All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
20 September 2017
The new cover for 'Tyler Johnson Was Here' by Jay Coles is feeling punhcy and crisp with crimson petals. Charlotte Day has been working hard again with her gouache botanical artistry creating a perefectly balanced book!
14 September 2017
The lastest L'obs Weekly News Magazine features Jeff Fisher and his beautiful painterly scene accompanying an article on Brexit.
11 September 2017
8 September 2017
Whilst we wrestle about who should be first to get a doggo for the CIA studio, we can spend some time flicking through the silky vectors of Deanna Halsall's portfolio. We like the look of this loyal hound.
31 August 2017
24 August 2017
17 August 2017
David De Las Heras for Elpaís Semenal for an article where the writer Leslie Jamison explores the obsession for the excessive life of the British singer, who died six years ago. Titled 'Confessions of an Unreleased Fan', David's portrait is richly painted, conveying the depth of Amy's character.
10 August 2017
9 August 2017
Please welcome our latest member Studio Morales. Applying the finest pencil shading and sweeping brush marks, Morales creates depth of character and intimacy in his portraitre that is packed full of feeling. We are proud to have you on board the CIA Wagon. Take a look at some more pieces over here.
27 July 2017
Phwoar! It's only Darren Hopes wielding his mysterious power for the 1843 Magazine - The Economist. Spot this ominously glow on the printed pages accompanying the culture section on recommended books. Darren illustrates The 7th Function of Language by Laurent Binet and the title is reviewed in detail throwing up the pivotal question in the plot - who killed Roland Barthes? Sounds like a big game of cluedo.