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Neal Layton wins School Library Association Award

Congratulations to Neal Layton whose book, The Story of Stars, has won the SLA Information Book Award for the under 7's category. The judges said that his book is… "a superb simple and straightforward book which informs through being totally entertaining: with working pop-ups, humour and an imaginative progression - it is a totally engaging delight." 

Neal's interest in life, the universe and everything has led to an amazing amount of research and his collaboration with paper engineer, Richard Ferguson has created a unique, child friendly view of the stars, solar systems and galaxies. Neal poses and answers the big questions that you might ask when you look up at the night sky full of stars and wonder: "what are they and where are they?". This book is the third in the series, published by Hodder Children's Books.

Neal Layton is represented by Arena

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Lynn Hatzius

We are delighted to introduce you to the inspiring work of illustrator and collage artist Lynn Hatzius, the latest artist to join Phosphor. Offering a number of distinctive styles, including collages featuring vintage engravings and intricate prints with a papercut look, Lynn has previously been commissioned by publishers including Random House, GQ Magazine and Readers Digest.

 

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Martin O’Neill / Mario Balotelli + Puma

Martin O'Neill was asked to create a portrait of Italian footballer Mario Balotelli for PumaThe image is made up entirely of English and Italian press clippings about his career and ran as a press ad and online to announce Mario's new association with Puma.

Martin O'Neill is represented by Debut Art

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Nate Kitch for Ted Baker

Nate Kitch was commissioned by Ted Baker to create an illustration inspired by Ted Baker's autumn winter 2013 collection and it's theme "Take the Scenic Route".

Nate's image was used across Ted Baker's online platforms, including their blog, and also produced as signed print which was given away as a competition prize to one very lucky winner. Nate was very happy to work with Ted Baker, particularly as they are currently sponsoring the AOI illustration awards, at which Nate is exhibiting his Lost Mariner series of work.

Nate Kitch is represented by Eastwing

 

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Great Wall of Comedy

Working with Red Bee Media, Emma Rios produces art for the promotion of Jo Brand's new comedy TV Show.

'Great Wall of Comedy' airing on the Gold channel from next week is all about sitcom classics; such as Faulty Towers and Only Fools & Horses. Emma was asked to create a wall of TV's which are currently being used in the promotional posters. Emma says " I love old vintage TV's so illustrated these. The photos of Jo & Co. where taken separately so I had to make it work as one piece. (I) love going past the billboards on the tube!"

Emma Rios is represented by Illustration

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Marian Hill for Hutchinson

Marian Hill was commissioned by Hutchinson to illustrate the cover for "Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots" by Jessica Soffer.
 
Marian's beautiful illustration, created by collaging together tiny pieces of magazine, is perfectly suited to the story of an Iraqi immigrant woman and an almost-orphan in New York City, brought together by cookery lessons.
 
Marian Hill is represented by Eastwing.
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Daniel Morgenstern

Internationally renowned collage artist Daniel Morgenstern designed this stylish illustration for the program cover used the Paducah Orchestra's performance of key pieces from  Mozart's vast repertoire. The performance took place in Kentucky USA. This is just one in a huge series of Daniel's contemporary high profile portraits.
Daniel Morgenstern is represented by Phosphor Art
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