All the latest from the Central Illustration Agency
11 December 2017
We are all works of art! “Our bodies might all differ in shape, and form, and frame, but think how dull the world would be if we were all the same…” Empowering and educative, this book written by Mark Sperring and Illustrated by the amazing Rose Blake, celebrates difference and diversity. We can get on board with this!
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Originally made for Mike Wilks’ book “The Ultimate Alphabet”, which was a New York Times bestseller and Sunday Times bestseller for 57 weeks, this illustration contains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.
16 November 2017
It’s feeling crisp as chilly as the Christmas spirit begins to creep in. If you’re in the mood for getting cosy, we’re here to help - Kerry Hyndman’s latest illustrated book “Let it Snow”, written by Anne Fine in collaboration with David Flicking Books is the perfect accompaniment to an evening in. So, get yourself by a fire and get hooked in a heart-warming tale!
15 November 2017
14 November 2017
The book that changed America, “Roots” by Alex Haley will be re edited on April 2018 by Penguin Vintage. In this powerful & smart cover Ulla Puggard used his inky lettering style to translate the story of Kunta Kinte captured as an adolescent and sold into slavery in the United States.
13 November 2017
3 November 2017
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!
30 October 2017
Anna Higgie has the kind of elegance in her delicate sketcherly marks that many artists spend their life time trying to emulate. Her latest piece for the illustrious spot on The Guardian Review flaunts her sensitive drawing style perfectly, depicitng the exhibition, 'Imagining The Divine' observing the way a variety of religions have done just that.
27 October 2017
We have some colleagues amongst us who'd argue they're the most stylish in the CIA office but they don't really live in Stoke Newington anymore, so surely Sarah our finance guru is in the lead? Sorry Ben.
Jitesh Patel's recent hand drawn piece mapped out the fashion and style of one of our favourite neighbourhood's for Metropolitan Magazine. We think the composition in this right on the money!