Book Fair Round Up
We've had a fabulous few weeks at Bologna and London Book Fair. With a whirlwind of meetings, it has been marvelous meeting up with everyone to share the work of our illustrators and to discuss and see new trends coming through. Below is a selection of artworks that proved to be firm favourites from the artist's portfolios.
Carrie May's sophisticated colour palette and gorgeous textures caught the eye of many designers. With new commissions already coming in, 2016 promises to be another great year for Carrie. To see more of Carrie's work, click here.
We showcased Nila Aye’s alphabet artworks for the first time at the shows. Clients loved Nila’s energetic artworks which featured her trademark retro twist. To see more of Nila’s work, click here.
Lucy Truman has been a firm favourite since we launched her at London Book Fair last year. It was great revisiting her portfolio with designers; showcasing last year's projects and sharing her new development work. Never one to sit on her laurels, Lucy's been adding black and white artworks with a pop of colour to her portfolio, which were an immediate hit. To see more of Lucy's work, click here.
Ana Seixas' jungle themed illustrations were right on trend this year. Her artwork's limited colour palette and combination of hand drawn textures and graphic lines gained a lot of interest from designers working across all age ranges. To see more of Ana's work, click here.
Hannah George's new teen samples along with her black and white illustrations were very well received. Full of energy and very cute, no wonder Hannah's style has become popular with young fiction and teen designers. To see more of Hannah's work, click here.
Paul Boston's fantastic imagination and vibrant colour palette were a huge hit. With a great deal of interest from novelty and non fiction designers we expect to see Paul working on some fun projects this year. To see more of Paul's work, click here.