All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
19 September 2017
5 September 2017
Frances Lincoln Childrens Books have published 'A World Full of Animals Stories' including 50 folktales and legends depicitng beauitful narratives from all over the world. Written by Angela McAllister the entire book is illustrated from front cover, endpapers and inside by the wonderful Aitch, We can't get enough of this magical book - it's the perfect gift.
23 August 2017
Be prepared to take a journey around the world and back again with Jill Calder's Picture Atlas, published by Bloomsbury. It's about to hit the shelves and it's jam packed full of creatures and characters, and more colour than you can throw a cockatoo at.
2 August 2017
Harriet Taylor Seed likes to challenge herself at her craft and in her creative skillset. Her most recent endeavour is entering her blanket designs for Slowdown Studio's competition and we've got our hands on some of the creatures that will feature on it! We know we'd want to be wrapping up and snuggling down with these fellas. Thanks Harriet!
26 July 2017
Rose Blake has published her book 'Going To School' with Frances Lincoln Childrens Books. Hailed to be 'A gentle introduction to school'. Full of visual narratives and exciting things to spot, it's a great title for stimulating discussion. We have our own copy here full of charming scenes illustrated by Rose inside.
Be sure to catch Roses's latest interview with Creative Lives as she discusses her working process.
12 July 2017
11 July 2017
Uijung Kim is possibly the cheeriest person we've ever had the pleasure of meeting. Now based in Brooklyn NY, her works is inspired by her travels and from her childhood in South Korea, where food, family, friends, fashion and a whole tonne of fun come into play. If you aren't stifling a giggle of delight whilst looking through her folio, you'll get your money back! It's an honour to welcome Uijung to the CIA Roster.
2 June 2017
Toby Leigh has got your adult alphabet down and its a barrell of mischievous laughs. It’s a parody of the classic 1970s children’s ABC books from yesteryear, but the childlike words - Dog, Queen, Apple etc have been twisted into sinister adult themes through the illustrations.
Toby made a little promo film which you can watch on the crowdfunding page.
24 May 2017
4 May 2017
ELLO, ELLO, ELLO what have we here? Some rather cheeky chappies from charming folk illustrator Margaux Carpentier for London Zoo - be sure to spot her murals there too. She has such an individual style that sets her apart from other folk illustrators, crossing the boundaries of painting into the lands of graphic vectors - we can't get enough of these cute guys. Thanks Margaux, you've cheered us right up.