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Sue Todd: Spotlight Interview via HAI

We’ve not done an LCS interview for a long time. Our last one was actually with Paul Shipper in 2015. We do have several incomplete interviews that seem to be gathering dust, but we’ve always had a zero pressure policy on completing them. When we get round to it, we will pick up the torch and start interviewing our favourite illustrators and creatives again. In the meantime, we have a lovely batch of short spotlight interviews with some wonderful illustrators over on Hire an Illustrator. The most recent one was with the talented Sue Todd and there are plenty more to check out. What’s your favourite sandwich filling? LOL.

Read the interview: hireanillustrator.com/i/…sue-todd/

3×3 International Illustration Awards Show No.14

Friend of the LCS, art director Charles Hively, has asked us to share 3×3’s latest “call for” with you and we’re happy to oblige. Over the years, Charles has been a strong supporter of the LCS and illustration in general and it’s the least we can do.

Call for Entries! This year’s juried show is now accepting entries. Open to all illustrators at all levels in all countries for commissioned and non-commissioned work produced or published during the calendar year 2016.

Deadline: March 24, 2017. Final deadline is March 31st — no entries will be accepted after midnight New York time. We will add a $10 late fee to each entry (single or series).

Call for Entries PDF: 3x3mag.com…
Show Chair: Rod Hunt, Professional Illustrator

Matt Dixon’s Transmissions 3

Robots are awesome and they always have been! There are only a few days left to nab yourself a copy of Matt Dixon’s robot art book, Transmissions 3 via Kickstarter. So there’s no time to dawdle, visit kck.st/2kQtlLC and make a pledge.

Matt’s robot illustrations really are amazing and so much fun. He’s already met his target, so it’s just a case of pledging now and waiting for the book to be printed up and delivered.

Kickstarter: kck.st/2kQtlLC
Portfolio: mattdixon.co.uk

The Everyday Witch Tarot deck

The Everyday Witch Tarot deck was illustrated by Elisabeth Alba and we love it! It’s a fun, practical, easy-to-use deck for every witch and we can’t wait to get hold of a copy. As you can see, Elisabeth’s illustrations are charming and absolutely gorgeous.

Written by Deborah Blake and published by Llewellyn Worldwide the 78-card deck comes in a box kit with a magnetic enclosure that also includes a 264 page full color guidebook. etsy.com/listing/493198464/everyd…