Dettol

Pastiche illustrator Garry Walton produced a series of artworks for Dettol hand soap.  The brief, to create a trash bag, old shoe and toilet pan out of hand shadow puppets, in a medical journal style, was quite a challenge, but utilized Garry’s versatility as an artist perfectly.

Garry Walton is represented by Meiklejohn

Chickenworld

Here is a selection of artworks from Garry Parsons brand new picture book, ‘Chicken World’. Written by Sean Taylor, The Nestle children's book award winner and published by Random House, ‘Chicken World’ tells the tale of the Cluckalots family day out to the Chicken World theme park and their unexpected encounter with a hungry fox. Garry’s egg-cellent illustrations are full of fascinating detail and humour, which will have you clucking with laughter.

Garry Parsons is represented by Meiklejohn Illustration

Welcome to Heathrow

Ruth Rowland has delivered spectacularly with a series of large posters for a BAA Welcome Campaign at Heathrow Airport. The idea was for recognisable London characters to welcome passengers on their arrival, eleven real characters have been used; from a Carnival Queen to a Chelsea Pensioner, a Doorman to a Policeman. Ruth wrote the word ‘Welcome’ in a style to reflect all their different personalities, they can be seen along the Terminal 4 Travelator at Heathrow.

Ruth Rowland is represented by Illustration Ltd

Bob Dylan

The Spring issue of Intelligent Life has run a huge portrait of Bob Dylan by the gifted Kathryn Rathke. The portrait was in honour of his 70th birthday, and not the first Kathryn has created for the magazine, she says: “… it is a glorious magazine and I treasure every copy that Martin Lovelock sends me. ..”

Kathryn Rathke is represented by Illustration Ltd

Simon Bartram’s Latest Adventure

Simon's recently published Clone Chaos (Templar), continues the adventures of Bob and his sidekick Barry. It's already receiving some great reviews, including this from the Guardian's children's books editor, Julia Eccleshare:
Best-selling Simon Bartram has created a wonderful new set of adventures for Bob, the Man on the Moon. This time he finds he has been cloned! Soon he is meeting himself on the Moon - and getting a bit of a shock as he does so. Beautifully illustrated and written in short, easy to read chapters, this is a great book for beginning readers.
Simon Bartram is represented by Arena

Eastern Eggs

Advertising agency TBWA London have been working with the British Red Cross to raise money for the Japan Tsunami Appeal. They have created a range of decorative, wooden Easter Eggs called 'Eastern Eggs' which have been illustrated by a selection of artists, including Arena's Kristyna Litten.
Kristyna was tasked with creating artwork relating to Japan which was then drawn onto the eggs by a high-tech Egg-Bot. Her fish design is one of the fourteen exclusive donated artworks available for sale. If you'd like to buy Kristyna's design check out the Eastern Egg website.

Adam Stower’s Silly Doggy!

We are proud to announce the publication of Adam Stower's fantastic new picture book, Silly Doggy! 

When Lily looks out of her bedroom window one morning, she gets the best surprise - a doggy! But this is no normal doggy, he's got lots of strange habits and there's a local zookeeper who is looking for him…. Join Lily and Doggy on the best day out ever.

You can meet Adam in person at his local bookshop in Brighton, The Book Nook on 14th May where he will be signing copies of his charming and beautifully illustrated book. He'll also be making a guest appearance at the Hay Festival and Edinburgh festival this summer.
Silly Doggy! is published by Templar and available from all good booksellers from 1st May.
Adam Stower is represented by Arena

Yehrin Tong for Bombay Sapphire

9 months in the making, The ‘Infused with Imagination’ Installation was created by a team of designers including Yehrin Tong and established photographer and director Richard Foster, known for his work with De Beers, Gucci and Rolls Royce. Inspired by the word ‘infused’, meaning elements bleeding into each other, Yehrin created a dream-like visual that has no beginning or end; rather it feels like an organic mixture of images both natural and mythical. This design has now been turned into a large 3D art installation laid out as a series of sections depicting different pieces of the story. Each illustrated panel is hung separately in an overlapping design, telling the Bombay Sapphire story. The entire artwork uses perspective in that you can only fully appreciate the stunning effect from a specific point in the room. Over 75,000 crystals were used to bring each segment to sparkling life.

Watch the first official cinema advertisement here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkx6C6MjA44
And ‘the making of’ video here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mC8IovgmCE


Yehrin Tong is represented by Debut Art

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