PICTURA: London, Dinosaurs and Monsters

PICTURA is a stunning series of black-and-white art to collect and colour for all ages, published by Templar. Eight new titles are added to the series this Spring, include the amazing illustrations by three Arena artists.
Thomas Flintham's A Stroll in London, is a wonderful panorama which leads you through London from St Paul's Cathedral to Marble Arch, passing iconic landmarks including some surreal surprises on the way.
Adam Stower's Dinosaurs brings to life a T-rex hunting a triceratops and herd of diplodocus look for lunch whilst a pteranodon swoops overhead in this dramatic depiction of the prehistoric world.
Aleksei Bitskoff's Monster Party illustrates this hilarious group of monsters having a birthday party. From hairy to slimy, monsters of all sizes enjoy snot sandwiches and eyeball jelly.
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The Mistletoe Bride

Rohan Eason illustrates 'The Mistletoe Bride' by Kate Mosse.
Published by Orion, Rohan recently spent a day signing books with the author; a haunting book which includes fourteen pieces of Rohan's art. He says "the book does look beautiful", which is no surprise, with the fine examples of his images we see here. 'The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales' is out now.
Rohan Eason is represented by Illustration Ltd
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Logos by John Roger

Multi talented illustrator and designer Jon Rogers was approached by photographer Peter Beavis, to design and illustrate a new uber cool logo to update his brand. He had seen the original logo for Mother advertising designed by Jon on a surf board in Cape town. Jon produced the amazing logo based on Peter’s love of surf and rock ‘n roll music. Jon also produced further logos for Mother – party fun logo Ministry, and Mother on the Rocks logo.

Jon Rogers is represented by Phosphor Art.

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Daniela Terrazzini for JJ Books, Brahma Dreaming

Here is a sneak peak of what our super talented Daniela Terrazzini has been working very hard on during the past few months, the second in the series of books by John Jackson, ‘Brahma Dreaming’.  Rave reviews are popping up everywhere ahead if it’s release in October, read the most recent one from The Guardian here. Turning her hand to black and white illustration, Daniela has proved this is no obstacle for her creating truly beautiful and captivating images. John Jackson is a master storyteller, his “intriguing versions of the tales of the Hindus’ great gods are graced by Daniela’s brilliantly reimagined illustrations of the deities, each a masterpiece of detail and drama, reminiscent of Dulac and Rackham, and the glorious ‘Golden Age’.” Brahma Dreaming will be available to buy from October 2013, you can pre-order your very own copy here.

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Daniela Terrazzini is represented by the Artworks

Great Wall of Comedy

Working with Red Bee Media, Emma Rios produces art for the promotion of Jo Brand's new comedy TV Show.

'Great Wall of Comedy' airing on the Gold channel from next week is all about sitcom classics; such as Faulty Towers and Only Fools & Horses. Emma was asked to create a wall of TV's which are currently being used in the promotional posters. Emma says " I love old vintage TV's so illustrated these. The photos of Jo & Co. where taken separately so I had to make it work as one piece. (I) love going past the billboards on the tube!"

Emma Rios is represented by Illustration

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Poonam Mistry for UWC Magazine

Poonam Mistry was commissioned to illustrate a cover for UWC magazine which is a charitable publication working with a global network of schools and colleges etc for world peace. Her brief was to encompass the challenges for education when there is economic discrimination. Her striking black and white image made the cover a real success.

Poonam Mistry is represented by Phosphor Art

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Bill Sanderson

Award winning scraper board artist Bill Sanderson recently completed a commission from Pentagram in New York for Atlantic Magazine.  The working title of the article was The myth of a Black President.  Bill is one of the few artists still working in scraper board and is a master of his art.

Bill Sanderson is represented by Phosphor Art

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The Wolves Of Willoughby Chase

This masterpiece drawn by Rohan Eason appears on the front cover of the childrens' classic 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase'. Published by Vintage, Rohan has also illustrated the sequel 'Black Hearts in Battersea' due out this month. He says "...the last illustrator to do them was one of my favourites, Edward Gorey, so I was very excited to be given the chance to do the new versions."

Rohan Eason is represented by Illustration

Peter Higgs’s portrait

Kings College London commissioned Bill Sanderson to draw this wonderful portrait of Peter Higgs of Higgs boson fame. Peter Higgs was an Edinburgh University physicist working on the origins of mass and the related Large Hadron colider. A specialist area indeed,   but Bill managed to to bring life and interest to his subject matter in a way only he can.

Bill Sanderson is represented by Phosphor Art

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