• Jonathan Burton

    Jonathan Burton – 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

    Something to definitely make some wall space for is this stunning limited edition screen print of Jules Verne’s ’20,000 Leagues Under The Sea’ by Jonathan Burton.

    After seeing Jonathan’s illustrations for ‘Around the World in 80 days’ and his wonderful work for the BAFTA’s last year the team at Nautilus Art Prints got in touch with the man himself to create their third release which measures 61 x 91cm , costs €45 and is also available in a variant colour way.

    The print is to be released today so to be in with a chance of snapping one up keep an eye on the sale times on the Nautilus website and Facebook page.

    http://www.nautilus-artprints.com

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    Paul Thurlby – Sarson’s Vinegar

    It’s F-f-f-friday folks and today sees the launch of Paul Thurlby’s brilliant new campaign for Sarson’s vinegar.

    Under direction from McGarryBowen, Paul created three executions which see our good friends Fish and Chips getting ready for a big Friday night (along with Sarson’s vinegar of course). Paul, who is known for his distinctive mid-century inspired style, was the perfect choice for the super retro feel of the campaign.

    The adverts will be running in national newspapers from today.

     

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    Frank – Issue One

    We’re delighted to announce the launch of our re-designed annual newspaper, Frank.

    The paper is a round up of our favourite projects from the past year. It showcases one piece of work by each of our thirty illustrators and shows the wide range of commissions and clients we’ve been lucky enough to work with over the past twelve months.

    If you work in advertising, design or publishing, there’s a good chance that a copy will be dropping on your desk in the next few weeks. We hope you like and encourage you to tweet, blog, instagram and generally share the hell out if it. If you don’t receive one, please give us a shout and we’ll post one out (while they last).

    Special thanks to George Bradshaw who did a superb job on the design, Tim McDonagh who provided the cover and Thomas Burden who created our awesome rooftop HF neon sign, sadly no real (yet).

     

  • Matt Murphy

    Matt Murphy – Guardian Guide

    Matt Murphy greeted last weekend’s Guardian readers with his awesome rendition of the great late Philip Seymour Hoffman on the cover of the Guide supplement.

    Matt was sought out to provide his interpretation of a pensive Hoffman and to utilise his application of dramatic lighting to reference the film ‘A Most Wanted Man’ directed by Anton Corbijn.

    We think he’s done a great job and have also updated Matt’s HF portfolio too, so do be sure to take a look after enjoying these snaps.

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    Matt Murphy – Fortune Magazine

    Matt Murphy lent his talents to Fortune Magazine recently, after a quick look through his portfolio the team knew that he was the man for the job.

    Matt was asked to use an Art Deco approach to illustrate an article that focuses on how Silicon Valley is perceived as the preeminent hub of talent in the business world, where the best and brightest want to work and where companies are grooming the best talent for the future.

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