Ben Scruton and Orange

Ben Scruton was commissioned by Orange France to illustrate their Smartphone promotion. Ben’s characterisation skills were put to perfect use, to create over 30 characters in a variety of Smartphone situations. This is just a small selection of images used for booklets, in-store animated guides and point of sale. Ben’s playful yet mature style set the perfect tone for the whole promotion.

Ben is represented by Meiklejohn. Open his portfolio here

Red House Children’s Book Award

Garry Parsons created this wonderful illustration for the Red House Children’s Book Award. Garry’s charming image has been used on the website, promotional material and keep sake bookplates. Garry’s classic storybook style was the perfect choice to engage children with the project.

Garry Parsons is represented by Meiklejohn

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Go Go Jennie Poh! Harrods launch new bags with Jen’s designs!

Jennie Poh’s gorgeous, girly designs have created a fantastic 3 bag, Harrods Signature collection range.

Harrods Signature collections celebrate the heritage and tradition of our Knightsbridge store with a series of classic and contemporary designs. Ideal for gifting and as a thoughtful gesture for loved ones, the range includes Harrods exclusive bags, accessories, stationery and other day-to-day essentials. Each piece offers its own unique significance, is made from the highest quality materials and, naturally, bears the Harrods logo.

Jennie is part of the Bright Agency

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“Welcome to the Zoo”

Congratulations go out to our exceptional illustrator Alison Jay this month, as her gorgeous children's book, 'Welcome to the Zoo' had been bought by Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Sponsored by the Dollywood foundation the library offers up free books to go out to children under five right across the USA, Canada and now parts of the UK to encourage them to get into read. A huge 148,000 copies will be snapped up by the library and will be winging their way to thousands of lucky children on both sides of the Atlantic! Well done Alison!

Alison Jay is represented by The Organisation

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Let It Out

Once again Gail Armstrong gives us a masterclass in paper sculpture.

This incredible illustration is one of three posters commissioned by Coco Weir at JWT for Kleenex’s internal awards, linked to their "Let It Out" campaign. Each poster depicts two images reflecting the positive and negative of one scenario. Gail says, "Lovely job to work on as they gave me free reign to design everything including the type."

Gail is represented by represented by Illustration ltd

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What’s Wrong With Washington?

The latest from Derek Bacon sees him bring to life the globally-resonating and challenging question: "What's Wrong With Washington" for The Economist.

This digital piece has taken pride of place on the front cover of The Economist recently. Taking advantage of the statue's recognisable status, Derek satirically reworks this globally famous memorial in photoshop to show Abraham Lincoln's despair at the slow state of US economic recovery.

Derek Bacon is represented by Illustration Ltd.

You can open his portfolio here

Angus and Julia Stone

Bringing music to life with his marvellous imagination is Nick Murray Willis's latest animated music video for Australian band Angus and Julia Stone.

Featuring in Filter magazine, Nick gives us a view of a prisoner’s mundane world. Keep your eyes peeled for further animated mastery by Nick as he has just completed another video for the latest song by band The Keyz. 

You can see the video here

Nick Murray Willis is represented by Illustration Ltd.

“Trust me I’m a Vet”

Rachel Ross' charming illustration features on the cover of the new book by Cathy Woodman. "Trust me I'm a Vet" is the first in a series of novels about city vet Maz Harwood who has moved to Devon to work in a practice there. Rachel's illustrations are perfect for the mix of humour and romance in this series.

Trust me I'm a vet is published by Arrow books this April.

Rachel Ross is represented by Eastwing. Her Portfolio is here

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