Alexander Jackson for Scottish Field Magazine

Phosphor Art's Alexander Jackson continues his portrait series for Scottish Field magazine, most recently with a portrait of Billy Connolly.
Alexander is commissioned by the magazine to create stand-out portraits in his signature style... here are a few of his recent illustrations...
See more of Alexander's portraits in his portfolio.

Mandy Millie Flockton’s French Hens

Phosphor Art's Christmas card was illustrated by Mandy Millie Flockton this year. As well as being a brilliant illustrator of delightful children's books, Mandy creates accomplished pastiches of many styles.
The three French hens she illustrated for the card were inspired by her love of hand-coloured Victorian etchings and James Audubon's exquisite bird illustrations.
Find more of Mandy's work in her portfolio and the Pastiche portfolio on Phosphor's website.

Bill Sanderson Illustrates A Tudor Christmas

Phosphor Art's Bill Sanderson was recently commissioned by Penguin Books to illustrate A Tudor Christmas. Written by best-selling historian Alison Weir and lecturer and guide for Historic Royal Palaces Siobhan Clarke, the book teaches you all you need to know about the period of feasting, revelry and merrymaking.
Bill was tasked with creating his signature scratchboard illustrations for the internal pages of the book.
See more of Bill's work in his portfolio.

Dave Hopkins Illustrates The Royal Art of Poison Cover

Phosphor Art's Dave Hopkins was commissioned by Duckworth to illustrate this stunning cover of the UK edition of Eleanor Herman's book The Royal Art of Poison: Fatal Cosmetics, Deadly Medicines and Murder Most Foul.
Dave's artwork in his signature pen and ink style has been getting a lot of love on social media.
See more of Dave's detailed illustrations in his portfolio.

Christopher Nielsen Funds Important Picture Book

Phosphor Art's Christopher Nielsen illustrated The Dream Peddler, a groundbreaking picture book for young adults about the allure of addiction, written by Irena Kobald. Earlier this year, the book's publisher Dirt Lane Press successfully crowdfunded an extended print run of the book and it will be available to buy from October.

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Introducing Nathan Smith

Phosphor Art are pleased to introduce you to Nathan Smith, their latest signing. Nathan has been working in the creative industries for nearly 30 years, originally training as a Theatre Designer and Scenic Artist, before moving into a long career in Fine Art and Illustration. His work still contains a theatrical flair – “quirky, visually intriguing, playful and informal” are just some of the terms that have been used to describe his style.

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Radio Times covers may not be what they were, but over in New York… (by Trina Wydmanski at Phosphor Art)

Seeing their first professional illustration always gives artists a buzz. Years ago, an over-excited fresh-faced illustrator ran into the office – this was at the time when some used to work in house. He was overexcited because he’d spotted someone on the Tube looking at his first paid-for drawing in a magazine.

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