Yuko Kondo was commissioned to create the artwork for Earthwatch’s ‘Tiny Forest’ campaign. Tiny Forests are densely packed native forests that fit into the size of a tennis court. This means they bring all the benefits of a forest – climate cooling, lower flood risks, biodiversity, improved air quality and physical and mental wellbeing – right into the heart of our cities and urban spaces. Yuko created a design that packs the wildlife and plant life of the United Kingdom in to this space. The design was used both online and also as mural in urban areas around the UK. You can see more of Yuko's work here.
BloodBros was commissioned by Harvard Business Review Press to create the artwork for ‘What Is Strategy’. The book looks at business strategy concepts in a short, easy-to-understand, graphic format. What works and what doesn’t. BloodBros illustrated the book throughout, making what can often be a bland topic, fun and engaging with his fun and entertaining characters. You can see more of BloodBros' work here.
WRKSHP 33 has been working with Prevail Juniors, an indoor skate and scooter park in Bournemouth UK. From a blank canvas Ben Beach / WRKSHP33 designed a full branding suite, promotional printed material, merchandise, exterior & interior signage, interior styling/design, design and installation of large painted wall murals and a huge feature 'paste up' poster wall. You can see more of WRKSHP 33's work here.
Doug John Miller was commissioned by Laurence King to create the artwork for ‘The World of Sherlock Holmes’, a complex and storied jigsaw puzzle which captures the world of the famous detective. The plan for the puzzle was authored by Nicholas Utechin, the official historian of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London. Following his brief, Doug created a bustling cityscape featuring Sherlock Holmes’ mysteries, locations, characters and clues. Doug’s artwork displays his particular eye for architectural detail and talent for composing intricately detailed scenes which draw the viewer in with the multiple strands of stories being told. You can see more of Doug's work here.
We are very pleased to announce that Peter Horvath and his work are a prime feature of Gestalten’s ‘The Age of Collage Vol. 3 - Contemporary Collage in Modern Art’, published Autumn 2020. The range of Peter’s coverage includes an 8 page detailed article and interview examining his work and practice (written by Francesca Gavin) plus use of his illustrations on the opening and closing endpapers. Inclusion in such a prestigious publication is testament to Peter’s status as one of the leading contemporary collage illustrators, and we are delighted that his work has been presented as such. You can see more of Peter's work via his Début Art portfolio here: https://www.debutart.com/artist/peter-horvath