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Wild is the Wind

The success of Grahame Baker Smith‘s picture book, The Rhythm of the Rain has pleased everyone. There’s now to be another in the series, Wild is the Wind, and it is looking as beautiful as the first book – as … Continue reading

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Neil Packer’s London

If you’re wondering what London’s going to be like after lockdown, here are some ideas by Neil Packer. Continue reading

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More dragons on their way

This is Saturion the Jester – just one of the drawings in Ian Miller‘s new series, dragons included. If you want to hear more about this, sign up for our newsletter (top right on our home page). We’re now offering … Continue reading

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Bok, the Rock

Here’s the cover of the book written by Neil Armstrong. Who better to tell the story of a rock which started life on the moon over four billion years ago and eventually came to earth? Neil’s text has been adapted … Continue reading

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Olivia in France

Working in lockdown is OK for most artists who are used to working at home anyway. For those with children it’s tougher. How nice it would be to have more time to spend with the children anyway, but working at … Continue reading

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A History of Magic, in Tokyo

How pleasing during lockdown! To have a definite date in the diary. The work of Jim Kay and Olivia Lomenech Gill will be travelling to Tokyo with the exhibition of A History of Magic which was first seen at the … Continue reading

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Shrek concept work

Here’s one of Ian Miller’s first drawings of the Swamp House from Shrek. Looks cosy. Ian Miller originals for sale.

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Silkscreen prints of The Balrog

Ian Miller has worked with the contemporary art silkscreen studio ‘Make-Ready’ in North London to produce a small edition of the most stunning prints of Ian’s drawing of The Balrog from J R R Tolkien’s Fellowship of the Ring. More … Continue reading

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Paul Cox’s London

Paul Cox is well known for his work for the Folio Society, including this recent edition of The Clicking of Cuthbert. I also love this image of London, his home city, with a bird’s eye view of the Oxo Tower … Continue reading

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Medusa

We are thrilled that Olivia Lomenech Gill has been commissioned by Bloomsbury to illustrate Jessie Burton’s latest YA novel. She is the perfect person to illustrate Jessie’s interpretation of this important story. More in The Bookseller.

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