The SAA are very pleased to be supporting the World Illustration Awards by sponsoring The SAA Agents Award for New Talent.


Two artists have been working in synergy and collaboration on  a new, and  highly anticipated non-fiction title by Mark Urban, entitled  TASK FORCE BLACK  

Two great talents  working on  the one cover, commissioned by the designer Sean Garrehy at Little Brown Publishing – 
The book telling the secret story of Britain’s war in Iraq was illustrated by : 

Larry Rostant,  who produced a graphic and journalistic approach to the cover with his very own  trademark photographic  eye and imagery. 

John Harwood who  created  in 3D  a specialised typographical approach for a book of this calibre and weight  .

A  great collaboration of talents merge for a book which has gone straight to no 1 this week!!

Both artists are represented by Artist Partners ltd. 

Open Larry Rostant's portfolio here

Open John Harwood's portfolio here

David Whittle works with South Eastern Railway


With the dawn of Oyster card travel on London's over ground network, illustrator David Whittle has been busy working on a big advertising campaign for South Eastern trains. His wonderful artwork will grace key poster sites at railway stations across the network. The artwork is also used in direct mail, press, on buses, underground sites, and online, with his quirky characters being used for an animation on the South Eastern Railway home page. Be sure to check out his illustrations on your travels this February and March!

David is represented by The Organisation

You can open his portfolio here

Joe Baglow: new Recruit at Phosphor Art

New recruit Joe Baglow currently exhibiting in Hong Kong, is set to make his mark on the design and advertising world with his cool characters, and off the wall sense of humour.  His “Web Cam Ladies” from his recent exhibition in Camberwell received huge acclaim, so watch out for Joe’s distinctive style in the press soon.

Joe is represented by Phosphor Art .

You can see more of his work here

February 2010

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