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Christopher Nielsen for Pixar

Phosphor's Christopher Nielsen was commissioned to create some images for Pixar’s Instagram feed with characters from The Incredibles, Monsters Inc., Wall-E, Up, Coco and Finding Nemo having fun in the sun with the theme “Any weather is better with you”.

Chris enjoyed the challenge of illustrating existing (and rather famous!) characters, as opposed to designing characters for picture books himself, as he is more used to doing.

Find more of Christopher Nielsen's work in his Phosphor portfolio.

Behind the Book: The World Book Day Monster illustrated by Ada Grey

Following the festivity of World Book Day earlier this month, it was timely to go behind the scenes of the magical new picture book The World Book Day Monster written by Adam & Charlotte Guillain. The book, from Egmont, is a celebration of stories, capturing all the excitement and imagination the day inspires as one young reader tries to find someone to share the magic of her favourite book with.

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Carrie May – Ever Dark

Carrie May was honoured to be asked to illustrate Abi Elphinstone's World Book Day title Ever Dark published by Simon & Schuster. Carrie's stunning cover transports us to another world, making her ethereal style a great choice for this enthralling tale.

Carrie May is represented by Kids Corner Illustration

How Winston Delivered Christmas by Alex T. Smith

Deck the halls, buff your baubles and whack another batch of mince pies in the oven because we have the most festive of Christmas treats for you! Presenting the MUST HAVE Christmas book of the year, How Winston Delivered Christmas by our very own Alex T Smith , published by Macmillan Children’s Books. 

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Katerina Kerouli

 

Katerina Kerouli - has been busily working non stop since she joined Artist Partners on two new picture books, but  she has also found some time to produce other images as samples for her folio.

Her work is both charming and quirky.  The dog was inspired by the film Isle of Dogs, and the bats were just a bit of fun.

We have updated Katerina's website folio with other fabulous new images, to see   more of Katerina's work please go to the website.

http://www.artistpartners.com/portfolios/kat-kerouli/

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