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05:38 PM - 25 Jul 17
Want to get some insights on in-house illustrator role? Check out today's @ArrestAllMimics episode with @HendinArts twitter.com/BenTallon/stat…
05:30 PM - 25 Jul 17
@tigermlk_ created these expressive face illustrations for @urbanoutfitters' blog featuring #TonyMoly face masks.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
01:45 PM - 25 Jul 17
Chic and fresh #fashionfigure by Veronica Collignon stands out on @ardenuk’s website, promoting their… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
02:30 PM - 24 Jul 17
Our #IllustratorOfTheWeek is Petra Dufkova, an international fashion & beauty illustrator based in Munich.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
10:10 AM - 24 Jul 17
Our #IllustratorOfTheWeek is Petra Dufkova, an international fashion & beauty illustrator based in Munich.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
08:30 AM - 24 Jul 17
Being Girly: @InStyleGermany Magazine asks why #women are into #pink for a feature illustrated by @luandemytwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
01:30 PM - 23 Jul 17
#ZoeMoreOFerrall usually uses pen and ink and loves to draw by hand #style #projects #artistoftheweek #illustrationtwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
08:30 AM - 23 Jul 17
#ZoeMoreOFerrall usually uses pen and ink and loves to draw by hand #style #projects #artistoftheweek #illustrationtwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
02:30 PM - 21 Jul 17
Happy! Miss Sporty's #HappyLook Collection is illustrated by @tracyturnbull1#advertising #youth #culture #womentwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
01:30 PM - 21 Jul 17
#ZoeMoreOFerrall uses bright splashes of colour as part of her compositions #art #artistoftheweek #illustrationtwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
10:30 AM - 21 Jul 17
Curvy Athletes : @FionnaFernandes illustrates for #Women's Running Magazine on a #plussize feature #figure #fashiontwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
08:30 AM - 21 Jul 17
#ZoeMoreOFerrall uses bright splashes of colour as part of her compositions #art #artistoftheweek #illustrationtwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
03:15 PM - 20 Jul 17
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06:00 PM - 19 Jul 17
#RosannaTasker The Bristol based illustrator opens the door to her studio & inspiration #Scrapbook #artisttwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
03:30 PM - 19 Jul 17
@eenoramic illustrates the @lenovo tablet box for the African market #character #computers #digital #packaging #arttwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
01:30 PM - 19 Jul 17
#ZoeMoreOFerrall enjoys capturing the feelings of places, particularly architecture #artistoftheweek #illustrationtwitter.com/i/web/status/8…
12:30 PM - 19 Jul 17
#LaurenMortimer has drawn a self-initiated #pencil illustration of a @Viktor_and_Rolf #Flowerbomb perfume bottle… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
08:30 AM - 19 Jul 17
#ZoeMoreOFerrall enjoys capturing the feelings of places, particularly architecture #artistoftheweektwitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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.

Published by Faber and Faber, the book follows on from Katie's very successful 2015 world-wide best-seller 'Where the Wild Mums Are', which Sholto also illustrated - but this time it’s for the dads. As before, the plot is loosely based on Sendak’s story, but instead of a child, it involves an inebriated dad who drifts off into an alcoholic slumber in front of the TV and finds himself at a drunken, impromptu party in an imaginary pub in the sky. Sholto explains, "The brief was to create a set of characters (not necessarily all particularly attractive!), covering a wide range of ‘dad types’ all of whom drift slowly into an increasing state of inebriation and drunken hysteria as the eighteen illustrations progress. As with Wild Mums, the brief was lots of fun, but quite challenging, requiring plenty of detail, colour, texture as well as multiple characters and characterisations." The book is for sale now. 

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