10.30am
17 October 2017

Jesmyn Ward

Deanna Halsall depicts a portrait of American novelist and associate professor of Enlgish at Tulane University for The New Yorker. Jesmyn Ward won the 2011 National Book Award for Fiction and a 2012 Alex Award with her second novel Salvage the Bones, a story about familial love and community covering the 10 days preceding Hurricane Katrina, the day of the cyclone, and the day after. This all feels quite fitting after the stirring skies caused by hurrican Ophelia!

10.30am
13 October 2017

Someone Like Me

It's Friday, it's the end of a busy week and we have a beautiful spread to share and revisit from Margaux Carpentier. Part of the extraordinary work for children's book 'Somone Like Me' published by Concern worldwide. It explores the different culutres and backgrounds of children from all over the world and shares Margaux's visual narrative in bright and shapely forms. 

10.30am
11 October 2017

Kiss and Tell

Stephen Collins paints a wild picture of life at sea. All of the outrageous shennanigans aboard the yacht are shared by staff in this kiss and tell article for Boat International Magazine. Looks like a lot of fun!

10.30am
10 October 2017

Folky Folk

Martin Haake has put his folk magic to good use in the latest issue of Inside Housing. His charming characters are suited and booted stepping up to the challenge of capturing our attention! A good read to on salary expectations from 2017 while you're at it...

10.30am
6 October 2017

Detective Story

We are sharing cover number two from a commission for Penguin with Harry Tennant. He designed alluring new illustrations for four of Imre Kertész’s novels. Now part of the vintage classics collection, we give you 'Detective Story'.

10.30am
4 October 2017

Switch Off

This morning Mario Wagner is sharing with us his bold, modern graphics, comissioned for a poster artwork to advertise the 'Climate March' in Los Angeles. That's a healthy deep blue sky! 

10.30am
3 October 2017

Adopt a Bench

The wonderous work of Richard Wilkinson featured in Stylist, France for an article about the ‘Adopt-A-Bench scheme in Central Park. The scheme will install a personalised plaque on a bench for its donors. Each plaque tells a story, some are quite straight-forward, some more mysterious….

10.30am
2 October 2017

King Cnut

Jonny Wan had created an illustration of King Cnut for Penguin as part of their "monarchs" series. "Cnut, or Canute, is one of the great 'what ifs' of English history. The Dane who became King of England after a long period of Viking attacks and settlement, his reign could have permanently shifted eleventh-century England's rule to Scandinavia. Stretching his authority across the North Sea to become king of Denmark and Norway, and with close links to Ireland and an overlordship of Scotland, this formidable figure created a Viking Empire at least as plausible as the Anglo-Norman Empire that would emerge in 1066."

10.30am
29 September 2017

Bergerløkka

Kate Miller has been busy illustrating some appealing scenes for Norwegian advertising agency Procontra to advertise a new housing development: Bergerløkka is a new housing project for JM, one of the Nordic region's largest residential builders.

10.30am
28 September 2017

Cheery Chappies

We'd like to welcome Uijung Kim once more firmly into the fold. Isn't her illustration just the cheeriest thing you've ever seen? Lovely lettering and some pretty punchy patterns. Welcome Uijung, welcome thursday, welcome all to the ciablog.