16 April 2018


Humour and peculiarity – the trademark of Paul Slater’s art. Paul’s iconic, darkly humorous style has been travelling through time without taking a wrinkle. This living legend is currently working on something rather secretive with the agency NB studio. So until the big reveal - here’s the artwork of a job that Paul created for NB studio the last time they worked together, a few decades ago. It’s looking as fresh today as it did then! 

Painterely 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. 

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6 April 2018

Challenge London

A New Direction agency are working with CIA artist Ruby Taylor and together they're shaking things up for the children and young people in London, giving them access to some of London’s extraordinary creative and cultural offerings. This beautiful piece of infographic is a part of their new project “Challenge London”. 

Children illustrators

4 April 2018

Infinity War

With bold shading and a graphic cinematic flare, Matt Taylor is the go-to guy for Americana inspired illustrations with a nod to classic books from the 50's and 60's. This dramatic cover artwork has been commissioned for a special issue of Birth.Movies.Death magazine to celebrate the release of Avengers: Infinity War, released on April 27th. 

Comic Book Illustrators

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

23 March 2018

Oh Schnitzel…

With an undeniable flair for creating instantly communicative imagery, Nishant Choski responds to any subject with a great deal of humour. He would actually turn any depressing thought into a pretty huge smile on your face. That’s probably the reason why he is the go-to guy! He has been lately on the cover of the famous German magazine “Der Spiegel” for a special issue on "The State of the Nation: How Germany Lives and Thinks”.

Humour Illustrator

5 March 2018

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Sam Gilbey has made it onto the cover of The Guide, the Guardian’s weekend magazine, with a portrait of Krysten Ritter as Marvel’s heroine Jessica Jones. His hand-rendered realistic digital paintings have already attracted prestigious clients such as Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox, as well as officially licensed posters for  Marvel’s Avengers, Universal Studios and Monty Python. Stay tuned for Jessica Jones Season 2 (8th March on Netflix), the actress even shared the cover on her social media!

Painterely 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

15 February 2018


Mario Wagner has a particular fascination with technology and sci-fi fantasy. He creates worlds with visionary and cinematic intrigue, where the possibilities of technology are limitless. His distinctive style is a blend of vintage collage and digital illustration which create dynamic retro-futurist visuals. As Mario is churning out the illustration, like the super machine that he is, there’s always more to look forward to. 

collage illustrator

13 February 2018

Not so Scary

You probably know Stephen Collins for his hilarious weekly comics for The Guardian Weekend, well here are more hilarious Comics for a less hilarious topic. 'Time To Talk' is a campaign aiming to break the silence around mental health problems and encourage everyone to talk about it. We are proud to see one of our illustrators fighting for the good cause and doing it so well. Just because we can’t see the ailment, doesn’t mean we should hide away and cope in silence. So, get chatting and ask your friends how they’re doing. Conversation is a cure!

Comic illustrator