The Nevada Discovery Museum commissioned Bryce Wymer to create engaging, hands-on work that incorporated brand elements and science-learning visuals for their new Inside Out Exhibit.
Peter Greenwood created illustrations that were featured in the April edition of TIME. For the artwork, he was tasked with representing the deficient bridges, tunnels, airports, and roads across America and Peter employed an overhead composition to map out the issues.
Hardie Grant Melbourne enlisted the help of Paolo Lim to create cover illustration & 7 chapter-opening artwork for a custom book produced for Mercedes-Benz.
Eyewash recently completed an assignment for Mental Floss, featuring five illustrations for an article on Clair Patterson, the scientist who determined the true age of the Earth, created the first “clean room”, and fought for decades to have lead eliminated from gasoline.
The illustrations depict moments from Patterson’s professional life: testing new automotive fuels, digging for core samples in the Artic, and scaling active volcanoes to collect air samples, among others.
Earlier this month, Joe Magee created artwork for Mental Health Awareness Week. The week occurs in early May and during the entire week, the Mental Health Foundation of the UK run multiple campaigns around a specific theme that have to do with mental health issues.
Marcus Marritt was commissioned to illustrate the front cover and full page editorial for the new look for Construction Manager magazine.
Marcus Marritt is an illustrator based in the UK whose work is based on a minimal approach. Marcus’ clients include Financial Times, goal.com, Chelsea FC, WIRED, Oreo Cookies, ASOS amongst much more.
Owen Davey‘s new illustration for Pottermore examines the life of Albus Dumbledore, portraying the significant moments that shaped the life of one of the most influential wizards of his time.
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