Gary Newman worked with the design team at Penguin Random House to create this beautiful cover for 'Enchanted August'. Gary's chic artwork is just perfect for Brenda Bowen’s summer tale, which is based
on the 1920's classic 'Enchanted April'. We think Gary's simple graphic evokes memories of summers gone by.
Garry Walton was delighted to be asked to illustrate the cover of ‘Channel Shore’ by Tom Fort. Garry worked with the design team at Simon and Schuster to create the cover art for Tom’s previous title ‘The A303 - Highway To The Sun’ and was thrilled to be asked to illustrate this next book in the series.
‘Channel Shore’ takes the reader on a fascinating, discursive journey from east to west, to find out what the English Channel means to us and what is so special about the English seaside. We love Garry’s cover illustration - it conjours up memories of lazy summer days at the beach!
This is the first book published by the culture magazine; a book marketed as the 'bible of creative advice'. Miss Led's portraits of Alex Gibney and Kalle Lasn grace the inside pages - she says "I really enjoyed working in macro detailing on these illustrations".
Earlier in the year the team from BBC’s Antique Roadshow Detectives visited our office to film part of an episode at Artist Partners HQ. The story centres around Shirley Thompson, an AP artist represented in the 60's - 70's whose beautiful illustrations were found in a skip many decades ago, preserved and cherished before finding their way back to her family all these years afterwards.
Shirley’s fashion illustrations are exquisite and the artwork rescued in this story were for a Burberry catalogue in the 60s.
A lovely story and an interesting watch! You can catch the episode here and scroll to 16mins 27 seconds
Paul Young showing works from the past thirty years of his career, with other friends from college.
The three of them have revisited in the same space all these years later with an exhibition which showcases all of Paul’s incredible work from his career as an illustrator spanning from his earlier airbrush artwork through till present digital work.
Details of the exhibition can be found here
Emily Carew Woodard works on the 'Wonderland' project and paints thirteen Alice in Wonderland scenes. The project which celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland also aims to raise money for Lenny Trusler Children's Foundation.
Thirteen composers have been asked to write short musical pieces, each inspired by a different section of the book, and during performances, Emily’s artwork will be projected within the venue. The illustrations are also featured on the Classic FM website this week, take a look for information on performance dates.
His winning piece, “Ulmo appears before Tuor“ is based on the book “The Silmarillion”, written by J.R.R Tolkien and edited by Christipher Tolkien. As a seasoned and immensely talented digital painter, Fabio’s stunning entry encompasses challenging subject matter that he has fully realised to a fantastical level – bringing the words to life.
The Tolkien Society Awards recognise excellence in the fields of Tolkien scholarship and fandom, highlighting their long-standing objective to “seek to educate the public in, and promote research into, the life and works of Professor John Ronald Reuel Tolkien CBE”.
Nila Aye illustrated this striking cover for ‘True Face’, which was published earlier this month.
Nila created this bold artwork for this fabulous book by Siobhan Curham, which shows young women how to resist the pressure from the 'perfection police' and take off the masks you wear to proudly reveal your true self to the world.
A debut book by Louise Roe, the read is one that is intended to give women self-confidence; with tips on how to dress for a first date, what to wear to a job interview, how to apply the perfect cat-eye and much more. Tracy Turnbull leading illustrations are used throughout the book, catching those many moments in a woman's life. The book is out now.