All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
15 August 2018
31 July 2018
Gary Neil is a regular contribtuor to editorial commissions. His vibrant, narrative and conceptual style lands him frequent work with the biggest magazines and newspapers. For The New York Times Gary has managed to make something potentially quite explosive, very impacting in this moving gif for a complex article involving Republicans, banks and guns.
27 July 2018
Ever wonder how many of us have those inner voices of angels and demons contradicting each other? You know the kind of thing - 'A glass of wine is good for you' versus 'Go on, finish the whole bottle', or 'A biscuit with that cup of tea would be nice' versus 'The whole packet would be even better'. Here is an insight into what happens in your everyday decisions making. Credit to the amazing Mike Wilks.
19 July 2018
Mindfulness is a hot topic these days, but its potential importance to higher education has not yet been broadly recognised. It can be described as a form of meditation and a way of living. It is a mental discipline that involves not only sharpening present-moment attention but also cultivating the attitude with which we pay attention: one of curiosity, acceptance, openness and compassion. So, feel the power of now with this illustration by Mick Marston for The Times Education Supplement.
18 July 2018
28 June 2018
Juan and Alejandro, the talented Brosmind brothers, have used their creativity to fight the heartbreaking story of the racing galgo dogs used for hunting and competition in Spain. Every year over 50,000 galgos are considered not suitable for hunting and discarded; either abandoned, hanged, drowned, beaten to death or killed in other ways. Brosmind’s bright illustration will be used on bags and t-shirts to help to raise money to save the dogs!
14 June 2018
4 June 2018
16 May 2018
Nowadays, there is an app for pretty much everything, but an app featured with Ben Fearnley’s work is pretty unique! Our CGI whiz has been commission by Apple, hard to escalate from here! The first illustration was created for an app used by HTML phobic - the concept was to create a mass mix of unorganised code that would then visually appear to be organised as it passes through the app icon shape, hence the use of the app simplifying the process of coding. The second illustration was created for an App used by apprentice artists, representing a pandora box as a design motif to express the creative world that is constantly pouring out ideas. Wrap you mind around that.
14 May 2018
If there isn’t a Mick Marston Fan Club, there should be, what’s not to like? Endless creativity and a touch of humour make the perfect equation for his amazing bold illustrations. Mick has been kind enough to organise all his work by alphabetic order, so here is the letter C, for very clever illustration.