Multi talented artist, Fred van Deelen, has recently done some lovely black line work for the labels and packaging for Marks & Spencer's Speyside single malt whisky. His traditional approach to the drawings work perfectly and really shows off his strong draftsmanship. Out now in the shops so go and grab yourself a very stylish tipple!
Thursday, 17 November 2011
Great to see Sam Church's relationship with CBBC is going strong, with another illustrated story for Driver Dan's Story Train, aired on CBeebies. This one is 'Mrs Goose's Chocolate Cake' and you can see Sam's wonderful drawings around 6 mins 50 into the programme, so check it out by clicking here!
Wednesday, 16 November 2011
Thursday, 10 November 2011
Sam Church has just finished a wonderful children's book for the Durham World Heritage Site. It serves as a really fun activity book for kids visiting the site, which includes the magnificent cathedral and castle. His illustrations perfectly capture the history and colourful characters who have graced these renowned sites for over 1000 years, so next time you are in Durham, be sure to pick up a copy of it to guide you on you way!
Thursday, 3 November 2011
We are proud to announce that Lisa Hunt has recently worked on some lovely large scale illustrations for Gordon Scott shoe shops, a subsidiary of Jones the Bootmaker! Her quirky images grace the walls of their children's section and really make for a wonderful bright and cheerful space, so next time you are shopping for your little ones' new shoes, take a trip to Gordon Scott and check out her work!
Wednesday, 2 November 2011
We are pleased to say that Akbar Ali's beautiful illustrations for Goldilocks and the Three Bears can now be seen in OUP's new publication for their Classic Tales Level 3 series. Check out his fantastic interpretation of a much loved story...
Just thought you' like to see some of the gorgeous spreads that Alison has done for her version of The Nutcracker, published by Templar! They really are sumptuous and will be a perfect gift for Christmas (sorry for mentioning so early!)