Happy Holidays from Serge Bloch
19th Century Spanish Gems, a new music album illustrated and designed by Enrique Moreiro was recently presented in a concert at the Escuela Superior de Canto, Madrid. The double CD album treasures an important collection of 19th Century Spanish songs rescued from oblivion in this most exquisite interpretation by David Gonzalez, Teresa Barrientos, and Hugo
Enrique-Cagnolo, under the auspices of DYFSA.
This image by our artist Pierre Mornet was selected by the Society of Illustrators in NYC to appear in their annual exhibition coming up in the beginning of 2015.
Client: Washington Post
Art: Guilty Pleasures
Marlena Agency is proud to announce that our artist Serge Bloch has been awarded a Gold Medal by the Society of Illustrators 57
Lorenzo Petrantoni featured in the Water Tank Project in NYC!
A water tank at 393 West Broadway in SoHo • NYC
"Inside Vladimir Putin’s head”, published by La Maleta de Portbou, written by Michel Etchaninoff, illustrated by Pep Montserrat.
Could Russian philosophy help us to understand Vladimir Putin’s strategy? This idea is far from absurd, since in the Kremlin wind blows in direction of the new prophets of conservatism, the Russian Via and Euroasian Empire.
Paul Zwolak's poster done for Frogs Are Green will be among the artwork to be displayed on a billboard in Times Square Thursday, July 24th between 8-9 pm on Broadway and 46th street as part of the SeeMe TakeOver at Times Square
Pierre Mornet’s illustration for Prada on the cover of the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 55
© Pierre Mornet for Prada
Norman A. Sugarman Children's Biography Award Ceremony for Marcel Marceau illustrated by Gerard DuBois
International Motion Art Awards
Music Video for the Green Like July song “Moving to the City"
By Olimpia Zagnoli
Marlena Agency is proud to present Serge Bloch’s opening reception of the
“Many Faces” exhibition on June 5th, from 6-9p.m. at the Michele Mariaud
Gallery (153 Lafayette St, 4th floor in Soho). Please join us in celebrating his work!
We are happy to share this promo about Lorenzo Petrantoni's latest project for “Unicum”,
the Hungarian herbal liqueur.
Belarus is hosting Ice Hockey World Championship while in the meantime human rights violations occur everyday…
This is #NotOk! We need you to spread the word: share this video!
Video by Serge Bloch
Unicum is a Hungarian brand known for its excellent bitters. Created over two centuries ago by Dr. Joseph Zwack, physician to Emperor Joseph II, it can certainly boast a rich and prestigious history. This brand new series called Character Unicum Limited Edition was created in collaboration with Milan-based illustrator Lorenzo Petrantoni, making remarkable not only for its organoleptic properties, but also from an aesthetic point of view as well.
Spanish Edition of Vanity Fair named Javier Jaen one of the 30 most succesful people in Spain under 30 years old. As a child Javier wanted to be a baker but started drawing instead and now his illustrations are regularly on the pages of El Pais, the New Yorker, the New York Times, Washington Post, Time Magazine, Atlantic Monthly and other major US newspapers. Javier joined our Agency in the beginning of 2014.
Anne-lise Boutin for The New York Times, Sunday Review, Gardening for Climate Change by James Barilla, May 3, 2014
4 images by Jean-François Martin selected by American Illustration, for a book project about the character “MOU” (soft) who leads an uneventful life.
Catalonia is not only a home to a beautful art of Gaudi, Picasso and Miro but also to great food.
Here is a holiday recipe from our Barcelona-based artist Miguel Montaner…enjoy!
This year, Paul Zwolak continues his homage to famous artistic geniuses for Easter…
We are so pleased to introduce Salvador Bunny & The Persistence of Chocolate!
"Welcome to OZ", new Olimplia Zagnoli's exhibition in Tokyo.
Opening party April 16th atg 5:30 pm. Yoygi Art Galery, 3-62-3 Sendagaya Shibuya-ku
Tokyo, 151-0051, Japan
A third mystery by Diane Gilbert Madsen with the cover illustrated by our artist, Roland Sarkany. “The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper,” published by MX Publishing in London, will be launched on May 22nd
Serge Bloch's app for I can’t wait is available on iTunes
You can buy it here
A clock designed by Javier Jaén.
You can buy it here
Selçuk Demirel’s new exhibition at the French Institute of Istanbul, Turkey.
Opening on April 2, 2014 at 7pm
The exhibition will remain open until August 31st.
Janek Bajtlik at the opening of his show of posters yesterday. You may still see his work at Cristina Dos Santos Gallery till February 20th
Despite a bad weather in New York today February 13, the opening of a show of posters by Jan Bajtlik will take place as planned this evening.
We hope you can join us!
Image created by Serge Bloch for the International Federation of Human Rights about the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi
"Andrew came to me as a figure standing in the snow and holding an infant in his arms... he was in front of the door, with the snow coming down on his Yankee hat...." this is how Doctorow remembers the birth of the hero of his latest book, Andrew in the recent interview with Charlie Rose. The cover of the book just published by Random House was illustrated by our artist, Gerard Dubois. Art director: Robin Schiff.
What our family did in 2013 by Francesco Bongiorni
Art done for the Wall Street Journal.
Art director: Keith Webb.
Andre da Loba, Javier Jaen and Olimpia Zagnoli (all represented by Marlena Agency) were recently selected by the New York Times op-ed page creatives as those who illustrated the most memorable art during 2013. Only a select group of 20+ illustrators were chosen by the New York Times, among hundreds of illustrators who contribute to the paper annually.
Tuttodupezzo is an animated theater play [by Andre Da Loba] about a man that is all in one piece. Perfect. Pristine. Unaffected by his surroundings. One day he falls into a hole. Breaks in three. And his perception of life changes... . From the original idea of Cristina Bellemo for the book Tuttodunpezzo to be published by Topipittori in the Spring 2014.
This video was awarded a Gold medal by the Society of Illustrators (Moving Image category).
Waldemar Swierzy, one of the great masters of the acclaimed Polish school of poster art, passed away in Warsaw on November 27 at the age of 82. Swierzy created more than 2500 posters during his life, many of them of famous musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Charles Mingus, Thelonius Monk, and Jimi Hendrix. His circus posters were equally prized around the world. Swierzy's illustrations also graced a variety of other media from magazines and books to CD covers. During the years that Marlena Agency represented Swierzy in the USA, his clients included The New Yorker, UK&USA Magazine, United Airlines' Hemispheres Magazine, The Big Apple Circus, Capitol Records and Bertelsmann.
Swierzy worked in a very traditional way. Though generally asked by American clients to submit sketches before creating final art, he always insisted on going directly to finished illustrations. The end result was always stunning and no one was ever disappointed. Waldemar Swierzy leaves behind an inventive and powerful body of work that will continue to influence the world of art for generations to come.
Selçuk Demirel's new book, Fashion Show, prefaced by Orham Pamuk (Nobel Prize in Literature in 2006).
Our Italian artist Gianni De Conno will be the special guest of the International Exhibition of Contemporary Illustrators in Cremona, Italy.
The opening will be on Saturday, December 7 and the exhibition will remain open until February 2, 2014.
An exhibition of our French artist Antoine Guilloppé opens today December 3rd for 2 months in Issy-Les-Moulineaux (Paris).
"From shadow to light" showcases Antoine's amazing work with black and white.
Fred Benaglia's latest book of his series "Petit Dernier" (Little One) was published in November. "Cache-Cache Noel" is the 6th book of this series of the Crumpets' Family.
Serge Bloch in Moscow with Sergei Nikitin, director of Amnesty International's Moscow office, for the publication of The Enemy: A Book About Peace in Russian.
The Enemy was written by Davide Cali and illustrated by Serge Bloch.
Oreste Zevola's latest work is being showcased in the FOOF Museo del Cane, the first Dog Museum in Italy.
Our new artist, Miguel Montaner. Go to his page to see more samples of his work
To celebrate the 120th anniversary of the French brand Petit Bateau, Serge Bloch illustrated a Catalogue of silly things, for young and old alike!
Serge Bloch at the American Illustration 32 Live Cover Project on 10/27 in NYC, creating book covers for the next AI 32 book
Our artist Jan Bajtlik did these posters for Krakow (an old capital of Poland) which was named by Uncesco the city of literature. Bajtlik did several workshops for children teaching them typography.
here is a second book about new adventures of Brownie Groundhog illustrated by Carmen Segovia and published by Sterling
Marlena Agency is proud to announce that French illustrator Pierre Mornet created 2 beautiful illustrations for the murals of the Miuccia Prada, Spring/Summer 2014 Women Fashion Show in Milan on September 19th.
A interview with Pierre Mornet regarding his work, inspiration and the Prada murals can be watched here. Murals were painted by muralist Gionata Gesi aka "Ozmo".
Here's the latest video by Olimpia Zagnoli created for Green Like July's "Moving To The City".
You may also see images used in it by clicking here.
Christian Roux's exhibition in Paris from 9/11 to 9/25.
Opening night on 9/11 from 4-9pm.
Christian Roux will present and sign his latest book "la boîte à lettres".
Lorenzo Petrantoni's work is being showcased at the famous Le Bon Marche, an exclusive mall in Paris on the left bank. He carefully assembled 23,000 pieces of collage paper to create this amazing exhibit that lasts until September 28th. If you're in Paris this month, you must see it!
We've just moved!!!
Our address is 278 Hamilton Ave., Princeton NJ, 08540
Everything else stays the same.
Illustrated by Paul Zwolak
Here is our new illustrator, Natalya Balnova
The New York Times article illustrated by Lorenzo Petrantoni. Click here for online version
The Wall Street Journal article about House exchange between Los Angeles and New York.illustrated by Fred Benaglia. AD: Christian Drury. Click here for online version
will take place in Paris from May 24th to June 19th.
Opening night on May 23rd at 7pm!
Galerie Barbier & Mathon, 10 rue Choron, 75009 Paris,
Métro Notre-Dame de Lorette, Saint-Georges, Cadet.
Thursday, May 9th, at 9:30 p.m. there will be a reception and exhibition for Polish artist, Tomasz Walenta of Marlena Agency, who has worked closely with Time Magazine over the past 2 years.
He will present the works he created for Time Magazine, as well as posters he's created for various theaters including La Mama in NYC.
6:30 p.m. - the first film is presented, followed by another at 8 p.m. In order to see these free films you MUST REGISTER ASAP at the following link as there is limited seating. You will also find more information about the films here.
We hope you will join us for this cultural evening of film & art!
New cover illustration for Newsweek by Lorenzo Petrantoni
Disgraced ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner is thinking about running for mayor of New York City.
Weiner's portrait by Tomasz Walenta for Time Magazine
Suitcase created for Samsonite, decorated with an illustration by Lorenzo Petrantoni, (only 100) for the Milan Furniture Fair 2013
Serge Bloch's work has been SELECTED to appear in the American Illustration 32 annual book. Client: Marlena Agency
Wrapping paper by Lasse Skarbovik done for Urban Graphics in UK.
This image is accepted for the next "Society of Illustrators Annual" and exhibition.
Scott McKowen's 2012-13 season poster for Theatre Calgary, illustrating the concept of "Emotional Intelligence" will also be featured in upcoming Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2013.
Illustrations by our artist André da Loba have been accepted by the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2013!.
Illustration by our artist Lorenzo Petrantoni have been accepted by the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2013!
"Monsieur Marceau" illustrated by Gerard DuBois and published by Neal Porter Books just won NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for children
"Guns in USA" a personal work by Lauren Rolwing, a part of Marlena Agency artists' campaign against gun-violence in USA and around the world.
"Guns in USA" a personal work by Selçuk Demirel, a part of Marlena Agency artists' campaign against gun-violence in USA and around the world.
A poster and two images created for collective exhibition of italian illustrators, designed by Umberto Mischi.
The exhibition will be open until the end of the year
and it will be on display at: De fil en café, 87, Rue de Paris, Batiment D
A New Birth of Politics, Time Magazine article illustrated by Pep Montserrat
Abe Lincoln cuts all kinds of deals to do great things.
Now is our turn
The Heiress a new play by playwright and director Moisés Kaufman, currently shown in New York City.
Illustration for New Yorker by Pierre Mornet
We wish you the best for the Holiday Season from everyone at Marlena Agency.
There is so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, we hope you have a great one...enjoy Pau Zwolak's Thanksgiving illustration!
My piece for the Interior Design Biennale in Paris has just been awarded by Lux Magazine in the poster category.— Gerard DuBois
Francesco Bongiorni's illustration "Satire in the time of terror" for Listen Magazine is a winner of the Creative Quarterly Review 29.
Marlena Agency invites you to Lorenzo Petrantoni's first art show in New York City,
opening Thursday, October 4th at 6pm.
Client: Time magazine
Subject: Check, Please. Fact-checking has been good news in 2012, but it is only a start.
by Lincoln Agnew
Rivals Try to Beat Apple to the Punch", an article in Corporate News section of The Wall Stree Journal, illustrated by Serge Bloch
A new piece about London will run in the Post every day of the Olympics (except Sundays and Mondays when the paper doesn't publish). — Gary Clement
In August our artist Linda Helton is presenting her paintings of people and their pets in the show in Dallas called " Best Friends"
Agata Nowicka and Dawid Ryski are showing their work together with other Polish illustrators in a show called "Debt". It opens Friday June 29th in Manhattan at the Living Theatre, 21 Clinton St at 6:30 pm.
A chance to see contemporary Polish poster and illustration direct from Poland.