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Dominic Trevett – Karl Pilkington’s “The Further Adventure’s of an Idiot Abroad”

The latest Karl Pilkington book "The Further Adventures Of An Idiot Abroad" was released recently, illustrated throughout by Dominic Trevett . Dominic worked closely with the lovely folk at Canongate Books to produce an array of charming illustrations, maps and hand written elements to embellish each page and help document Karl's adventures across the globe as he attempts to undertake his Bucket List of '100 Things to Do Before You Die'.

Dominic Trevett is represented by Debut Art

Steve May Wins Gold Award: Images 36

Congratulations to Steve May, who won a Gold Award in the New Media category of the Association of Illustrator's competition Images 36: Best of British Illustration 2012. Steve's short animated film Anger, was commissioned by Picasso Pictures for the charity Reach Out and is about teenagers dealing with anger management issues.
Somerset House hosted the award ceremony and exhibition which showcases the winning work of over 50 artists and is on until 28th October in the Terrace Rooms, South Wing.
Steve May is represented by Arena

Kristyna Litten’s City Skyline of Rome

Rome: A 3-D Expanding City Skyline is published this month by Walker Books. Presented in a beautiful slipcase, this pocket guidebook features twelve of Rome’s most famous sites such as the Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican City - all stylishly illustrated by Kristyna Litten. This is the second in the City Skyline series that she has illustrated, the first being Hong Kong and Macau.

Kristyna Litten is represented by Arena

Published This Month: Claude In The Country by Alex T Smith

Published this month by Hodder Children's Books, Claude In The Country is the fourth title in the series written and illustrated by Alex T Smith. Claude is a small, plump dog who wears a beret and a lovely jumper and leads an extraordinary life. A quiet walk in the country turns into a busy day on the farm when Claude ends up mucking out the pigs, feeding the chickens, and lassoing a fearsome bull!
Alex has achieved great things for such a relative newcomer. Claude is his first fiction series and Claude In The City was selected for the Richard and Judy Children's Book Club 2011 and shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2012. Two more titles will be published in 2013 and Claude has been translated into seven languages with foreign sales in over 10 countries across the globe.
Alex T. Smith is represented by Arena

Marta Antelo for Adelaide Hospital

Marta Antelo was commissioned to illustrate a mural for the women and children's Gamma suite at Adelaide hospital.

The aquatic scene features a friendly mermaid, a smiling whale and an array of happy fish.
The image looks wonderful on the wall and makes for a welcoming environment for children having tests, helping to reassure them. Marta Antelo is represented by Eastwing

The Wolves Of Willoughby Chase

This masterpiece drawn by Rohan Eason appears on the front cover of the childrens' classic 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase'. Published by Vintage, Rohan has also illustrated the sequel 'Black Hearts in Battersea' due out this month. He says "...the last illustrator to do them was one of my favourites, Edward Gorey, so I was very excited to be given the chance to do the new versions."

Rohan Eason is represented by Illustration

Hotel Premiere Classe

A range of comical characters produced by Chris Boyd illustrate these stories for children. Commissioned by PONK for Hotel Premiere Classe in France, the images which are being used in a leaflet include Le Petit Poucet (Tom Thumb) and Cendrillon (Cinderella) - with a slightly modern twist!

 

Chris Boyd is represented by Illustration

Tie Rack

In stores now, these wonderful creations in line have been produced by Jacqueline Bissett for Tie Rack. It's an ongoing campaign for the Tie Rack windows and has seen Jacqueline already produce 20 line and wash illustrations of men and women. Accessories have then been superimposed on the characters and feature 2m high in their windows throughout the UK aswell as the Tie Rack website.

Jacqueline Bisset is represented by Illustration

Puppets for Ted Baker

Ted Baker, who are a great supporter of illustration, commissioned Jerry LoFaro to create two hyper real puppet characters for their new fashion eyewear campaign. Originally planning to make actual models, and then use photography, Ted Baker realised that a better result could be achieved through illustration. They were so happy with the results and Jerry’s work, that they have just commissioned a further set from him which will be seen later this year.

Jerry LoFaro is represented by Phosphor Art

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