Beautiful embroidery from Stewart Easton


Artist Partners have a growing strength in their agency in the craft and creative area of embroidery - one of the most successful of these creative embroiderers' is Stewart Easton - who is now becoming a much sought after artist, teaching and taking workshops all over the UK and US about to embark on another very soon.

Telling Tales with Poonam Mistry


Indian culture has always been a big inspiration for Phosphor Art’s Poonam Mistry, and her highly detailed illustration style lends itself well to traditional stories. Poonam has recently embarked on an exciting new project, translating Indian folk tales and fables and illustrating them in her unique style.


Alan Kitching – A Life in Letterpress

Alan Kitching / A Life in Letterpress

Photograph copyright of Helen Cathcart /

Alan Kitching is one of the world’s foremost practitioners of letterpress typographic design and printmaking. He is renowned for his expressive use of wood and metal letterforms in creating visuals for commissions and limited edition prints. He lives and works at The Typography Workshop in Kennington, south London, which he shared with designer, writer and partner Celia Stothard (deceased 2010).


Introducing the Magical World of Graham Carter

We are absolutely thrilled to introduce Graham Carter to our talented list. Graham is one of the most intricate and exciting printmakers in the UK. He has been working at the forefront of the printmaking industry for the past 15 years and he has also worked with Animation Studio TickTockRobot on commercial animations for a wide variety of clients.


New Book Cover by Dave Hopkins

The French Lesson by Dave Hopkins


The detailed pen and ink style of Phosphor Art’s Dave Hopkins works beautifully both inside and outside of books! He’s recently completed an illustration for the cover for Hallie Rubenhold’s new book The French Lesson, which showcases his work in full colour.


Maddie Frost Takes Us Into Her Magical World of “Scanned Textures”

Maddie Frost Lead
To look at one of Maddie Frost’s illustrations is to immediately wonder, “How did she make something so texturally complex look so gorgeously simple and accessible?” Her work is a triumph of composition, of thoughtfulness, of ingenuity.


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