Anne Wilson is the GOLD SERCO Award Winner

We give a huge round of applause to Anne Wilson, winner of the Serco Prize for Illustration.
Anne’s ‘Winding Through The City’ beat 400 entries for the competition, 50 of which are on show at the London Transport Museum until June 3rd. The brief was to show the Thames as a diverse and exciting place for Londoners and visitors. The winning image is to be reproduced as posters to be used around the transport network and also sold at the London Transport museum shop. Anne Wilson is represented by Illustration Ltd

Melvyn Evans

We are thrilled that Melvyn Evans’s fantastic artwork ‘Thames People and Tides’ won the silver award in The London Transport SERCO prize for Illustration competition. From hundreds of entries, Melvyn’s artwork was awarded the silver prize.

The theme of this year’s competition was the River Thames, entries had to feature the river as a central feature of London and London life.  The brief was to create an artwork that was colourful and positively portrayed the river as an exciting and varied place for Londoners and visitors alike, which Melvyn’s artwork did wonderfully.  Melvyn’s illustration will be used across Transport For London’s upcoming advertising campaigns. Melvyn Evans is represented by New Division

New artist Sherrelle Bailey!

Introducing our latest signing, Manchester based artist Sherrelle Bailey. Having graduated from Liverpool John Moores University, Sherrelle has been busy ever since, creating her vivid artwork for various clients with great success. We hope she will be a valuable addition to our team of talented illustrators. Sherrelle Bailey is represented by the Organisation

Gwénola Carrère

We are very excited to announce the latest addition to The Artworks artists Gwénola Carrère! Topped to be one of the ‘Ones to Watch for 2011’ by Creative Review, and wowing the crowds with her prints at ‘Pick Me Up’ earlier this year, Brussels based Gwénola is already making waves in the Illustration industry over here. Here are a few of her gorgeous illustrations, we can’t wait to see what she gets up to next!

Lee Wildish shortlisted for the Red House Children’s Book Award 2011

Lee Wildish is shortlisted for the Red House Children’s Book Award 2011, for his illustrations in the stunning picture book ‘Dragon Stew’, written by Steve Smallman & published by Little Tiger Press. Young audiences predict what is about to happen when five bored Vikings go looking for an adventure, packed full of amusing illustration and character, this book is not one to miss!
www.redhousechildrensbookaward.co.uk. Lee Wildish is represented by The Bright Agency

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