Tomislav Tomic and Philip Hood have also some beautiful artwork for Templar's 'StoryWorld' series. For the first time their work will be showcased alongside the other contributors to the series including Matilda Harrison's illustrations, at The Illustration Cupboard's Summer Show. Running from Tuesday 17th August to Saturday 11th September, the show offers both fans and newcomers the opportunity to explore the ornate and detailed artwork from this series.
Matilda Harrison's stunning illustration 'The Toymaker' features in The Illustration Cupboard's forthcoming Summer Show from Tuesday 17th August to Saturday 11th September. Her work will be showcased alongside the other leading artists featured in the best-selling 'StoryWorld' card series published by Templar.
Matilda is represented by Arena
See more of her work here
Call for Entries
Association of Illustrators’ Images 35 competition
Best of British illustration 2011
To enter go to aoiimages.com
Deadline: Tuesday 31st August 2010
Images is the ultimate showcase for the best of contemporary British illustration. Now in its 35th year, Images is the definitive independent jury-selected illustration annual distributed to 4000 commissioners, and culminates in a touring exhibition around the UK. The jury consists of nine eminent industry figures including Sam Freeman Art Director Design Week; Martin Harrison - Senior Designer, The Times and Geoffrey Pais - Art Director, BBC Learning. Categories include: Advertising, Books, Children’s Books, Design, Editorial, New Media, Self-Promotion and New Talent.
Call for Entry Images 35 –
the longest standing jury-selected illustration annual and exhibition in the UK
Deadline: Tuesday 31st August 2010
The Images 34 book will be launched at the private view party in September 2010 and can be bought for £39.95 through the Images website. The London show, featuring about 250 illustrations from artists such as David Hughes, Andy Smith and Carolyn Gowdy amongst many others, will be at LCC, Elephant & Castle: 8th September – 14 September 2010 and subsequently touring the UK until September 2011.
The globally renowned illustration agency Début Art is looking to recruit a new executive (to be based in New York) to market the 120 leading illustrators it represents. Début Art’s New York office is situated on Madison Square Park in Manhattan. Professionals interested in this position are very warmly invited to contact Andrew Coningsby in London at email@example.com or on 020 7636 1064 for further details. Much info about Début Art and the distinctive brand of illustration it represents can be found at http://www.debutart.com
Graham has produced this theatrical programme Illustration for a West End Play, entitled Ghost Stories. Ghost Stories is the new play by The League of Gentlemen's Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman, co-creator and director of Derren Brown's television and stage shows and star of Dead Set and Severance
Graham Humphreys is represented by the Art Market
Adrian Valencia's chic illustration is perfect for the cover of the new novel by Lindsey Kelk. "I Heart Paris" is the third in the series that Adrian has illustrated about Angela Clark's adventures. It is published by HarperCollins this month.
Adrian Valencia is represented by Eastwing
Gary Redford is the latest addition to the Meiklejohn Illustration Agency. Gary's graphic style, influenced by the poster art of the early 20th century, has proved to be instantly popular, with Gary being commissioned to illustrate the cover of the latest Wall Street Journal Report.
James Carey has worked with Why Not Associates on this stop motion animation as part of the latest recruitment drive for The British Army. The TV advertisement is running now so look out for it or watch it here -
James Carey is represented by Debut Art