You, Me and Thing

Alex T Smith's delightful illustrations adorn bestselling author, Karen McCombie's You, Me and Thing: The Curse of the Jelly Babies published by Faber this month. This is the first in the series about a strange, small something that lives at the bottom of Ruby Morgan and Jackson Miller's back gardens. Alex's illustrations are a perfect foil for this story about friendship, secrets, magic and BIG trouble.

Alex T Smith is represented by Arena

Oh, Jack!

Oxford University Press have just published the traditional folk tale, Oh, Jack! , illustrated by Teresa Murfin.

 

Jack is great at finding jobs but he’s also terrible at holding any of them down. His poor mother is driven to distraction after Jack loses job, after job, after job. However, all is not lost. Jack’s antics eventually win him the hand of a fair maiden who he made laugh and they lived happily ever after.

Teresa's charming illustrations for Oh, Jack! are part of a series of 40 stories taken from around the world which form part of the Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales.

Teresa Murfin is represented by Arena

Monstrous Book of Monsters

Jonny Duddle and Aleksei Bitskoff have teamed up to illustrate The Monstrous Book of Monsters, published by Templar this month. The book is written in notebook form with pop-up and lift-up elements for readers to delve into. It's packed with plenty of foul facts on how to spot and avoid monsters, including defensive tactics, monstrous infections, monster myths and monster mysteries.

This is Aleksei's debut picture book, and Jonny's second book with Templar, following his hugely successful picture book The Pirate Cruncher.

Jonny Duddle and Aleksei Bitskoff are represented by Arena


Chris Labrooy

Among our most exciting recent signings is the brilliant Chris Labrooy. After graduating from the RCA with an MA in design products, Chris first began to use 3D as a simple tool to visualise ideas for furniture and products that he could not afford to produce. As 3D technology and hardware evolved, Chris saw an opportunity to explore CGI as a creative medium in itself with which he could subvert and twist familiar everyday things into new typographic and sculptural forms. Chris LaBrooy is interested in the intersection between typography, architecture, product design and visual art as these images here show.

Chris Labrooy is represented by Debut Art

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