Eamo Donnelly | Illustrator www.eamo.com.au


Specializing in illustration for

Magazine Editorial | Advertising | Publishing | Children's Books | Character Design | Wallpaper | Stock | Licensing | Apparel | Toys


Selected Client List

Advertising Age | American Airlines | Billboard | Blender | Complex | ESPN | Maxim | Men's Health | Playboy | Rolling Stone

Runners Word | GQ | Nike 6.0 | VH1 | Mountain Dew | Redbull | Ripcurl | Triple J Mag | Golden Plains Music Festival


All illustrations, artworks and images are Copyright © 2011 Eamon Donnelly eamo.com.au © All Rights Reserved.

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Monday, April 30, 2012

NEW BLOG ON TUMBLR!

Head over to my new Tumblr blog for all the latest news! This will be the last post here on Blogger. http://eamodonnelly.tumblr.com/

Monday, January 30, 2012

Island Continent Studio


This is the blog for my new design studio Island Continent which is set to launch in February specialising in all things fashion, design, art and Oz. After a solid and successful 8 years, working for some incredible dream clients, awards in NY and Cannes, breaking into the US Editorial market and fulfilling my childhood dream of illustrating for USA Rolling Stone, it's time for a kit-kat and a well earned good nights sleep. So I am scaling back my illustration commissions for 2012 and only taking on special projects for the immediate future. To keep up with all the action follow the tumblr for Island Continent where my 30 years of Archives will be unleashed in full technicolor glory. <3 http://www.islandcontinent.com.au/ 

Friday, July 15, 2011

Great Big Book of Fashion Illustration By Martin Dawber

Great Big Book of Fashion Illustration By Martin Dawber is being released this September in the UK and October in the US. I was invited to participate in the book by the fantastic Martin whom has written several book on illustration particularly in the fashion illustration genre. Released in 5 languages by Batsford LTD and featuring over 1000 fashion illustrations from across the globe (including Australia:) on 416 pages, I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy.

"The visual bible for fashion illustrators, the Bigger Book of Fashion Illustration is now in its second edition, with all-new content. It provides the best and most exciting fashion illustration from around the world today, from France to Australia, India to Mexico. Digital masterpieces as well as traditional drawing and painting are included in this unprecedented display of fashion expression. Every kind of fashion is covered, from women's couture to tweenies, from lingerie to lipstick, swimwear to separates. Plus new for this edition, a range of fashion sketchbook work for insight into the creative and technical process. With over 1000 illustrations, the book is an invaluable acquisition for students and college libraries internationally but should be on the shelf of all those involved in fashion and graphic design as fashion illustration continues its onslaught on today's media."

"Martin Dawber is the Principal Lecturer in Fashion at the Liverpool John Moores University where he has taught for the last 30 years. He is the author of New Fashion Illustration, New Fashion Prints and the bestselling Big Book of Fashion Illustration. He lives in Southport, Merseyside."

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Great-Big-Book-Fashion-Illustration/dp/1849940037

Friday, July 1, 2011

LIFE Exhibition East Gallery London Opening tonight 5pm


For everyone in London, opening tonight the 1st of July at East Gallery is the "Life" Exhibition featuring Australian Artists. Raising money for the charity RED. 5pm, East Gallery, 214 Brick Lane, London.

Checkout the preview of my 2 colour screenprinted piece below, which was also used for the flyers. There's an after party too. Full details can be found here - http://heapsgood.co.uk/life

Newsweek & Bloomberg Businessweek


While everyone on the planet is debating this week's cover of Newsweek featuring Diana at 50, there's also a comic amongst the issue I illustrated on the downfall of Charlie Sheen. Plus another 'weekly' Bloomberg Businessweek's current issue features my editorial illustration for the review of the latest tell all book about ESPN.




Friday, May 27, 2011

VCE STUDIO ARTS EXAM 2010

Something different. One of my artworks was referenced for questions on last years VCE Studio Arts Exam paper here in Victoria Australia. Takes me back to those uncomfortable plastic chairs and cold dusty exam rooms of Year 12. How strange life is.





ADVERTISING AGE MAGAZINE EDITORIAL

Advertising Age Magazine US got in touch to commission an illustration for an article titled "Why $#*! Our TV's Say Is No Longer Taboo" Little did I know that the issue would feature an illustration of The Simpsons! by Julius Preite who also illustrated the fabulous spread of The Simpsons go to Paris for Harpers Bazaar in August 2009.

You can read the full Ad Age article here, it's a great read http://adage.com/article/mediaworks/sex-obscenities-norm-broadcast-tv/226990/ Thanks to Jesper from Ad Age for the great commission.



Eamo's Kids now on Jacky Winter


'LIFE' Exhibition East Gallery London

I'm super excited to be a part of this incredible show in London of Australian Artists. And was lucky enough to have part of my piece for the show featured on the flyer. Anyone in London on the 1st of July head down to East Gallery, proceeds from sales going to RED,  a good cause. Thanks to Jimmy from Heaps Good. Details on the show below. And a special preview of my piece closer to the show's opening.



Life
 is the debut UK exhibition curated by Heaps Good, showcasing 19 of Australia’s leading emerging and established artists with the aim of raising funds and awareness for (RED).

On show between 1st – 6th July at 
East Gallery, London – this groundbreaking exhibition features work from artists:
JEREMYVILLE / WE BUY YOUR KIDS / JONATHAN ZAWADA / REG MOMBASSA / EAMO DONNELLY / KAREENA ZEREFOS / TIMBA SMITS / SARAH LARNACH / LILLY PIRI / BEN BROWN / RILLA ALEXANDER / ALTER / BEASTMAN / JAMES GULLIVER / NUMSKULL / KATE BANAZI / EXPIALIDOCIOUS / JAMES KAPE / JAMES MCNAMARA.

This diverse group covers a wide range of Australian visual creativity and even brings in some old faces of uniquely important aesthetics from Australia. 
Each artist has created a two-colour screen printed poster (one colour being red) to the theme of ‘Life’. Heaps Good aim to raise awareness and funds for (RED). (RED) works with the world’s most iconic brands to make unique product items, giving up to 50 percent of their profits to invest in HIV and AIDS programs. Every dollar goes straight to the people who need it. Print Club London are facilitating the production of artworks and co-curating the show.
OPENING: 5pm, July 1 2011
East Gallery
214 Brick Lane, London, E1 6SA
United Kingdom

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