60 Years of the Queen

Gail Armstrong produces a glorious cover illustration for the July issue of "Where? London" magazine. The issue celebrates 60 years since The Queen's Coronation and features related events and places of interest to visit around London. Gail's paper sculpture image is inspired by the crown jewels with the crenellations creating a skyline of some of London's notable landmarks. Art Director Tim Benton said of the piece "We were so impressed with Gail's unique craft. She has created a fantastic eye catching illustration for our 'Where?' cover to our exact specifications, whilst still putting a great deal of her own input into the work. She is a true artist...." The "note From the Editor" feature in the magazine also has a short piece with some photos about the making of the image; an added insight into Gail's creations.

Gail Armstrong is represented by Illustration

 

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Every picture tells a story

The prestigious image that is featured here on the cover of magazine "The Bookseller" (Bologna edition) is the much awaited cover for the book in the new Order of Darkness series by best selling author Philippa Gregory entitled:  Changeling.
Designed by Nick Stearn and proudly published by Simon and Schuster, the cover was produced by one of the very top Artist Partners artists, the well know Illustrator and photographer Larry Rostant.
Larry’s work and image making  is much renown and appreciated , and highly acclaimed by all the very best publishers worldwide. His work is synonymous with huge best selling authors, best selling titles, and highly sought after by computer game and film companies.  Larry’s work is much about the considered photography he produces, the choice of models and costumes, and the overall highest quality and expertise he brings to any given brief!

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