21 February 2005
Digital Vision is launching ten distinctive new titles as part of its growing Illustration collection. Nine of the titles will be available on CD and one will be available on DVD. Each title contains a minimum of fifty images by an individual artist and innovatively fulfil the need for a wider variety of subjects and styles in this area of commercial imagery.
The new illustration titles were created to a specific brief based on feedback from customers and the company’s Picture Research Department. This approach allows Digital Vision to respond quickly to the changing needs of the royalty-free stock image market by identifying areas where there is little or no development.
Created by ten outstanding commercial artists, exclusively for Digital Vision and specifically for the UK and North America markets, the emphasis is on unique, illustrative, imagery with the highest creative and production values.
Highlights of the series include, the simple but distinctive imagery of Justine Beckett’s Lifelines, the futuristic fantasy world of Steve and Ghy Sampson’s Mighty Manga and Rob Heasley contributes a dude for every occasion with his compilation Hey Dude.
Paul Luke provides us with an insight into urban sophistication with Metro life and Big Ideas by Nick Henderson presents imagery that is dark, mysterious and surreal.
With Urban Vibe, Benjamin Wachwnje adds a streetwise flava where the fur
clad ladies mix it up with the DJ boys and John Richardson portrays comic book beefcake and cheesecake in Kerpow .
Other highlights include Globetrotting by Nigel Sandor and Happy Days by Eva Byrne.
See the new titles plus thousands of new and regularly updated images on www.digitalvision.com
Kieran Mahon: Type: email@example.com, Chat: 020 7378 5685. Turf: Digital Vision Ltd, India House, 45 Curlew Street, London, SE1 2ND.