Frances Castle: A Kid’s Guide to IWM London

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Frances Castle was commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to create illustrations for their new Kid's Guide to their London museum. The book is aimed at children aged 7 to 11 and had to be accessible and appealing to both girls and boys. IWM London re-opened  it's doors after a refurbishment in July 2014, in time for the Centenary of the First World War and Frances' brief was to interpret the newly designed atrium with it's displays of iconic planes and other objects. She also produced a series of comic strips telling stories of people's experience of war and conflict up to the present day.

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Steve May’s Cartoon Kid Strike’s Back!

What happens when Casper's vacuum cleaner swallows a hamster? You can find out if you read Jeremy Strong's Cartoon Kid Strikes Back, published this month. This is the 3rd book in the series featuring Steve May's hilarious cover and inside illustrations including comic strips of police elephants, a talking cake and much, much more. Steve May is represented by Arena

The Red Dress get gory for Phones 4U

The Red Dress ramped up the horror on this latest poster campaign for Phones 4U. They were asked by Adam & Eve to create a series of B-movie style posters, more about and comic strips, advice to sit alongside their current zombie themed TV ads.

The Red Dress is represented by Debut Art

 

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