Natalia Zarateigui was commissioned by Ardicia Editions to create this striking cover for 'The Divinations of Kala Persad' written by Headon Hill. This Spanish translation of a Victorian tale, tells the unlikely story of a snake charmer and an English Knight turned detective. Natalia's cover captures the intrigue of the story in her beautiful graphic style.
Hennie Haworth worked with the design team at Sphere to create the cover for ‘Paper Hearts and Summer Kisses’ written by best-selling author Carole Matthews. Hennie’s whimsical cover features pretty floral embellishments, alongside beautiful hand crafted lettering and has received a great reaction from the public and industry alike.
Thomas Flintham has illustrated the cover for Winter Magic, this year's must-have Christmas gift book published by Simon and Schuster. This is an enchanting collection of stories from award winning authors curated by Abi Elphinstone - a perfect Christmas stocking filler for the bookworm in your life!
Lipstick Of London is proud to exclusively represent Bill Greenhead - Master of cartoons, animation, special effects, live event drawing, and stop motion photography.
Artist Partners are delighted to add Esther Cox to their talented list of artists - and very delighted we are too. Esther who comes from a surface pattern design background - loves to work with textures, and bright bold colours, and has a great sense of modern vintage about her work.
Every now and then we come across a new illustrator and their work just grabs us by the head and heart and shouts "SIGN ME". That was certainly the case when we first came across Quentin Monge, who's work is a sublime cacophony of colour, patterns and characters. Luckily (for us) Quentin was open to our amorous advances and we're happy to announce him as our latest signing. So that just leaves one question to be answered, who's going to be the first person to commission him?
Phosphor Art's James Gifford was recently commissioned by Oxford University Press to illustrate Thorkild's Song by Rudyard Kipling in his signature Graphic Novel style. The poem is from The Puck of Pook's Hill, originally published in 1906 and is sung by a Danish seafarer hoping for wind. We're looking forward to receiving our copy of the book with the text on James' gorgeous illustrations. For now you can read the poem below...
World known digital artist Steve Stone renown for his epic and cinematic looking images - was once again commissioned by Orbit to produce the final book cover in the series for Stephen Aryan's The Age of Darkness Trilogy.
Artist Partners are delighted to announce a new artistic talent has recently joined us:
Katerina Kerouli - is a multi talented, paper engineer in folding and paper craft, with a huge talent as an illustrator, writer and graphic designer all wrapped into one !