10.30am
3 August 2017

Bloomsbury Modern Classics

It's an absolute delight to share with you three artworks by CIA Artists, Kerry Hyndman, Dan Mumford and Matt Taylor. They were selected to contribute to the newly released Bloomsbury Modern Classics series for the titles The Kite Runner, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and The English Patient.

 

 

10.30am
27 July 2017

WHU DUD IT?

Phwoar! It's only Darren Hopes wielding his mysterious power for the 1843 Magazine - The Economist. Spot this ominously glow on the printed pages accompanying the culture section on recommended books. Darren illustrates The 7th Function of Language by Laurent Binet and the title is reviewed in detail throwing up the pivotal question in the plot - who killed Roland Barthes? Sounds like a big game of cluedo. 

10.30am
26 July 2017

Going To School

Rose Blake has published her book 'Going To School' with Frances Lincoln Childrens Books. Hailed to be 'A gentle introduction to school'. Full of visual narratives and exciting things to spot, it's a great title for stimulating discussion. We have our own copy here full of charming scenes illustrated by Rose inside. 

 

Be sure to catch Roses's latest interview with Creative Lives as she discusses her working process.

 

 

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
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
7 July 2017

Political Landscapes

Here is one of a set of three fabulous screen print style illustrations for L'obs for an article on French Politics by Harry Tennant. This feature talks about how Macron, the new president, completely changed the political landscape in France. We're enjoying Harry's conceptual portrait!

10.30am
5 July 2017

Get With The Times

He's versatile and prolific and we love it when he comes in for a five hour catch up. Mark Thomas illustrated yesterdays cover for The Radio Times, Pairing bold graphic style with fresh summery colours, we've been transported to a British lawn and we're reaching for the cucumber sandwhiches...

10.30am
1 July 2017

Best of Bloomsbury

Kerry Hyndman is one of three CIA artist to have been chosen to contribute to the new editions of Modern Classics by Bloomsbury. It was an honour for Kerry, Dan and Matt to be part of such a fantastic array of artists and authors alike.  

10.30am
30 June 2017

Graphic Landscapes

It's always an adventure through graphic landscapes with Jessie Ford's cheerful and textured patterns. She's been busy juggling commissions with personal projects and as the weekend approaches, here's a packaging treat for you all to feel refreshed by. Let's bring back the good weather with some of these clean crisp summery vibes!

10.30am
28 June 2017

Eat Less Meat

Harry Tennant's latest illustration for Liberation France for an interesting article about human's dominance over animals throughout history. A rather beautiful way to preach about eating less meat and moderate our greed! We think there's a lot to be said for moderative living - thanks guys!