Popular Mechanics

Matthew Laznicka was thrilled with his commission from Hearst Publishing’s Popular Mechanics.

Originally commissioned as an editorial illustration, the success of the image meant the magazine decided to use it for the May 2011 cover. Matthew says “It had always been my dream to be on the cover. My father and grandfather were always subscribers and I loved as a child going through the old box my grandad had dating back to the 40's.”

Matthew Laznicka is represented by Illustration Ltd

Ella’s Sanctuary

Beautiful packaging for the Sanctuary Spa has been gorgeously illustrated by Ella Tjader.

If feminine, beautiful, and stylish are words on a brief, Ella Tjader’s creations are always the answer. Camilla Lilliesköld Design & Art Direction commissioned Ella to produce illustrations for the Covent Garden based spa. These successful results take you to a fruity and floral butterfly garden.

Ella Tjader is represented by Illustration Ltd

Travel in style

Gary Redford created this series of artworks for East Midlands Airport’s latest billboard campaign. Gary was chosen for the project as it was felt his fresh, modern style was perfect for delivering the simple graphics, which illustrate the clever concept of contrasting the everyday with the exciting.


Gary Redford
is represented by Meiklejohn

Romeo Spikes

Pete Harrison was commissioned by Beautiful Books to create this fantastic cover artwork for ‘Romeo Spikes’ by Joanne Reay. Pete was asked to design the tattoo around key elements from the story. He then illustrated it over a photograph to create this striking image. Pete has previously created similar designs for Hyundai’s press campaign in South Africa.

Pete Harrison is represented by Meiklejohn


Cartoon Kid Supercharged!

Steve May has illustrated the second instalment of Jeremy Strong's hilarious new series starring Casper and his alter ego, superhero Cartoon Kid. The books each have three stories, packed with illustrations on every page and at the end of every story there's a comic strip.

Steve May is represented by Arena

Award Winning Alex T Smith

Congratulations to Alex T Smith who was crowned winner of the Dundee Picture Book Award 2011 for his picture book, Bella and Monty: A Hairy, Scary Night. It was voted book of the year by the school children of Dundee.
We were also delighted to hear that two more of Alex’s picture books have been nominated for awards: My Mum Has X-Ray Vision has been shortlisted for the Portsmouth Book Award 2011 and Egg, written and illustrated by Alex, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Sheffield Children's Book Award 2011.
Alex T.Smith is represented by Arena

Fresh Talent at Arena

Arena would like to introduce new recruit, Fred Gambino. Fred has had a long, successful career as a science fiction and fantasy artist, illustrating covers for all the major UK and US publishers. He is also a matte painter and concept artist for the film and animation industry, working on Oscar nominated Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius, The Ant Bully, C-Horse and The Star Beast.
Fred's science fiction illustrations feature in the British Library's fabulous Out Of This World exhibition, which runs until 25th September 2011.

“Grunt and the Grouch”

Lee Wildish won the Hillingdon Children’s Book Awards 2011 for ‘Grunt and the Grouch’ published by Little Tiger Press!  Tracey Corderoy's text and Lee's illustrations are a match made in heaven and the Bright team are very proud of this fantastic book.
And finally Bright would like to introduce six artists new to SAA this year  Masumi FurukawaMigy Blanco, Gavin Scott, Louise Ellis, Gladys Baccala, Binny Talib, watch this space for news of their successes!

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