FLAVIO MELCHIORRE

Welcome to FLAVIO MELCHIORRE, our new Italian artist, award-winning designer, illustrator, painter and founder of IDRO51 Creative Design Studio. He developed his distinctive personal style "Hypnotic Art" finding inspiration in his own life experiences, in people he met and places he visited. He brings his art to life, combining free-hand drawings with chromatic and iconographic effects, reaching unique results.

Flavio Melchiorre is represented by Phosphor Art

Superheroes: Exhibition Designs by Steve May

Steve May has been working with Discover Children's Story Centre in Stratford, East London on their brand new exhibition SUPERHEROES. Steve created the characters,  a comic and the environments for the exhibition.
Alphabet City is under threat from a mysterious villain and children are given the task of rescuing it from destruction, with the help of five superhero characters 'A', 'E', 'I', 'O' and 'U' who each have their own superpower. They must crack the code and defeat the evil mastermind 'Y' who is stealing all the vowels. The city they inhabit is purely from Steve’s imagination, he also created an animation to visualise the chase through the city streets in pursuit of the villain.

With the Olympics being held just around the corner, the exhibition is already breaking records with 500 recorded visitors on the opening day and 3000 visitors during the first week. SUPERHEROES runs until Sunday 4th November 2012. Steve May is represented by Arena

Christopher Gibbs

Christopher Gibbs has illustrated the covers for 3 Sherlock Holmes classic stories for Radio Times. They have teamed up with Penguin to celebrate the return of the popular BBC TV series Sherlock. The Arthur Conan Doyle titles A Scandal in Bohemia, The Hound of the Baskervilles and The Final Problem and Other Stories are free for RT readers.

Christopher Gibbs is represented by Arena

Guardian Guide

Chris King embraced the opportunity to illustrate the cover for the Guardian Guide last month, featuring Ryan Gosling. It's an illustration he is quite proud of and a striking one too. Chris says "It initially started as a piece about his new film 'Drive' but became more about the actor and his life rather than just focusing on the film (hence the dog/Hollywood star in the “Grand Theft Auto” inspired backdrop). Thanks to Stephen Jenkins (art Director at the Guide) who steered the ship."

Chris King is represented by Illustration Ltd

The No.1 Car Spotter and the Firebird

Warwick Johnson Cadwell has illustrated the cover for the second book in author Atinuke’s series about the irresistible Oluwalase Babatunde Benson, AKA ‘No.1?.  His hobby is car spotting, but he is also good at solving all sorts of problems for his village.
Warwick’s colourful illustration really makes the book stand out and appeal to it’s audience of children aged 7 and over.
‘The No 1 Carspotter and the Firebird’ is published by Walker Books.

Warwick Johnson Cadwell is represented by Eastwing

 

Lucy Truman

Lucy Truman’s  bright and sunny artwork was the perfect choice for Deborah Wrights feel good novel ‘Swimming With Dolphins’. Lucy’s cover perfectly compliments this romantic adventure, which transports the reader on a journey across the world on heroine Julia’s mission to complete her ‘Ten Things To Do Before I Die List.’ Lucy Truman is represented by New Division

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



Steve Horrocks

A big welcome to Steve Horrocks who his our latest signing! Originally from Merseyside, Steve moved to California with his wife in 1995 to work for a major feature animation studio and over the years has still pursued his passion for creating and illustrating on a personal level. Following great success in comics and animation, he has just finished his first childrens book and we think, with his beautiful drawings, that this is the beginning of a wonderful future in the children's market. Steve works digitally but likes to keep a traditional feel to his work.

Steve Horrocks is represented by The Organisation

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