Esther Cox – London’s Riverside / Transport For London

The very talented artist Esther Cox - represented by Artist Partners is a new and very talented illustrator and designer and she was utterly delighted to be awarded the perfect illustrative commissions, which was to produce two London Transport Posters for Transport For London and the images were to depict London's Riverside.
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Susannah Lovegrove shortlisted for The AOI World Illustration Awards

Artist Partners are delighted to announce that Susannah Lovegrove one of their recent signings has been shortlisted for The AOI World Illustration Awards this year and in association with The Directory of Illustration.
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Christopher Nielsen’s New Children’s Book


Phosphor Art's Christopher Nielsen has illustrated a beautiful book called Once Upon an ABC, published by Little Hare (Hardie Grant Egmont). Christopher’s vibrant illustrations accompany Sophie Masson’s lively alphabetical verse. The book is out now in Australia and will be published in the UK later this year.

Bill Sanderson’s Atticus Icon


Phosphor Art's scraperboard artist Bill Sanderson has created an illustration for the Atticus column in the new look SundayTimes (which was recently redesigned by Simon Esterson, Mark Porter and their team). Atticus is a political gossip column mostly focusing on Westminster. Bill was asked to create an image combining a snake with a pen - you'll find it every week in the Sunday Times.

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Will Broome – STRIPPD

Will Broome commissioned by Hope and Glory PR London for STRIPPD

Will's characters were commissioned to offer customers at the Balance Festival May 12-14th, personalised products. Attendees were able to choose their design, slogan and add their name to the design.

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Alex T. Smith Illustrates The Tale of Angelino Brown

Written by the award-winning author, David Almond, The Tale of Angelino Brown, is a warm and witty tale with charming illustrations by Alex T. Smith, published by Walker Books. Alex had great fun depicting Angelino, the little curly haired angel’s antics in this wonderful children’s story.

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Frances Castle Illustrates Lands of Long Ago

Frances Castle’s full colour illustrations are a joy to behold in this fun non-fiction book with a twist. Spot the Mistake: Lands of Long Ago, published by Wide Eyed Editions, tests your knowledge of history by spotting 20 mistakes in every detailed scene.

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