Moose and Yeti!

Aaron Darveniza started Moose & Yeti as soon as he became interested in Graphics at College and has continued to push forward the company ever since. Aaron completed his BA in Graphic Design at the University of Arts London, which has been a great location to promote Moose and Yeti and connect with other Artists and respected design companies, including Creative Cherry and Monorex.
Moose & Yeti specialises in Graphic Design, Illustration and Mural work, and has created artwork for a diverse range of clients. ‘Mr Yeti’ regularly features in live illustration events, and organises an illustration night and promotional blog, called ‘Wretch A Sketch’. Moose & Yeti has been commissioned to paint murals for a number of businesses, such as Franken Bar in Angel, the Soul Cellar in Southampton, and the Specialist Works.
Moose & Yeti combines urban art with comic book style illustration, using minimal colour for high impact, striking artwork. A lot of work is focussed on central characters, taking inspiration for themes from different cultural and historical settings. The company has a lot planned for the future, and is always interested to hear about new and exciting projects.
Aaron is delighted to have joined Artist Partners as a new and exciting talent diversifying into other genres.

Debbie Powell at the Artworks

Debbie Powell has produced this beautiful illustration to be the face of the latest in the 'Different Strokes' series from The Artworks. 'Different Strokes for Foodie Folks' is a postcard pack containing 8 artists work based around the subject of food. Debbie has also created a fun foodie pattern to decorate the back of the cards and the packaging of the set.

Oliver Jeffers joins Début Art

Début Art are very proud, and excited, to announce our newest signing, Mr
Oliver Jeffers. Oliver Jeffers makes art. From figurative painting and
installation to illustration and picture-book making, Oliver Jeffers work
takes many forms. His distinctive oil paintings have been exhibited in
multiple cities, including the National Portrait Gallery in London and his
best selling and much loved children's books have won numerous awards

Award nomination for David Dean!

Exciting news for David Dean, as his beautiful covers and interior drawings for Lauren St John's series of books have been nominated for a British Book Design and Production Award! He features in the Branding/Series Identity category and is noted for his gloriously colourful covers, hand typography and impressive black and white drawings that compliment the text throughout the books. We all have our fingers crossed for him! The winners are announced in October...stay tuned!

David Dean is represented by the Organisation

Lee Wildish’s, Mum and Dad Glue to be read out by Lorraine Kelly on ITV1

The quirky illustrations of Lee Wildish are soon to be seen on screen when the second series of Bookaboo launches in the autumn, broadcast on ITV1 for the first time. The series, which is produced by Happy Films, features thirteen picture books read by celebrities, chosen to appeal to a broad audience. Lee Wildish and Kes Gray’s fantastic story of family separation, Mum and Dad Glue, published by Hodder, has been chosen as one of the thirteen and will be read out by Lorraine Kelly.

Lee Wildish is represented by the Bright Agency

John Harvard Library

This commanding illustration is the result of an ongoing project by the very talented Robert Carter.

Commissioned by the Harvard University Press’s continuing John Harvard Library, they are re-issuing newly designed editions of the series which was first published in the 60's and 70's. It is a collection of important documents in American history as well as the writings of significant figures. So far Robert has completed 15 portraits with about 35 still to do.

Robert Carter is represented by Illustration Ltd

Hello Alexis

Dazzling us this month with her delicate, vintage collaged illustrations is Alexis MacKenzie.

She joins Illustration Ltd with a fresh style which beautifully combines imagery from the past, natural and organic themes with drawings and textures. Alexis's collages are all composed by hand from a wide variety of sources, they have already attracted much attention, including a recent solo show in L.A which was reviewed by the L.A Times. She has a selection of beautiful prints which can be purchased here.


This gem of an illustration is the brainchild of Kavel Rafferty who was commissioned to do 12 covers for the British Dental Journal.

Kavel’s unique style which has graced the pages of The Times, Time Out and Conde Nast Traveller, was perfect for creating this series of bold, contemporary images, with this one accompanying the August issue.

Kavel Rafferty is represented by Illustration Ltd

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