Pocket Notebook

The brilliant Willie Ryan completed this bold illustration for the front cover of Mike Thomas's much anticipated book "Pocket Notebook"

Commissioned by Random House and due to be launched in early February the book is expected to fly off the shelves. Willie created a homage to the Anthony Burgess Clockwork Orange Cover which resulted in this eye catching image.

Open Willie's portfolio here

Autosur to the Rescue

Make way for Pete Thom’s super-hero bear, filled with attitude and chutzpah, Pete has recently revamped the mascot for French auto care company Autosur.

Appearing in adverts througout the French press, Pete worked closely with Creative Director Jean Letellier of Ailleurs Exactement Paris to develop this auto hero, at the same time adhering as much as possible to the original specifications of the previous bear.

Open Peter Thom's portfolio here

CBBC TV Commission for Storytrain

Talented artists Ben Mounsey and Sam Church have recently been delighting children across the country, their illustrations having  been screened on Cbeebies' 'Driver Dan's Story Train',  episodes of which are still viewable on BBC iplayer. Sam's wonderful drawings can be seen on the story 'I Can Do, You Can Do', and Ben has produced stunning work for two stories - 'What Is Wrong With Angus' and 'Pirate Pie'. They've really made these tales come alive with their vivid imaginations!

Ben's portfolio

Sam's portfolio


The well-known Meerkats TV campaign got the “Old Master” treatment from Pastiche, who has been busy again wielding his brushes and creating a Rembrandt style image depicting the proud ancestors of Aleksandr and Sergei.

Pastiche is represented  by Phosphor Art and more of his work can be seen here

Nod Young works with HSBC

Amazing new artist Nod Young based in Beijing had only a week to wait for his first commission. His Chinese heritage was perfect for HSBCs latest campaign which is out now. His unique style of brushwork depicted characters and lettering which were then transferred to large lanterns, and then beautifully shot to be used for both still and moving imagery. Nod Young is represented by Phosphor Art.

Yemen looks West

This month Darren Diss from the Art Market, has undertaken a new commission for the Independent Newspaper
entitled "Yemen Looks West "
Other images by Darren Diss are available for viewing on the SAA hub here
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