Tatler Anniversary Edition

The talented Emma Rios has an impressive 18 pages of her work in the current issue of Tatler magazine.

For this, their 300th Anniversary Edition, Tatler commissioned Emma to created a replica of New/Old Bond Street for 17 jewellers on the famous street. Each jeweller had a replica of the shop front, complete with gorgeous jewellery displays.

See more of Emma's work here

Skins on E4

Check out Ben Tallon’s work on E4’s trailer for the new series of Skins.

Working closely with directors at Channel 4, and animation experts Mike Moloney studios, Ben provided all the illustrations and type right from the original pencil skeleton through to the final illustration. See the trailer.

Ben is represented by Illustration ltd, and you can see his portfolio here

The Girls Book Of Secrets’ – Katy Jackson

The Girls Book Of Secrets' - Katy Jackson, is nominated for WHSmith 'Book Of The Year' award!

MOM Books has announced that ‘The Girls book Of Secrets’, illustrated by our very own Katy Jackson, has been selected as part of the ‘WHSmith Children’s Book of the Year’ award, one of only twenty four! The retail chain will be promoting the book across their 365 strong chain of stores, highlighting its success with stickers.

Good luck Katy!

Open Katy's portfolio here

Katy is represented by the Bright Agency

Luke James

This month Luke James  has completed this new image for Earthbourne Paints Press Ad's.

More of Luke's work can be seen on the SAA Hub here

Luke is represented by The Art Market

Treemendous Xmas Cards

Debbie Powell's fantastic illustrations can be shared and enjoyed with others this Christmas and throughout the year with her exclusively designed Christmas card and calendar range for Jamie Oliver. Friends and family who receive one of these special Christmas cards will also get the chance to try growing their very own Christmas tree with the enclosed handful of Norway Spruce seeds!

Open Debbie's portfolio here. Debbie is represented by the Artworks

Joanna Walsh in Paris!

Joanna Walsh has been drawing on the walls of legendary Paris bookshop, Shakespeare & Company.

Joanna illustrated the faces of fourteen English language writers who once lived in Paris , creating a trompe d’oeil art gallery of portraits complete with frames.

Joanna’s work in marker pen and just a little carefully added gilt really enlivens the staircase wall which leads to the second floor of the bookshop.

Joanna Walsh is represented by Eastwing.

Open her portfolio here


Phil Schramm For Diageo

Just looking at Phil Schramm’s work makes us thirsty, so it’s understandable why Phil was chosen to create these amazing images for Diageo’s ‘Quality Classics’ Campaign. Phil was briefed to illustrate the ampersand shapes out of streams of various spirits and mixers, he created the visuals using a combination of 3D modelling and photography. Phil is represented by Meiklejohn Agency

Open Phil's portfolio here

Aladdin by Richard Johnson for Pan Macmillan

After the success of his first book, PETER PAN, Macmillan Publishing have asked Richard Johnson to create another vibrantly coloured novelty book for their list. Published in November this book is the latest in what we hope will be an ongoing series of classic tales.

Richard is represented by the Organisation and you can see more of his work here

Steve May and the Jiggy McCue series

Steve May, has completed twelve wickedly funny covers for the re-launch of Orchard’s popular Jiggy McCue series. With titles including, The Killer Underpants, The Snottle and One for All and All for Lunch, Orchard could not have picked a more appropriate illustrator. 

 Visit the Jiggy website to see more books and take part in the Official Jiggy McCue Pants Olympics:


Steve May is represented by ARENA, and you can see more of his work on the SAA Hub here

Bill Garland and Schweppes

Bill Garland, whose work for Mother advertising includes Coca Cola, Stella Artois and now Schweppes,  has spent the last few months painting a set of extraordinary backdrops for an very original Schweppes TV campaign. Several arms are noticeably absent in the pictures, and these are replaced by live actors’ arms appearing through holes, gesturing and clasping drinks.  A very complex project but some great results which can be seen on screen now until Christmas.

To see more of Bill's work click here

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