Tea2 window display by Helen Musselwhite

Marvel at Helen Musselwhite's stunning window display at the Tea2 Regent Street store. All part of London Design Week 2018. 

Tropia by Jordan Metcalf

Caffè Tropea is a family run Anglo / Italian restaurant nestled in the beautiful surroundings of London's Russell Square. Indepedent since it opened in 1981, they approached Elmwood London with a request to refresh their visual identity and draw on their rich heritage. Having set upon the concept of a T brand mark, Elmwood needed some help from a lettering specialist and invited Jordan Metcalf to work on the project. The finished T shape is made up of intricate illustrated details which tell the story of the families’ heritage, love of food and their home town in Italy. Stunning work.

Viajes el Corte Ingles by Thomas Danthony

A stunning new campaign by Thomas Danthony sees El Corte Inglés using illustration to promote their sixty plus cruise holidays. It’s so refreshing to see older people portrayed in a glamorous way and illustration was a bold choice by the client, which really paid off. Thomas did a wonderful job of evoking the classic era of travel posters and portraying stylish senior citizens.

Andes Origen by Jean Jullien

Jean Jullien created this striking set of illustrations for the launch of Andes Origen, a new beer to hit the Argentinian market. Art Direction by the extremely talented design studio New.

Behind the Scenes with Paul Thurlby

A splendid day was spent in Brighton filming illustrator Paul Thurlby for his upcoming A Little Film About...