Letter from Melbourne

David McConochie has been commissioned by Conde Nast Traveller Magazine to illustrate 'Letter from Melbourne' for their November 2013 issue.

David has used his blend of montage with blistering vibrant colours and exemplary attention to detail, to create an effortless narrative image which encompasses

David McConochie is represented by The Art Market

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Loving

Christopher Corr's vibrant painterly illustrations make 'Loving' by Henry Green a must for the book shelf. Published by The Folio Society, the story is set in Ireland during World War II and describes 'life above and below the stairs in Kinalty Castle'. Bound in cloth, the cover also adorns a design by Christopher; a book that's a treat for the mind and the eyes!

Christopher Corr is represented by Illustration

 

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India on Glass

Shailesh Khandeparkar's design for glass brings together pattern, shape and colour with much confidence. He was asked to work as art director and illustrator for this commission from a glass company in India who wanted to promote the Indian characters and visuals so typical of the country. Choosing The Mughal King of India as the main focus of the artwork, Shailesh's final piece will look stunning on the glassware.

Shailesh Khandeparkar is represented by Illustration

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E2 Living

Commissioned by Strudel, Montana Forbes has created some top drawings for The Colt E2 Brochure.
Montana was asked to produce five illustrations for the booklet which shows off a new living complex in East London's Bethnal Green. Each had to depict residents who would occupy the apartments, socialise and work in the surrounding areas. The results are great looking artworks, which work particularly well in the final design. Montana says "It was good fun and very interesting to make up the characters...the chosen demographic being 20-30....creative and fashion forward but very individual in look."

Montana Forbes is represented by Illustration Ltd

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Menagerie for Emma Children’s hospital

Jean-Manuel Duvivier has produced a wonderful series of illustrations for Emma Children's Hospital in Amsterdam.  Jean-Manuel's fantastic images feature a menagerie of beautiful animals, and are used as murals which create a friendly and calming environment for young patients.

Jean-Manuel Duvivier is represented by Eastwing

 

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Rosie Revere Engineer

The summer is nearly over but it's been a very busy time at Artist Partners with three new highly anticipated Children’s Picture Books being published this month!

Its all very exciting news!! The first of those books is the most recent one illustrated by David Roberts and I can say it's already creating a real buzz in Children’s Publishing circles!

Published by Abrams Books "Rosie Revere Engineer" is the follow up to the hugely successful Iggy Peck picture book, also written by talented author Andrea Beaty and beautifully illustrated by the ever popular David Roberts.
Reviewers in the US and Europe are naming it as  the book to watch, with a rhyming tale about a young girl living her dreams inventing gizmos and gadgets as a budding engineer!

David Roberts is represented by Artist Partners

 

 

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Runa Rudaya

We are excited to announce the arrival of our new artist, Runa Rudaya!
Originally from Belarus, and now living in the UK, Runa studied at the Cambridge School of Art and over time has developed a beautiful style of illustration, for both children's and adult work. Her images, created digitally, are rich in texture, colour and depth, and a strong sense of story telling is integral to her work. It's sure to charm you all as it did us and once we had seen her work, we knew we had to have her on board! So here's to her great success.
Runa Rudaya is represented by The Organisation
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