Lauren Mortimer uses pencil to create her surreal illustrations.
She is a master of her technique, using mechanical pencils to draw with wonderful shading and to create images which can be both real or surreal. A lover of folk music, Lauren enjoys both nature and the vibrancy of London life. See more of her work...
Mr Whippy is sixth in Donough O'Malley's series 'I drew what you did last Summer'.
We can only imagine what Donough got up to last year, but luckily for him, his frolics have fuelled some wonderful images!
above and below - 'Our Innovations' animations
below - Gail's work in progress and tools for the job
Gail Armstrong completes a mammoth papersulpture 'Back to School' campaign for Marks & Spencer.
The commission with AKQA was completed in several stages, each to build different phases of the project for the Marks and Spencer website. The first was to supply a kit of parts including a variety of paper planes, white versions of a variety of uniform items and the main title image for Inventors Wanted - an invitation to kids to submit their own ideas and innovations for school uniforms and the chance to win a trip to Kennedy Space Centre for the most imaginative. The second phase was imagery for the different sections in the Back to School area of the M&S website, firstly to help the viewer put together the perfect uniform for a pupil's needs and also a Bitesize Ideas page with help and suggestions for healthy snacks and meals. Finally Gail illustrated the 33 Smart Innovations icons - this part of the site also hosts the final phase of the project - two animations inspired by two of the innovations - Adjust-a-hem trousers and Stainaway Shirts. Working closely with Art Director Steven Leong and animator Peter Menich, Gail says of the rewarding commission "It was a challenging, intense and thoroughly enjoyable project to work on from start to finish."
Smartup Visuals capture the energy of a Tech City event in London.
Tech City was launched five years ago to support the East London tech cluster known as Silicon Roundabout. The Smartup Visuals team was invited to visually inspire the audience at one of their networking events at WeWork by drawing live and illustrating the current tech skyline in London. The final art made it on the Tech City UK website and their social media sites with the original proudly decorating the wall of their new office space.
Alexandra Ball illustrates a new adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland for Top That Publishing.
This beautiful picture book is aimed at the 3+ age range and celebrates the 150th anniversary of the first publication. The book introduces a new set of illustrations drawn with charm, warmth and sensitivity.
Miss Led's five illustrations for the Head Shoulders Campaign are now live across Europe.
Five characters were created for the big brand's new advertising campaign and commissioned to appeal to a 18-25 female audience. Each was to depict the benefit of the individual limited edition shampoo available in their new 2015 range.
Varoom's current PLAY issue features the works and words of Jennifer Maravillas.
Jennifer is interviewed about the importance of experimentation and 'play' when creating her art. Alongside some other illustrators, Varoom's 'Inside the Sandbox' feature can be seen here.