Donough O'Malley has collected some great awards with his 'Pop-Up Restaurant' illustration.
Originally created for Wine Republic Argentina, Donough's image is both a visually pleasing and clever interpretation of a pop-up restaurant. This combined with limited colours and quirky view have won him a place in Creative Quarterly, Communication Arts Illustration Annual 56, and recently an Honourable mention in the 3x3 International Illustration Awards NO. 12'.
Turine Tran illustrates Sam Hay's 'Stella and the Night Sprites' in full magical glory!
Scholastic U.S commissioned Turine to produce the cover artwork for this first book of a series called Knit-Knotters, about a girl Stella and her little night sprite friends. The book is released in January 2016 and follows the story of Stella who is upset when she finds out she needs glasses. It turns out her new glasses are magic and when she wears them, Stella can see the sparkly night sprites! Read more on the book here.
above - Ian's art
below - the magazine cover
above - the original airbrushed 70s version
Ian Naylor modernises Camel's Snow Goose album cover for Prog Rock Magazine.
Camel is an English progressive rock group formed in the early 1970s whose album 'Music inspired by the Snow Goose' was featured in the magazine recently. Ian was asked to provide a contemporary version of the cover - which was originally airbrushed, he says "It was interesting to bring the computers and 3d to bear, whilst attempting to maintain the feel of the original."
above - Judith's catwalk
below - a grouped catwalk of the six fashion illustrators
above - Judith at work
Judith van den Hoek works on the Prada Raw Eyewear project.
Judith worked alongside five other fashion illustrators on this job to support the launch of Prada's eyewear range. The Prada Raw website features a catwalk where the viewer can experience Prada's sunglasses through the eyes of each illustrators's interpretations. Judith says "My interpretation was rooted in the blackness of the frames, and the illusion that an unassuming hand can add; playfully juxtaposed next to these Prada Raw designs." The site is now live where you can get the complete Raw Prada experience and see Judith's interpretation.
Vince Ray designs a graphic logo for Vivien of Holloway vintage clothing.
The clothing business in North London specialises in 1950s men's and women's fashion, a perfect combination of client and artist with Vince's style of illustration. The new logo will be used on the client's website and general branding.
Kathryn Rathke illustrates with fluid, expressive and calligraphic lines.
With a huge body of portraiture commissions as well as narrative work and logo design, the Seattle based artist creates everything digitally in Photoshop and Illustrator. She has a unique sense of gesture in her illustrations which have proven popular with clients such as The Guardian, The Economist Intelligent Life, Wendy's and Vanity Fair.
Donough O'Malley reminds us of the situations we might find ourselves in during the festival season.
With Glastonbury taking place this weekend marking the start of the music festival season in the UK, Donough has created these wonderful images depicting scenes from the summer events. He says "These two images are ones that every festival goer will be able to relate to!"
James Grover works on an animation for Prince Edward Island tourism.
Alongside animator Lev Bravo, James was commissioned to illustrate the 'Ask an Islander' feature on the Prince Edward Island website. 'Ask an Islander' allows potential visitors to directly ask islanders questions about the best places to eat, see music and see the sights. James says "I designed the general look and feel of the animation and created all the elements by hand." See the video here.