All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
14 August 2018
10 August 2018
Traditional yet modern, abstract yet narrative, Jonny Gibbs’ wood engravings straddle between those lines to create atmospheric stories. His use of linear elements bring a graphic feel to his two-dimensional visual language.
14 June 2018
22 May 2018
An eclectic world of adventure and curiosity await you at The Trading House. This gastro pub in the heart of the city required an exotic pattern with diverse elements that could also be used as standalone illustrations. Find this wildly beautiful design by Charlotte Day on all printed materials, menus and social platforms for The Trading House.
12 April 2018
Jitesh Patel has been off on his lollidays again - don't be fooled though, his working pen never rests, Jitesh has been mapping out the streets and people of Amsterdam in this tight and brightly drawn info-illustration.
27 October 2017
We have some colleagues amongst us who'd argue they're the most stylish in the CIA office but they don't really live in Stoke Newington anymore, so surely Sarah our finance guru is in the lead? Sorry Ben.
Jitesh Patel's recent hand drawn piece mapped out the fashion and style of one of our favourite neighbourhood's for Metropolitan Magazine. We think the composition in this right on the money!
16 August 2017
It's the legend himself, Mick Brownfield's birthday today. What better way to celebrate than to chink a bottle or two of his iconic Coca Cola bottles together? A toast to you Mick and your prolific illustrative work. To many more!
29 June 2017
Linocut artist Jeremy Sancha creates four subtle illustrations for Lodestar Energy to use on their company website for solar energy. We have curated them so you can see a grid of airy landscapes. Great promotion for a socially and economicallly rewarding product.
15 June 2017
He's a man of mysterious and endless imagination, Wilks began writing and illustrating books in 1975. Wilks rocketed to fame following publication of The Ultimate Alphabet in 1986, also publishing The Weather Works, The Ultimate Spot-the-Difference Book, The Ultimate Noah’s Ark, and more before establishing himself as a novelist with The Mirrorscape Trilogy, a fantasy adventure series. His latest endeavour see his illustrative detail put to the test in puzzle format. In this drawing artist Mike Wilks depicts, at the moment of its crumbling, the fantasy world of Pile, an extravagant place devoid of nature and its grace. Test your skills here!