Book Jacket Design

Jianan Liu – Pushkin

Feast your eyes on Jianan‘s gorgeous interpretations of three of Pushkin’s fairy tales poems: ‘The Tale of the Golden Cockerel’, ‘The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish’ and ‘The Tale of the Priest and of His Workman Balda’.

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Tuesday, August 4th, 2020 Illustrations Comments Off on Jianan Liu – Pushkin

Daniel Egneus: Neil Gaiman’s American Gods collection

We are so very proud to show off Daniel Egneus’ absolutely stunning artwork for Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, Anansi Boys, Monarch of the Glen & Black Dog.

In addition to the beautiful cover art, Daniel also fully illustrated the inside pages for each of the four stories in this American Gods collection which is set for publication by Headline Books this November!






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Thursday, October 13th, 2016 Illustrations Comments Off on Daniel Egneus: Neil Gaiman’s American Gods collection

Stephen Millership: Cold Comfort Farm

Stephen Millership’s take on Stella Gibbons’, Cold Comfort Farm.

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Risa Rodil joins Good Illustration

Good welcomes Risa Rodil to the team!

Risa joins our roster with an established portfolio filled with energetic lettering, incorporated within fantastic book and poster designs. Having already caught the attention of many and various international publishers and agencies, we’re thrilled to represent such an exciting talent.




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Thursday, July 14th, 2016 Illustrations Comments Off on Risa Rodil joins Good Illustration

Levente Szabo: Riding Chance

Levente Szabo has illustrated the striking cover artwork for Christine Kendall’s ‘Riding Chance’, published by┬áScholastic.


Troy is a kid with a passion. And dreams. And wanting to do the right thing. But after taking a wrong turn, he’s forced to endure something that’s worse than any juvenile detention he can imagine-he’s “sentenced” to the local city stables where he’s made to take care of horses. The greatest punishment has been trying to make sense of things since his mom died but, through his work with the horses, he discovers a sport totally unknown to him-polo. Troy’s has to figure out which friends have his back, which kids to cut loose, and whether he and Alisha have a true connection. Laced with humor and beating with heartache, this novel will grip readers, pull them in quickly, and take them on an unforgettable ride. Set in present day Christine Kendall’s stunning debut lets us come face-to-face with the challenges of a loving family that turn hardships into triumphs.

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 Illustrations Comments Off on Levente Szabo: Riding Chance