ARTISTIC ILLUSTRATION ESSEX

However much modern technology impresses, CGI in films and lifelike 3D renders, 'old school' art and illustration has endured for centuries and has it's own distinctive appeal. Wisdom Design have the flair to illustrate whatever is required and in the style of the period to which the project relates. Here are a few examples to show this strength in depth. Sometimes there really is nothing like the allure of a 'real' drawing of a pretty scene in Essex, artistic designs for greetings cards or cartoons for newsletters.

Painting Commission Burnham Overy Staithe Windmill
Painting Commissions
Burnham Overy Staithe Windmill in Norfolk, England - painted in response to an enquiry for a commissioned watercolour by a client. More illustrations of England in our blog at www.theartofengland.co.uk
Artistic Illustration
Illustrations for Collectors Cards
Pencil and marker illustration of the 1953 Le Mans winning C-Type Jaguar driven by Rolt and Hamilton in the S5.0 class. One of hundreds of illustrations for Golden Era Collectors Cards (co-owned by Rob in the 1980s)
Artistic Illustrations of London
London Illustrations
The best of British captured in pen and ink, watercolour and marker. This image of The Palace of Westminster, and other London and English Scenes can be found by visiting www.the artofengland.co.uk
Gouche Painting illustrated for Woolpack Bar Bistro
Essex Bistro Gouche Painting
The Woolpack boasted traditional fayre and good old fashioned service, and so, this illustration was created for their marketing, paying homage to the great railway posters of yesteryear. Featured on a poster at local stations.
Artistic Illustrations
Tractor Illustrations for Calendar
This illustration graced the pages of a special promotional calendar for Second Sight Productions. Aimed at classic tractor fanatics, it featured important agricultural machinery spanning many decades.
Artistic Illustration
Local Illustrations and Sketches
The closest landmark to the Wisdom Design offices is perhaps the Tiptree Windmill, not 3 miles from our door. It was illustrated in pen and ink shortly after a liberal dose of snowfall a few years ago.