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

Lucy Truman

Lucy Truman’s  bright and sunny artwork was the perfect choice for Deborah Wrights feel good novel ‘Swimming With Dolphins’. Lucy’s cover perfectly compliments this romantic adventure, which transports the reader on a journey across the world on heroine Julia’s mission to complete her ‘Ten Things To Do Before I Die List.’ Lucy Truman is represented by New Division

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

Welcome to Monsterville

Discover Children's Story Centre in Stratford, East London and 3 monstertastic illustrators have teamed up to create a brand new exhibition: Welcome to Monsterville.
Arena's Neal Layton (Emily Browne) has collaborated with Sarah McIntyre (You can't Eat a Princess) and Ed Vere (Mr Big) to create a strange and fantastic world of revoltingly adorable monsters for an unbelievably hideous and funny experience.
The exhibition runs until March 2012.

Simon Bartram at Stratford Circus

Simon Bartram, creator of the Blue Peter award-winning Bob, the Man on the Moon is inviting children to come and join the fun at Stratford Circus on Saturday 18th June. The East London contemporary performing arts venue, is holding 'Draw with Simon' at 11.30am and 3pm. Simon will teach children to draw aliens, create a moonscape and tell the story of how Bob finds his best-ever friend. Simon Bartram is represented by Arena
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