Over the summer, we’ve been communicating with several artists regarding representation and are proud to announce that we are now the artist representatives for Manuel Bortoletti, Laurie Greasley, Bartosz Kosowski and Dmitry Ligay. Manuel Bortoletti is an award-winning infographic designer, seamlessly blending technical information, data visualisation and illustration. His clean and rational work is accompanied by attention to aesthetics and colour combinations, following his belief that a high standard of visual attractiveness draws in the viewer and motivates their understanding of data. You can see more of his work on his Début Art portfolio here: https://www.debutart.com/artist/manuel-bortoletti Launching his professional illustrator career in 2014, Laurie Greasley has already made great strides, collaborating on a wide variety of projects from comics to concept designs for film. His work is heavily influence by science, technology and science fiction, his creative imagination captivated...
Andrew worked together with Art Advisory to create the story, give creative direction and supply the artwork for The Venetian’s new restaurant ‘Hiro’. Andrew created a written story for the main character Hiro and four additional characters. This was then used as the foundation to tell the story of the restaurant and it’s roots. Andrew took the narrative and transformed it into an 18.5m x 2.25m (60ft x 7ft) layered installation which was also animated and implemented into the digital ordering design. You can see more of Andrew’s work on his Début Art portfolio here
In these uncertain times, one thing is certain— our artists are creating brilliant work around and about the pandemic, whether it be in their personal time or for clients. Whether it be thoughtful, conceptual pieces like Vilius Vizgaudis’ personal work about social distancing, or bold, graphic, editorial illustrations like Patrick George’s recent work highlighting everyday heroes for Supermarket News, one thing we know for sure is that our artists are thinking about the pandemic and creating insightful, meaningful work through it. They are finding beauty in the madness or bringing comfort and warmth during these strange times. While Vilius’ work is all about the small details, with a focus on architecture and the surreal, Patrick’s work is powerful in it’s simplicity. He takes a conceptual idea and turns it into a graphic moment that his audience immediately understands. On the more informative and educational end of the spectrum, some fantastic work has been created by artists Bloodbros...
Max was commissioned by Jägermeister.de and Here Design in London to create imagery for a Jägermeister #SaveTheNight limited edition bottle. The initiative is helping to raise funds to support the nightlife community which has been hard hit by coronavirus. Product photography by Here Design. Max collaborated with Here Design to reinterpret Jägermeister's iconic label and bottle packaging for Jägermeister's new campaign, #SaveTheNight
Congratulations to the three Début Art represented artists whose works have been longlisted and shortlisted for the 2020 World Illustration Awards. The projects selected (and displayed above) are: Bartosz Kosowski's 'Spatial Compositions', Peter Strain's 'The Lighthouse', Lisa Sheehan's 'Hit the Off Switch' and a further piece by Bartosz 'Eraserhead'.
In 2020 English Heritage is exploring how England and the English have been shaped by geography, climate, language and the coming together of different people and cultures over time. English Heritage is collaborating with Alan Kitching on the design of the project. Alan is one of the world’s foremost practitioners of letterpress typographic design and printmaking, and you’ll find his vibrant artwork on English Heritage's range of Voices of England products, as well as in the Handbook and the Members’ Magazine. Watch English Heritage's film ‘Alan Kitching – Man of letters’. The image at the top of this page is the artwork created for the front cover of English Heritage's Members Handbook, the image at centre on this page is a bookmark for use in the Handbook and the image immediately above is a typographic illustration for English Heritage's magazine.
Workbook is one of the world’s premiere client-illustrator sourcing channels. We were thrilled when Workbook, with all its specialist knowledge and experience, selected Andrew’s image for the cover of the current issue of Workbook Illustration I Animation I Design. More of Andrew’s work can be viewed at https://www.debutart.com/artist/andrew-archer
We are pleased to announce that both Max Loeffler and Justin Metz appeared on the New York Times' opinion piece 'The Best of Illustration 2019', showcasing "the most memorable illustrations of the year and the work we're looking forward to in 2020". The whole article can be read here.
We are now delighted to present internationally acclaimed illustrator Dániel Taylor's portfolio. From Budapest, Hungary, Dániel has been a full-time practising illustrator since 2015. With Surrealism at the core, his work ranges from black & white to full colour. Previous clients include Adobe, Playboy, Marvel, Mondo, BrewDog, Metaleap Creative and New Scientist Magazine.
Letterpress artist and printmaker Alan Kitching worked with Kia Motors, Bridge Studios and the Sunday Times to create this typographic poster and short film for the new Kia Xceed. You can see the full video here.
Yann Legendre has been commissioned by the Department of the Region Mayenne to produce 12 illustrations of different sites in the Mayenne Department in France. The illustrations vary from dreamy, metaphorical, surrealistic and historical settings. The pieces will be exhibited throughout cities in France.
Tobias Hall was asked by McMullen, a family brewer since 1827, to rebrand their collection of Heritage Ales. McMullen has long been affectionately known as “Mac’s” and to celebrate this has created a new sub-brand under that name that ties together their three Heritage Ales: Country Best Bitter, East India Pale Ale and the famous AK. Creating a logo suite for the new Mac’s brand as well as individual logos for each of the new heritage ales, and their respective pump clips, Tobias created a range of treatments across the project. By mixing familiarity and the brand’s existing iconography with an injection of personality and refinement, Tobias was able to implement both drawn elements as well as clean letterform design. You can see more of Tobias’s work in his portfolio at https://www.debutart.com/artist/tobias-hall