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Routemaster Bus Posters by Paul Catherall
Paul Catherall has illustrated a series of posters for the new Routemaster Bus at The London Transport Museum. The images were launched in an exhibition on Friday 28th November at an event entitled 'Paint the Town Red'.
Going Green by Richard Williams
Richard Williams has been successfully chosen to be included in the Prize for Illustration 2015, at the London Transport Museum. His entry is entitled 'Going Green' and the theme this year is London Places and Spaces. The top 100 entries are selected by a panel of judges and will be displayed in an exhibition in London which will run from May to August 2015. The winners will be announced at a private award ceremony that will take place in early May 2015.
Never Hide Ray Ban Campaign - James Paterson
James Paterson has illustrated for the latest Ray Ban Never Hide Campaign. James worked in collaboration with Groupe Publicis Paris to produced this dazzling new image. Ray Ban first designed the Wayfarer in 1952 and soon became a Hollywood classic as worn by James Dean in the 1955 motion picture Rebel Without a Cause. James's recent illustration means he is now a part of fashion history, with this new classic the Wayfarer fleck. To see more of his work please visit his portfolio page or https://www.facebook.com/theartmarketuk
Textiles get fishy with Gillian Martin
Gillian Martin has been busy creating countless designs for Christmas cards, gift wrap and homeware items. To see more of Gillian's work then please visit her portfolio page.