Cupcakes for Kathryn

Kathryn Rathke is the talented hand behind these portraits for Seattle’s The Stranger.

The magazine awards a yearly $5000 sum to accomplished local "geniuses", and Kathryn was thrilled to be commissioned for the feature. As well as 10' x 10' reproductions, the portraits were also printed on(presumably limited edition) cupcakes!

Kathryn is represented by Illustration Ltd.

You can see more of her work here

Mumbai One Year On

Some illustration goes way beyond the reach of words. Shailesh Khandeparkar’s stark and powerful poster design is one such illustration.

The first anniversary of the terror attacks are remembered in these posters and prints, and were distributed by India's DNA newspaper.

Shailesh is represented by Illustration Ltd

You can see more of his work here

Joelle’s book ‘Smelly Peter’ has just won The Sheffield Children’s Book Award 2009!

It started in 1988 to encourage children to read and to highlight the best children’s books published each year. The first year only 6 local schools took part but this year a total of 202 groups were involved. It’s an event for children voted for by children.

‘Peter is different – he only ever eats peas. And they make him rather smelly! Then one day he turns completely green. . . he is spotted by some aliens from outer space, who think he looks wonderful! So they whisk him away to make him their king…’

Joelle is represented by the Bright Agency and you can see more of her owrk here

Stunning Canadian Mural

One of our talented artists, Laure Fournier, has recently returned from a trip to Canada, where she took part in the mammoth task of painting this incredible fresco, with the society, Murale Création, who are based in Quebec. It tells the story of the city of Trois-Rivières and took countless woman hours to finish. It now provides a wonderful lasting legacy for the city and a great achievement for our own little Michelangelo! Well done Laure!

Laure is represented by the Organisation. You can see more of her work here


Pastiche for a Belgium ale

Phosphor Art’s Pastiche artist has just completed a series of illustrations promoting Blue Moon,  a boutique Belgium ale. The oriental style brought into play a range of techniques including watercolour, airbrush and digital retouching.

See more of Pastiche's work here

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