The latest from our artists.
We’re excited to announce we now represent Peepshow, the London-based, Emmy award-winning animation and illustration studio for animation work. Without further ado, here is a short reel:
Peepshow has over ten years of experience creating diverse animation projects, offering a complete set of design and production services – from TV and film commercials, online content and music promos through to character animation, motion graphics, title sequences, brand films, simple gifs and more. As well as working with its talented in-house designers and illustrators, Peepshow often collaborates with other artists to produce an eclectic mix of moving image projects.
The studio can also work with any of the illustrators on our roster to produce animations in his or her particular style for any given project.
Peepshow has created animation for clients such as Diesel, Dominos, Nike, Philips, Tumblr, SHOWstudio, Toyota and London 2012 Olympic Games – and has also worked on sequences for various channels including BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic and MTV. Recent plaudits include an Emmy award for Outstanding Motion Design for work on the BBC-commissioned documentary series How We Got To Now.
View Peepshow's portfolio here.
Ed Carvalho-Monaghan was commissioned to create the front cover of Little Atoms Magazine's 2nd issue. Originating as a radio show, interviewing the leading lights in science, literature, politics and arts, the magazine launched in 2015 with the aim to stand for reason and open debate. The magazine's tag line: "We like an elegant idea, clearly expressed" explains why they like Ed's work so much.
See Ed's updated portfolio here
Kristjana has been working with luxury fragrance brand Penhaligon’s. She was commissioned to create bespoke narrative-based packaging illustrations for the brand's new portraits collection and also a number of large scale artworks to appear in store windows and point-of-sale promoting the new collection throughout the world.
Super talented design duo Hvass&Hannibal have created these beautiful packaging designs for French luxury skin care company Biotherm, and not only does this Limited edition Christmas packaging design look stunning, all profits from the sale of Life Plankton Essence, Aqua Source creams and classic Lait Corporel go to Mission Blue, which researches climate change impacts on the environment, humans and wildlife.
Here are some images from their recent product launch at Martin Asbaek Gallery in Copenhagen
See Hvass&Hannibal's updated portfolio for more...
We're over the moon to announce a new signing - Nashville-based Lauren Rolwing.
Lauren’s style is bold, reductive yet stylish and she cites a broad range of influences on her work – from the work of designers Paul Rand, Bruno Munari, Ikko Tanaka, and children’s illustrator Kveta Pacovská, to the 80s ads of San Franciscan clothing company Esprit, the clothes of Comme des Garçon and Issey Miyake, the humour, patterns and colour of the work of Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass, and beyond to the films of Fellini, Bergman and Jacques Tati.
Using geometric forms, beautiful curves and bold colours, Lauren creates powerfully graphic, eye-popping illustrations free of superfluous detail for clients that include Unilever, The New York Times, Adidas, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Colette, Pearson, Brummell, Frieze, Wall Street Journal and Refinery29.
Click through to her portfolio to see more of her work.