Rosie Goodwin covers by Gordon Crabb

This is a delightful series of covers to work on. Gordon produced these for Nick Stearn at Bonnier Zaffre. There are also many images available as ready-made stock – and we’ve just added a lot more.

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Two covers by Jeffrey Alan Love

Produced for Del Rey. For more of Jeffrey’s work, including news of his new graphic novel coming in the autumn, just go to his own website.

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John Harris – new originals for sale

This (above) is the pastel sketch and the subsequent painting for “The Blue Comet”, one of the pieces in John’s “Phyllotactic” series. There’s more work for book covers (science fiction and other fiction) and also The Rite of the Hidden Sun. Drop me an email if any of these are of interest.

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The Rhythm of the Rain

Grahame Baker Smith has written and illustrated a charming and informative children’s book which describes the movement of water from a hilltop down to the sea – and back, via the water cycle. Here is the water passing through a city. Published in April 2018, you can order it here.

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The Silk Roads – illustrations finished!

Neil Packer’s work for the illustrated edition of Silk Roads is detailed, informative – and also hugely stylish. It’s been a mammoth task but this edition, adapted by Peter Frankopan, will appeal not just to children but to anyone interested in finding out more about the history of this fascinating East-West phenomenon.

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The Journal

I was delighted to receive a copy of The Journal, published by Jon Schindehette at The Art Order. What an amazing production. Asking artists to include some narrative gave everyone a chance to think slightly differently. This was John Harris’s spread.

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A History of Magic

The exhibition which has seen queues of eager people outside the British Library ends today. The combination of Harry Potter and literally, the history of magic, has been a huge success and will travel to New York in October, and then hopefully beyond. If you missed it, you can still read about it in this magnificent book.

To mark the end, Google “Arts and Culture” have interviewed some of the people involved, including Jim Kay.

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New Ian Miller prints

There are some fabulous new images of Ian’s on the website, now available as limited-edition signed giclee prints. At the Mountains of Madness, the Balrog, absolute classics.

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Harry Potter Book Night – and animated ebooks

Olivia Lomenech Gill and Jim Kay will both be at Waterstones in Piccadilly on Thursday evening (1st Feb 2018) to celebrate Harry Potter. Here is Olivia’s dragon from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and there’s much more of Olivia’s work here.

You can also see Jim and Olivia describing their animated Kindle in Motion ebooks here.

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Jim Kay illustrations

Jim Kay’s been very busy with Harry Potter. He’s started on the fourth book now (The Goblet of Fire) and you can see some of the work for the first three here. He’s been working in a range of styles. Here are Remus Lupin and Sybill Trelawney.

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