Début Art's new office in NYC opened recently. Located in the Meatpacking District, the office is able to respond expertly, creatively and rapidly to any and all inquiries. Kat Irannejad is the primary contact and she is available to visit all clients in the NYC area. Contact her at email@example.com or 212-995-5044. Kat will be able to place any of the 160 highly original world-class illustrators, motion artists and designers represented by Début Art's at your disposal. Kat has a range of reference items available to mail to you upon request.
Some recent news from NYC:
Craig Robinson designed Bloomberg Businessweek's "Best Business Schools 2010" cover (left) last November, and it recently garnered an SPD nomination for their annual awards for "Best Illustrated Cover". More recent covers are Justin Metz's "Crisis" cover (center), and Jethro Haynes' "Jungle Justice" cover (right).
Tado have been working with Nickelodeon to come up with an exciting new spot for both Nickelodeon and Kmart. Here’s the finished result, keep your eyes peeled for it on a TV near you!
Andrew Archer's 'Wall Street Men as zombies' cover illustration for the New York Observer.
La Boca's magical artwork about solar power for GreenSource Magazine.
Ron Kurniawan's stellar Google illustration for Fast Company 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...11 days ago
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,...12 days ago
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...1 month ago
Sam Chivers was commissioned by Workman Publishing to produce twelve travel posters for Atlas Obscura’s 2020 calendar, depicting bizarre-but-real locations and surprising natural phenomena from around...1 month ago