Jordan Atkinson, Eleanor Bowley, Football Heroes, & Artwork by See
Having previously worked for streetwear label Criminal Clothing as graphic designer, Jordan Atkinson has recently returned to the UK after living in Sydney Australia for 9 months.
With pieces helping Jordan to switch titles from Graphic Designer to Illustrator to Artist, Jordans work varies by medium to encompass striking graphic work to detailed pencil art.
Jordan Atkinson exhibited pieces in the lounge at Margin in July 2006.
Before even graduating this year from the Arts Institute of Bournemouth with a degree in Illustration, Eleanor Bowley has already come to the attention of the fashion world.
With her unique style of creating images from stitching and trimmings on recycled fabrics, Eleanor was commissioned as part of her final year project to design a range of clothes sold within the Urban Renewal area of Urban Outfitters.
Eleanor Bowley exhibited pieces in the lounge at Margin in July 2006.
To wrap up the Summer of football and remember the World Cup, prints from the collectors picture album ‘Football Heroes’ were on display at Margin London in July 2006.
Featuring 60 World Cup teams, ‘Football Heroes’ pictures all the 2006 qualifiers plus the most famous teams from World Cup history, including England 1966. It contains over 700 individual player portraits drawn by 50 illustrators from 17 different countries.
‘Football Heroes’ is a non-profit project. All the illustrators involved have donated their time and talent for the love of the game. The book was conceived and designed by Jerzovskaja and Ashi, two Swiss illustrators obsessed with football, sticker albums and illustration.
Football Heroes exhibited pieces in the lounge at Margin in July 2006.
Art work by “See
Contemporary abstract work, utilising aerosol techniques with vivid colour mixes and hints of chrome.
Influences include Graffiti, John Hoyland, Manga and skies lines to name but a few.
Exploring abstract proportions and playing with both bright and soft colouring, making work suitable for not only for student gaffs but also in luxury flats and inner city apartments.
Fusing the art work with sign making vinyl’s and alternative substrates the work becomes a 3 dimensional piece.
These are niche interior décor pieces and large scale installations. Interiors Clients include Selfridges, Popcorn Design and Radiator PR.
Art work by “See exhibited pieces in the lounge at Margin in July 2006.