Stephen's work has been used by an impressive array of clients like The National Trust and other Museums and Galleries. This includes the London Transport Museum and the National Museum of Scotland. His impressive travel art collection showcases some of the best place the UK has to offer.
In this series of retro prints, David Redon mixes today's modern influences with the artistic stylistic movements of pulp and renaissance art. We’re time warping and we love it.
City kid, country eyes. Before studying communication design in Berlin I spent one year herding sheep in Iceland. Since finishing my studies in 2010 I am working as a freelance photographer under the alias of »Nur Mut«. With my landscape photography that I shoot in Iceland, Norway, New Zealand and other fascinating placed I want to express my affinity with the great outdoors.
Born in Bradford and now based near Northallerton in North Yorkshire, Richard O’Neill is a digital artist specialising in hand drawn, contemporary landscapes. He is inspired by classic twentieth century travel art and the beautiful scenery of his home county of Yorkshire and beyond. A strong sense of place is extremely important to his work and although created digitally all his artwork is hand drawn, giving it a unique human element that compliments the clean, vivid style. Richard's award winning designs have featured on book and magazine covers, in city centre art installations, promotional videos and advertising campaigns.
Goed Blauw is a collaboration between two artists, based in the Netherlands. Their goal is to brighten up houses with prints for the young and old!
Linda Gobeta is an illustrator from Riga, Latvia. Her design style is clean with touch of quirk. Fashionable works in contemporary colour blocks and patterns or handwritten texts. She works out of her Riga studio, and on projects all over the world.