Monthly Archives: October 2015

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John Harris’s “Crystal City”

To the west of The Abandoned Lands, lie the bitter sands of The Crystal Plain. This piece illustrates one of the many outcrops of giant crystals which are scattered across the Plain. Devoid of organic life, yet home to the … Continue reading

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John Harris’s “Second Sun”

We’ll be heading off to Allentown on Monday but here’s just one of the paintings John has produced for the show.

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Ian Miller drawings at Illuxcon

Ian Miller can’t be at this year’s show but he’s given me some of his Shrek concept drawings to bring and also some beautiful charcoal drawings from The City.

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Treason of the Scholars

Anyone who doubts the validity of the path of contemporary art since we first saw the celebrated urinal should visit the show of work by Peter Goodfellow at the Panter and Hall gallery in London. Also read his book and … Continue reading

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Jim Kay on the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Gaby Wood has written a thoughtful and informative piece for The Telegraph on Jim’s work for the first Harry Potter book which gives an insight into his life while working on this exciting but demanding commission. Published in The Telegraph … Continue reading

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Ragged Rose cover by Gordon Crabb

Gordon has been commissioned by Harper Collins to illustrate the cover of the new book by Dilly Court, Ragged Rose. We worked with Henry Steadman to produce this fine cover. The girls either side are available as stock.

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