Illustrators, water colourists, graphic designers and painters; we round up the best new artists to join King & McGaw in 2015.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jen creates beautiful acrylic and watercolour masterpieces. A delicate balance of nature-based shapes overlaid and transformed, these are artworks that calls for an extra large size.
Born in Dublin, Fintan spent his adult life in Ireland, Spain and Germany, where he now lives. His work uses a variety of techniques – pouring, tipping, tilting – to create abstract art which resembles extraordinary landscapes and human forms.
Madeleine’s great love of printing lured her away from illustration to pursue printmaking full time. Collage, ink and patterned surfaces combine to create this charming print collection.
Amy is a an Australian-born, London-based artist and textile designer. Matching eye-popping colour with hand-painted technique, this collection brings to life Amy’s signature designs.
Charlene is a London-based designer specialising in surface pattern. Her charming illustrations of cityscapes and nature scenes have a wonderful narrative threaded through them.
Sarah Evans founded Oscar Francis in 2013. A qualified architect, Sarah worked in the industry for 15 years before diversifying into architecturally inspired prints and textiles. Sarah takes typical examples of modern and classic British architecture and re-imagines them in stunning prints and patterns.
Gillian Martin is a UK designer and illustrator living by the sea. Strongly influenced by all things mid-century, Gillian combines traditional ink and paint with digital medias to create quirky illustrations.
Brighton-based illustrator, Sean Sims holds a lifetime passion for mid-twentieth century design. Sean’s vibrantly-coloured prints uniquely capture the playful fun of the period and are guaranteed to raise a very wide smile.
Benny Pettersson is a landscape and city photographer based in Sweden. The changing weather, the beautiful lakes and the atmospheric skies form the subject of Benny’s landscapes; this is Scandi nature photography at its best.
Stockport-based artist and illustrator Alan Dalby combines his fascination with the animal kingdom with an an affection for tessellation and geometric shapes. The result? Fun artworks that are perfect for the modern design enthusiast.
Scottish home interiors company bluebellgray was established in 2009 by Glasgow School of Art graduate Fi Douglas. Inspired by a love of colour and all things floral, her hand-painted designs are fresh and modern.
When Emma moved to St Ives, Cornwall in 1997, she threw herself wholeheartedly into producing painting collections inspired by the world around her. These vibrant prints capture the simple beauty alongside the hustle and bustle of this Cornish town.