15 June 2017


He's a man of mysterious and endless imagination, Wilks began writing and illustrating books in 1975. Wilks rocketed to fame following publication of The Ultimate Alphabet in 1986, also publishing The Weather WorksThe Ultimate Spot-the-Difference BookThe Ultimate Noah’s Ark, and more before establishing himself as a novelist with The Mirrorscape Trilogy, a fantasy adventure series. His latest endeavour see his illustrative detail put to the test in puzzle format. In this drawing artist Mike Wilks depicts, at the moment of its crumbling, the fantasy world of Pile, an extravagant place devoid of nature and its grace. Test your skills here!

8 June 2017

Maps Maps Maps

Tatiana Boyko has taken a small break from creating bespoke packaging to illuminate the neighbourhood of four different areas in Madrid for local beer company Mahou. Here's a peak at two of the four in the series.


25 May 2017


Martin Haake was recently commissioned to create a series of limited edition prints for Nature Bridge, a nonprofit educational foundation, providing hands-on environmental science programs in National Parks for 30,000 children and teens annually. The set of six limited edition Giclée prints, celebrating six of the National Park programs, were auctioned at their fundrasising Gala in San Francisco. The auction will raise awareness for NatureBridge and solicite additional funds for their student educational programs. Here is Martins illustration of Yosemite National Park!


7 April 2017


Harry Tennant has crafted a map illustration of Kyoto for M Le Magazine du Monde's weekly supplement. His fluid handwriting pairs beautifully with his mark making and bold graphic screenprint shapes. We love the earthy tones!

10 January 2017

Guide to Paris

Kerry Hyndman accompanies a guide to Paris and all it's hot spots for The Wall Street Journal. This playful illustration maps out the personality of the city with youthful spirit. Nice work Kerry. 

29 July 2016

World Cup 2018

Martin Haake has illustrated a stylized map of Russia for FIFA magazine showing all stadiums of The World Cup, 2018. We love the cut out shapes and sketchy details paired with the endearing sense of scale and perspective. Let's be honest - with a Goal keeper that large, noone will be scoring any goals! 

22 June 2016

New York! New York!

Martin Haake has been familiarising himself with the Upper East Side, for a real estate project with New York agency If Studio. His wonderfully unique sense of scale combined with quirky characters, collage and textures make this american-folk map a real winner!

9 May 2016

Fields of Floral Scents

The wonderful Tatiana Boyko has illustrated the cover of French Riviera SHOP mag, Her beautiful layered textures, in subtle tones of lavendar and peachy hues make for a luscious landscape. In this issue discover where the best perfume ingredients are grown. Somewhere rather idyllic...

5 April 2016

Mapping Out

With the better weather approaching we are keen to get some top weekends planned and make the most of what the city has to offer. We can be sure to get the most out of London, with a little help from Kerry Hyndman. Her soft colour pallette is as inviting as the gelato shop round the corner that's started to put out their patio chairs....bring on the sunshine!

11 March 2016

Behind the Screens

Ever wondered what illustrators get up to behind closed doors? 

We've been collecting studio shots of our CIA artists, a fascinating array of bookshelves, whippets, cutting tools, work aprons, paints, pens pots and more.

Kerry Hyndman has given the gift if a GIF and done a pretty cool portrait of herself at her desk.