All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
14 December 2017
13 December 2017
Commissioned for an article in The Washington Post “There are dolls for all Barbie’s weddings. Here are the ones for her divorces”, Susan Burghart broke old social rules and finally brought Barbie in the 21st century. “For every Dream Fantasy Wedding™, there must have followed a Dream Fantasy Divorce™” Perhaps this woman just don’t need no man! Very progressive, we like her style.
12 December 2017
This bespoke illustration by Jitesh Patel was created for the opening of the Cartier Boutique shop, for special guests that were chauffeured to Burlington Arcade. The guests would walkthrough the arcade on a red carpet to the Cartier Boutique shop, when they left the guests have special invitations to enjoy the rest of the evening at a high profile organised party.
1 December 2017
Hold the mic! It's Gary Neill, demonstrating what he can do with a clever gif to bring a concept to life. Gary's strength is in his simplicity of form, using a 'conceal and reveal' effect in his motion work enhances the narrative, often sprinkling his work with humour. Now there's an idea...
29 November 2017
28 November 2017
'Great Northeners' is an exhibition celebrating Great Manchester's most influential and impactful people. Each member of the final shortlist has been immortalised by renowned Manchester artist and CIA member Stanley Chow, and the portraits form a permanent exhibition at the Great Northern Warehouse open to the public now! Today we are sharing his portrait of Tony Wilson.
24 November 2017
A to V: The Encyclopedia of Vegan Food .
Nishant Choksi illustrated a guide for vegans and the curious omnivore for NY magazine. You can find ‘meatless meatballs' recipes, great places to eat vegan and even a plant based pet food brand for your super cool vegan dog. In the last 3 years, the number of American vegans increased by 500% (1% to 6%). “Plant-based” restaurants are blooming all over the country, not only in America but also in England. So, are you gonna give up the chops or are you against the trend? Steak is so 2016…*reaches for sausage roll*
7 November 2017
Having studied in Paris and Surrey Margaux spent the decadent years of her early twenties playing poker and developing a unique graphic style using various mediums, from 0.2 Rotring pens to tones of cans of spray paint, and now adapts her illustrations in 2 & 3D as well as large scale murals. This folk-tastic and brilliantly lurid piece is charged with energy and available to buy online from Print Club London.
1 November 2017
Following the darkest and spookiest night of the year, we thought it fitting to share one of Dan Mumford's most illuminating street stand offs! Here is his poster artwork for The Dark Night in all it's spectacular glory.
31 October 2017
Dead Ink Books are giving us the spooks this Halloween. They have a kickstarter project up and running to fund six new books that will get your withcy wigs in a curl in the theme of folk horror type novellas. Darren Hopes has been busy illustrating the first three covers. Here's whats been cooking his cauldron this year!