We’ve been off the radar here at BeyondM25 for some time now for various reasons which I won’t bore you with as it’s neither the time or the place, but panic not we’re back in the park now and raring to go with a long list of creative talent to add to our Creative Links stumbled across during the downtime.
First of these new additions is Cheltenham based illustrator Aaron Miller. Love distinctive colourful, cheery style that put a smile on your face whenever you see it.
Check out his full portfolio at www.aaronmillerillustration.com
BeyondM25 welcomes Cambridge based illustrator Dave Shelton (and his bagful of adorable characters) to our Creative Links.
Cambridge based illustrator, Rich Gemmell (our latest Creative Links addition) has an amazing ability to draw the viewer into his whimsical world with his hugely distinctive illustration style.
I’m a big fan of his story tellling style, see more at www.richgemmell.net
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.
Today I’m adding the talented Leicester based Brett Wilkinson, aka Onesidezero, to our growing list of illustrators working ‘Beyond the M25’ in our Creative Links section.
Love his bold graphic style and impactful use of pattern and colour. See more of his work here.
Fun infographic found at Flowtown. (click image to see larger version)
I’m pretty sure that if you’re reading this you’ll find yourself somewhere on here only one missing for me is the Band Geek.