Check out the latest work, ideas and activites of our worldwide stable of illustrators


Business with China
AdAge ask Tim Bradford for an illustration showing US and China trade tensions.
WWD Portraits
Dena Cooper creates portraits for WWD's CEO Summit Honors Awards.
Thanksgiving Tips
Juliette Toma illustrates for Eater on three Thanksgiving articles designed to help and inspire.
Live Art for Chloe's L'eau
Veronica Collignon collaborates with MKG Creative Agency and Chloe for the launch of its new fragrance L'eau.
Can you Spot?
Daniel Sulzberg illustrates Bookoli's new kids' book - Can you Spot? Monster Mayhem.
Senlis Fall Collection Launch
Sunny Gu paints guests at a live event organised by Senlis in their flagship Beverly Hills store.
50 Years of Sesame Street
Greg Straight is invited to be part of an exhibition celebrating 50 years of Sesame Street.
Child Safety
The Arizona Department of Child Safety (AZDCS) ask Nathaniel Eckstrom to create a poster conveying their child safety message.
Ways to Pay
Peter Nizic creates stop-motion spots for international payment gateway, UnionPay.
Gruesome Myths
Sue Gent creates three spooky illustrations for Countryfile Magazine's Halloween feature.
Easy Signs
Learning American Sign Language has been made easier with a book illustrated by Natalia Sanabria.
Kraken Rum Co.
Butcher Billy works on a new label for the release of a limited edition Kraken Rum.
Britain's Naughtiest Dogs
Country Life magazine conduct a national competition to find the naughtiest dog and commission John Holder to illustrate the finalists.
Bellevue Style
Jacqueline Bissett works on a promotional campaign for Seattle's Bellevue Luxury Shopping Mall.
The Apple Book
Rosie Sanders' Apple Book is re-published!
The Talledaga Superspeedway
Donough O'Malley illustrates for Atlanta Magazine's travel and highlights special.
The Secret of Gratitude
Alyssa de Asis creates vibrant artworks for Focus on the Family Magazine for a feature on building character.
The Bentley Book
Juliet Percival designs a new map and timeline for the historic village of Bentley.
Wooden Cities
Henry McCausland illustrates for the New York Times for an opinion piece on the climate crisis.
The Unmumsy Mum
Alyana Cazalet puts her pen to work for Sarah Turner's new book 'The Unmumsy Mum A-Z: An Inexpert Guide to parenting'.
Gary Mayes produces a teaser animation for the publication of Christopher Wylie’s book Mindf*ck.
Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel
Liam Brazier's Spiderman artwork is to hang in Disneyland Paris' 'Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel'.
The Barclaycard Arena
Tim Bradford draws a flowing line illustration for the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany.
Inspired to Innovate
Katharine Asher shows a piece of work at 'Inspired to Innovate' - an AOI Exhibition at Hoxton Arches, Hackney.
Worldwide Celebrations!
The IllustrationX team take a moment to celebrate the launch of our new branding and website.
Scrapbook Notebook 13 is Here!
We are super-excited to publish issue 13 in our Scrapbook Notebook series!
Playboy's Joker
Featured in Playboy's 'On Pleasure' issue, Butcher Billy creates a grinning Joker for an article examining the film.
Anthony J Foti works with PHD Media Ireland on an epic illustration for Volkswagen's sponsorship of Ireland's rugby team.
Houston Restaurateurs
Chrissy Lau draws for Houstonia Magazine on a culinary feature.
Young Influencers
Brio Magazine ask Natalia Sanabria to produce an artwork for their article on teenage girls and social media.
Fashion Street
Decue Wu creates a window installation artwork for Shenzhen's new shopping mall.
We Have Changed our Name to IllustrationX
We've added an X to our name to stand for that unique and important extra edge that we bring to all our projects.
Professional Advice
London agent Alice Ball talks at a Circus of Illustration event on the role of an illustrator's agent.
Hop Up & Jump Up
Nathaniel Eckstrom creates a fun-filled illustration for children's magazine Ladybug.
Mezzetta's Regional Recipes
Enya Todd brings a burst of flavour to the packaging of Mezzetta's latest products.
Bank of America Filters
Season of Victory is commissioned by the Bank of America to create Snapchat geofilters.
Miami's Camilla
Helping Camilla to celebrate their MOTHER collection, Veronica Collignon draws fashion portraits of the VIP guests.
The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water
Sija Hong paints a spiritied front cover illustration for an upcoming book written by Zen Cho.
The Personal Airbag
Daniel O'Leary develops the artworks for a wearable medical device designed to reduce injuries from falls.
Tiina Turner Prize Winner Announced!
Kavel Rafferty is the winner of the Tiina Turner Prize for Dreamland's Arts Weekend.
Baby Rockers
Pintachan works with the Hachette Book Group to create art for the Baby Rocker board-book series.
Jungle Paradise
Seltzer Goods release a jungle themed puzzle illustrated by the talented Fionna Fernandes.
Style Week OC
Sunny Gu draws at the Alice + Olivia Store at Fashion Island creating memories for the customers.
Using Tech
Angels & Urchins Magazine ask Vicky Scott to use her papercraft style for a feature on using technology with your child.
Worcester Cathedral
Liam O'Farrell paints an impressive view of Worcester Cathedral for a private client.
Be Social
Sunny Gu spends an afternoon painting guests as a Newland Center HB Summer Party.
Rick Bayless
Kathryn Rathke produces an amusing portrait of American chef Rick Bayless for Chicago Magazine.
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Mapping Augusta Golf Course

Golf Monthly commission Liam O'Farrell for an illustration of the Augusta National Golf Club & Course.

Appealing to Liam's love of detail, the map illustration was to show both the architecture and landscape of this premiere golf course. Ensuring all the holes were in the right places with limited reference to aid him, Liam explains, "As I know absolutely nothing about golf, I needed to rely on the client to check my work and provide feedback as I went along. That was not the main tricky issue, however. The main problem was that there is very little current reference for me to go on. Naturally, I would’ve liked to be flown to Augusta to work on site but, unfortunately, those Madison Avenue budgets are  long gone and the rapid turnaround required for the print deadline meant time was tight. I had to reach for as many online images as I could and used Google Maps too to help me build a jigsaw puzzle of the current arrangement. Google maps is fine for the basic structure, though you don’t really get the deeper detail of the fairways, greens and bunkers. For this I gathered dozens of online images of each hole. One couldn’t take anything for granted either. Hole 12 is positioned on a small river and looks pretty smooth but on closer inspection you can see there is tiny nick out of the riverbank just in front of the hole, it’s so easily missed...As I worked I kept in mind that this is an illustration not a piece of art. This meant keeping the colours flat and simple so the whole scene is easy to read. The client and I slowly worked through the structure and built the course from scratch until we had something we were both happy with. Illustrating Augusta was quite a challenge but it was good to learn a bit about the course too." 

From the client, David Taylor

“We commissioned Liam to produce an illustration of the course at Augusta National as there are no photos available that do it justice. We needed to show all the holes with details such as greens, bunkers, tee boxes, and mark several famous spots on the course. Everyone has seen these many times before on television but it’s hard to piece it all together. It was important to get all the details spot on but make it simple enough to be visually appealing. Liam did a great job on this. He turned it around quickly and was very responsive to things when a couple of small but important features needed changing. We’d definitely use him again.”

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