Artemis Fowl is revealed!

Leading illustrator Bob Lea represented by Artist Partners, was commissioned to redesign the much coveted cover artwork of the seven cover titles for the Artemis Fowl series, written by Eoin Colfer. The stylish covers which were mainly white illustrations in 3d , were a very unique style and a departure from the old covers.    

The new covers were launched by Penguin - Puffin Books - with the aid of an electronic countdown in the centre of Piccadilly Circus. The author was also there and was orchestrating the countdown for the actual moment of the release of the books, which was then simultaneously launched to all the many Artemis Fowl fans on all the social networking sites and youtube throughout the world....

Bob Lea has also been  commissioned to undertake the  making of a  animated trailer to launch  the books on the  TV,  which he has done very successfully indeed!  And this is just the start of the  marketing campaign !



Wereworld: Rise Of The Wolf

Andrew Farley has created this striking artwork for the cover of ‘Wereworld: Rise Of The Wolf’.  Shortlisted for the 2011 Waterstones Book Prize, ‘Wereworld: Rise Of The Wolf’ is an epic fantasy novel about a young mans battle with werecreatures determined to destroy him and his challenge to master the animal within.

Andrew Farley is represented by Meiklejohn Illustration

“World Best Reads” series

Wonderfully versatile artist Richard Merritt has recently completed a fantastic set of 6 book covers for Reader's Digest. Forming their 'Worlds Best Reads' series, Richard has provided simple but delicate silhouette work for the much loved classics, Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prejudice, Treasure Island and Kidnapped, Oliver Twist, The Moonstone, and the Sherlock Holmes books, The Hound of the Baskervilles and A Study in Scarlet. Individually they are stylish, and together they are great collection and compliment to some of the World's most famous authors.

Richard Merritt is represented by The Organisation

David Gemmell Legend Award Nominations

The David Gemmell Legend Awards have just announced their short list for the best  book covers for this year!

Artist Partners' Artists once again appear very strongly and dominate the nominations for this years book covers appearing in the highly prestigious David Gemmell Legend Awards – Artist Partners  and their  artists are very strong in this particular  fantasy genre, and they are delighted to present the works of  the nominated artists:
Bob Lea,  Larry Rostant and Paul Young

Artists and the pieces that they're nominated for are:
LEA, Bob - Cover of "The War of the Dwarves" by Markus Heitz

ROSTANT, Larry - Cover of 'The Ragged Man' by Tom Lloyd
ROSTANT, Larry - Cover of 'The Bone Palace' by Amanda Downum

YOUNG Paul - Cover of 'Tome of the Undergates' by Sam Sykes
YOUNG, Paul - Cover of 'Wolfsangel' by M.D. Lachlan
YOUNG, Paul - Cover of 'The Thief-Taker’s Apprentice' by Stephen Deas



Serge Seidlitz/Judy Blume Repackage

Serge Seidlitz was commissioned by Macmillan Publishers to work on the repackaging of the well loved Judy Blume books. The emphasis was to open Judy Blume up to a whole new audience and to develop a signature style that would work across eleven titles in the series, from the younger children's books to the teen titles.

Above is a selection of Serge¹s designs for the first batch of covers to be published. Forever and Are You There God, It's Me Margaret are available now, keep your eyes peeled for the rest to be released over the coming months.

Serge Seidlitz is represented by Debut Art

The Thirteen Secrets

The long awaited final book in Michelle Harrison's fairy trilogy, The Thirteen Secrets will be released soon. Arena's Christopher Gibbs has illustrated all the covers and the third book completes a beautiful set.
Thirteen Secrets is published by Simon & Schuster on 3rd February 2011, so don't forget to pre-order it now.
Christopher Gibbs is represented by Arena
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