29 Aug 2014 - Amy Harris / Guardian Study
Once again proving how far paper craft can be pushed, Amy Harris has created this interactive desk illustration for the Guardian Study website landing page. Commissioned by Mohawk London Amy’s illustration has been digitally transformed and features roll-over elements and a real-time clock. Going above and beyond Amy has even created paper and card elements for a life-sized recreation of this piece. The installation which has stayed true to Amy’s colour palette was on show at the CASE conference in Edinburgh earlier this week, showcasing the new Guardian Study platform. To view the project in full click here.
28 Aug 2014 - Margaux Carpentier / Easyjet Magazine
Using her beautiful colour palette and putting her bold use of pattern to play Margaux Carpentier has created this enchanting illustration for the latest issue of Easyjet magazine. Capturing a true sense of Russian culture, Margaux offers a window into the world of Moscow’s hidden bar scene. You’ll see from Margaux’s rich and vibrant portfolio that she’s no stranger when it comes to graphic prints and bold motifs. Take a look for yourself by clicking here to see her full portfolio.
15 Aug 2014 - Joe Snow / New Artist
We have some very exciting news for you folks - we’re very happy to announce that Joe Snow has joined our roster! Joe’s eye-catching and nostalgic style comes from a love of print and 1950’s Americana. You may even recognise Joe’s designs that are splashed across the Ridley’s ‘House of Novelties’ retro games and toys, flying the flag for big kids everywhere! Joe’s already proved that his timeless illustrations work across many platforms and we can’t wait to see what’s next for him. To see his full portfolio click here.
4 Aug 2014 - Sarah Arnett / Libresse
Inspired by nature with bright colours and abstract patterns Sarah Arnett has taken her distinctive designs that would normally be at home on the catwalk in her fashion collection Modern Love and applied them to feminine hygiene company Libresse’s new collection, Period Couture working with Momentum Sweden. Sarah’s exotic designs for the tampon packaging are also being featured on limited edition make-up bags too, squashing the notion that feminine hygiene products can't be as stylish as the women who use them. To see more from Sarah’s portfolio click here.