6 July 2018

Double Agent

Dark, minimalist with faceless shadows, Matt Taylor’s series of illustrations mirror perfectly the mysterious atmosphere of John Le Carre’s book “The Spy Who Came in From The Cold”. With a cinematic and narrative flair hard to equal, Matt has become, over the years, the art director’s favourite artist for film poster artwork.  

18 June 2018

Where's Fivey?

Uijung Kim illustrates a playful piece with a hidden mascot 'Fivey". Can you spot him? Illustrated for Scottish Power who are sponsoring Marathons, commissioned by Leith. Great characters and what a celebratory scene! 

15 June 2018

News from Toby Leigh

He's punchy and has a mind full of visual quips - and he ain't afraid to get a bit gritty with it. We love Toby Leigh's latest editorial illustrations he's produced for Air France and more. He's a sneak peak at some highlights. 


8 May 2018


Pointless or necessary, dangerous or inefficient, some laws are just absurd. Stephen Collins has illustrated the craziest laws around the world for Reader’s Digest - a combination of a witty mind and flowing pen create these results! Did you know that the Swiss are allowed to hike naked or that aliens are forbidden to land in vineyards? On another note, although Stephen is best known for his comics, he has other tricks in his hat... He will be publishing his second book “Baby’s first bank Heist” in June - stay tuned!

Comic illustrator

13 April 2018

Whimsy Mine

Here is a funny one: Stephen Collins, a keen-eyed observer of modern life who translates everything around him into the funniest cartoons. This comic on “how to make funny cartoons” has been specially drawn for esteemed magazine Creative Review and is packed full of wit. Stephen will forever make us giggle over our morning cuppa splosh. 

Comic illustrator

3 April 2018


With his clear comic book influence, Coke Navarro has the faculty to tell a story in an instant. Rooted in a cinematic style, we love how the dynamism between the light and hard shadow impacts the scenery and his characters, creating a very intriguing feeling. I mean, look at those bad boys!

Comic illustrator

2 March 2018

New Artist Ruby Taylor!

It's Friday, and what better way to send you off into the weekend than with a new artist announcement! Ruby Taylor collects inspiration in everything around her, but is especially drawn to old printed ephemera, vintage illustration and hand painted signage. Colour plays an important role in her work and each colour palette is meticulously selected resulting in her distinctive style full of warmth and fun in equal measure. She has worked with clients such as Penguin Random House, Harper Collins, Tory Burch and Adidas.

illustrators, prosecco, characters, colour

20 February 2018

Star Portrait

Our Graham has been busy creating exciting new pieces for his portfolio that are full of charm. With fresh springlike colours and pleasant muted shading, his portfolio is full of playful puns and endearing characters, Graham's dry northern wit is sprinkled with optimism in this lovely body of work

1 February 2018

Jan Bielecki

Jan Bielecki is a comic lover with a background in book design and art direction. Today, we can proudly announce Jan as one of CIA’s esteemed artists. Originally from Sweden, Jan moved to London 8 years ago and now shares a studio with fellow CIA member, Alice Pattullo. Jan teams a beautiful colour palettes with an ability to play with light and shadow. Flick through his portfolio and you’ll find yourself plunged us into a dreamy universe where narrative scenery meets mysterious characters. We welcome you warmly, it is a pleasure to have you on the CIA mothership. 

Retro Illustrator

4 January 2018

Wonder Woman

Amisdt the release of the powerful female fuelled superhero movie 'Wonder Woman' Stan Chow has released his stylized portrait of lead actress Gal Gadot. The film follows her journey of discovery as she seeks to end conflict and restore peace in a world on the cusp of war.