• Matt Saunders

    Matt Saunders – Pottermore

    We’re really pleased, proud and excited to share that Matt was commissioned by J.K Rowling’s Pottermore, to create the illustrated scenes for The Sorting Ceremony and wand selection. In addition, Matt re-imagined the house crests for The Sorting Ceremony. Thanks to Studio Output, with whom Matt worked very closely, and the wonderful people at Pottermore.

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  • Andrew Lyons

    Andrew Lyons – Dossier Magazine

    The illustrator responsible for this month’s rather beautiful cover of Hemisphere’s Dossier supplement is none other than our Andrew Lyons.

    After doing a stellar job on the October issue it wasn’t surprising to hear that the team were back asking for more, however this time Andrew would need to tackle the theme of Wisconsin. How did he do it? Well if you click through the images we’ll show you how Andrew approached and executed the image in his marvellous style.

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  • Jean Jullien

    Three SOS

    Three, the mobile network had a tough task on their hands – making phone insurance exciting. The solution was to call upon the wit and humour of Jean Jullien, who helped depict all the obscure things that can happen to your beloved smartphone or tablet – including, being electrocuted, left on the car roof and of course, dropped down the toilet. The illustrations feature on packaging, in-store POS and online.

     

     

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  • Tom Haugomat

    South Bank Tower

    Tom Haugomat has created this striking set of illustrations for the South Bank Tower development. Those lucky enough to have a spare £2.45m can snap up a two bedroom apartment, which offers stunning views over central London, including St.Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard, the London Eye, Tower Bridge and the Oxo Tower. Tom’s hand-drawn illustrations encompass a clever use of perspective and lighting to give the campaign a striking, cinematic feel.

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  • Martina Flor

    Martina Flor – Communication Arts Award

    There’s nothing like starting the new year with a bit of good news. We are happy to announce that our own Martina Flor has picked up a Communication Arts Award of Excellence for her ‘Make It Happen’ self promotional piece.

    This beautiful example of typography is just one of the wonderful gifts Martina creates for clients and friends as a treat for the end of the year. Martina experimented with laser cutting to create both the finished outcomes and the initial stencil that transferred the artwork onto every envelope that the work was sent in with a touch of metallic spray paint.

    May this year ‘happen’ for you too!

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