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04:33 PM - 23 Apr 18
03:15 PM - 23 Apr 18
#PastryPath : @timillustration creates a quirky artwork for b.inspired on the Antwerp Pastry Week #Figure #peopletwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
03:00 PM - 23 Apr 18
@AdamJaKoon is our featured artist of the week, a NYC-based Illustrator and hand-lettering artist with a bold graph… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
12:00 PM - 23 Apr 18
A portrait of @nikkihaley by @kathrynrathke and originally illustrated for a Dutch magazine #portraits #drawingtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
10:01 AM - 23 Apr 18
Super Excited to Welcome Our New Talent and New York based Illustrator, @AdamJaKoon. Watch out for his organic and… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
09:00 AM - 23 Apr 18
#SideEffects : @DNAillustration illustrates a fatty heart for a @JADPRO cover on unanticipated cardiac side effects… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
05:18 AM - 23 Apr 18
Check out @catsims's portfolio for more stunning artworks at illustrationweb.com/CatSims twitter.com/catsims/status…
03:00 PM - 22 Apr 18
We hope you enjoyed seeing some amazing work from @tsspookytooththroughout this week. Check his exclusive portfolio… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:00 PM - 22 Apr 18
Another beautiful dinosaur illustration by @tsspookytooth. It’s from a picture book, Fossil by Fossil from Lerner P… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
08:00 AM - 22 Apr 18
@tsspookytooth's images are refreshing, quirky and professional, with an ability to convey emotion with the simple… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
03:00 PM - 21 Apr 18
@tsspookytooth imaginatively illustrates a series of clever character pieces for a children’s book, Let’s Build A R… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:00 PM - 21 Apr 18
Another refreshing picture book illustration by @tsspookytooth. Published by @LernerBooks.… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
08:00 AM - 21 Apr 18
@tsspookytooth works with #migratemagazine to create this fantastical character piece from a single word brief, ‘Su… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
10:33 PM - 20 Apr 18
Fun night at the @WorkbookArt party last night! Thanks for having us! #artreps #weareillustration #nyc
03:01 PM - 20 Apr 18
A submission for the AOI Prize for Illustration. @tsspookytooth has plenty more of these dark and spooky images.… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:01 PM - 20 Apr 18
Beautiful jaw-dropping acrylic painting of a whale shark by @tsspookytooth. It’s from a picture book, Tooth by Toot… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
11:30 AM - 20 Apr 18
09:00 AM - 20 Apr 18
08:00 AM - 20 Apr 18
Look at all those chompers in there! Beautiful children’s illustration for a picture book, Tooth by Tooth. Created… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
Claire Rollet adds another two books to the Pictura colouring series by templar publishing

Cities of the World

Claire Rollet adds another two books to the Pictura colouring series by Templar Publishing.

‘Claire Rollet’s Cities of the World’ takes us on a colouring-in journey to 12 cities from Rio to Tokyo via Marrakech, La Havana, New York and more. Claire says, "I worked hard at presenting each city from a fresh view rather than the obvious angles we are all too familiar with. I focused on the feel and idiosyncrasies of each city to inspire my drawings and these can now go on inspiring many people to fill them with life and colour. The second book ‘Claire Rollet’s London’ explores 12 locations of distinct atmosphere around London. Get your pens out and colour the peaceful Hyde Park, the majestic Royal Albert Hall, the vibrant Portobello market and many more. The drawings are printed on large detachable card (27x35cm). This beautiful paper stock is great to use as it won’t let colours seep through like so many other books! For each drawing a description of the atmosphere of the city and area gives life to the line drawings. I worked with great editors Kieran Hood whose vision did not wither at any point through the project and Isobel Boston who helped me write up the lively descriptions of the drawings."

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