good illustration - Latest Blog Articles view Latest Blog Articles and comments Bob Venables Bob Venables illustrates PG Tips Royal Wedding campaign Thu, 28 Apr 2011 08:30:08 +0100 Metro Cecilia Lundgren has just completed a series of illustrations for Metro in Sweden. Tue, 12 Apr 2011 10:55:17 +0100 Magicalamity cover illustration Nicola Slater has illustrated Kate Sunders Magicalamity cover   Thu, 17 Mar 2011 11:07:13 +0000 Wizard of Oz cover illustration Adria has ilustrated the cover of El màgic d'Oz for the Spanish publisher La Butxaca. Mon, 14 Feb 2011 10:51:10 +0000 New Signing We are excited to welcome Cecilia Lundgren to the team. Cecilia's fashion portfolio exudes elegance and sophistication.     Fri, 11 Feb 2011 09:37:47 +0000 Scholastic - Goods and Services in Our Town Illustrator: Iryna Bodnaruk Client: Scholastic   Tue, 08 Feb 2011 06:27:49 +0000 GQ Magazine, Bank note illustration Illustrator: Roy Knipe Client: GQ Magazine   Sun, 16 Jan 2011 15:36:46 +0000 Little Red Riding Hood Out now: Little Red Riding Hood, Illustrated by Daniel Egneus Here are “Little Red” and “the Wolf” as you’ve never seen them before – stunningly reinterpreted by internationally renowned artist Daniel Egnéus. One of the most oft-told fairytales of all time, Little Red Riding Hood is an adventure story, a coming of age story, a cautionary tale – and it’s soon to be a major Hollywood motion picture produced by Leonardo diCaprio, directed by Catherine Hardwicke of the Twilight films fame, and starring Amanda Seyfried from Big Love, Mamma Mia! and Letters to Juliet, along with Julie Christie and Gary Oldman. Daniel Egnéus’s elegant, romantic, and hypnotic illustrations carry a new generation breathlessly into the deep, dark woods for a haunting, unforgettable experience unparalleled by anything else in the waking world.   Fri, 14 Jan 2011 10:40:32 +0000 Exhibitor Magazine Andy Potts was commissioned by Exhibitor Magazine illustrating the various types of technology employed by marketers at trade shows and events. Mon, 13 Dec 2010 11:55:20 +0000 The Economist Bob Venables illustrated a recent advertising campaign for The Economist depicting God Vs Science. Mon, 13 Dec 2010 09:32:14 +0000 Financial Times Elliott Golden illustrated a recent campaign for the Financial Times, drawing focus to the publication's increased readership headcount. Mon, 13 Dec 2010 08:55:52 +0000 Sony Ericsson Christmas Launch Roy Knipe illustrated a busy scene depicting Santa's workshop for Sony Ericsson for a recent PR launch event. The workshop is a hive of activity with various Sony products and apps in production. Mon, 13 Dec 2010 08:47:40 +0000 Nicola Slater nominated for award 'The Clumsies Make a Mess' illustrated by Nicola Slater (HarperCollins Children’s Books) has been nominated for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, winners announced on the 17th November: The Roald Dahl Funny Prize was founded in 2008 by Michael Rosen as part of his Children’s Laureateship. It is the first prize of its kind; founded to honour those books that simply make children laugh. Thu, 07 Oct 2010 07:15:37 +0100 Andy Potts gets all choked up Andy's illustration for What Car? Magazine entitled 'Tailpipe Truths' looks at the current state of car pollution. Thu, 07 Oct 2010 06:14:58 +0100 Olivier Latyk receives rave reviews Olivier Latyk receives rave reviews Reviews for Olivier's latest picture book, 'Moon Dreams', published by Templar/Candlewick, have been positively glowing: Bookseller "My highlights for June include two great bedtime stories. 'Where on Earth' is the Moon by Ruth Martin is an enchanting bedtime story about a young girl called Luna's fascination with the moon and what happens to it in the daytime. Strong illustrations give the book a soft, moonlit atmosphere which is perfect for reading at bedtime." PW (Publishers Weekly) "A consummate bedtime read, Martin's story circles around a single question: "Where," a moon-obsessed girl named Luna wonders, "does the Moon go all day?" Martin's prose dwells on soothing, soporific imagery ("Perhaps the Moon slips softly into the ocean during the day") and slips in lots of sound words ("Whoosh... wash, whoosh... wash went the waves"), while Latyk's spreads show Luna on dreamy excursions underwater in a bulgy little bathysphere, a balloon journey over snow-capped mountains, and a rocket trip that leads her all the way to the Moon. Martin, an editor at Templar, wrote this book as a vehicle for the work of French artist Latyk. His retro spreads feature the flat, graphic figures and slick surfaces of '60s commercial art, but his palette of Prussian blue, robin's egg, and pale orange softens the mix, while the eerie moonlight that bathes objects in its reflected glow adds depth. "I'm always here in space, watching over you," the Moon tells Luna fondly. It's just the thing for a read-aloud after a long, busy day. Ages 4–7." Kirkus Review "Luna, who loves the moon, wonders where it goes by day. Thus, nightly she tries to stay awake, hoping to learn its secret. But the sounds of each evening lull her to sleep. In dreams, mirages of the moon appear, yet the mystery remains until the young enthusiast is catapulted into space. Latyk’s lush artwork, well-executed and incredibly tasteful, is a visual treat. Composed of graphic shapes in a retro-cool style, the digital illustrations flow with Martin’s words as the story progresses. Visions of Luna soaring above mountains, gliding across the sky, luminous in the depths of the sea are exhilarating yet peaceful, playful yet refined. Although the text feels labored at times, the use of onomatopoeia to describe the rhythmic sounds of waves washing, crickets chirping and rain pouring will ready restless readers for bed, and many will find comfort in the steadfast moon and its gentle light. Those who cavil that the moon is very often visible by day are missing the point. A lovely, slumberous story." Booklist Published in England as Where on Earth Is the Moon?, this book was inspired by a postcard of French illustrator Latyks work. Expanded into a picture book, his colors and imagery are no less enchanting. The story focuses on a little girl named Luna and her fascination with the moon. She gazes at it every night and wonders where it goes during the day. When she tries to stay awake and follow the moons path out of sight, she dreams up scenarios that Latyk imaginatively renders: the moon as a round and shimmering frozen lake (tracked by Luna and her stuffed balloon in a balloon) and the moon as a glowing sea creature (followed by Luna and her bunny in a submarine). Ultimately, she realizes the moon is there all the time, waiting until nighttime to shine in the sky and watch over her. Martin and Latyk have a created a bedtime book that invites listeners to dream big dreams."   Thu, 30 Sep 2010 09:46:04 +0100 Steve Thorogood 1949-2010 Steve Thorogood - Founder of Good Illustration 1949 - 2010   After a long and bravely fought battle with cancer, Steve passed away peacefully on 7th September, surrounded by his close family. Steve lived and breathed illustration and was immensely proud of the talented team he represented over the past 33 years. We will proudly continue his legacy, knowing that Steve will be scrutinizing every detail from above. We would like to thank St Christopher's Hospice for providing Steve with such dignified end of life care: Steve will be sorely missed by all who knew him, family, friends and colleagues alike. Thu, 30 Sep 2010 09:22:48 +0100 Duck & Cover Bob Venables has been busy illustrating in-store and print campaigns for Duck & Cover clothing. Here are a few screen grabs from the Duck & Cover website to wet your appetite. We will post further work shortly.   Tue, 15 Jun 2010 12:13:28 +0100 Andy Potts - 2010 BBC Proms Andy Potts illustrates the fabulous 2010 BBC Proms guide & branding. The World's Greatest Classical Music Festival runs from 16 July to the last night on 11 September. Mon, 26 Apr 2010 07:03:52 +0100 Happy New Year from Good Illustration To celebrate Chinese New Year, Good Illustration have distributed a printed and digital menu, packed with tasty dishes.   According to the Chinese zodiac, 2010 is the year of the tiger.   These powerful animals love to be challenged, a characteristic which is shared by the team here at Good Illustration.   View the menu here:   We look forward to illustrating something tasty for you soon. Tue, 16 Feb 2010 09:06:53 +0000 Good Illustration 2010 brochure Browse Good Illustration's 2010 brochure online: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 08:56:50 +0000