Talented Bourne End based illustrator/designer, Daniel Robinson-Miller of LostTime, is the latest addition to our Creative Links section after he got in touch with some kind words about BeyondM25.
Just got wind of this stunning exhibition than ran at Gallery1988 (Los Angeles) back in May this year.
The hugely successful “Paper Cuts“, a solo show by London-based designer/illustrator Olly Moss, had on display an awesome collection of his favourite pop culture icons as paper cut silhouettes.
Here are my favourites (see more here)
The moment I found out about Buckinghamshire based Mr Dunn* being involved in the making of Charlie & Lola I simply had to add them to our Creative Links section, as it is this beautiful children’s TV series (along with Peppa Pig) that manages to get us a bit of rest bite at home with our toddler daughter as she simply adores them. Thankyou Mr Dunn*
They have a huge amount of work on display over at their site that I challenge you to not recognise at least one piece of it.
The Long and The Short Of It are a two-man team based in Dunstable, Bedfordshire and are the latest illustrators to be added to our Creative Links section here at BeyondM25.
As you can see below and on their site at www.thelongandtheshortofit.co.uk
altho small in size, they still manage to have a huge variety of styles they can turn their hand to thanks together having more than 40 years experience. I can’t decide which style I prefer the most.
Came across the work of the wonderfully talented (and latest addition to our Creative Links section) Buckinghamshire illustrator Kimberley Pope today.
Kimberley is hugely versatile with a vast array of work featuring in children’s books, magazines and advertising, she also does concept art for film (including the much-anticipated – by me anyway – Game of Thrones, starting on Sky Atlantic this Monday) aswell as work for Kelly Hoppen illustrating her some of her interiors.
See more of her work here
Great thought-provoking video on the marketing considerations of the future by PHD Global