Aleksandar was commissioned by Northwestern Kellogg Magazine to create a series of portraits of Kellogg experts, for their feature about how to alleviate poverty.
Jamie was recently commissioned by SampsonMay Design and created a series of illustrations for Seplat – an energy solutions company.
Series of illustrations commissioned for ZEIT Studienfuhrer 2020/2021.
Brand new self-initiated series from Oli. This latest collection of self-initiated works are part of a new style I’ve been developing over the last year or so in my spare time which is both forward looking and a nod to the past. I’m often experimenting with letter forms and type treatments in my free time, hoping to develop new and unexpected outcomes. I love making crafted script lock-ups and loose, paint-streaked brush marks but I’ve always been very keen to keep moving in new directions and offering alternatives to what we’re all getting used to seeing. Whilst looking forwards, this new collection also looks back towards where I began – making friendly, colourful, conversational pieces where I get to dream up the phrase as well as drawing the letters. I used to have a catchphrase for my work in the past which was ‘none too perfect but charming and honest,’ – Well, now I’m bringing it back!
Jamie produced a series of illustrations in partnership with Linkedin, reflecting on our current working from home environments.
Blok teamed up with Quarto Publishing’s Wide Eyed Editions to create this colourful and educational children’s book! The book is packed with personality quizzes and explores the psychology of personality! Written by Alice Harman.
Ryan produced these illustrations for the World Health Organization on public heath issues during Covid-19.
Cover illustration and a series of spots to accompany a feature on ‘Quarantine Cooking’.
Series of illustrations commissioned for the ‘Knowledge Hub’ section of AAT Magazine.
Elin was commissioned to create a series of illustrations as part of the launch for the Facebook Oversight Board, a board that uses its independent judgment to support people’s right to free expression and ensure that those rights are being adequately respected in the Social Media Community.
Brad Cuzen is a freelance illustrator based in Durban, South Africa. He has a comprehensive grounding in graphic design and now focuses purely on illustration. His style is inspired by mid-century design but updated with a modern sensibility. He is particularly interested in the interplay between forms, colours and human elements, and the way in which these can be represented in simple yet bold compositions.
Jamie Cullen recently created these colourful illustrations for Jaguar magazine, about the potential for AI creativity!
Aleksandar has been creating colourful and characterful portraits in his distinctive geometric style for the team at Roche.
‘What your favourite artists are up to during lockdown’ – Excellent cover illustration from last Saturday’s Guardian Guide.
Does a creative routine matter when the world is turned upside down? The brilliant Martina produced a series of illustrations to accompany the feature.
Brilliantly illustrated campaign from Hedof for Helseutvalget – the Norwegian sexual health foundation.
Four spot illustrations to accompany Politico Europe’s feature “How Europe failed the coronavirus test”, documenting how Europe wasn’t ready for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paul was asked to illustrate the various commentators for the latest design book and exhibition for engineering firm, ARUP.
Great new personal work from type maestro, Oli, summing up all our thoughts right now…
Brand new illustrated campaign for Eau de Paris, the official drink of Parisians!
Conceptual illustrator, Ollie, was asked to illustrate the cover and inside repeat for Bulletin Magazine, the official publication of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. The issue focuses on the NHS adopting a ‘personalised care’ model and how using this in speech and language therapy can help patients thrive.
Blok Magnaye has been chronicling his time spent time in quarantine through this wonderfully illustrated diary.
This piece is taken from a mural Oli first painted at Sidney and Matilda gallery in Sheffield towards the end of 2019. The theme was about unity following a particularly turbulent period in British politics. “The sentiment is about right now. About society and how we need to be more united and less divided. We’re all different in our small ways but we must be able to all be together because we’re all here together”