Juggling many jobs at the moment, our in demand illustrator, Simon Cooper, has recently completed work on an Oxford University Press publication for the educational market. The humour in his work always shines through, and together with his strong colourful graphic approach, his imagery is sure to make learning fun. With more work on the way, he continues to deliver!
Simon Cooper is represented by The Organisation
Here are some of the latest images for Californian client - Lynda.com - beautifully executed by artist Petra Stefankova. The illustrations head up the various educational packages that Lynda offer. This has been an ongoing project for Petra for some time so a happy client!
Petra Stefankova is represented by Phosphor Art
Here is the front cover designed and produced by Sam Hadley for the new brochure to celebrate Artist Partners 60 years in business – the brochure will be a mix of retro and vintage and current images by artists past and present. It will be available later in the year. The cover gives a nod to the past and to the style of Saul Bass who was just one of the big names represented by Artist Partners, and also one of the highest calibre designers and illustrators represented by them in their early years.
Laila Hills has been in high demand recently and has just completed work on these fabulous waterproof 'Squirty Bath Books' for Campbell books. Adorable gifts to make bath time fun for your little ones! Bold, bright and simple, they are just perfect, and if you give them a squeeze, they'll shoot water at you! Laila Hills is represented by The Organisation
Marta Cerda from Debut Art has been working with DDB London for IG Markets to produce this press ad.
We are immensely proud to announce the news that Grahame Baker-Smith has won this year's CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal for his novel "FArTHER" published by Templar. Congratulations to Grahame for this much deserved and prestigious award. Read more here.
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