Comic by Eoin Coveney to commemorate JFK...
Mark is an approved illustrator for Enid Blyton books and has a new luxury hardback edition coming out - see cover below.
Einat Tsarfati is an illustrator and author, with experience in a broad spectrum of works ranging from magazines, picture books, toys to apps and digital. Graduating with honours from the visual communications department at Bezalel Art and Design Academy, Einat worked as a designer and illustrator in one of Israel’s leading branding studios, before opening her own shop. In illustrations, she expresses her passion for highly-detailed drawing, and especially incorporating comic elements into her creations. Along with her illustration work, Einat also has an online comics Facebook page - 'Things That Annoy Me’ which has over 40,000 followers.
The Boy Fitz Hammond , one of NB Illustration’s top character illustrators is currently working with ABRSM on one of their music practice apps. ABRSM is the exam board of the Royal Schools of Music and this the 3rd app BFH has contributed to. The current app is yet be released but we feature work from from the Violin Practice app and other work.
Stephen Lee has been contributing on a regular basis with Pension’s Insight Magazine. Stephen cleverly makes an incredible visual out of otherwise dry material. This months brief was to celebrate the Annual 50 People in Pensions issue with a Hollywood Walk of Fame flavour including the ever present Pensions Manager. Stephen works traditionally using pencils paper and inks- we do all alterations to final artwork in Photoshop.
Mark Beech has teamed up with acclaimed publisher Nosy Crow and The British Museum to create the hilarious Maurice the Museum Mouse’s book Amazing of Facts and Jokes. An assortment of facts and jokes from ‘rollicking Romans’ to amusing Aztecs - all things about the ancient that will make you and your friends laugh your heads off!
Guilio Iurissevich has done a cracking image for the cover of Accounting and Business Magazine this month.
Brighton based illustrator Lon Chan creates detailed digital artworks drawn by hand from his sunny studio next to the Royal Pavilion. His work is a unique combination of bold lines in a contemporary style whilst retaining a hand-crafted quality.