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

Caroline Tomlinson x LA Times


Loose bold editorial portraits for the Los Angeles Times by Caroline Tomlinson, illustrating this years Oscar nomination’s 2024 in a series of Hollywood stars namely Paul Giamatti for his role in The Holdovers, Emma Stone for Poor things, Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon and Da’VIne Joy Randolph for her role in The Holdovers.

Seen on the home page of @latimes @latimes_entertainmen and in print, on their calendar cover.

Caroline Tomlinson is represented by Lipstick of London

Harry Milburn – New Artist


We’re thrilled to welcome Harry Milburn to the Meiklejohn team. With a background in design and publishing, Harry’s impressive illustrations have been commissioned by a diverse range of clients, making him equally at home creating an epic travel-style poster or a graphic, concept-driven visual.



Inspired by his love of nature and travel, Harry’s confident, eye-catching style has a distinctive textural quality and rich colour palette, often influenced by mid-century illustration and vintage signage.


Lucy Davey illustrates the latest cover for BBC’s Countryfile Magazine


Lucy Davey has created 4 dazzling new landscape illustrations, celebrating British countryside for the latest cover of BBC’s Countryfile Magazine.



The work centres around Summer adventures, and Lucy has been able to distil the feeling of hot, sparkling days spent out in nature. For an added sense of immersion, she’s also converted the work into GIFs.


Lucy Davey is represented by The Artworks

Clinique’s Valentine’s Campaign Illustrated by Aurelia Lange


This year, Clinique commissioned Aurelia Lange to illustrate their range of products for Valentine’s Day.



Utilising her signature brushstrokes and joyful colours, Aurelia let the products sing and highlighted to perennial connection between beauty and love.



She also created a bespoke font for the work, used to feature catchy taglines. The work has been used in social media campaigns across Clinique's channels.



Aurelia Lange is represented by The Artworks

Lumps Animates Video For Canada’s National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Phosphor's Lumps (aka Sam Drew) has been working on animations for a very important campaign for the past two years. Sex trafficking is one of Canada’s most lucrative and misunderstood crimes. Let’s Talk About Sex Trafficking is a campaign from Covenant House Toronto aimed at empowering and equipping parents and teens with the tools they need to help prevent sex trafficking in Canada. The images you see here are stills from the videos, which will launch on Canada’s National Human Trafficking Awareness day, February 22, 2024.

At the heart of the campaign are the two videos, illustrated and animated by Lumps, which are based on real stories of sex trafficking survivors. The campaign encourages parents to watch these videos with their teens to help understand the red flags in the luring process and how sex trafficking happens. There is also a microsite for teens featuring animation from the videos that includes information about healthy relationships, safety tips and where to get help.

Animation is a unique way to tell survivor stories. The goal was to tell these stories in a medium that teens would pay attention to, which is why Lumps was picked - Sam's signature style is bright, engaging and accessible. Animation also allows use of symbolism to tell parts of the story and cover a heavy and complex topic in a more approachable way for this audience.

Development of the campaign concept was informed by research conducted with survivors, teens, parents and educators. The campaign is supported by social media advertising, PR and parent and teen influencers.

To find more of Lumps' work check out his portfolio or animation page and get in touch with Trina at Phosphor to commission him for your next project.

Ben Hasler – Lignacite website, livery and branding.



Ben was selected to work on Lignacite's website creating illustrations of their domestic and commercial buildings. Lignacite are specialists the providing masonary blocks and building materials for some of the mostwell known bulidings in the UK.


Lignacite have been providing construction materials 75 years, supplying sustainable masonry products which have been used to construct many of the most iconic buildings that define contemporary Britain, especially in London, East Anglia and the Southeast.

Ben Hasler is represented by NB Illustration

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