We are proud to announce that four Début Art represented illustrators have had work longlisted for the 2022 World Illustration Awards hosted by the AOI. They are: Lisa Sheehan, Christian Gralingen, Xinmei Liu and Bartosz Kosowski. You can view the entire long-listed works here.
To celebrate their 5th birthday The Ned London commissioned Nathan Ward to create this mid-pop confetti cannon. Nathan worked with his regular collaborator in GFSmith to put together the beautiful paper colour combinations for the project.
Creating posters based on the classic 'National Lampoon Christmas Vacation' and recent TV hit 'Squid Game', Doug John Miller worked with the Bottleneck Gallery to create a limited run of prints. The first edition of the prints has sold out but keep your eyes peeled on the Bottleneck Gallery's website here for any further editions.
Chris Labrooy's iconic Porsche 966 takes a trip to China in this new animation. One in his surrealist car series, the Porsche 966 is a personal favourite of Chris' and the Swan 966 features heavily across his work.
"Phytomining is the method of using plants to extract minerals from the ground." Kolchoz worked with Royal Society of Chemistry to produce this cover illustration for their Education in Chemistry magazine showcasing scientists 'phytomining'. More of Kolchoz' work can be seen here.
The third instalment of Alan Berry Rhy's solo exhibition series 'Carnada Viva' came to the Coningsby Gallery in June 2022. The work featured a mix of new illustrated, painted, embroidery and sculptural works by Alan. Works from the show as well as other projects by Alan can be viewed in his portfolio here.
Lisa Sheehan was commissioned by Scholastic to create these contrasting artworks on carbon footprints. Lisa said the following about the project - "The artwork was created for Choice's magazine from Scholastic - which aims to empower teens. This was for the cover feature on Carbon Footprints. The concept was to reveal nature within a footprint shape, I chose to have the foliage based on a concrete stone floor to help emphasise the stark difference between the harsh stone and the natural environment within the footprint. A converse style shoe was chosen to signify this was a teenagers foot. " More of Lisa's work can be viewed here.