Tomato Skirts

These juicy ads are for Saveol in France and illustrated by Jacqueline Bissett.

The brief was to show cheeky girls desiring and eating the mini tomatoes making up their skirts - which were superimposed onto the artworks. The fun images are currently in use on billboards throughout France, with the possibility of them going on the side of trucks at some point, which would be great!

 Jacqueline Bissett is represented by Illustration ltd

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Pikka Pikka

Chrissy Lau is commissioned by Pikka Pikka to develop a series of patterns for their micro fibre cleaning cloths for spectacles.
Chrissy was asked to create whimsical and endearing designs and ones that would appeal to a younger audience. The results are five artworks, which have proved to be incredibly popular.
Simon Kuong of Pikka Pikka said of Chrissy's work "I came across Chrissy's work on the Internet and was instantly attracted to her unique style and the amount of detail in her art. Her communication is timely and her work has won us many great comments from our customers. It is often said success is not only to rely on one's talent but more importantly attitude, and Chrissy has shown she has both. I wish her every success and would highly recommend her as an artist and illustrator."

Chrissy Lau is represented by Illustration

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Angel Doll by Sophie Tilley

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

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“From Notting Hill to New York Actually”

Lucy Truman has created this stunning cover art for ‘From Notting Hill To New York Actually’, the third title by best selling author Ali McNamara. Lucy’s trademark glitz and glamour perfectly sets the tone for this romantic adventure in New York.

Lucy Truman is represented by New Division

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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

Katie Wood

Here are two new book jackets by Katie Wood. Katie was commissioned by Scholastic to illustrate the new covers of their fabulous series ‘Main Street’. As an emerging talent in the world of Children’s publishing 2012 is an exciting year for Katie, with the launch of several new series’ featuring her cute artworks coming in the next few months. Katie Wood is represented by New Division

Marguerite Sauvage

Marguerite Sauvage was commissioned by the prolific French publisher Calman Levy to produce these fabulous book covers for the French language editions of Kate Kingsley’s glamorous teen novels ‘Young, Loaded and Fabulous” and “Secret’s and Liars”.

Marguerite Sauvage is represented by New Division

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