10.30am
3 July 2018

The Otto

A breeze of summer just landed in the UK and brought with it the joyful work of Aitch working her magic in rebranding a new residential scheme in Hackney. Inspired by the green expanse of Hackney Downs, Aitch’s playful pattern is based on a variety of plants that are indigenous to the area.

Folk Illustrator

11.39am
2 July 2018

Style and Substance

As an agency, we’re often concerned with presenting each of our artists with a singular, distinctive style, however, Mario Wagner proves how an artist can cross boundaries, working in very separate modes, while still retaining a recognisable language and vision. Here Mario plays with space, dimension, architecture and geometry, with each image emanating a feeling of calm and dreamy surrealism despite the vast difference in medium. A real lesson in identity from a visual chameleon.

collage, Mario Wagner, illustration, style

10.30am
29 June 2018

Influencers

Harriet Taylor Seed has illustrated a remarkable series of portraits of the people who have influenced her. From childhood through formative teenage years, into her time at university and through her career. In order of appearance: Coco Chanel, Prince, Zandra Rhodes, Paul Simon, Baz Luhrman’s Romeo + Juliet, Joseph Cornell, RuPaul, Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, David Hockney, Yayoi Kusama, Jarvis Cocker, Celia Birtwell, Tallulah from Bugsy Malone and Eric Carle. 

10.30am
28 June 2018

Free the Galgo

Juan and Alejandro, the talented Brosmind brothers, have used their creativity to fight the heartbreaking story of the racing galgo dogs used for hunting and competition in Spain.  Every year over 50,000 galgos are considered not suitable for hunting and discarded; either abandoned, hanged, drowned, beaten to death or killed in other ways. Brosmind’s bright illustration will be used on bags and t-shirts to help to raise money to save the dogs! 

Vector Illustrators

10.30am
27 June 2018

Wimble-fun

Summer has arrived! It's time to get the Pimms out - Wimbledon is almost upon us and Mark Thomas is serving up a tasty cover piece for The Radio Times. Spot this in the shops now! 

 

10.30am
26 June 2018

Hot Spots

Martin Haake creates charming work in detailed cut away shapes and quirky characters. Soho House has employed his unique aethestic for this gorgeous folky map of New York's hot spots. 

10.30am
25 June 2018

Feel The Squeeze

Tobatron has decked the pages of Which? Travel Magazine with his instructional illustrations depicitng 'that shrinking feeling' you get when travelling on economy flights. This article will give you tips on the best seats in economy class!

 

 

10.30am
20 June 2018

Edge Of The World

He's one of our newer guys - Shan Jiang produced a timelessly stylish cover for 'Journey To The Edge of The World.' Get your hands on this to find a wealth of intrictae landscapes and cultures, illustrated by Shan and ready to be coloured in. 

10.30am
19 June 2018

Vinogradets

Originally from Sweden, Jan Bielecki has decided to put down his roots in London and boy are we happy about that! Known for his character work, dreamy landscapes and scenery, Jan also has a flair for beautiful branding. Here is his print and label design for a small scale wine producer in Bulgaria. 

 

 

10.30am
18 June 2018

Where's Fivey?

Uijung Kim illustrates a playful piece with a hidden mascot 'Fivey". Can you spot him? Illustrated for Scottish Power who are sponsoring Marathons, commissioned by Leith. Great characters and what a celebratory scene!