Mark Boardman for AT&T

Mark Boardman was commissioned by WPBrand Studio to create three immersive 360˚ illustrations for their client AT&T.

Mark mastered this increasingly popular technique to create a series of impressive visuals. To see the 360˚ illustrations click here.

Mark Boardman is represented by Meiklejohn Illustration

SAA Associate Prize for New Talent in Illustration at New Designers 2017

We are very pleased to announce that the winner of this year’s SAA Associate Prize for New Talent in Illustration at New Designers 2017 is Sophie Melissa from Falmouth University.

The award is given to a graduate in Illustration who is judged to have created the most fresh and inspiring work at New Designers. The prize is a career-making six months trial representation by one of the SAA’s member agents to be revealed soon, so watch this space.

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Garry Walton for Goodwood

 

The summer season is underway at Goodwood Racecourse and Garry Walton has once again created a stunning set of artworks for their marketing materials. Working in the pastiche style that has become synonymous with the world's most beautiful racecourse, Garry has produced several illustrations for various online and print campaigns.

 

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Artist Interview – Anna Koska

 

Specialising in fruit, vegetables and the natural world, Anna has illustrated over 100 books and worked with chefs, writers and publishers from around the globe.

Over her 25 year career Anna has honed her skills in watercolour, pen & ink, oils and most recently, egg tempera. Her methods may vary but the joy of her artwork is constant; each piece she creates is a celebration of the fruit, vegetable or animal she has captured with her inimitable flare.

 

Anna achieves all of this against a backdrop of rural living, all recorded in her daily instagram post, which her 5,000 plus followers have come to adore. Her illustration work is inextricably linked with her way of life, Anna meets the ups and downs of a self sufficient lifestyle with a smile, embracing each challenge as it comes. An attitude she has also applied to her illustration career.

Constantly evolving, honing her craft and listening to the market, Anna's determination has secured her place as one of the UK's leading natural history illustrators. We spoke with Anna about the beauty of working traditionally, her seemingly idyllic lifestyle and the joy she gets from her work.

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