Emily Carew Woodard in Wonderland

Emily Carew Woodard works on the 'Wonderland' project and paints thirteen Alice in Wonderland scenes. The project which celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland also aims to raise money for Lenny Trusler Children's Foundation.

Thirteen composers have been asked to write short musical pieces, each inspired by a different section of the book, and during performances, Emily’s artwork will be projected within the venue. The illustrations are also featured on the Classic FM website this week, take a look for information on performance dates.

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Emily Carew Woodard is represented by Illustration Ltd

Kristyna Litten: Gucci Children’s Collection Spring Summer Catalogue

The luxury Italian fashion brand Gucci, commissioned Kristyna Litten to give their 2015 Children's Spring Summer Collection a picture book twist.

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Kristyna created animal and kids characters and twenty three different scenes for their catalogue along with additional elements for their Look Book, to showcase their children's accessories. Using photographs of all the clothing and accessories, she developed each of the kid's characters around them, giving Gucci a variety of poses for other uses in the Look Book. The result is a fresh and vibrant series of spreads that beautifully display the clothes, hats, sunglasses, bags, shoes and belts in the range.

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Kristyna Litten represented by Arena Illustration

Just Published: Animal Noises by Thomas Flintham

The chickens are clucking and the cows are mooing in this fun rhyming picture book, Animal Noises, by Thomas Flintham.

Published by Scholastic Children’s Books, this is the second in the series of toddler books by Tom. His drawing style uses bold shapes, strong lines and a limited colour palette to create a joyful book with a simple, engaging story, perfect for very young readers.

Thomas Flintham is represented by Arena

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Thomas Flintham: One to Ten… Animal Mayhem

Thomas Flintham's colourful animals run, swim, splash and dash from page to page in One to Ten… Animal Mayhem, a marvellous rhyming picture book, published by Scholastic this month. This is the first title in an exciting new early concept toddler range by Tom, which sees his delightful interpretation of a whole range of animals, introducing the numbers 1 to 10.

Thomas Flintham is represented by Arena

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Kristyna Litten: Just Published: Pigeon Pie, Oh My!

Illustrated by Kristyna Litten, Pigeon Pie, Oh My!  is a great cause-and-effect story with lots of visual clues throughout the narrative and teaches the reader that even if you're little, you can make yourself count.

Down on Budd Farm, the naughty goat causes havoc, and eats the scarecrow’s clothes, leaving the pigeons to steal the corn in the farmers field but the other farmyard animals have a clever plan to save the crop. This fun picture book about working together, written by Debbie Singleton, is published by Oxford University Press this month.

Kristyna has brought life and humour to the farmyard characters, giving this story warmth and style with her limited colour palette and attention to detail.

 

Kristyna Litten is represented by Arena

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Serge Seidlitz for Barclaycard

Barclaycard Unwind promises a 'Smileaday' every day for 365 days with a new smile inducing doodle by Serge Seidlitz. The function of the website is to promote gigs, festivals and other fun prizes. See here for more smiles - http://smileaday.barclaycardunwind.com/

Serge Seidlitz is represented by Debut Art

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“Tricked You” tales

We are proud to show you the latest from Javier Joaquin, who has completed characterful illustrations for Pearson's Bug Club 'Tricked You' tales, featuring stories from around the World. We just love Javier's new style with its vibrant colour and bold mark making, which complimented the stories perfectly, bring them to life with a bang! This new approach in Javier's art has already started turning heads, gaining him a whole new legion of fans, so check out his contemporary work today!

Javier Joaquin is represented by the Organisation

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Just Published: The King of Space by Jonny Duddle

At last the wait is over, Jonny Duddle, author of bestselling The Pirates Next Door, has a new picture book published by Templar this month. The King of Space is an intergalactic adventure, set on a Moog Farm on a small moon in the Gamma Quadrant. Rex may seem to be your average mini galactic citizen but he hatches an evil plan to become KING OF SPACE and conquer the known universe (and some bits we don't know about too). There are lots of aliens, warbots, a kidnapped Princess and dung blasters too! Here are just a few of the spreads as a taster but you'll have to buy the book from your local bookshop to find out more.

Jonny Duddle is represented by Arena

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Just Published: Deadly! Illustrated by Neal Layton

Winning team Neal Layton and author Nicola Davies are back with their sixth book about animal biology. Deadly! The Truth About The Most Dangerous Creatures On Earth, is a brilliantly funny look at how animals have become masters of murder, exploring the ingenious and often hilarious means of survival that both predators and prey employ.
Deadly! is published this month by Walker and Neal's playful illustrations make the subject both accessible, informative and very, very funny.
Neal Layton is represented by Arena

Sue Hendra’s ‘Wanda and the Alien’ – From book to TV!

We are very excited to announce that Wanda and the Alien, authored and illustrated by one of our most established artists Sue Hendra,  has been chosen by Channel 5’s Milkshake for a new TV series!

The story; an original collection of children’s books published by Random House will be made into a series of 52 ten minute programmes and follows a little girl rabbit that meets and an alien who she becomes friends with.

The first episode is expected to air in 2013.

http://www.thebookseller.com/news/rhs-wanda-and-alien-hit-tv-screens.html

This is fantastic news for Random House, Sue and her agents at Bright. Please have a look at Sue’s profile and the Bright Agency website for Sue’s latest artwork.

Sue Hendra is represented by Bright Agency

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