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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Congratulations go to Frances Castle whose work will feature in the Year of Cycling Exhibition from 6 July to 22 August 2010, at the London Transport Museum. Frances' work was one of 50 selected from over 1000 entries in the competition held by London Transport Museum in conjunction with the Association of Illustrators.
Frances is represented by Arena
We're delighted to introduce our new illustrator, Spike. He's well known for his "spiky nosed" illustrations and humorous cast of genetically challenged humanoids, Heath Robinson-style machines and menagerie of mad animals. Spike is adept at solving editorial briefs with speed and wit and his illustrations have adorned the pages of most daily news publications, including his hilarious cartoon strip 'From the Vaults' for Occupational Health magazine. Spike's interest in history and science makes him perfectly suited to the novelty and non fiction children's book market, an area which he is keen to pursue.
BGI are proud to announce a fantastic new venture between London Zoo, Bloomsbury and their very own talented artist Mark Chambers. Mark's appealing illustrations will feature in a series of picture books alongside an extensive publishing programme including fiction and novelty titles too. The deal was inspired by Mark's collaboration with the zoo to create 'Animal Adventure', an interactive children's area at the heart of the zoo where children can play and learn at the same time. Mark is overjoyed to be a part of it and BGI are thrilled to be representing him.
Mark is represented by the Bright Agency