Andy Potts experimentation with 3-D imagery continues with two unique sci-fi illustrations of a head within an abstract scene. The first, entitled Scorch, shows tactile paint textures and dramatic lighting to match a hot palette. The second, entitled Fi, cools down the palette with glass-like effects on black from reflections of luminous objects in a […]
Andy Potts created two illustrations for the UK’s Boundless magazine for an article on the future of electric cars entitled, “An Electrifying Prospect?” Potts’ assignment was to create a dynamic composition within an urban environment using a selection of the cars mentioned in the feature. His blue-green rendering of electric cars depicts the subject well.
Andy Potts’ cover illustration for the paperback release The Cresswell Plot, by Elza Wass, in vivid color, began with an initial client sketch of a young woman standing next a tree. Potts developed a variety of color schemes and comps before arriving at his final illustrations with a type treatment by the book’s’ designer. Potts captured the feel of a magical forest–with […]
Andy Potts was recently commissioned to illustrate a cover for the Washington Post’s Real Estate section for an article on looking at the future of our homes. The illustration was created using high-impact color and reflections with 3D-modelling to bring the drone, pictured in the image above, to life for an article entitled, “To Innovation and Beyond.”
Andy Potts’ illustration, Brex, The Lionhearted, was selected as a finalist in The Great British Postcard competition. Potts’ colorful statement on wounded pride in the post-Brexit political era in the UK is represented by a lion–the symbol of Great Britain–sporting a broken leg. Cultural icon, John Lydon, better known as Johnny Rotten, judged and hosted the awards event in Camden, […]
Andy Potts’ amazing exploration of 3D techniques applied to his illustration and animation work. Potts’ presents variations on, ‘Zane,” using texture, shape, and color to add dimension to his highly-developed and well-conceived sci-fi design.
Here’s Andy Potts’ vivid illustration for the magazine, L’Acualite, on how an increasing demand for electric cars is creating business for Nemaska Lithium. The demand is so great, according to the feature article, that it’s revitalizing the local Shawinigan economy. Shawinigan is located on the Saint-Maurice River in Quebec, Canada. Potts’ editorial illustration of an electric car at […]
Andy Potts has created two illustrations for The Great British Postcard, a competition that solicits individuals to design a postcard, based upon their personal views, that best illustrates the state of the UK today. His first entry, ‘Brex the Lionheart,’ illustrates the country’s wounded pride. Potts’ suggests that an Elizabethan collar might help curb the lion’s self-harm. His second entry, ‘Keep Calm,’ is a playful […]
Andy Potts dynamic and colorful cover illustrations appear on ABRSM’s literature for music students. ABRSM is the UK’s largest music education group. Potts’ illustrations are featured here on the 2017/18 Piano Exam Pieces and Practice Notebook cover. This ongoing illustration project showcases the energetic and vibrant work Potts creates.
Virtual reality meets the ultimate driving machine in Andy Potts editorial illustration featured on Mercedes-Benz/Daimler’s website. His dramatic illustration, in fuchsia and midnight blue, references the virtual world a driver experiences when testing Mercedes-Benz Daimler’s ‘Ultimate Driving Simulator.’ Potts’ illustration accompanied an article on how a simulator provides streams of data from virtual conditions.
Andy Potts has illustrated the CD packaging for ‘Best Children’s Album’ Grammy Award-winning Secret Agent 23 Skidoo’s new Mozartistic EP release. Cactus Skidoo has collaborated with Asheville Symphony on a 5 song EP called ‘Mozartistic’ that mixes the world of Symphonic music, specifically Mozart’s works, with the world of hip hop. Andy rendered a piano-tinkling, […]
Andy Potts has illustrated two features for MED-EL Explore Magazine on living with cochlear implants for hearing loss. The theme of the issue is Time with the first feature, Time it Right!, looking at the factors informing the decision on when to have implants. The second, Living in the Moment, is about appreciating the present […]
Andy Potts recently illustrated an article on ‘Security in the Internet of Things’ for McKinsey on Semiconductors.
Andy Potts has been awarded a Merit at this year’s 3×3 Professional Show in the Gallery section for his Secret 7″ exhibition entry based on the single The Less I Know The Better by Tame Impala.
Andy Potts illustrated an article for Car And Driver called ‘The Fix Is In’ about how a software update can repair VW’s reputation after it’s diesel emissions ‘sleight of hand’ was exposed.
Andy Potts created this illustration for an article in the The Chronicle Review called Where Are Humans Headed? by Michael Ruse, an amusing review of a book called ‘Future Humans: Inside the Science of Our Continuing Evolution’. I based the character on this passage ‘Will we have massive brains, dwindling little bodies, and highly functional […]
Andy Potts entry for the AOI Prize for Illustration 2017 ‘Sonic City’ was chosen for the Sounds of the City exhibition at the London Transport Museum opening May 19th.
Andy Potts has been shortlisted for this year’s AOI World Illustration Awards with this promo poster, Adventures in a Land of Ever-changing Wax Grooves, for a regular music event in south London.
Andy Potts illustrated a recent cover for Canadian Lawyer magazine looking at the impact of artificial intelligence on the legal profession.
Andy Potts was commissioned to illustrate and design a poster for this year’s spectacular, but gruelling, Blue Ridge Marathon in Virginia.
Andy Potts is one of this year’s American Illustration 36 selected winners with this cover illustration for Nature Journal which will appear in the annual award book.