10.30am
20 July 2017

Greenwich

Home to the Meridian Line, Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum, the Old Royal Naval College including the fabulous Painted Hall, London’s cable car, Greenwich Market, Greenwich Park and The O2 arena - Jitesh Patel can map it all. He's king of the map, taking his moleskin wherever he goes and documenting cities intricacies and skylines. We fancy a jaunt to Greenwich now, that's for sure. 

10.30am
19 July 2017

Stoop

He's king of the north! We've got a Graham Robson for you this morning, he's showing off his rich graphic illustrations that feel so 90's tv show right now with coffee on a stoop. We are enjoying delving into the depths of Graham's imagination. See more from a little update over here

10.30am
18 July 2017

Burning Man

Ulla Puggard has been creating some pretty eye catching typography for beauitfully produced book by photographer Anders Overgaard whose editorial work has appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Vogue, GQ, Interview and The New York Times Magazine, amongst many others. 

10.30am
17 July 2017

Takes Two, To Mango

It take two to make a thing go ri-iiight. Actually it doesn't, it only takes one talented hand-drawn type artist (amongst other illustrative abilities) known as Sarah J Coleman or Inky Mole to get you all in a summery spin. Typography for Wild Bean cafe with TBWA Manchester for a tropical summer campaign. We'd like some of this mango business please!

10.30am
14 July 2017

Spiderman : Homecoming

Celebrating the release of the long awaited new Spiderman film. Stan Chow has treated us all to a very special portrait of Peter Parker himself, played by Tom holland, we think the likeness is spot on! Thanks Stan. 

10.30am
13 July 2017

MAIL CHIMP

Behold the bonkers Brosmind! There's noone quite like this creative duo - with a wild imagination and endless amounts of fun they've created these scenes to be used in advertising for MailChimp. Catch a photograph of the work in LA in situ as a large mural over here. So much colour!

5.30pm
12 July 2017

We're Hiring!

A little extra update!

 

The Central Illustration Agency, is looking for an experienced illustration agent to represent it’s artists in New York. The agency, with it’s HQ in London, was established in 1983 and represents some of the world’s most respected commercial artists. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, creative individual with agency experience to take charge of the promotion of our illustrators and animators in the States. 

 

Working closely with us in London, you will be responsible for developing an energetic continuous marketing strategy targeting the advertising, design and publishing sectors, handling work enquiries and managing commissioned projects. If you are interested in joining our team and representing one of the UK’s most successful agencies in the USA, please get in touch.

 

jobs@centralillustration.com

 

Candidates must be a resident of the US or have a valid work visa.

 

Illustration by Mario Wagner

 

 

jobs, hiring, new york

10.30am
12 July 2017

New Yorker, New Yorker

...what a wonderful spread! It's only Nishant Choksi again with his cheeky characters making mischief for The New Yorker. All the gear - but the wrong time of year!

10.30am
11 July 2017

Uijung Kim

Uijung Kim is possibly the cheeriest person we've ever had the pleasure of meeting. Now based in Brooklyn NY, her works is inspired by her travels and from her childhood in South Korea, where food, family, friends, fashion and a whole tonne of fun come into play. If you aren't stifling a giggle of delight whilst looking through her folio, you'll get your money back! It's an honour to welcome Uijung to the CIA Roster.

10.30am
10 July 2017

IKEA // CAVOLO

Ricardo Cavolo is breaking convention with his illustrative work, taking it into an array of three dimensional forms. His recent collaboration with IKEA seeks to try and reestablish a connecntion between consumer and product by creating personal installations with artists. If there's anyone who can speak to the masses in the most vibrant and welcoming way it's Ricardo. The shop window will be the most important element in which IKEA has turned all their efforts, known for his portraits full of symbolism Ricardo has been in charge of reinterpreting the dream world for this new IKEA proposal.