Mayfair based William & Son are on the move, packing up their Mount Street store and heading for beautiful new premises on nearby Bruton Street. To mark this new chapter they commissioned Sarah Maycock to illustrate their new building in all it's glory. Sarah also illustrated a map from the old store to the new, allowing their customers to choose between the quick route, the foodie route or Handsome Frank's favoured option, the refreshing route.
Ever since Katherine Baxter was a child, she's been fascinated by looking at the world from above, whether it was a model village or from the top of the Empire State Building. Ever since leaving Bath Academy of Art, it's been her inspiration in creating pictorial maps, aerial views and architectural vistas of cities, towns, and villages all over the world, although London and New York are top of her list. She has been lucky enough to have been commissioned by a number of clients including The Times, The Radio Times and The Daily Telegraph to explore and illustrate large areas of London, and it still gives her joy to create something new....... She illustrates using traditional drawing methods, her trusty Rotring pens are a constant companions, although she does use the computer for colouring and creating digital files, her passion still lies in the actual mark making of pen on paper.
She has worked with a wide range of clients from Children’s book publishers , newspapers to Advertising agencies. She is commissioned not simply for her drawing, but her creative and narrative ability to interpret a brief beyond the basic product of cartography, this includes many things like research, planning and composition....her main aim is to create something beautiful that is informative in nature, and urges the viewer to retain it as a keepsake!
The latest Karl Pilkington book "The Further Adventures Of An Idiot Abroad" was released recently, illustrated throughout by Dominic Trevett . Dominic worked closely with the lovely folk at Canongate Books to produce an array of charming illustrations, maps and hand written elements to embellish each page and help document Karl's adventures across the globe as he attempts to undertake his Bucket List of '100 Things to Do Before You Die'.
Dominic Trevett is represented by Debut Art
David Dean's wonderful book 'World Atlas' has been turned into an amazing interactive 3D app by Barefoot Books, in collaboration with Touchpress. Recently named app of the week on The App Store USA, this is a must have for children, helping them to learn all about the world we live in. David's beautiful illustrations have also been animated so they really do make the book come alive!: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/barefoot-world-atlas/id489221652?mt=8
Multi talented artist Fred van Deelen is continuing to produce great work for our regular client, Country Life magazine. He has created many of his beautifully detailed maps of the UK for the magazine, with the most recent being the island of Anglesey. He manages to pack so much information into the drawings in his loose effortless style, and such is his skill with map work, he is always in high demand.
Fred Van Deelen is represented by the Organisation