Loving

Christopher Corr's vibrant painterly illustrations make 'Loving' by Henry Green a must for the book shelf. Published by The Folio Society, the story is set in Ireland during World War II and describes 'life above and below the stairs in Kinalty Castle'. Bound in cloth, the cover also adorns a design by Christopher; a book that's a treat for the mind and the eyes!

Christopher Corr is represented by Illustration

 

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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

‘The Tragic Tale of Dwayne, The Eating Monster’

We are proud to announce that Valentina Mendicino's first children's picture book as author and artist, published by Top That! Publishing, is hitting the shelves this month. 'The Tragic Tale of Dwayne, The Eating Monster' is the hilarious story of one little monster's insatiable appetite. He eats and eats, and grows and grows, until.... well you'll just have to find out his fate for yourselves! Valentina's striking and original artwork conveys the story perfectly, and we are pleased and excited to be part of the blossoming career of an artist and author who is definitely one to watch over the coming months.

Valentina Mendicino is represented by The Organisation

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Entertaining Etiquette

'The Debrett’s Guide to Entertaining Etiquette' is brimming with the illustrative work of Kavel Rafferty. And now available to buy, this book is hard to resist purchasing because of the beauty of Kavel's drawing. Karen Wilks, designer of the book says "Working with Kavel was an absolute pleasure, with over 60 illustrations in the book we worked in batches. Kavel understood exactly what we were trying to achieve and was very accommodating and all the deadlines were met on time. The day each batch arrived was a day I really looked forward to, it was like unwrapping presents, everyone was a gem and her compositions and colour palette worked perfectly. Kavel brings warmth and humour to all her work combining her painting and photoshop skills beautifully with a small nod towards her interest in the 50’s and 60’s. I very much hope we have a chance to work together again soon."

Kavel Rafferty is represented by Illustration

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Tequila Mockingbird

Towards the end of last year Lauren Mortimer illustrated 'Tequila Mockingbird'; a cocktail book published by Running Press.  The book which contains recipes based on classic novels is now out and available to buy!

Lauren was commissioned to produce 40 full page illustrations, as well as the cover. She says "My job was to illustrate the recipes incorporating key themes from the book upon which it was based. I used only graphite, creating quite surreal images throughout; (Lord of the Mai Tai's, Charlie and the Chocolate Faketini, Gin Eyre are a few of the titles....), it was such a fun and great creative project for me...it also got a great review in the Evening Standard (news)paper."

Lauren Mortimer is represented by Illustration

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Frances Castle Illuminated Letters for Guardian Books

These wonderful illuminated letters were created by Frances Castle for the Guardian's Spiegeltent at the Edinburgh International Book Festival this year. They appeared on deck chairs, canvas bags, stickers, beer mats and book plates. Frances was commissioned by 999 Design to illustrate quotes by famous authors for different book genres: Alexander McCall Smith for Crime, Mark Haddon for Children's, Hilary Mantel for Historical Fiction and Jasper Fforde for Fantasy.

Frances Castle is represented by Arena

Kate Forrester Barnes & Noble children’s classics

Kate Forrester has illustrated a beautiful set of covers for Barnes and Noble in the States. This is the first in a series of 6 special leather bound children’s classics to be released this year. The series includes Anne of Green Gables, The Wind in the Willows and Grimms Fairy Tales. All are printed directly onto leather with embossed foil finishes, pretty end papers and silver edged pages.

Kate Forrester is represented by the Artworks

Spike Gerrell illustrates Max Archer, Kid Detective

Spike Gerrell's charming illustrations for Max Archer, Kid Detective: The Case of the Recurring Stomachaches is the second in the series, published this month by Magination Press. Spike's sensitive use of humour to explain difficult health topics, helps children understand and overcome their anxieties.

Spike Gerrell is represented by Arena

Read For Good

Keith Robinson's work for the charity 'Read For Good' continues with this latest set of illustrations. The images which are for a variety of uses such as bookmarks, certificates, sponsorship cards and posters, are to communicate the pleasure kids can get from reading. Last year, Keith designed the mascot and logo for the charity; Jamie and the orange balloon can be seen 'unifying' this set of images.
"'Read for Good' improves children's lives by encouraging and enabling children in primary and secondary schools to enjoy the powerful positive effects of reading for pleasure. In doing so these children also fundraise fantastic sums of money - to help seriously ill children across the UK."

Keith Robinson is represented by Illustration

Blackbear The Pirate

Ruth Palmer has completed some very pleasant covers and spreads for Blackbear the Pirate.  Commissioned by the author Steve Buckley, Ruth is now working on her third book in the series. The books follow a pirate bear and crew who are 'named after actual pirates from what historians call the Golden Age of Piracy' with Blackbear based on the famous Blackbeard. Ruth's warm painterly illustrations give the books a traditional classic feel.

Ruth Palmer is represented by Illustration Ltd

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