10.30am
23 May 2017

John LeCarre

With grpahic cinematic flare his style sits firmly in poster art. With bold shading and dynamic imagery Matt Taylor knows how to interpret any narrative, film or title. This piece is from a recent project with Penguin Random House. Matt produced a series of cover artworks for a selection of titles and the upcoming memoir by John leCarre.

 

Art Direction: Paul Buckley, Richard Bravery, Samantha Johnson

 

10.30am
22 May 2017

Snack Pack

Get the full cinema experience with all its tatsy vintage hues and bold graphic shapes with Telegramme's latest poster series.. A playful combination of typography and image creating a delicious snack pack for everyone! Buy yours over here

10.30am
15 May 2017

Paper Made

Prolific portraiture artist Stan Chow has ventured into the fashion realms, extending his illustrations to full bodied and fully clad fashion icons. Commissioned by PaperMade you will find this cool gang advertising on the homepage of the website. 

10.30am
11 May 2017

Bonnie Be Bad!

David De Les Heras has wowed us all in his first commission with CIA For an article in Scotland in Trust. David was asked to subtly depict the Bonnie Prince Charlie and his darker side – domestic abuse, financial problems, infidelity and political shenanigans. With a clever colour palette and an arrogant expression, we think he's done an extremly good job.

10.30am
10 May 2017

Sandcastle Adventures

If you're off on holiday soon in search of blue skies and better times you might spot Julene Harrison's paper cutting style illustrating 93 Days of Summer for 'Southwest' - the inflight magazine for Southwest Airlines. Time to get out the bucket and spade, we're feeling inspired. 

10.30am
8 May 2017

Rich List

Behold Rose Blake's cover illustration for a 16 page supplement inside The Sunday Times Magazine last weekend. The cover portrays an 'alternative rich list' compiled of 40 people (actually 42 as there are two couples) who are driven by something different- so rich from life and what they do for a living as opposed to just rich from money. What an outstanding array of interesting people - nice work Rose!

10.30am
5 May 2017

Swiss Lifestyle

Whooli Chen has once again wowed us with her delicacy and ethereal charm. Swiss magazine Schweizer Famile commissioned a beautiful scene on travelling, featuring a traditional rolling swiss landscape and sweet wheels. It would be hard not to resist booking tickets for this trip. 

10.30am
5 May 2017

Green Goods

The wonderfully raw paint marks of illustrator Aitch sets the tone for the cover of the Green Kitchen cookbook. This latest publication by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl is said to already have a cult following for it's exciting vegetarian recipes. Unfortunately as it sometimes goes in the competative artistic world, the final publish favoured a photography route. Nonetheless, we think this wrap cover deserves to be laid out and shared for you all to sample. 

10.30am
12 April 2017

Forbidden Forest

We can't help but share another delight from Andy Singleton's  project with Pottermore. Our favourite and rather heoric creature, known to some as 'Witherwings' but most as 'Buckbeak'. A charming and passionate hippogriff who lived with Rubeus Hagrid in the School grounds and who was a loyal in defending Harry in battle mutliple times. Andy has created a whole array of paper crafted 3D models if you're as nerdy as we are about the wizzarding world.

10.30am
11 April 2017

Barbican at the Broadway

Our all-singing all-dancing Ed Mcgowan is in full swing at the Barbican, on site and online.  Ed's lively illustration promotes free music, dance and theatre for a new two day family-friendly event curated and led by the Barbican Centre this April.