Combining nature with pattern, Vicky Scott
designs a 'Sky Party' wall mural for Bloompapers
The Barcelona based company is an online wallpaper store selling designs on many themes by a wide range of artists. Vicky says "(they) feature the work of some fab artists on murals and wallpapers (including one of my heroes Catalina Estrada!)
|the art in use at the SOGO Hong Kong store|
Commissioned for the SOGO Hong Kong 20th anniversary, Daria Jabenko
creates an image exploding with beauty.
Now seen all over the city and mainland China, Daria's illustration has been used on large displays, for in-store decoration and on many gifts including purses, diaries and a 2014 calendar.
Collage artist Andre Bergamin
cleverly juxtaposes elements of old and existing pictures to create new striking compositions. Take a look...
Capricho Magazine commission Natalia Sanabria
to create these 'shopaholic illustrations'.
A slight diversion from her usual subject matter, Natalia says "It turned out really good and shows another side of me apart from drawing fashion models".
can finally reveal her work done for the cognac Martell.
Working with the Parisian advertising agency Being, Claire made illustrations showing chic Paris style for a limited edition bottle. It was a major campaign with the drawings being used on the packaging, shelf stoppers, shopping bags and palette boards aswell as the bottle itself. Claire says "I had great fun with this job, taking me back to my French roots. Marine Bouvier was a fantastic Art Director with a great vision and lots of energy."
|The Shard and City Flight|
|The Shard at Night|
|The Shard and River Thames Looking West|
On sale at The Shard
shop are these unique prints by Christopher Corr
Commissioned by The Shard via Easy Art to paint views from the iconic London landmark, Christopher created four artworks showing the panorama at different times of the day. The Shard is at a height of 1,016ft (310m) being the tallest building in Western Europe, Christopher says "The view is wonderful".
|port crane detail|
creates a mural for Zizzi Ipswich.
Commissioned by the Design manager at Zizzi, James worked over a five day period to complete the different elements of the painting. Using a scaffold tower for the high parts, James has produced an awesome piece of art for the restaurant. He says "The mural is a map of Ipswich’s centre, showing the main attractions and significant buildings. There are also a few little bits of info about the town dotted around too. The frames are made to look like they are suspended by a port crane which I was also asked to draw. The designs were produced using acrylic paint pens and emulsion."
We are thrilled to be representing Kena Ravel
! Mixing line with blocks of colour, her art is both finely balanced and pleasing to the eye. Take a look