27 October 2016


Stephen Collins masterly humour and expressive pen marks help illuminate a fruity article which poses the question: 'Are you past your sexual sell-by date?' Stephen among other CIA artists will be featured monthly in the new launch of SAGA magazine.


Keep your eyes peeled for other contributers:

Anna HiggieGary Neill, and Telegramme

26 October 2016

Penguin Covers

Susan Burghart has simple, textured graphic appeal for a trio of Arnold Bennett covers with Penguin. Contemporary and fresh yet suitably nostalgic! Catch more on her folio

25 October 2016

Far and Wide

Our diverse range of illustrators travel far and wide to the most unusual and exciting places. Mick Brownfield's advertising for Thai tea brand has been spotted in situation. A charming pair of Pandas we say. 

24 October 2016


Can Russia be tamed? Putin is sutin' up in this painterly piece for The Economist. Darren Hopes applies his masterly paint strokes to create a grizzly and slightly unnerving artwork...what do you think!?

21 October 2016

Never Hide

Ray Ban have the right idea for promoting their cool shades. Ben Fearnley's probably the most exciting 3D artist out there. Packed full of punch and unfathomable shapes, we like the crops of this poster just as much as the full scale. Nice Job. 

20 October 2016


'SURVIVORS - extraordinary tales from the wild and beyond' is published by Faber & Faber and written by David Long and it's out today.

Kerry Hyndman has illustrated the entire book with simply stunning examples of her textural, delicately crafted digital layers. Here's your insight into some of the dangers faced by the brave folk who lived to tell the tale. See more on Kerry's folio!

19 October 2016

Fire! Fire!

350 years ago one of the most infamous disasters struck London – the Great Fire of 1666. Experience the destruction of London through the eyes of people who were there at the time, explore the evidence for yourself and find out how the city rose from the ashes in this interactive exhibition.

Artwork designed by linocut champion Chris Brown


18 October 2016

Wibble Wobble

Mark Thomas has designed a retro stamp filled with nostalgia and childhood longing. The Jersey Post who are commemorating their inception with a series of stamps celebrating the various decades, Mark's illustration was asked to contribute to the 1950's set. Wibble Wobble, Wibble Wobble, Jelly on a plate!

17 October 2016

Grow Up

Maria Raymonsdotter has illustrated an article in Parents Magazine USA highlighting 75 ways to be a grown up. The Good news is apparently there's a lot of blagging involved. Who'd a thought it. 

14 October 2016

Bobby D

A big hands together for Bob Dylan and his Nobel prize, a well deserved credit to a man who strived for great freedom of expression in the poetry of his music. CIA Stan Chow's slick illustrated portrait pays a worthy tribute!