We love this series of new works called ‘Numbers Are Worlds’ from Blindsalida. We’ve just updated Blindsalida’s portfolio with these and other great graphic illustrations. To see more of Blindaslida’s work click here.

We love this brand new artwork by Tom Redfern. Tom has been diversifying his portfolio by experimenting with bold colours and shapes. Tom’s new style has been instantly popular and has already been used for across several campaigns.

We love these charming new artworks Hannah George produced for a recent schools project. Hannah was asked to create several characters to help illustrate the Nevis Blocks to Creativity.

Blindsalida’s infographic outlining the demands placed on the modern man, is a great new addition to his portfolio. Blindsalida combined abstract patterns with infographic devices to create this fun piece.

We love these brand new portfolio pieces by Blindsalida. These bold, graphic pieces are a perfect addition to his diverse portfolio.

In celebration of Sandwich Week we have been enjoying this visual feast from Nick Chaffe.

We are pleased to share these brand new illustrations by Hannah George. This vibrant collection of new artwork shows Hannah’s versatility as a lifestyle artist.  Hannah’s client list includes Period Living Magazine, Conde Naste Traveller, House and Garden Magazine, Sainsbury’s  Magazine, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, BBC Good Food and Country Living Magazine.

Michael Crampton has recently created this beautiful series of bird illustrations. These bright decorative artworks are full of character and showcase Michael’s expressive style. Michael has been widely commissioned across a range of packaging and design projects.

Garry Walton has further expanded his pastiche portfolio with this classic 1920′s style poster. Garry’s seasonal image follows on from a recent gift guide he illustrated for the Mail on Sunday, which utilised this vintage watercolour style.

We love this brand new portfolio piece by Garry Walton. Garry is the master of many styles, with an impressive pastiche portfolio. Garry particularly enjoys working in this 1930′s style, which has been commissioned across a huge range of projects, from book jackets to national advertising campaigns.