The Official A Game of Thrones Colouring Book



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Packed full with forty-five exquisite black-and-white illustrations from five world-renowned illustrators, The Official A Game of Thrones Colouring Book is the perfect Christmas gift for fans of George R.R Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire.

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Beautifully Unique Style of Sharon Pinsker

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Sharon Pinsker's work and her own very unique style is highly praised, and is described as being beautiful with a clean line and a spontaneous and effective fashion flair,  which is both atmospheric and ethereal, and evokes  ultimate style and aspiration.

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 Artist Spotlight – Joel Millerchip

 

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Joel Millerchip is an illustrator that translates briefs into visual stories of curly-haired characters, fantastic beasts, and distorted scenes. He draws influence from talking to real people, his own warped memories, and mythology. Joel is also a founding member of illustrators collective Brothers Of The Stripe.

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Corking Illustrations from Dave Hopkins

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Phosphor Art’s Dave Hopkins recently illustrated two master cider makers both called Bob! Bob Chaplin and Bob Clark are the men behind Chaplin & Cork's - purveyors of fine Somerset Cider made at The Shepton Mallet Cider Mill.

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Steve May Illustrates Dennis The Menace: Canine Carnage

Prankmaster General is back again in The Diary of Dennis The Menace: Canine Carnage. This is the fifth book in the successful series written by Steven Butler and illustrated by the very talented Steve May. Steve's illustrations almost leap off the page with an energy that equals the comic writing.

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The Adventures of Long Arm illustrated by Aleksei Bitskoff

Aleksei Bitskoff illustrates, The Adventures of Long Arm (Scholastic), a tale about schoolboy Ricky Mitre who is very naughty and gets into all sorts of trouble! After a bizarre toilet cleaning incident where his arm gets sucked into the U-bend, Ricky finds that when he takes it out again, it's many times its normal length. And so the superhero Long Arm is born!

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Written by TV presenters SAM & MARK, this laugh-out-loud adventure is brought to life perfectly by Aleksei Bitskoff's hilarious characterisation. 
 

Diana Mayo – Beautiful Illustrations for The Owl and Pussycat

Diana Mayo has created some beautiful  black and white images for The Owl and Pussycat.

Her lovely illustration work was much appreciated at Bologna and London Book Fairs.

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Diana Mayo is represented by Artist Partners

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Bill Sanderson designs stamps for Terry Pratchett’s Discworld

Sam Vimes Stamps Late last year Bill Sanderson had the chance to illustrate a page of stamps for Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Emporium. For those who don’t know Discworld is a series of 40 books written by Pratchett, based on the fictional Discworld – a flat planet sitting on the backs of four elephants which ride through space on the back of a giant tortoise (of course)…

The stamps feature Sam Vimes – the chief of police of Ankh-Morpock, the biggest city on the Discworld. Although Vimes is a much-loved character from the series he had never before been featured on his own stamp. Discworld stamps are fast becoming collector’s items and have been picked up by The British Museum in the past, so we hope the Sam Vimes stamp will prove as popular as the rest.

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Bill was honoured to be included in this strange world and the resulting stamp looks great. The Phosphor team were saddened to hear the news of Terry Pratchett’s death last month and wish to send their condolences to Terry’s family and all at the Discworld Emporium.

The stamp will be available to buy in two batches on April 11th from the Discworld Emporium Website - http://bit.ly/BSvimes

 

Bill Sanderson is represented by Phosphor Art

Anna Hymas -‘The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind’

We love Anna Hymas' black and white artworks for 'The Boy Who
Harnessed The Wind' by William Kamkwamba,  Anna's expressive style was
the perfect choice for this bold tale.  Anna was thrilled to be asked
to illustrate the Young Readers edition of this inspiring story, which
has been chosen as one of Amazon's 'Best Children's Books for 2014'.

Anna Hymas is represented by New Division

 

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Euan Cook: Crazy Classics for Teens

French publisher, Editions Didier have commissioned Euan Cook to illustrate a number of modern retellings of classic tales including most recently, Dracula. Euan's bold linework lends itself brilliantly to the graphic novel style series for Teens and gives Crazy Classics: Login: Dracula a fresh and contemporary feel.

Euan Cook is represented by Arena

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