Jesús Sotés has illustrated Mythos: The Illustrated Story by Stephen Fry, capturing the most dramatic and seminal Greek myths in dazzling colour and form.
Phosphor's Florencia Rigiroli (also known as Un floripondio) is an Argentinian illustrator and art director, who likes to create colourful illustrations focused on nature, botanicals and the female figure.
Our favourite festive author, Alex T. Smith is back with a retelling of this children’s classic story told in twenty-four-and-a-half chapters.
Bloomsbury invite Rosanna Tasker to create art for the cover of The Dinner Table.
Written by Kate Young and Ella Risbridger, The Dinner Table is A deliciously moreish collection of the 100 finest pieces of writing on food, glorious food.
The editors weave together an array of excerpts sourced from newsletters, culinary journals, cookbooks, and novels by a diverse cast of writers, chefs, and poets, these selections intertwine like an engaging conversation amongst dinner guests, creating a narrative that transitions from one topic to the next.
Rosanna's rich artwork captures the social essence of the event, framed by food, where hands extend the warm invitation to partake in the feast.
The Dinner Table is available to buy now.
Claudia Petrazziis an illustrator and cartoonist from Italy. She works mainly on middle grade/young adult books with Italian and French publishers as Giunti, Mondadori, IlCorriere della Sera, Auzou, Poulpe Fictions.
For Editrice Il Castoro she illustrated the book series Nazar Malik by Olivia Corio,translated in five languages, and the graphic novel Clara e le Ombre by Andrea Fontana,which won the Prix Des Lecteurs Du Var in France and the Living Book Award in Catalonia.
Her webcomic Atomi is her first long project as an author.
Kate Forrester's latest project, a book detailing 200 cocktail recipes from across the globe, lets us taste the world without leaving our home. Commissioned by Quadrille, her signature lettering is used to elegant effect.
Although the original brief was to have the cover 100% typographic, it was eventually decided to overlay it with one of Matt Russell’s photos from the book, to stunning effect.