Saturday, December 26, 2009
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See Ian Naylor's new work http://www.illustrationweb.com/IanNaylor
See Sholto Walker's new work http://www.illustrationweb.com/SholtoWalker
See Anne Wilson Kids new work http://www.illustrationweb.com/AnneWilsonKids
See Talya Baldwin's new work http://www.illustrationweb.com/TalyaBaldwin
See Madamesange, new work http://www.illustrationweb.com/Madamesange
See Alexandra Ball's new work http://www.illustrationweb.com/AlexandraBall
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Concerning old words which are rarely used, the book follows a Lost English Rediscovered theme, and is published by Michael O’Mara Books.
Comprising two posters and a collection envelope, the packs are distributed to primary and secondary schools in the UK. The stunning poster photography is by Marcella Haddad.
And the good news continues for Ruth, she has just won first prize for her Aruba Posters in the Design Ad Campaign category of the Altpicks Awards. Fantastic!
Based in Melbourne, and working predominantly in colour pencil, graphite and pastel, Bec’s delicate portraits are reminiscent of vintage postcards with a hint of George Tooker on a happy day.
Explains Jamel: “Chalk pastels worked well in getting over that dusky light and the softness of the snow... and got me in the mood for Christmas early!”
For this, their 300th Anniversary Edition, Tatler commissioned Emma to created a replica of New/Old Bond Street for 17 jewellers on the famous street. Each jeweller had a replica of the shop front, complete with gorgeous jewellery displays.
For this new edition, Rosie has added 22 cultivars to the original set. Each new cultivar features two painted views of the fruit, as well as the leaves, blossom and a cross-section.
Miss Led was requested to cover as much wall space as possible, across 3 floors, adjoining corridors, walls, stairs and doors to include changing rooms. All in just 2 weeks! Plans are set for a return to the site for some live window painting next month.
Sunday, December 6, 2009
Check out Ben Tallon’s new work on E4’s trailer for the new series of Skins.
Working closely with directors at Channel 4, and animation experts Mike Moloney studios, Ben provided all the illustrations and type right from the original pencil skeleton through to the final illustration. See the trailer here http://www.e4.com/video/nkdUYA3aBIWNo9r8DRDfcw/play.e4