All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
23 May 2018
We are so excited about our latest signing, Shan Jiang! Originally from Shanghai, Shan is now based in London where he works for an enviable list of clients such as Nike, Apple, Toyota, Volvo, The Guardian… Shan’s art is strongly influenced by his Chinese roots and its flourishing subcultures. His fantastical and detailed illustrations are a burst of colour and energy, packed with bewitching narratives and psychedelic dream-like environments.
21 May 2018
27 April 2018
It’s Friday, and we are excited to share the good news of welcoming digital illustrator Doaly! Doaly is a storyteller and a conceptual thinker. With a clear obsession for pop culture, his work is characterised by visual metaphors and double entendres. Over the years he has created engaging artwork for a wide range of clients including the BBC, Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucas Film, Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Wired and Sony PlayStation.
4 April 2018
With bold shading and a graphic cinematic flare, Matt Taylor is the go-to guy for Americana inspired illustrations with a nod to classic books from the 50's and 60's. This dramatic cover artwork has been commissioned for a special issue of Birth.Movies.Death magazine to celebrate the release of Avengers: Infinity War, released on April 27th.
2 April 2018
It’s not every day that a client like Disney comes knocking at your door… well at Sam Gilbey's magical castle door to be exact. We are so proud to share his work being featured in the last Disney commercial! For Disney movie enthusiast's, you will recognise the village from Beauty and the Beast and a scene from Cinderella beautifully painted with a whimsical tone. Well done Sam, dreams can come true after all!
8 March 2018
There is no better way for us to celebrate Women's International Day than by sharing the work of a talented female artist. Whooli Chen offers limitless creativity in her work. Her surrealist universe seems to be ruled by the unconscious mind where floating objects tell us a story “I like adding elements of surrealism in my works because it represents more room for interpretation”. We love her delicate style, calming colour palette and the whimsical spirit of her work. Whooli’s keenest strength lies in her untouchable finesse and sheer skill of application. She has the power to move even the most stoic of humans.
6 December 2017
Originally made for Mike Wilks’ book “The Ultimate Alphabet”, which was a New York Times bestseller and Sunday Times bestseller for 57 weeks, this illustration contains hundred of items beginning with the letter P.
Mike’s art work have a surreal and dreamlike quality, with a disturbing undertone, inspired by surrealists such as Dali and De Chirico.
A work of creative ingenuity that displays Wilks' at the height of his powers as an illustrator.
29 November 2017
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 tonnes 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.