Thursday, 28 January 2010

Ingela's designs at the Formex Nordic fair!

Ingela Peterson Arrhenius continues to shine, with her playful artworks being used for OMM Design's children's nesting dolls and 2D puzzles. She has recently showcased these fabulous creations at the Formex Nordic fair in Stockholm - the largest professional expo celebrating the rich and unique talents in Nordic design today.

Ingela Peterson Arrhenius

Plush Toys from Ingela!

Talented Swedish artist, Ingela Peterson Arrhenius, has been very busy of late designing some wonderful characters for a Korean company producing plush toys. Her simple graphic designs have been faithfully reproduced in 3D form to create these cute soft toys, which will be the perfect addition to any discerning child's nursery! See the below and click to see more of Ingela's unique work:

Ingela Peterson Arrhenius

Friday, 22 January 2010

Ben Mounsey in Computer Arts Magazine

Check out our artist Ben Mounsey's tutorial in the latest copy of Computer Arts magazine( February 2010 issue) and learn how to create some cracking artwork using computer techniques with his great step by step lesson in creativity. Pick up a copy and get learning!

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Sam Church on CBBC!

Following the success of Ben Mounsey on CBeebies, now Sam Church has been given the opportunity too. Sam's wonderful illustrations can be seen on Driver Dan's Story Train for the story entitled 'I can do, You can do' and is a must see for those with young children. Click below to watch:

More CBBC work from Ben Mounsey

CBBC loved Ben Mounsey's work so much, that they commissioned him a second time for another fun story on Driver Dan's Story Train. This time the story is called 'What's wrong with Angus?' and you can see if my clicking on the link. He's proving a sure fire hit with the little ones:

Ben on CBeebies

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Ben Mounsey on CBBC!

Great news for Ben Mounsey this week, as his illustrations for 'Pirate Pete' finally hit our TV screens on CBBC's 'Driver Dan's Story Train'. See his fabulous work, by clicking the link here: Ben Mounsey

It comes in around 6:45mins into the programme, but hurry as it'll only be online for 1 week! Here are some images of the work he did for them: