Phosphor Art are really excited about our latest signing – new talent Martina Paukova whose work stood out at Camberwell degree show. Her sense of colour and design are outstanding, and with several commissions under her belt already we think Martina will be a name to remember.
Awaited with anticipation is the new children's picture book written by Julia Donaldson, sumptuously illustrated by David Roberts and published by Macmillan Children's Books.
This is the third book on which the dream team has worked together, and it's looking like another resounding success.
David, who has worked for many well known authors such as Philip Ardagh, Daren King, Jacqueline Wilson, Tom Baker and Chris Priestly also has an exhibition taking place later this month, which will show and display his recent artworks. The exhibition will be at Manor House Art Gallery and Museum in Ilkley
David Roberts is represented by Artist Partners
Nick Chaffe was delighted to be asked to illustrate this years incarnation of Lonely Planet's iconic summer notebook. Nick, a keen traveler himself, was chosen for the project for his fresh unique style, he decorated the journal with travel inspired quotes in his trademark typographic style.
Nick Chaffe is represented by Meilklejohn
It's been several years in the making, but we're very proud to announce that Tado's first picture book 'Monster Trucks: The Big Race' was published on July 3rd and is now available in all good bookshops.
Written by Jon Hinton and published by Scholastic Children's Books, The Big Race is the first in a new series of fast-paced, big-wheeled racing romps that follow Bolt, Chunk, Roxy, Fizz, Newton and Masher as they rev off on exciting adventures in a crazy world full of fun, laughter and a few spills along the way.
Tado is represented by Debut Art
Mardo El-Noor is the latest addition to Phosphor Art’s select group of the best represented illustration talent world wide. His skill and passion take typographical work to new highs, and look out for his stunning animation work coming very soon.
Mardo El-Noor is represented by Phosphor Art
Alejandro Colucci has the honour of illustrating the US covers for Robin Hobb's Farseer Trilogy and also her new book: Fool's Assassin, published by Del Rey this month.
Almost two decades ago, Robin Hobb's acclaimed Assassin's Apprentice, introduced the world to the characters of FitzChilvalry Farseer and his friend the Fool. The Farseer Trilogy broke exciting new ground in the fantasy genre and launched Hobb's career. She has gone onto write many other bestselling series but has returned to her beloved character Fitz with this gripping new chapter in the saga. Fool's Assassin is the first book in the Fitz and the Fool Trilogy and we're really looking forward to seeing Alejandro's illustrations for the rest of the series.
Alejandro Colucci is represented by Arena
Fred Gambino's new collection of concept art, illustrations, speed painting, book covers and sketches is published by Titan Books this month. The Art of Fred Gambino: Dark Shepherd, show's off Fred's talent for creating epic and atmospheric out-of-this-world environments and space hardware. This impressive art book is more than a collection of commissioned work, it also unveils a personal science fiction screenplay, Dark Shepherd, that he's been developing for the last few years.
Fred Gambino is represented by Arena
Arena Illustration is very proud to welcome a new illustrator to their list, Mélanie Delon. French born Mélanie, is quickly becoming one of the hot new fantasy illustrators to watch out for. She works primarily in Photoshop, digitally painting with a drawing tablet to create stunningly realistic portraits which are both mysterious and emotive. Her paintings have featured in many publications worldwide and she is a regular contributor to Imagine FX magazine.