Glen Baxter’s drawings and paintings belong to numerous private and public collections including Tate Gallery and the V&A Museum in London.
The godfather of British Pop Art Peter Blake is best known for his design of the sleeve for the Beatles album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The prolific cartoonist, illustrator and children's author Quentin Blake is most recognised for his collaborations with writer Roald Dahl.
Raymond Briggs is an illustrator and author who has achieved success among adults and children. He is best known for his story "The Snowman".
Chloe Cheese is a printmaker and has freelanced as an illustrator for the Sunday Times Vogue magazine, Terence Conran Galleries, and Marie Claire.
Carolyn Gowdy is renowned for her narrative images with text inscriptions which are populated by a cast of idiosyncratic characters.
Brian Grimwood has been credited by Print magazine as having changed the look of British illustration. In 1983 he founded The Central Illustration Agency.
John Hegarty is the Chairman and Creative Director of BartleBogleHegarty (BBH), a creative advertising agency operating from offices in London, New York Sao Paolo, Singapore, Shanghai and Mumbai.
David Hughes’ satirical drawings have appeared in Punch, The Observer and The New Yorker, as well as being exhibited internationally. He is also an acclaimed children's book illustrator.
Author and Illustrator Shirley Hughes has written more than fifty books and illustrated over two hundred. Her publications have sold more than 11.5 million copies.
Sue Huntley and Donna design and art direct mainstream magazines and books. In 1994 they designed the set for an opera in Munich.
Mick Inkpen is an author and illustrator of children's books and best known for his creations Kipper the Dog and Wibbly Pig.
Freelance Illustrator, Ian Pollock’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Creative Review, Design Week, the Guardian, and the Financial Times amongst others.
Gary Powell has worked as a graphic designer and illustrator on numerous projects that span across editorial, design, advertising and multimedia including major commissions for Royal Mail.
Illustrator and children’s author Tony Ross is most noted for his work with Francesca Simon on the Horrid Henry books. He has also illustrated the Harry The Poisonous Centipede and Dr. Xargle series of books.
Influential English artist and cartoonist Ronald Searle is best known as the creator of St Trinian's School. He is also the co-author of the Molesworth tetralogy
Paul Slater is a highly regarded British illustrator, known especially for his surreal take on editorial illustration and his publication "Fried Eggs in Brine".
British cartoonist and caricaturist Ralph Steadman is best known for his work with American author Hunter S. Thompson. He is renowned for his political and social caricatures and cartoons.
Peter Till mainly works with editorial illustration but has also worked within advertising and book illustration. In 1981 he also made an animated film called 'The Beard'.
Janet Woolley is an award-winning illustrator who has worked for numerous publications worldwide. She is currently MA Illustration Course Leader at Camberwell College of Art, University of the Arts London.
Oliver Jeffers is an award-winning children's books illustrator with over 10 titles translated in more than 30 languages. His work has been widely exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, Geltalten Space and the Brooklyn Museum.
Marion Deuchars is a Scottish born, internationally acclaimed, award-winning illustrator best known for her Let's Make Great Art books. Clients include The Royal Mail, The Imperial War Museum, ESPN, The Guardian and Ford.