This month we shine the spotlight on Nick Diggory

Meet Nick Diggory as he showcases his new Vector style and celebrates 25 years as professional illustrator!

Here is tells us a bit more about his love of illustration,

"In 1985 I started my own studio and became a full time illustrator. That was over 30 years ago and now here I am, 20,000+ commissions later ...

Amongst other things, I've created characters for Sainsbury's, Asda and Tesco. I've Illustrated countless children's books and am one of Ritzenhoff Glassware's licenced designers. I also fly planes and ride motorbikes, but that's another story. I wouldn't change a thing."

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Sarah Dennis – Papercut Woodland


Sarah Dennis worked with Carlton Books to produce the fantastic Papercut Woodland, a guide to making your own papercuts. Starting with basic paper cutting techniques and building to more delicate pieces, Sarah produced twenty original designs on a woodland theme, which have created a truly stunning book.

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Bill Sanderson’s Atticus Icon


Phosphor Art's scraperboard artist Bill Sanderson has created an illustration for the Atticus column in the new look SundayTimes (which was recently redesigned by Simon Esterson, Mark Porter and their team). Atticus is a political gossip column mostly focusing on Westminster. Bill was asked to create an image combining a snake with a pen - you'll find it every week in the Sunday Times.

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Will Broome – STRIPPD

Will Broome commissioned by Hope and Glory PR London for STRIPPD

Will's characters were commissioned to offer customers at the Balance Festival May 12-14th, personalised products. Attendees were able to choose their design, slogan and add their name to the design.

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Tom Haugomat, Stanley Park Brewing

We're so excited to reveal Tom Haugomat's amazing new work for Stanley Park Brewing. Tom created a series of new illustrations for the Vancouver based craft brewers as part of a new identity created by Will Creative Inc.

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London is instantly recognisable by its transport imagery


London Transport Museum’s exhibition Poster Parade: Re-imagining historical posters explores the pervasive influence of London’s transport design.

“I feel like London is the only city in the world which is instantly recognisable by its transport images, ” says Elizabeth Scott, head curator at the London Transport Museum. “The tube map, the roundel, the red bus – they’re all symbols of London itself.”

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