All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
10 March 2017
It's Friday and to end a terrific week at CIA we have the good news of welcoming illustrator David De Las Heros to the roster. He's a great guy and esquisitely talented with a paint brush. There is a harmonious mix of contemporary graphic forms with his background training in classic painting that create something both endearing and adept. We are pretty happy to share this portfolio with you all. Take a Gander.
6 January 2017
Earthy yet exuberant, folky yet fantastical Margaux Carpentier is a delicious contrast of visual flavours. Inspired with a wild imagination and posessing serious talent with a brush- she's our January treat to you all. Margaux has been in our sight line for a while and we're very happy and very proud to say she is now an official CIA artist.
15 December 2016
We'd like to give our warmest welcome to CIA artist Whooli Chen. Whooli's portfolio is flourishing with imagination captured in a delicacy that we can only begin to fathom. Her work lends itself to conceptual editorial, publishing and packaging and we are excited to see what's in store in the New Year.
Take a peak and take your time because it's just simply lovely.
21 October 2016
Ray Ban have the right idea for promoting their cool shades. Ben Fearnley's probably the most exciting 3D artist out there. Packed full of punch and unfathomable shapes, we like the crops of this poster just as much as the full scale. Nice Job.
14 September 2016
Michael Doret is renowned for his skill in title treatments for clients such as Disney and Pixar, his designs and lettering span the world of advertising and brands alike. We feel particularly roused by this punchy typographic selection. Hats off Sir.
9 September 2016
Utilising photoshop and adhering to the parameters employed by his time in screen printing, Harry can turn these authentic looking illos around in editorial speed! Grand.
27 July 2016
8 July 2016
30 June 2016
With the recent Brexit results infiltrating our thoughts, we are glued to our devices and news updates. Whilst we sit and wait, or stand and protest Ben Fearnley reminds us that it's ok to have a voice and express our opinions. We are a country of many cultures, we have different opinions about the European Union but do not let this give way to any sort of extremist reaction. Take head, read this and let's unite against any racism or prejudice!
10 June 2016
Fresh Faced talent Harry Tennant has been practising his screen print people, and these are the results. This piece accompanied an article about
online concierge services in France, for 'Le magazine du Monde.'
In his familiar faded primary pallette, these observations are so on point, it feels like we've stepped out to buy a baguette and it's the weekend already! Almost...