10.30am
20 July 2017

Greenwich

Home to the Meridian Line, Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum, the Old Royal Naval College including the fabulous Painted Hall, London’s cable car, Greenwich Market, Greenwich Park and The O2 arena - Jitesh Patel can map it all. He's king of the map, taking his moleskin wherever he goes and documenting cities intricacies and skylines. We fancy a jaunt to Greenwich now, that's for sure. 

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
13 July 2017

MAIL CHIMP

Behold the bonkers Brosmind! There's noone quite like this creative duo - with a wild imagination and endless amounts of fun they've created these scenes to be used in advertising for MailChimp. Catch a photograph of the work in LA in situ as a large mural over here. So much colour!

10.30am
12 July 2017

New Yorker, New Yorker

...what a wonderful spread! It's only Nishant Choksi again with his cheeky characters making mischief for The New Yorker. All the gear - but the wrong time of year!

10.30am
11 July 2017

Uijung Kim

Uijung Kim is possibly the cheeriest person we've ever had the pleasure of meeting. Now based in Brooklyn NY, her works is inspired by her travels and from her childhood in South Korea, where food, family, friends, fashion and a whole tonne of fun come into play. If you aren't stifling a giggle of delight whilst looking through her folio, you'll get your money back! It's an honour to welcome Uijung to the CIA Roster.

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
3 July 2017

Plugged In

Do we even remember what it's like to plug out? We're all in danger of our hands morphing into tech devices like something out of a Black Mirror episode. With this in mind we are feeling combative today - it is with sheer delight that we share these charming images from David De Las Heras. Painted for a multipart feature titled ethics, it's about making hard and soft decisions, making these decisions with knowledge and how this knowledge can create it’s own problems and create moral dilemmas. We've worked them into a step by step guide to plugging out. This thought has curled a smile onto our lips.

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!

 

10.30am
26 June 2017

Angels With Dirty Faces

Neal Fox currently has an exhibition in Paris titled Angels with Dirty Faces. Running from 24 June to 28 July get yourself along to The Gallery Suzanne Tarasieve.  Borrowing his title from an American detective film of 1938 (directed by Michael Curtiz), Angels with Dirty Faces exploits the strength of Indian ink and paper to revive the anthological figures of the counterculture (musical, artistic and literary). 

10.30am
22 June 2017

Orchid Land

Whooli Chen for ELLE Taiwan, June issue 2017. An editorial piece on illustrators’ homeland girls. Whooli's hometown is Yilan, a countryside on northeast Taiwan. The delicately painted illustration features Yilan’s local fruits and well-known orchids in this area. A truly charming insight into Whooli's world.