Marcus Marritt was commissioned by Deft Touch Film to create illustrations for their film about Ferran Torres.
Three episodes film documents Torres’ journey to playing for FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team.
Marcus Marritt was recently commissioned to create a launch campaign for Sojourni.
Using his trademark clean lines and a restricted colour palette, Marcus created a series of illustrations enhancing to visit this charming rentals ski and activity resort in Chamonix.
Marcus Marritt created a visual recognition of the series ‘Bosch’ starring Titus Welliver.
The triptych is a part of Marcus’ ongoing personal project, ‘The Scenes I See’, inspired by the outstanding cinematography in the films and series.
Illustrator Marcus Marritt was recently commissioned by the team at Wired to shoot a special project for JP Morgan on the future of electric cars.
Marcus brought his bold and fun use of colour to the project, creating a graphic and impactful series full of life and movement.
Illustrator Marcus Marritt was commissioned by Team Scotland to honour the incredible Scottish athletes during the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Marcus illustrations were also used in the souvenir magazine.
Good luck to all competing!
Marcus Marritt was commissioned to create two posters for the centenary of the iconic Centre Court at Wimbledon.
Illustrating 2022, as well as heading back to 1922, Marcus created two striking pieces showcasing the architecture of the space.
Marcus Marritt was commissioned by the lovely team at Leith agency in Edinburgh to create a series of posters for Skills Development Scotland.
The campaign, ‘New Directions’ was a showcase for new jobs available in Scotland for those embarking on a their career, and those looking for a new one.
Illustrator Marcus Marritt was commissioned by the New Scientist to create both the cover as well as a feature image in the latest issue of the publication.
‘A New Dawn for Physics’ was the theme of the issue with a special on the Large Hadron Collider. Marcus brought his keen eye for composition and a restricted use of colour to create strikingly graphic images.
Marcus Marritt was commissioned to create two illustrations for the latest issue of the FC Bayern Munich magazine.
An avid football fan and player, Marcus illustrated an interview piece with the team’s sports psychologist, Dr Maximilian Pelka.
Marcus Marritt has recently launched his new book project, Home, in collaboration with Glasgow-based creative studio Pim-Pam.
Home brings together 30 of Marcus’ illustrations of iconic football stadiums from across the globe as well as the songs that go with them. Home is about community and the sense of unity that the great game can bring to people. To purchase Home, click here.
Marcus Marritt was recently commissioned to illustrate an article for New Scientist.
Marcus illustrated an article on taming big technology in the landmark case of Australia vs. Facebook.
Marcus Marritt was commissioned to illustrate the cover for Life Magazine, the internal magazine of French multinational Total.
On the theme of travel, Marcus created a wrap around illustration across the cover and back page.
Books By The Sea is a new initiative providing reading material to coastal communities.
Inspired by Little Free Library, Books By The Sea has a miniature free libraries dotted around the North East. Marcus was commissioned to create a series of images for the initiative in his trademark graphic style, using books as the inspiration.
Marcus Marritt was recently commissioned to create the summer campaign for Fever Tree.
Known for their premium tonic waters, Marcus took inspiration from alfresco summer drinking to create a series of images in his signature style playing with light and shadow.
Marcus Marritt was one of several illustrators who cerated an image for the In&Proud campaign.
Whilst the Pride Month of June is usually jam packed of parades and other special events across the world, this year has been a little different due to coronavirus. Marcus is well-known for this architectural work and has created a striking piece encouraging us to stay at home and stay safe!
Marcus Marritt was recently commissioned to create a series of illustrations for Barron’s (the Dow Jones magazine) on 5G in the US.
The story focused on the escalating tech rivalry between the USA and China.