The SAA are very pleased to be supporting the World Illustration Awards by sponsoring The SAA Agents Award for New Talent.

The 2012 Summer Reading Challenge: Story Lab

Steve May has created the illustrations and animations for The Reading Agency's Summer Reading Challenge 2012, whose aim is to get everyone reading. The campaign, runs incentives, activities and events in libraries nationwide. It has had wide coverage from press and TV, encouraging kids to read 6 books over the summer holidays. With 780,000 children aged 4-11 taking part, STORY LAB is the biggest national reading initiative in the UK.

Steve May is represented by Arena

Colourful posters for the olympics

Adam Avery's fantastic Olympic themed images have been selected to feature in the Creative Review iPad App.

Adam's bold and colourful images make for a wonderful set of poster designs which celebrate 12 Olympic events including hurdles, cycling and diving.

Adam Avery is represented by Eastwing.

For more about the CR iPad App visit http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-ipad-app

The Charles Dickens Bicentenary

Caroline Church has completed a glorious job for Royal Mail. Commissioned by Adam Giles at Interabang, Caroline has created the artwork for a presentation pack of stamps to commemorate Dickens's Bicentenary. The copy on the pack was written by Dickens's great great great granddaughter Lucinda Dickens Hawksley and the illustrations on the stamps themselves are by Joseph Clayton Clarke 1890. For more information and to see the stamps go here.

Caroline Church is represented by Illustration Ltd

Fritz and Franzi Campaign

A campaign for Fritz and Franzi involving Natalie Kilany's Love Bug illustration has been shortlisted for the Art Directors Club Switzerland. The commission, from Jung von Matt Switzerland, required Natalie to tackle the delicate subject of youth violence. Natalie's clever composition evokes the loneliness of the situation in this very triumphant piece of art. Fritz and Franzi is a magazine for parents, guardians and institutions covering all matters relating to the problems one can face when bringing up children and adolescents.

Natalie Kilany is represented by Illustration Ltd

 

Cloudspotting for Beginners

'Cloudspotting for Beginners' is an illustration completed by Steinar Lund for Country Life Magazine. Published last month, the piece is for an article on the types of cloud we generally see in the UK, Steinar says "I often walk in the English countryside at weekends and take photographs, including clouds. Consequently I had a lot of cloud photographs which helped in doing the image. Although I was not previously aware of the technical names of clouds, I can now impress/bore my friends by pointing what type of clouds are above our heads!"

Steinar Lund is represented by Illustration Ltd

The Sweetness of Forgetting

Quercus Books recently commissioned Lucy Davey to do this lovely cover for one of their titles The Sweetness of Forgetting and liked it so much that they have just asked her to illustrate the back cover too!
We agree that it's a stunning illustration, typical of Lucy's fresh and evocative style and use of colour.

Lucy Davey is represented by the Artworks

A Letter from Singapore

This month at The Art Market, we are featuring the work of David McConochie, who has  produced a full page colour illustration for Conde Nast Traveller Magazine. This image was created to accompany an article entitled " A letter from Singapore". David has produced a beautiful montage of photographic image with vibrant swatches of colour to create this illustration.
David McConochie is represented by the Art Market

BT Artbox by Lizzie Mary Cullen

As part of BT Artboxes, London’s biggest public art exhibition supporting ChildLine‘s 25th Anniversary, leading illustrator, Lizzie Mary Cullen was commissioned by First Direct to transform their phone box into a work of art in just 24 hours non stop, starting at 10am on the 18th June 2012 in Covent Garden. Lizzie completed the box with a fantastic design, and it will be auctioned for the charity later this month.

Lizzie Mary Cullen is represented by Phosphor Art

La Boca for Green Mark Vodka

La Boca have been working closely with More Creative on their new creative direction for Russia's no 1 selling vodka Green Mark. La Boca were asked to create a design that communicated the brand's authentic Russian credentials and heritage with a modern twist taking cues from an artistic movement, constructivism, which originated in Russia in the early 1920s.

In this same period, the Russian Government appointed an agency called Glavspirttrest to regulate vodka production in Russia and award only the finest vodkas the coveted Green Mark seal of approval.

La Boca is represented by Debut Art

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