Artwork of a boy playing with a toy

Art Lesson

Medium: Ink and Digital
Client: Ian Harvey

Sholto Walker, Illustration.Boy shows his creature-friend how to paint

About Sholto
Drawing quickly and expressively with a traditional ink pen, British children’s illustrator Sholto Walker transfers all the energy and emotion of his approach directly into the colourful characters he creates. From his languid line work to frenetically scratched-in detail, there’s an immediacy to his work that instantly engages the viewer and pulls them into the story he’s illustrating.
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Sholto's latest news
The Paninis of Pompeii
The Paninis of Pompeii
Sholto Walker is excited about the forthcoming release of Andy Stanton’s The Paninis of Pompeii.
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Twas the NightCap Before Christmas
Twas the NightCap Before Christmas
Sholto Walker illustrates a comedy twist on the classic Nineteenth Century Christmas poem.
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Where the Wild Dads Went
Where the Wild Dads Went
'Where the Wild Dads Went' is the latest in Katie Blackburn’s brilliantly humorous adults’ version of Maurice Sendak’s 'Where the Wild Things Are', illustrated by Sholto Walker.
Where the Wild Dads Went
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