Stephen Player

Stephen Player represented by Artist Partners  is living and teaching art and illustration in San Francisco, but he still finds the time to
illustrate for special projects, and has recently produced a new sample image entitled "Death" for a forthcoming Caroc project.

Stephen has always enjoyed painting the macabre, graphic novels, and other fantasy and horror subjects. He is known for his collaboration on many
Terry Pratchett titles : including

"The Illustrated Wee Free Men "
"Colour of Magic  25th Anniversary Edition "
And
"Guards Guards Board Game"

Stephen's work can also be seen as an influence on the set designs on Sky One's film production of "Hogfather" also a Terry Pratchett project.

Stephen Player is represented by Artist Partners

Thomas Flintham Loves Mameshiba

Viz Media commissioned Thomas Flintham to illustrate Mameshiba Love Winter. Recently published, this novelty book tells the tale of a group of clever beans who don their hats, scarves and earmuffs to brave the cold and build a snow castle. Thomas' delightful illustrations also include designs for stickers to decorate the pop up castle inside.

Thomas Flintham is represented by Arena

Giant snowmen

Tado were recently invited to take part in a fantastic project put together by the Toronto Tourism board, The Magic Pony Gallery, CP+B, Narwhal Arts Projects and Lunch Creative. Along with 15 other artists they designed 8 foot giant snowmen who have now taken over Toronto's parks, shopping malls and public spaces. The Torontoland Giant Snowman campaign is raising money for the Startlight Children’s Foundation who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses and life-altering injuries. Each time a picture is taken of one of the snowmen and uploaded to Facebook $2 will be donated to the charity.

Tado are represented by Debut Art

Chapter headings for Jamie’s great Britain

Penguin Books commissioned Sroop Sunar to illustrate the chapter headings in Jamie Oliver's new book 'Jamie's Great Britain'. Sroop created 13 beautiful illustrations to accompany the delicious recipes Jamie compiled during his latest journey to discover the best of Great British food. The book has been published to coincide with the TV Series currently running on channel 4.

Sroop Sunar is represented by Debut Art

Gavin Reece

Gavin Reece was commissioned by French lingerie brand Undiz to illustrate the heroine of their latest campaign, Dolores Kimo. Undiz have broken away from the traditional photography based campaigns normally used for underwear brands. They have commissioned various illustrators to create a series of icons who model the seasons latest mix and match lingerie. Gavin’s fabulous artwork has featured across press, in-store and facebook campaigns.

Gavin Reece is represented by New Division

James Brown

Faber and Faber commissioned James Brown to illustrate the cover of "The Ultimate Book of Heroic Failures" by Stephen Pile. Typographer and print maker James was asked to create a striking text based artwork for the cover of the follow up to ‘The Book of Heroic Failures’. Creating something to follow the iconic artwork of the original book was a challenge but James’s bold eye catching artwork fulfilled the brief perfectly.


James Brown is represented by New Division

Café Rough Murals

Cafe Rouge on The Strand has been decorated in style by Alyana Cazalet. Working with FutureBrand, Alyana spent the summer on this big and challenging art commission. The Cafe Rouge chain is in the process of re-designing the interiors of all its restaurants in the UK and asked Alyana to design murals for their first new look. From the start the client was extremely pleased with Alyana's drawings and the 'idiosyncratic characters' on her first rough. From then she was given the 'green light' to create a slice of life in a French bistro, in London. Alyana says "I had positive comments from many other people friends/fellowartists/etc...who saw (the) murals since (the) Cafe Rouge opening in September........It was (a) challenging commission without any doubt, due to the scale ( 25 square meters), time pressure, public place (The Strand). ........ My inspiration came from French music and poetry as well as (the) streets of Paris and individual French cafe culture."

Alyana Cazalet is represented by Illustration Ltd

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