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60 Years of the Queen

Gail Armstrong produces a glorious cover illustration for the July issue of "Where? London" magazine. The issue celebrates 60 years since The Queen's Coronation and features related events and places of interest to visit around London. Gail's paper sculpture image is inspired by the crown jewels with the crenellations creating a skyline of some of London's notable landmarks. Art Director Tim Benton said of the piece "We were so impressed with Gail's unique craft. She has created a fantastic eye catching illustration for our 'Where?' cover to our exact specifications, whilst still putting a great deal of her own input into the work. She is a true artist...." The "note From the Editor" feature in the magazine also has a short piece with some photos about the making of the image; an added insight into Gail's creations.

Gail Armstrong is represented by Illustration

 

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Daniela Terrazzini for JJ Books, Brahma Dreaming

Here is a sneak peak of what our super talented Daniela Terrazzini has been working very hard on during the past few months, the second in the series of books by John Jackson, ‘Brahma Dreaming’.  Rave reviews are popping up everywhere ahead if it’s release in October, read the most recent one from The Guardian here. Turning her hand to black and white illustration, Daniela has proved this is no obstacle for her creating truly beautiful and captivating images. John Jackson is a master storyteller, his “intriguing versions of the tales of the Hindus’ great gods are graced by Daniela’s brilliantly reimagined illustrations of the deities, each a masterpiece of detail and drama, reminiscent of Dulac and Rackham, and the glorious ‘Golden Age’.” Brahma Dreaming will be available to buy from October 2013, you can pre-order your very own copy here.

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Daniela Terrazzini is represented by the Artworks

New Harry Potter covers, Illustrated by Andrew Davidson

Our amazingly talented Andrew Davidson was commissioned by Bloomsbury and Webb & Webb to create this stunning set of hand engraved illustrations for the new adult edition of the Harry Potter series. Through Andrew’s dramatic compositions and beautiful intricate details, he retells key scenes from the stories and creates a truly memorable and magical set of covers. Here are the engravings behind the vibrant covers unveiled in all their original glory. All seven books and the box set will be available to buy from September 2013.

Andrew Davidson is represented by the Artworks

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Chris Wormell’s stamps for the Royal Mail

The next set in this amazing series of stamps from Chris Wormell is out now and ready to be collected! These equally stunning stamps are just as vibrant and beautiful as the first. This series celebrates Freshwater life of the lakes. Look out for the last in this set of three coming soon…

Chris Wormell is represented by the Artworks

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Spike Gerrell: The Economist Science Feature

Spike Gerrell loves science, so he was chuffed to be asked to illustrate The Economist's Science and Technology feature about neuromorphic computing. Scientists want to make computers more like brains in the belief that humanity will, one day, end up not only with a better understanding of how the brain works, but also with better and smarter computers.

 

Spike Gerrell is represented by Arena

 

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Frances Castle: Edinburgh International Book Festival 2013

Frances Castle was commissioned to design another set of illuminated letters to celebrate this year's Edinburgh International Book Festival. Following on from the success of last year's Festival campaign, The Guardian asked her to illustrate three letters inspired by the theme of time and quotes by Margaret Atwood and Iain M. Banks.

Frances' illustrations can be seen at The Guardian's Spiegeltent on umbrellas, deck chairs, canvas bags and beer mats.

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Pastiche for Smithwicks beer

Pastiche just about has time to change brushes between paintings! His last exciting venture was a series of squirrel paintings in different styles ranging from Gainsborough to contemporary, for fine Irish Smithwicks beer. The poster and ad campaign through adam&eveDDB is backed up with a TV commercial, and the original painting are proudly hanging in the boardroom of Smithwicks head quarters.

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Pastiche is represented by Phosphor Art

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