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Publishing has provided some of the most beautiful illustration projects our artists have been lucky enough to work on.

With its limitless diversity this area allows every artist we represent to work in publishing.

We regularly visit the various book fairs to continue to promote our amazing artists’ work meaning they work in all areas of publishing – across the globe.

Our publishing clients include:

Hachette, Little Brown, Headline, Random House, Transworld, HarperCollins, Aurum Press, Bloomsbury, Penguin, Hodder & Stoughton, John Murray, Macmillan, Simon & Schuster

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Publishing project spotlight

Watch Hannah Bailey discuss the making of “Explore! America’s National Parks”

We spoke to Hannah Bailey, illustrator of Explore! America’s National Parks, published by Kane Miller, about textures, getting lighting right and her favourite landscapes to illustrate.

Publishing project spotlight

Dawn Cooper illustrates ‘The Insect Emporium’ for Egmont

Dawn Cooper worked with Egmont on this absolutely stunning non-fiction gift book, ‘Insect Emporium’. Dawn’s fantastic attention to detail combined with her decorative illustration style made her the perfect illustrator for this book.
Her work has the wonderful balance to deliver both factual information along with visually breath taking illustrations.
A fascinating and beautiful book which captivates the reader at every turn of the page.

“Working with The Artworks and Dawn Cooper in particular is an absolute joy, receiving her gorgeous artwork makes my day.
“Everything is delivered on time, considerate to the brief and Dawn’s level of research and detail just add to the beauty and skill of her work.”

Faith Booker, Senior Designer

Publishing project spotlight

Andrew Davidson’s Harry Potter covers

Andrew Davidson worked with designers Webb & Webb on this prestigious commission for Bloomsbury, to illustrate the adult book covers for the complete set of Harry Potter books. Andrew hand engraved each piece with meticulous care and with the intention that the illustrations would not look out of place as books on the shelves of Hogwarts library itself!

Bringing text to life from anything and everything and sometimes without the need for text at all.