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17 Sep 2014 - Tom Ashton-Booth / Guardian Weekend

You may have seen Tom Ashton-Booth’s latest larger than life creations in the Guardian Weekend magazine this Saturday encasing journalist, writer and broadcaster Sali Hughes. Photographed by Perou, Tom’s monumental cosmetic products featured alongside ‘Adventures in the Skin Trade’ article. From small, detailed paper-crafted spot illustrations to towering wooden props, it seems the sky really is the limit for this Agency Rush artist. To see more from his imaginative portfolio click here.

12 Sep 2014 - Séverin Millet / Fubon Art Foundation

Working alongside the Fubon Art Foundation, Séverin Millet’s latest set of extraordinary characters have been brought to life in the form of 13ft high sculptures. Created in a variety of designs and each with their own personality, ‘The Composites’ characters are currently being exhibited in the Fubon Life Building Plaza as part of the ‘Very Fun Park’ exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan. This isn’t the last you’ll see from them though as they will be popping up in other venues throughout Taiwan so watch this space! To see more photos of these curious characters head to our Facebook page. 

4 Sep 2014 - Billie Jean / BA Business Life

Heading into September at full throttle, master of the biro, Billie Jean has created a playground for car-lovers everywhere with his latest cover illustration for ‘BA Business Life’ magazine. Commissioned by Cedar, Billie Jean cleverly plays off the photographed elements and integrates them into his illustrations. In addition to this cover there’s also another ten monochrome illustrations created for the ‘I Want A New Car’ feature in the magazine. To see the project in full click here.

2 Sep 2014 - Billie Jean / Hardcourt Exhibition

This week an exhibition and silent auction of bike polo wheel covers with work from Billie Jean and other London based creatives will open in East London at Look Mum No Hands! Opening on the 4th September the exhibition runs for a month with all auction proceeds donated to Re-Cycle, a charity which sends bicylces out to Africa. For more information you can visit the exhibition Facebook page by clicking here.