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The Rabtus Exchange Program 2013


Israeli artist Miki Mottes, initiated a unique international group exhibition around a single illustrated character.

Oct 31, 2013 – Tel Aviv. Forty talented illustrators from over 15 countries illustrated their personal interpretation of Rabtus, one of Miki Mottes’ main illustrated characters, in their own artistic style. In return, Mottes gave his own personal interpretation to one of their characters, completing a set of 80 different artworks (40 couples).

External Link: The Rabtus Exchange Program 2013 at HaKir

Call for Entries – Serco Prize for Illustration 2014


The Association of Illustrators, in partnership with London Transport Museum, is now welcoming submissions for the Serco Prize for Illustration 2014.

The deadline for entries is Sunday 3 November 2013.

This year the theme is London Stories and entrants are asked to capture a well-known or little known narrative in a single image; all stories, current or historical, real or fictional are welcome. Stories could be those seen in a film or play, heard in poetry or music, read in literature or an urban myth.

This is an exciting challenge for artists to depict a colourful, inspiring and vibrant, multi-layered London. The competition is open to illustrators and students throughout the world, and for the first time also for illustrators working in animation as there will be the option to display animations during the exhibition.

The top 50 entries to impress the panel of judges are displayed at the famous London Transport Museum and have a chance of winning the top prize of £2000.

Image by Anne Wilson, winner Serco Prize for Illustration 2011

External Link: Call for Entries – Serco Prize for Illustration 2014

Delphie – Illustrations


Last sunday (September 8th) was the opening of my first illustration solo exhibition, at the ‘Maison des arts et de la culture de Bromton’. It was a rewarding experience, and I want to thanks everyone who took their time to come :) If you missed it, but still want to have a look, the exhibition will be going on until October 6th.

External Link: Delphie – Illustrations at Maison des arts et de la culture de Brompton

Widdershins – Moorland Mythic Arts

Green Hill Arts - News

Widdershins is an exhibition of art works by a group of celebrated and internationally renowned mythical and fantasy artists. Hazel Brown, Neil Wilkinson Cave, Brian Froud, Wendy Froud, Paul Kidby, Alan Lee, Virginia Lee, Rima Staines, Terri Windling and David Wyatt.

In addition to the exhibition itself, we have a full programme of mythic, magical events for adults and children. Artists’ talks, book-signings, storytelling, puppetry, music and much more.

Check out artist Rima Staines’ blog for photos and more info. :)

External Link: Widdershins – Moorland Mythic Arts at Green Hill Arts

Pointe Blank Exhibition


Last night saw the launch of the Pointe Blank exhibition in Belfast. The show is a collaboration between the Birmingham Royal Ballet company and Illustrators Ireland in producing some amazing illustrations to coincide with the ballet company’s latest production of Giselle. The show continues in Belfast until next week, before it moves to Dublin’s Grand Canal Theatre on the third of July. The exhibition will then go on permanent display in Birmingham. Don’t miss what looks to be an amazing show.

External Link: Pointe Blank Exhibition