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Alyana Cazalet

International line illustrator. London

Alyana Cazalet

The Happiest Kids in the World!

Friday, February 03, 2017

Penguin Books commission Alyana Cazalet to illustrate 'The Happiest Kids in the World - Bringing up Children the Dutch Way'.

The UK edition of this fascinating book was out last month and includes various scenes drawn with Alyana's energy and animation. She made many drawings which were whittled down to ten final artworks, used for both the cover and chapter openers. She says "It was a bit of a challenge to constrain my spontaneous lines to present more tamed images, yet in all it was a great experience and enjoyable drawing process!" The book written by Rina Mae Acosta and Michele Hutchison explores why a recent UNICEF study of child well-being reported that Dutch children came out on top as the happiest all-round. You can find out more information here.

 

 




Savills Campaign

Thursday, January 05, 2017

Alyana Cazalet is commissioned by Isobel Advertising to produce a series of ink drawings for a Savills Christmas campaign.

This was Alyana's second project through Isobel Advertising for Savills and came with a tight deadline, working with ink on paper and at a large size. Alyana came up with many winter scene ideas including characters and props and enjoyed creative freedom from a client who trusted her intuition, she says "I had great fun playing with various winter scenes, architectural styles and lots of dogs, cats and characters, which I always enjoy to draw."




Advice for New Parents

Thursday, December 08, 2016

Alyana Cazalet illustrates the e-book 'What the Parenting Manuals Don't Tell You'.

The project was commissioned by 3Monkeys/Zeno Communications for a book by Bepanthen. The advice is provided by parents for new parents, meaning the information is a real and practical collection of tips. Alyana was tasked with creating 15 illustrations, and has combined her expressive lines with great humour. Download the book here.




Rockport

Friday, February 26, 2016

Alyana Cazalet draws spontaneous city scenes for Rockport Shoes.

The black and white ink drawings were used for the Rockport stand at a Vegas trade show as well as for internal use. Alyana created around 12 artworks which look incredible on the white shoe boxes.




ErictheFred

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Alyana Cazalet draws ErictheFred for Edinburgh's Fringe Festival.

The illustrations were created during the comedian and clown's rehearsals for this year's festival. Alyana was invited to see his performance and make reportage sketches with her wonderful spontaneity - the drawings were then developed into images for promotional cards.




Pulse Collaboration

Monday, June 08, 2015

Alyana Cazalet took part in the Pulse Collaboration last weekend.

above - event flyer and a page from Alyana's graphic novel

Alyana Cazalet took part in the Pulse Collaboration last weekend.

As part of the E17 Art Trail, the event was a story telling exhibition with comics, books and music. Alyana focused on 'expanding her creative practise' by creating her own graphic novel. Alyana says "The feedback from organisers of the event and visitors was great!"



United Arrows Bar

Monday, July 14, 2014



Alyana Cazalet completes a logo project for the UA Bar in Tokyo.

United Arrows is one of the top select shops in Japan and has renovated the cafe as part of its 25th anniversary of the brand. Alyana was commissioned to make a logo drawing for their new bar and cafe, she says "It was a very tight time frame to make an expressive A3 size hand ink drawing, the client was pleased with the outcome and the illustration was used on UA bar merchandise, caps, and menus."




Creative Confidence

Friday, November 15, 2013






Alyana Cazalet illustrates "Creative Confidence: Unleashing the creative potential within us all".
Published last month, the book by Tom and David Kelley (IDEO founder and Stanford University Design School creator) has become an Amazon bestseller. Alyana worked on the illustrations for ten chapters of the book and says of the project "I was facing some challenging tasks for (the) visual interpretation of (the) chapters...the book was aimed mainly for corporate professionals and I knew very little about this world...yet it gave me a bit of freedom." All the images can be seen here.



Rusi Designs

Friday, September 06, 2013






Alyana Cazalet creates some striking drawings for RusiDesigns.
Commissioned to make promotional posters for their fashion stand at the 'Pure London 34 International Trade Show' last month, Alyana produced some engaging black line drawings for fashion posters. The illustrations also featured Rusi's colourful leather bags and accessories, bringing together both hand drawn and photographic elements.



Excuse My French

Monday, April 15, 2013




Alyana Cazalet illustrates 'Excuse My French', published by Kyle Books. 
Originally commissioned for the front cover,  Alyana was then asked to make another 13 black and white drawings for the inside after much positive feedback from the Frankfurt Book Fair. Alyana says "(The) brief was to create humourous images at the opening of each chapter, providing visual intrepretation to some confusing (and amusing!) French and English idiomatic expressions." The book is out now.


Cafe Rouge Murals

Tuesday, November 15, 2011



 Cafe Rouge on The Strand has been decorated in style by Alyana Cazalet. Working with FutureBrand, Alyana spent the summer on this big and challenging art commission. The Cafe Rouge chain is in the process of re-designing the interiors of all it's restaurants in the UK and asked Alyana to design murals for their first new look. From the start the client was extremely pleased with Alyana's drawings and the 'idiosyncratic characters' on her first rough. From then she was given the 'green light' to create a slice of life in a French bistro, in London. Alyana says "I had positive comments from many other people friends/fellowartists/etc...who saw (the) murals since (the) Cafe Rouge opening in September........It was (a) challenging commission without any doubt, due to the scale ( 25 square meters), time pressure, public place (The Strand). ........ My inspiration came from French music and poetry as well as (the) streets of Paris and individual French cafe culture."




Jasmina’s Giraffe

Friday, March 25, 2011

 
Alyana Cazalet has had huge fun working on Jasmina’s Giraffe for CHI and Partners.

Intended as a gift for one of their clients, Alyana produced black and white drawings with splashes of colour here and there. She says, "I had some freedom and flexibility on what to draw (which was great!). It was fun to draw also as I like stories with animal characters."



Alyana Cazalet's Scrapbook

Friday, October 29, 2010



This week leading illustrator Alyana Cazalet takes us behind the scenes to reveal what inspires her to create her amazingly popular work.

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