Check out the state of James Taylor's floor. He's been busy working on a series of new prints for this years Show Below in Brighton. If your in Brighton this weekend go down and have a look. The show runs from Saturday 2nd May to Monday 4th May at theBrighton Media Centre.Some of James recent work can be seen here and here.
We are very proud to show you Barbara Hulanicki for Topshop. A project we have been working with Barbara Hulanicki and Topshop on for near on 7 months now. Topshop is renowned for working with style heroes of the past, present and future, and today marks the 'oldest' youngest collaboration yet, in it's coming together with Barbara Hulanicki.Continuing from where she left off in the 70s, Barbara Hulanicki re-joins the fashion world with an exciting series of clothes that is fresh and full of energy. Whilst rich with reminders of Biba in its heyday, the collection is a distinct move away from the pretty designs of the past. Clothes are brought up to date by modern prints and edgier shapes for a new generation of fans, making Hulanicki one of the most influential and inspirational style icons of the Twentieth Century. Having spent the last fifteen years designing furniture and hotels worldwide, Hulanicki reverts back to her first love of fashion illustration as the starting point for the Barbara...
We are very pleased to announce that an old friend of Début Art, Oscar Wilson, will now part of our roster.We have worked with Oscar for many years now on a project to project basis so it's great to finally be able to show his work in all its glory.Studio Oscar was founded in London by Oscar Wilson in 1996.Specialising in image creation and hand crafted typography, Oscar Wilson produces work for a wide variety of clients, with commissions from the advertising world, fashion, publishing, film and TV.Previous clients include: Crisis, Fabric, Guinness, Honda, Levi's, MTV, Nike, NME, Orange, Penguin, Sky TV, Stüssy, Transport For London, The Observer, Time Out, Twentieth Century Fox, Virgin Atlantic, Visit London, Volkswagen.Agencies: AMV BBDO, Arnold Worldwide, M&C Saatchi, Mother, RKCR Y&R, Start Creative, WCRS, WWAV Rapp Collins.Oscar Wilson also works collaboratively with (brother) Ben Wilson on 3D and interior projects, under the ‘Wilson Brothers’ banner....
Tado have been busy over the last few months putting together The Private Panda Club which opened in Berlin as part of the Pictoplasma Conference. The exhibition featured a series of 10 photographs set in a panda-themed gentlemen's basement bar. The photographs are a collaboration between Tado, Tom Jackson and Kipi Ka Popo.Visitors to the show were invited to don the panda head and try their own moves on a specially erected panda-pole.Check out more images from the show here and here.
The Hejz has just completed work with The Discovery Channel on a series of posters for a new television series Deadlist Catch. Check out some of the videos here and also have a look at The Hejz's folio.
Saeko Ozaki has been working with Harvey Nichols on their 2009 Press Day.Saeko illustrated and designed [url=http://www.debutart.com/artist/saeko-ozaki/work/harvey-nichols-press-day-invite]the invite, as well as the press edit book that was given out on the day to all that came.Check out Saeko's invite here and the press edit book here.
For the past few months or so Début Art have been working very closely with BBC Radio 2, and their in house online team, to create new online identities for 9 of their most popular DJ's as part of the relaunch of the BBC Radio 2 website. 9 Radio 2 DJs, 9 Début illustrators. So......Celyn worked on Chris Evans' homepage header and footer.Yehrin Tong worked on, and with Sir Terry Wogan on his wallpaper themed homepage header and footer.Patrick Morgan sat and drew Radcliffe and Maconie in their studio for their homepage header and footer.Flatliner V2 was chosen to work on Steve Wright's homepage header and footer.Craig Ward was paired up with Jeremy Vine to create his typographic homepage header and footer.Saeko Ozaki worked on Sarah Kennedy's homepage header and footer.Christian Northeast worked on Ken Bruce's homepage header and footer.Oliver Hibert worked on Jonathan Ross's homepage header and footer.and Ilovedust were chosen to work with Dermot O'Leary on his homepage header...
Craig Ward has teamed up with photographer Jason Tozer again to produce Creative Reviews subs page.The brief was to 'Make Creative Review a part of your world'The technique Craig used employs 'anamorphic perspective' theory and, in an interview with Felice Varini he says he uses 'nothing more than simple maths' to create his compositions. The maths Varini referenced turned out to be rather less simple than what Craig had hoped for.So....they came up with plan B. Craig wanted to create something clean and graphic and slightly out of place in a real world setting and the reflective properties of fluorescent gaffer tape turned out to be the perfect material.Check out the results of Craig and Jasons exploits here, and no doubt all over the web soon. You read it here first.
Harry Malts "I Love David" book is now available to buy at Colette Paris for a limited time only. So....get yourself over to Paris and buy yourself a copy."I Love David" by Harry MaltA sad but familiar tale of misguided hormonal star-lust and ultimate teenage girl dissolution. Unavoidable really.Screenprinted and hand colored by Harry Malt in London. Each book is hand colored in different colours so no two books are the same.There is only an edition of 40 for this first edition. From March 30th till May 2nd "The Selby is in your Place exhibition" by Todd Selby, is showed at Colette. The artiste started in June 2008 with this simple premise: exploring the ways one’s personal space reflects one’s personality, documenting creative people in their creative environment.
‘Behind The Scenes’Behind the Scenes incorporates visual interpretations of public events or outputs and their intriguing supporting background stories.Jane Webster (through reportage drawing) documents The Welsh National Opera both on tour and in rehearsal at the Cardiff Millenium Centre. She also records the creation of The Times Newspapers Weekend, Travel section - from the writing and design at Times House, Wapping to production at the 350 million pound new print works at Broxbourne, Hertfordshire.Exhibition dates: Monday, 30th March – Saturday, 4th April. 10.00am – 5.30pm at our very own Coningsby Gallery.Check out more of Janes portfolio here.