All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
13 November 2017
26 September 2017
26 January 2017
Totally of his own accord but no doubt inspired by recent GIFS circulating the internet Nishant Choksi has illustrated his personal reaction to President Trumps rise in power and strange, hostile behaviour. These are the best yet. We'll leave you to curl your lips at this slide show of scenarios.
17 January 2017
Sir Peter Blake has stamped his celebrated pop art style on the hoarding of the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, during part of the hotel’s renovation. Commissioned by London Advertising and named 'Our Fans’ his biggest artwork yet scales the building’s facade. This enticing mixture of the hotel's most celebrated guests is a real dazzler from the ‘Godfather of British Pop Art’.
16 January 2017
This punchy bunch of action is a recent cover by John Royle for Revolution series IDW / Hasbro publishing. Starring G.I.Joe SnakeEye and Transformer Black Rock (for those of you who are up on your characters) for others, it's an exciting eye opener for Monday morning!
13 January 2017
11 October 2016
It ain't going to be a chore working with this guy.
PLEASE WELCOME SAM GILBEY TO CIA.
He's worked for an impressive range of clients including Adidas, Activision, Edgar Wright, Manga UK, Paramount Pictures, Picturehouse Cinemas, Playstation, Twitter, Wired and Working Title. His powerfully cinematic, painterly illustrations capture the emotional core of any scene or portrait. Combining digital and analogue techniques Sam's work has been featured in books, magazines, comics and exhibitions worldwide. And to top it all off he's pretty funny too.
11 July 2016
We love it when we get email updates that are full of punch! There's some serious drama in this superman illo by comic genius John Royle. He's not just funny, he can also draw really great marvel characters.
15 June 2016
Aitch is more commonly known for her richly ornate and decorative patterns that cover walls and fabric alike- but here we see her stripped back craftmanship in some sweet and simple linocuts. And why not make it a GIF?!
9 June 2016
Tim Marrs has been animating his sketchy illustrations again with the help of partner in crime, Chris Curtis. In a shifting health care landscape, patients are demanding more from their care solutions. Tim Marrs dynamism helps to illuminate just how companies are adressing this. Go HERE to see his popping colour come to life for Deloitte University press!