We are delighted to welcome Kuri Huang to our agency. Inspired by the romantics of the Art Nouveau period and the conventions of Japanese Nihonga painting Kuri Huang has emerged as an original artist representing the exuberant energy of nature and the decorative symbolism of human and animal forms. Her narrative and explosive compositions for book covers, games, posters, packaging, and product licensing as well as environmental graphics have won her a legion of fans worldwide.
We are delighted to share a very small selection of images from Meilo So‘s recent collaboration with Chua Lam, much revered restaurant critic. His recently launched Dim Sum restaurant has opened to much acclaim and is lavished with exquisite images by this hugely talent artist. Her complete interior revamp and packaging range has brought a fresh and hugely engaging warmth to the brand.
From a series of images by Tatsuro Kiuchi‘s for UNIQLO’s environmental sustainability literature.
We are thrilled to announce that the terrific Ailsa Johnson has joined our wonderful collection of artists here at Killington Arts. Originally educated at the esteemed Edinburgh College of Art, Ailsa has lived and worked in London and Tokyo, drawing inspiration from a wide range of art forms including kimonos, folk art and the fine arts. The resulting images combine a cool graphic style with an engaging layered softness which has graced a collection editorial and design projects. Do take the time to view her ‘folio on-line here and drop us a line if you can to let us know your thoughts….
This powerful piece by Owen Freeman has taken an award at this year’s American Illustration Competition.
Thrilled to announce that Cat O’Neil has taken the Editorial award at this year’s Communication Arts Competition with her Debussy illustration for the New York Times. Congratulations Cat!
As it approaches its 20th anniversary, New York Magazine published a fascinating article looking back at the enduring influence of the film, The Matrix accompanied by a strong, brooding image by the wonderful Owen Freeman. The Matrix, it argues predicted a huge amount about 2019 two decades early.