Jonny Duddle illustrated this fantastic poster for The Birmingham Stage Company's new production of James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl, adapted by David Wood. The performances are at The Old Rep Theatre in Birmingham until 14th February 2013, before touring nationally.
Jonny Duddle is represented by Arena
I couldn’t resist posting this beautiful Christmas image of an Angel doll by our very own Sophie Tilley! The doll is designed and made by Sophie which is just one of her many talents!
Sophie is the artist responsible for the charming illustrations in the highly successful series of books published by Simon and Schuster "Princess Evies Ponies" written by Sarah Kilbride.
Sophie is happiest creating her own characters and animals, and has developed lots of arts and crafts ideas which she promotes on the Etsy site.
She also designs and develops a range of children’s products, notebooks, character dolls, soft toys and decorative stationary items.
With the obvious French influences of her mother, Sophie always brings a little more in French style to her designs and illustrations.
At the moment she is working on a series of books based on her own characters and writing. More to be revealed very soon!
Sophie is represented by Artist Partners
Marta Antelo was commissioned to illustrate a mural for the women and children's Gamma suite at Adelaide hospital.
The aquatic scene features a friendly mermaid, a smiling whale and an array of happy fish.
The image looks wonderful on the wall and makes for a welcoming environment for children having tests, helping to reassure them. Marta Antelo is represented by Eastwing
Bright Group International are very proud and excited for our brilliant illustrator Mark Chambers with his recent picture book with Litte Tiger Press …The hilariously witty (and slightly messy) ‘Pigeon Poo’ has been released and is available now. This author, illustrator combination; Elizabeth Baguley and Mark Chambers, ensures this title will become a favourite choice for boys and girls of all ages, and adults too. ‘Pigeon Poo’ is Mark’s first book with Little Tiger Press, we hope theres more to come!
Mark Chambers is represented by Bright
Following on from his bestselling Marvellous Mazes, the talented Thomas Flintham has a new book published this month by Scholastic. Thomas Flintham's Super-Fantastic Puzzles is an adventure through Puzzleland, 'where you never know what puzzling place, person or creature you'll find next'. Thomas finds puzzles in everything: a field full of crows, a dinosaur tangle and a hungry dragon. This is a puzzle book that boggles your mind with intricate quests to find lost treasures, before facing the spot-the-difference puzzles. With 60 puzzles, it's perfect for those rainy afternoons.
Thomas Flintham is represented by Arena
A campaign for Fritz and Franzi involving Natalie Kilany's Love Bug illustration has been shortlisted for the Art Directors Club Switzerland. The commission, from Jung von Matt Switzerland, required Natalie to tackle the delicate subject of youth violence. Natalie's clever composition evokes the loneliness of the situation in this very triumphant piece of art. Fritz and Franzi is a magazine for parents, guardians and institutions covering all matters relating to the problems one can face when bringing up children and adolescents.
Natalie Kilany is represented by Illustration Ltd
Lisa Hunt has recently produced some wonderful artwork for the lovely people at Inkrobin. The illustrations are for the cute story 'The Hippo, The Rhino, The Elephant and Me', a tale of the fun things you do when your friends are rather large animals! It is to be an exciting Ipad app, and the client was over the moon with the work Lisa did on it... see for yourselves!
Lisa Hunt is represented by the Organisation
We are excited to announce not one, but TWO brand new illustrators to join The Organisation! Introducing Leo Broadley, with his wonderfully lively ink drawings that fizz with action and humour , and then there's Victoria Assanelli with her gorgeous illustrations that glow with warmth and texture to create a real magical quality. Both are already very successful artists and we think this will long continue so check out their portfolios and enjoy the fantastic work on display!
The University of Aberdeen has recently commissioned Natalie Kilany to illustrate "The Kings Dream", a fairytale written by Jackie Ross. The story follows a King who is troubled by nightmares; with worries of what the future holds for his people. None of his expert advisors can explain his dreams, but a young hill farmer has insights which help the King harness the collective wisdom of his people and let him sleep peacefully once more. Natalie says "In a nut shell the fairytale tells the story of two contrasting futures faced by Britain's hill communities, based on research from the Sustainable Uplands project. This was a fantastic book to work on, I was given complete creative freedom that I utterly enjoyed and flourished in." Commissioner Mark Reed was very happy too, he said of the illustrations "... they’re BEAUTIFUL!!!! Really great job Natalie and bang on time! Very pleased indeed..."
Natalie Kilany is represented by Illustration