1. Fashion Fridays ~ Rosie McGuinness

    Rosie McGuinness is a London-based fashion illustrator with a focus on figure. She has worked largely in editorial, catwalk reports, line-ups and look-books for clients including i-D, the V&A museum, Penguin books, Whistles and LCF for Victoria Beckham.

  2. Ryohei Yanagihara (1931 – 2015)

    At the start of his career, prolific artist and honorary MOL captain Ryohei Yanagihara illustrated numerous book covers and movie title sequences. He created the cultural icon, Uncle Torys, for Suntory whisky before becoming one of the key figures in Japanese independent animation of the 1960s.

  3. Great Big Story ‘Coming Home From Another World’

    NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin tells us about readjusting to life on earth after a stay on the International Space Station. He shares the immense love and pride he felt seeing his family and friends again. How a walk on the beach, looking at the horizon, helped him to regauge his gyros. And how driving in his car made him rethink speed; the maximum speed limit being a far cry from the 17,500mph speeds he had become accustomed to.

  4. Jeannie Phan

    Jeannie Phan is an award-winning freelance illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. Working largely in editorial and advertising, Phan’s clients include New York Times, New Yorker, Scholastic, Penguin Books and British Airways.

  5. Překlep a Škraloup: The book

    Take your eye off something for a moment, and suddenly the new becomes old and devalued. Who is to blame for this? Překlep a Škraloup is a Czech children’s book about the small creatures, living all around us, responsible for the process of ageing.

  6. Marcos Morales

    Marcos Morales is a graphic designer and collage maker from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Currently based in Heidelberg, Germany, Morales has collaborated with international clients including National Geographic, Citroën and Pioneer.

  7. Illustrator’s Diary: December Events and Exhibitions

    December is just around the corner and the frosty weather is almost certainly convincing you to stay indoors, wrap up, sit back with a good (comic) book and a warm toddy. But, if you are looking for another way to warm the cockles of your heart, here are some of the events and exhibitions that we think are worth braving the cold for.