Steve May's hilarious illustrations for Cartoon Kid, the first title in a new series written by Jeremy Strong has just been published by Puffin Books. Steve's characters from the book also featured in a recent Times Newspaper article to encourage pupils to join in the CAMPAIGN FOR FUN, which searches for the most fun school in Britain.
Steve May is represented by Arena
Jonny Duddle's brilliant illustrations bring Derek Keilty's 'wild west' fantasy adventures to life. Will Gallows and the Snake Bellied Troll has been recommended by Richard & Judy's Children's Book Club in the Read Yourself Category for readers aged between 5 and 8 years old.
Jonny Duddle is represented by Arena
The Artworks are delighted to welcome Lindsey Spinks! Lindsey graduated last summer and now joins as the latest exciting talent of this years Startworks programme. She has a real flair for characters combining hand drawn and digital elements to create her imagery.
Lindsey Spinks is represented by the Artworks
Serge Seidlitz was commissioned by Macmillan Publishers to work on the repackaging of the well loved Judy Blume books. The emphasis was to open Judy Blume up to a whole new audience and to develop a signature style that would work across eleven titles in the series, from the younger children's books to the teen titles.
Above is a selection of Serge¹s designs for the first batch of covers to be published. Forever and Are You There God, It's Me Margaret are available now, keep your eyes peeled for the rest to be released over the coming months.
Serge Seidlitz is represented by Debut Art
Commissioned by US company, Ruby Receptionists, Nila Aye created a series of office related illustrations to brand their website. Nila’s artworks have had such a great reception (excuse the pun!) that they have recently been used across all the companies’ marketing, including a brand new I phone app.
Nila Aye is represented by New Division
James Brown recently illustrated this fantastic cover for The Guardian Guide. James also produced an illustration to accompany the article on the prolific blues recording label, Chess Records. James’ retro typography transported the reader back to the labels heyday of the 1950’s.
James Brown is represented by New Division