• David Sparshott

    David Sparshott – Here Newspaper

    After David’s work on a previous issue of Here we were approached again by the housing and homeless charity Shelter for more wonderful hand drawn illustrations from the man himself.

    The paper itself is designed by the agency Smoke who were happy to see David work on the ‘Nuggets’ section in this issue. The idea was to create the main illustration from a combination of spot illustrations that visually summarise each article in this section of the publication.

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  • Stephen Cheetham

    Stephen Cheetham – Contagious Magazine

    A recent article based on ‘contextual integration’ from Contagious magazine needed the touch of Stephen Cheetham to show how brands are using media to connect with their customers.

    Stephen’s style was perfect to get the message across succinctly in these three eye catching illustrations.

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  • Thomas Burden

    Thomas Burden – Step Journal

    Here’s a ‘glowing’ piece of illustration, created by Thomas Burden for the cover of Step Journal. Thomas is a master at creating detailed, 3D worlds that glisten with a neon haze. It’s a well known fact that Thomas takes an annual trip to Las Vegas for ‘creative inspiration’.

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  • Tim McDonagh

    Tim McDonagh – The Atlantic

    A dark article in The Atlantic required the steady hand of Tim McDonagh, who’s well known for his moody and poignant illustrations. Tim pencil sketches his work then uses a dip-pen for the line work. It’s then scanned in and coloured digitally.

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  • Andrew Fairclough

    Andrew Fairclough – New Signing

    We’re super excited to announce a new resident at the Handsome Frank illustration motel this morning, the brilliant Andrew Fairclough.

    Based in Sydney, Andrew is a prodigiously talented illustrator, who’s work blends graphical textures, an eye for detail and striking colour palettes. Having studied Business at university, Andrew had an epiphany one morning, quit his job and re-trained as a illustrator and designer. He has a love for traditional print processes, including silkscreen, risograph and even photocopying and despite creating his work digitally, is always keen to incorporate the imperfections and details found in these processes.

    When he’s not creating awesome illustrations, Andrew can be found surfing or riding Japanese motorbikes.

    See Andrew’s full profile here.

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