Since graduating from her MA at Central St. Martin’s London, Caroline has worked as an illustrator for clients all over the world. Her inky drawings and sassy lettering has caught the interest of many high end brands around the world.
Her most recent clients include : Rankin, Rolex, Condé Nast, Creative Review, Unilever, The Washington Post,
Transport For London, The Times, Sephora, Oxford University Press and Virgin.
Bernie Diener is a 3d Renderer, specialising in high end digital imagery and visualisations, with years of experience working with some of the top branding agencies in the UK and South Africa.
He turns concepts from the imagination into digital illustrations. His true to life images allow advertisers to think outside the confines of the real world. Click on each image for more detail
"My style is home-based..." he says Shishanyama’s, your car washes - you’ll find that a lot of stuff that happens in the township comes through in your inner city."
This King Doodler truly does have the world at his feet. His art portrays the struggling lives he has encountered all within a creative context. His style is home based, inner city art. He delves into each brand he works with to create a unique message through his doodles.
Blind contour refers to a method of drawing in which the artist draws a line and never looks at the paper. It takes what one sees with one’s eye and with study allows the hand to trace the image from one’s brain. Ian pursues this method because of the ways it captures the essence of his subject. The contours he draws with Xucheng pens create a sense of rhythm and movement while capturing the essence and character of the subject in a very intimate manner. He is experimenting with introducing sculptural forms into his work by projecting drawings onto large canvases; vectorizing them; and using Plexiglass, cut vinyl, and 3D printing.
Ian works alongside clothing brands, hotel chains and event managers. He develops engaging concepts like adult colouring books for guests, prints for clothing and interior designers and corporate giveaways, and is always a favourite at brand activations, where he creates one of a kind portraits of VIP guests in a matter of seconds. Get in touch to discuss how Ian can create a unique concept to your brand or event.
Roger Adrian Williams is a multiple award-winning artist from Cape Town, South Africa. Working by day as an illustrator in the advertising industry, and by night as a visual artist in the entertainment industry, Roger’s client base stretches from Europe to the Far East.
After successfully completing his Graphic Design studies at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 2004, his advertising career kicked off, quickly gaining him recognition as one of South Africa’s leading young illustrators. International awards and accolades followed, such as Cannes, One Show and D&AD nominations.
Equally comfortable with paint, pencils, pixels and vectors, he easily moves between the worlds of digital and traditional illustration and successfully combines the two methods of image-creation.
Roger draws inspiration from music, fashion, street art and traveling, as well as the world of martial arts. He regularly exhibits his work, and has shared his knowledge as a lecturer.
CLIENTS : Opel, Hyundai, Bell Helmets Europe, iChance ( DE ), Musica, Vida E Caffe, Sanlam
AGENCIES : 360 Degrees, Tonictrix (Hannover), Luna Design (New York), Diazo (Berlin), Lowe Mena (Bahrain), Ogilvy and Mather, Singh and Sons, The Jupiter Drawing Room
AWARDS : D&AD Yellow Pencil Nominee, Loerie Awards Finals for Musica ‘Wanna be a Rockstar ?’ packaging (TJDR).
Cannes Finalist, One Show Finalst, Silver Eagles x 2 for Hyundai ‘Where’s Wally’ illustration (TJDR).
Gold Loerie for Musica ‘Jimi Hendrix’ illustration (TJDR).
Mia Hohls creates her bold pieces by using a variety of techniques. She sketches intricate drawings, paints and is a genius with photoshop. She also designs logos and is well known for her ultra cool posters