Wendy’s Logo

Kathryn Rathke has been keeping a secret for over 3 years! But now with the unveiling of the new Wendy’s logo, she can finally reveal her part in the project.
Back in 2009 Kathryn was approached by Tesser to aid them in re-designing the Wendy's logo. She worked with them very closely; sketching, getting feedback and revising over a period of months. Tesser were very happy with the animation and expression that Kathryn was able to distil into a few elegant lines, and Kathryn was honoured to be a part of such an iconic job working with such a great design team. Kathryn Rathke is represnted by Illustration

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Just Published: Primrose by Alex T Smith

Alex T Smith's exciting new picture book 'Primrose', is published by Scholastic this month. Primrose is a princess who just wants to have fun but the King tells her off for climbing trees and the Queen shrieks when she catches her jumping on the bed with Percy the pug. She isn't allowed to dig in the garden or cook cakes in the kitchen, her life is boring, boring, boring! This is until Grandmama comes for a visit and reminds everyone in the royal household how important it is to have some belly-laughs. This book is very pink, feisty and a lot of fun - it's available in hardback, paperback and the ebook is narrated by Lucy Porter through Me Books. Alex T Smith is represented by Arena

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Sophie Kinsella’s I’ve Got your Number Book Jacket

Here is Lucy Truman’s latest cover artwork for Sophie Kinsella’s hugely popular Shopaholic series.  Lucy Truman is one of the UK’s most prolific artists for popular women’s fiction and is currently illustrating Sophie Kinsella’s entire back catalogue.

Lucy Truman is represented by New Division

The Breakfast Club

Sam Hadley was commissioned by Elmwood to produce an illustration for the Soho based cafe chain 'The Breakfast Club'.
They were looking for a classic airbrush style pin-up illustration to go with branding on the side of their 'Festival Bus'.
They looked to the iconic ‘Bomber Belle’  livery designs of American warplanes for inspiration – something that would capture the new venture’s pioneering spirit and remain true to the vintage, tongue-in-cheek approach of The Breakfast Club. Flying the tablecloth is ‘Madame D’Arblay’, named after the Soho street in London where the Breakfast Club’s first café was opened.
The Breakfast Club is also looking to a run a series of t-shirts and other merchandise with the same design! Keep your eyes out!

Sam Hadley is represented by Artist Partners

Sophie Tilley

Born into a family of inspiring creative artists with father Patrick Tilley designer, illustrator and writer and French Mother Janine Tilley a wonderful couturier it was inevitable that Sophie Tilley would follow suit. Sophie started her working career as an in house writer for IPC Magazines and then graduated to Fashion and Beauty Editor.

As a freelancer Sophie went on to design a sportswear range for Wembley Stadium
and also designed and co-wrote two books for Hamlyn Reed Publications.

Her passion and expertise for hand- made crafts led her to design and develop a range of products, Soft toys, character dolls and decorative stationery items all with her wonderful continental style and her work has been sold in the UK and Europe. Her   illustration work has also led to a highly successful series of books ‘ Princess Evie’s Magic Ponies “ Published by Simon & Schuster.

Sophie is currently in the process of developing her own line of stationery and craft items including a wonderful new line of wooden dolls which she is also offering in kit form.
For more details here is the link for the dolls,

http://www.etsy.com/listing/93979778/wooden-doll


Sophie Tilley is represented by Artist Partners

Nila Aye

We’ve just received a copy of the fabulous ‘The Girls Guide To DIY’ written by Jo Vehari and Alison Winfield-Chislett. Published by New Holland and illustrated by Nila Aye, this book is the ultimate guide for the modern woman who wants to improve her home (without getting a man to help her!).  Nila’s glamorous artworks wonderfully illustrate the hints and tips for doing DIY in style.

Nila Aye is represented by New Division

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