It’s been a long time coming and an uphill journey, but we’re pleased to say the Hireillo shop is now open!
What I want to talk about today is an illustrator’s style, the aspect of their work that tells you who created it – to put it another way, their visual signature.
A common question I get is, how does an illustrator find work online? Well, there are numerous ways to connect with clients, but I tend to see illustrators forgetting that they’re running a business and not just feeding a hobby.
We love Halloween and we hope you do to! To celebrate our favourite festivity, here are some of our members’ ghoulish and ghostly illustrations for the spooky season.
Back in February of 2019, Justin Donaldson wrote an interesting article called “How to Find Work Online as an illustrator” for the now defunct One Fantastic Week (1FW).
We have a new artist in (virtual) residence, which means we have a new website background. The artwork encompasses the typical British seaside holiday…
When the lockdown started in the UK, we created a page for our illustrators to showcase their COVID-19 illustrations with the aim of licensing them out to journalists, periodicals and general editorials on their behalf.
Continuing our mission to support creators and the illustrators we represent, and with Christmas coming up. We wanted to share with you a list of festive items from independent artists which you can buy right now.
As a community of over 500 illustrators, we want to know what the current state of the illustration industry is. Illustrators and other creative professionals are vital to a large number of industries and add enormous value to many others. Without us, there wouldn’t be children’s picture books; there wouldn’t be a comic book industry; newspapers and magazines would be really boring; and TV and movies would suck!