2 Aug 2019
Josy Bloggs new work
Some new children’s books inspired work from Josy Bloggs and a book cover.
Josy loves working with layout and colour to create impactful illustration and enjoys combining illustration with type and font selection, to create a balance between text and image. She describes herself as ‘living, eating, breathing, illustration’. Not obsessive at all then! To counterbalance this when she is not creating she likes to take her dog for long walks, or cycle in the Yorkshire countryside.
Some of Josy Blogg’s recent clients include…
AA Publishing, Arcturus Publishing, John Lewis, W H Smith, Waitrose
2 Aug 2019
Giulio Iurissevich – Profile
Giulio Iurissevich embarked upon a career as a photographer and graphic artist in 1998. With the computer, he discovered a talent for digital fashion illustration. This international success story from a small town called Pordenone, Italy, is completely self-taught, although he says the passion for images and art has always been with him.
Driven by instinct and inspired by the human form, Giulio’s work explores volume, geometry, and colour, reducing unnecessary effects, and focusing instead on clean lines and forms. As a guitar player, he credits his music as a source of inspiration and energy. His work is abstract, with a strong urban street culture influence. Unique and versatile, Giulio is equally at home with fashion, beauty and lifestyle illustrations or a rougher urban street style for applied to anything from magazines, billboards, and toys, to independent music festivals, raves, and concerts.
Giulio’s appeal extends well beyond his native Italy, and especially within The UK, US, Canada, and Germany where his clients include Karim Rashid, Motorola, Virgin, Oxford University Press, Music for Relief, New York City Marathon, Start Mobile, Image Zoo, Shelter, Frezza Inc-Casamania, Thedesignconspiracy UK, Qub Studios, and magazines Elle, Marie Claire, The Source, Vogue, Runner’s World, Vision Magazine (China), and Rivista Ottagono (Italy).
2 Aug 2019
Ben Hasler – University of Texas Arlington
Ben has recently completed a beautiful set of illustrations for University of Texas Arlington.
Ben creates his work in Adobe Illustrator his slick vector lines and bright colours make his work versatile, modern, clear and attractive. He has developed his own style but can also replicate, when required, almost any other vector based style. He has a range of T-shirts with his designs and he also is a web designer. Ben’s style is versatile, and because of his experience a studio artist, he is quick, punctual and great at meeting tight deadlines.
Ben’s images have been used in a huge range of projects from packaging design, advertising projects, website design, book covers, children’s books, t-shirts and editorial illustration.
Some of Ben Hasler’s recent clients include …
VCCP, Weiden and Kennedy, Frame, TUI, Bloomsbury Publishing, Men’s Health Magazine, Oxford University Press UK/USA, The Daily Telegraph Newspaper, Rayban, Vodaphone, Homeserve, Risk Magazine, Honda, Viasat, Bradley Wiggins, Bud Light, Pearson Education and NB Illustration.