panther for Marvel. The illustration has been shared on various social media channels to promote the movie.
interior book illustration for "Bessie's Story"
My latest kids books Hits the shelves next month!!
I did the illustrations for a wonderful book about the spirit of Aloha and the days of the week. The book teaches children about sharing and caring for each other, and it includes a delicious Portuguese Bean Soup recipe!
A four-part true crime series featuring 10 film-noir inspired illustrations for The Guardian. Commissioned by Guardian Labs US and paid for by BOSCH and Amazon. Following the story of a 35 year old cold case in California, the advent of forensic technologies, interrogating suspects and the reality of life as a homicide detective. MediaPost’s OMMA Awards 2016 - The Guardian Labs US wins in the Best Illustration category for this true crime series, ‘How to Solve a Murder’.
Business are using AI more and more for their creative work
Visual identity for the latest Beatnikz Republic key only brew. See my folio for full lineup of brews
Cover illustration for BBC Science Focus magazine for a feature about how we'll upgrade our bodies to colonise the cosmos.
Paul Boston was commissioned by Batsford to illustrate How to Think Like a Coder written by Jim Christian. Paul produced a series of artworks for this back-to-basics guide on coding for absolute beginners. Paul’s fun illustrations help the reader to practise key skills such as critical thinking, creativity, logic and problem-solving, his playful illustration style makes learning easy and fun.
Alice Stevenson recently collaborated with writing charity, First Story to create this stunning cover for their anthology Spilt Ink. Alice’s combination of hand crafted typography and playful illustration have created a fantastic cover for this collection of uplifting stories from the students of Feversham College.
Meet Freddy, the clone of the future. Follow him from birth, and rebirth, and rebirth, through the ins and outs of his day to day life. As a cog spinning wildly inside the universes largest and only corporate entity. Watch him land himself in crippling debt, take death-defying showers, eat bacterial waste or even find himself marooned on an alien world all for the sake of compound interest rates!!
Custom illustration and design for Tallgrass Brewing Company to promote a beer tasting event held at Sunset Zoo in Manhattan, Kansas. Proceeds from the event were donated to the zoo's Hyena exhibit, so they wanted something fun featuring a hyena as well as beer. The graphics were used on t-shirts, posters, and keepsake glassware.
Brief: To create 9 original 'illuminated'-style letters for each play of the Season based upon the themes of each play and incorporating a letter from the name of the play. Also one other 'illuminated' style letter was created for 'The Word is God' (the name & theme of the Season) which incorporated elements from all 9 plays.
Completed in traditional method: inked by hand with a calligraphic nib & black ink on water colour paper. Colour added digitally afterwards.
Visual for the Thomson Reuters Elite, VANTAGE Worldwide User Conference for education and networking. Growth from seed to tree.
Molly’s Magic Wardrobe, illustrated by Garry Parsons, is out today! Garry worked with authors Adam and Charlotte Guillain on this magical adventure story, which follows Molly as she discovers an enchanted dressing-up wardrobe full of costumes in her Granny's house. Garry’s illustrations have created a fantastic, sparkly world; the first in this charming picture book series.
Portrays a corporate partner as a vintage Tour de France racer
AND a WINNER! - Applied Arts 2016 Photography & Illustration Award for portrait illustration -
This was a submission that was accepted by the American Cancer Society for a greeting card. It was printed on about ~2000 cards.
A picture book following Poppy Dog as he takes his grandkids to their first New York Yankees baseball game and they learn all about the team.
Map of the sights and attractions of O’Keeffe’s New Mexico. From the Museum in Santa Fe to Taos Pueblo, from her home and studio in Abiquiu to the Black Place in northwestern New Mexico, take this functional tote with you as you road-trip across the Southwest.
Series of collage illustrations created for a children's rhyming book about tails and tales.
Illustration for Canadian national newspaper The Globe and Mail, for an article by Hope Smith about being left-handed and creativity — and her nifty party trick, which is the ability to write backwards (like Leonardo da Vinci used to do).
Hand Lettered and fun is what they asked for.
Book cover done for Anne Odom for her novel 'I'll Go to Texas: The Cherokee Years'. Pencil/Painter/Photoshop. I also did the graphic design and titles.
One of a few Illustrations for a book that takes a look at some of the darker themes of some well known fairytales.
owyouknowabout...make small educational films for 8-12yo about famous folk in history, to encourage further interest. It was a welcome chance to get back to watercolour & historical settings after a couple of years spent working on bright shiny digital projects.
Creative Director Cheryl Lambert of H.O. Zimman, Inc. found an illustration of a Mount Rushmore postcard I did a while ago and contacted me to do this piece using iconic baseball players replacing the presidents. It was an interesting assignment. I also sold a few prints of the art without the typography.
Embryological & fetal development illustration series beginning at 6 weeks of gestational age & progressing through to final 40th week of pregnancy. At each week a size comparison is offered to a commonly seen fruit or vegetable, to better understand the size of the unseen baby. Illustrations were prepared for the Lamaze Website as a tool for pregnant mothers for health promotion during pregnancy. I've subsequently prepared an animation which is viewable on my Website with in-depth information.
Chapter book cover illustration and design for Dusty the Dustball and Family-The Adventure Begins.
This illustration promoted a new advance in internal software for Terros Health employees. They were all meant to feel super with the help of a new technology.
Illustration for PomPom Quarterly Magazine Winter 2017 issue to accompany editorial article "There's More Than One Way To Knit A Hat" written by Anna Maltz
Under the company Uccellino I designed these Guide Birds. In collaboration with Uncommon Goods I licensed them in a unique form from the original version.
Editorial illustration, Women's Health magazine: how to tell if a wellness coach is legit (AD: Christine Giordano)
This illustration work was made for an article about relationships through internet.
Emerald city is a movie that Irish author/filmaker Collin Broderick https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Broderick made and is about to be in some film festivals. It has been getting some very nice reviews and i was hired to come up with an image for this movie about Irish construction workers living and working in New York facing their daily ups and downs.
The image pays homage to the famous vintage photo of construction workers taking lunch high above New York skyline.
Harlequin & Columbina Ballet Dancers in love, graced by Trumpeter Swans. Ballet dancer character development, tutu costume design and typography for Big Top Ballet Inc. art licensing.