Warwick Johnson Cadwell has illustrated the cover for the second book in author Atinuke’s series about the irresistible Oluwalase Babatunde Benson, AKA ‘No.1?. His hobby is car spotting, but he is also good at solving all sorts of problems for his village.
Warwick’s colourful illustration really makes the book stand out and appeal to it’s audience of children aged 7 and over.
‘The No 1 Carspotter and the Firebird’ is published by Walker Books.
Warwick Johnson Cadwell is represented by Eastwing
Gabriel Moreno created the beautiful cover illustration for the latest in the Taschen 'Illustration Now' series. The book features 'Today's mostexciting illustrators, from A to Z' and is a collection of groundbreaking
work by 150 illustrators from over 30 countries.
Gabriel Moreno is represented by Debut Art
Following on from the epic success of ‘Wereworld – Rise of the Wolf ’, here is Andrew Farley’s cover artwork for the next instalment of the Wereworld series, ‘Rage of the Lions’. This book sees hero Drew growing into a great warrior in his battles with the raging lions.
Andrew Farley is represented by Meiklejohn
Strong cover design has always been Artist Partners forte, and once again the cover image by Paul Young has contributed in making the Sophie McKenzie book “Girl Missing” not only a best seller with 150, 000 copies sold, but also a multi award winning novel. Designed by Nick Stearn, the book is published by Simon & Schuster
Now on his fifth cover, Tom Steyer gives the German Terry Pratchett editions some modernisation. Manhatten (Random House) commissioned Tom to illustrate bright, bold and memorable images, Tom says: "The technique I use enables them to apply the illustrations in various ways. For example the back covers and insides and tear-out bookmarks can have different versions i.e. different camera angles or lighting of the same subjects. All elements can be isolated and reorganized to form additional scenes. Furthermore all objects can be animated to promote the books on websites". Tom Steyer is represented by Illustration
Juggling many jobs at the moment, our in demand illustrator, Simon Cooper, has recently completed work on an Oxford University Press publication for the educational market. The humour in his work always shines through, and together with his strong colourful graphic approach, his imagery is sure to make learning fun. With more work on the way, he continues to deliver!
Simon Cooper is represented by The Organisation