Monthly Archives: June 2015

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Pseudosapiens by Moonlight

John Harris was invited to send a piece of work to the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York for their show, infra:REAL, which opens on 5th August. He’d long had the idea of showing a life-form which is a bit … Continue reading

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Summer at Merchant Archive

The film to accompany Merchant Archive’s Summer 2015 collection was shot on the farm where I grew up. It’s the classic British summer for me. Lush Somerset landscape – but not very warm . . .

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Gordon Crabb portraits

We like the idea of coming in close on people’s faces for book covers. Just at the moment they all seem to be standing in the distance but look at the intensity in these Gordon Crabb stock shots. Let me … Continue reading

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Grahame Baker Smith on AOI shortlist

Grahame’s work on a set of ten stamps to commemorate 150 years of Alice has been recognised by the AOI. Thank you to Royal Mail for entering them for this year’s awards. See more of Grahame’s work¬†here.

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Jim Kay on illustrating Harry Potter

Jim has been interviewed by Charlotte Eyre for The Bookseller and you can see the text here. Now that some of the images are revealed, we can add them to the website. Above: Hermione and Hagrid.

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Ian Miller originals for sale

There are now some rare and¬†beautiful drawings by Ian available on the website. Some are from Fighting Fantasy books, some are sketches for book covers and some are just straight from his head. Some are closely detailed like the lizard … Continue reading

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