Oscar was recently commissioned by the iconic New York alt-weekly The Village Voice to create a portrait of Donald Trump, for an article titled "Stop Making Sense", giving advice for writers in the current political landscape. Oscar collaborated closely with them, using Trumps' own words, curated by the Voice's editors, to create this portrait.
We hope you like this unique and timely depiction of the 45th U.S. President on the occasion of his inauguration.
To see more of Oscar's work you can click here to see his portfolio.
Alan Berry Rhys was commissioned to create a series of pinball table glass designs for Pacifico. The final working machines form part of a bar tour in the US to promote Pacifico Clara. You can see more of Alan’s work here
Chris Labrooy was commissioned by Breitling watches to create a series of images to promote their Top Time classics range. Chris’ images form a retro futuristic California road trip with the Shelby Cobra Top Time Watch and were used across social media by Breitling. More of Chris' work can be seen here
Deb JJ Lee was commissioned by BMW to create an illustration to celebrate, show solidarity and reinforce their commitment to diversity over Pride month. The illustration is being used across all of BMW’s social channels through out Pride month. You can see more of Deb's work here
We are pleased to announce that Lisa Sheehan has been featured in the World Illustration Awards 2023 shortlist for two different pieces, 'Carbon Footprint' originally commissioned by Scholastic, and 'Who Wants to Own a Hotel Now?' commissioned by the Financial Times Weekend Magazine. Also included in the World Illustration Awards 2023 Longlist were; 'Return to Legoland' by Bartosz Kosowski, commissioned for a film festival by Argomedia, another piece by Lisa Sheehan, 'Blood Sport' -a cover illustration for Mother Jones magazine, 'Reisefieber', a self-initiated piece by Marcin Wolski, and 'Shanghai Under Lockdown' by Xinmei Liu, commissioned by The New York Times.