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World Book Day events 2019

World book week is a gem of a week for authors and illustrators in the UK and one of my favourite times of the year. I have seen hundreds of children, over the past few days to hopefully inspire imaginations and ignite interest in books and reading. Lots of live drawing and fun interactions with Q & A's, drawing workshops and inside information covering all aspects of illustration, books and publishing.

Thank you to The Hermitage School in Woking, Gatehouse School in East London, St Thomas Becket in Norwood and Willow Primary in Basildon for having me in your schools and Darlington Libraries for inviting me to help launch your new Book Fest.

"Thank you very much for all your hard work including all your book-signing! The children absolutely loved watching you draw all the wierd and wonderful characters, and the assembly was lively and interactive. It was great to have a real illustrator to inspire the children to have a go and the junior workshops opened their imaginations to a whole plethora of front cover design ideas." Teacher at Thomas Becket Primary. 

A special thank you to Authors Aloud and Pea Green Boat Books for your brilliant organisation!

To book Garry for your school, library or festival, say hello at

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Cereal Superfan

Bloomsbury Young Readers

Written by Julia Donaldson. Illustrated by Garry Parsons

Stephen is a cereal superfan. Breakfast, lunch, tea and supper - he eats it for every meal. So a competition to design a new cereal is perfect...or is it?

 Breakfast will never be the same again!

Created by reading experts, Bloomsbury Young Readers aim to get children reading, with stories by brilliant authors packed with colour illustrations. Filled with appealing illustrations, these engaging stories have been tailored to Key Stage 1 children who are learning to read and are book banded. The progression of them will help children develop their confidence.  Learn more about this series here and watch the short animation here.

Garry Parsons - Artist Spotlight

The Dinosaur That Pooped A Princess by Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter is the fifth title to be published this year featuring Garry Parsons' wonderful illustrations.


Garry has been particularly busy over the last few months; he's enjoyed creating artworks that have featured dragons, princesses, dinosaurs, fairies and out of this world adventures to name just a few! Never one to rest on his laurels, Garry has also enjoyed becoming a regular guest author on the much loved Picture Book Den.

We spoke to Garry about some of the titles he has worked on this year and why each book, although very different, means so much to him.

The Dinosaur That Pooped series has enjoyed phenomenal success, it has sold over a million copies in the UK alone. Why do you think the Pooping Dinosaur appeals to so many people?
Children love naughty, rude jokes and these books provide a space to explore and laugh at things they know aren't really acceptable in the classroom or at the dinner table. Also, parents love them too, just as many adults have expressed their fondness for these books as children. Rude humour need not be crude humour, having said that, creating art that involved copious amounts of gushing poo did require a few re draws and a refined colour palette to keep the fun and humour out of the realms of obscene and distasteful!
The tenth Dragonsitter book was published earlier this year. Did you envisage that these would be so successful from the start? What's been the best part of working on such an enduring series?  

Andersen commissioned the illustrations for the first Dragonsitter book back in 2012 and at the time I thought it was going to be a one off, so to be completing the tenth book and seeing so many co-editions published is wonderful. From the outset, I was incredibly fond of the main character Eddie and his quirky anti-heroness. He's short-sighted, a little awkward, a bit naive and quite clumsy; but he's an independent thinker and can be quite fiery, like his dragons. Over the years I feel I have grown to know him and his family pretty well, they are like old friends, it's been a pleasure to draw and re-draw them over the years. 
Andersen have also been brilliant at bringing Josh Lacey and I together for festivals and events in schools and libraries. We've taken lots of long train journeys where we have had many conversations about Eddie and the dragons, many of our conversations have focused on Eddie's mysterious uncle Morton whose appearance is kept hidden until book 10. These chats have helped me gain a real insight into the books and have changed my approach to the artwork I think.
There is also something really special about laying out a series of books in front of you, and seeing all the covers together. I'm very excited about the latest cover and I hope Eddie's adventures continue.
The George series, written by Lucy and Stephen Hawking came to a conclusion this year. This was such a special series, not only because of the authors, but because it really made science more accessible to a wider audience. How was it working with such a technical subject matter? 
The illustrations for the original book were not only under the scrutiny of the creative team at Random House, but also Stephen and Lucy Hawking. If that wasn't daunting enough, the team also included a former research student of Stephen Hawking, Christophe Galfard who was on board to advise us on what was visually possible or not. Both Lucy and Stephen were keen to keep the science as accurate as possible whilst accommodating the fictional elements.
One of the trickiest parts of the first book was establishing a source of light to illuminate the scenes that took place away from earth, because out in space light can be seriously diminished. When it came to drawing two kids standing on a comet hurtling towards a black hole, I had to use a mixture of drawing and digital re-workings of photographs of real space. I have always been interested in space science so I was enthusiastic to tackle the challenges, like rendering the International Space Station and drawing Atlas at the Large Hadron Collider. I really enjoyed doing a lot of reading and watching sci-fi movies as research. 
In the third book, George and the Big Bang, the main challenge was to illustrate the Big Bang Theory backwards! Lucy wanted a simple comic strip, so we produced a graphic novel style sequence, starting with the present day and moving backward to when space and time as we know it began. So now when I boast to school children that I can draw anything for them and some bright child suggests I draw the entire universe I can say... erm, ok, I can give it a try!!
Mollie's Magic Wardrobe written by Adam and Charlotte Guillain was published earlier this year. This was your first proper foray into a sparkly, glittery world. Did you enjoy it? Were there any particular challenges?

I'm always keen to tackle different genres and what I liked about this story was its ramble through the best parts of traditional fairy tales and its twist on familiar characters and places; the wolf and witch in the woods and my favourite from this book, the giant in his castle.
It was also a chance to explore these much loved personalities and an opportunity to develop a more decorative approach. There are lots of flowers, birds, animals, flying teapots and a few unicorns in this book, all set in an unreal landscape of oversized mushrooms, bubbles and sparks of light. Earlier this summer we completed the second Molly title which is set beneath the sea and centred around a shipwreck. It was great to take the decorative and detailed style of the first book and carry it through into fish, coral and seaweed. I'm looking forward to its publication next year.
To discuss Garry's availability for new projects, please click here. 




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Molly's Magic Wardrobe.

The search for the Fairy Star.

Adam & Charlotte Guillain. Illustrated by Garry Parsons.

Published by Egmont.

Join Molly on her first magical adventure as she discovers an enchanted dressing-up wardrobe full of costumes in her granny’s house.

There are so many costumes to choose from in her magic dressing-up wardrobe. Today she’s going to be . . . a fairy!

With a whizz, a pop and a shower of stars, Molly is whisked off to Fairyland!

She arrives in fairyland just in time to help Fairy Flo who has lost her magic wand. There she meets an array of magical creatures including a unicorn, a big grey wolf, a witch and a huge friendly giant. Can she help Flo find her wand?

Every book includes an amazing dressing up set – free fairy wings and wand for every reader! Children can read the book and then join in the dressing-up fun with their very own set of fairy wings and a magic wand.

This rhyming adventure full of magic, featuring favourite fairytale characters, is brought to life with bright, eye-popping artwork from Garry Parsons. Perfect for parents and children to enjoy at bedtime.

There's even a song accompanying the book HERE!



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The Little Hero Company


Illustrated hero characters.

Garry has teamed up with The Little Hero Company to create three new dynamic hero characters for the online branding of London's premier Super Hero activity company for children.  Based in South London The Little Hero Company aims to boost children's physical confidence through hero style activities and Garry's brief was to exemplify that through independent confident characters.

See the hero's cloaks flicker at the company website HERE.

To see more of Garry’s commercial, advertising and editorial illustration visit the Meiklejohn Illustration website here



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Poo! Read all about it.

And snot burps and farts too!


Garry Parsons looks at the tradition of the ‘disgusting’ and ‘gross’ in children’s books and explains why grown-ups shouldn't be 'sniffy' about picture books featuring farts and poo.

Read Garry's blog post on the Picture Book Den Blogspot HERE



We are thrilled to share a behind the scenes look at the making of The Greatest Magician in the World illustrated by Garry Parsons, written by Matt Edmondson and published by Macmillan Children's Books. In this fabulous book, we follow Elliot on his quest to find the greatest magician in the world and join him as he encounters an enchanting cast of magicians. Garry's illustrations perfectly compliment Matt's witty story telling; the book is filled with curiosities and quirks from the magical world as well as seven amazing magic tricks for the reader to learn. We spoke to Garry about his working process, his research into the world of magic and his exciting visit to the mysterious magic circle. 

Can you tell us how you created the characters? 
Working out the characters for this book was like assembling a cast for a film or a play. The hero of the story, Elliot, was fairly easy as he has a resemblance to the author as a young boy, but the various magicians he encounters were more complicated. We wanted to keep them as varied and unique as the tricks they perform. Between them they span three generations, so I looked at magicians from all sorts of eras and genres including circus performers, mystics and mesmerists as well as the illusionists of today. Once I'd gathered all this reference it was a matter of piecing the characters together and arranging their surroundings to complement their nature. 
We always look forward to receiving your sketches, and seeing how the book is developing. How did you go about designing the compositions?

At the start of the project the designer, editor and I all agreed that rather than placing the text on areas of white, we would incorporate the text within the scenes as much as possible. We initially scribbled out a vague plan of how we might do that and went from there. I drew thumbnail sketches for each spread, with a nod to where the blocks of text might sit and then developed them to full size roughs. Each magician has a strong character so that led the composition for each page they were featured on. The story allows for a lot of visual fun and we wanted to exploit that.   
With the inclusion of magic tricks this isn't your standard picture book, how did it differ from others you have worked on?
Because the book is aimed at slightly older readers it gave us scope to be a little more adventurous with the elements we could include, which was great.  As well as the tricks, the book has a sliding pull-up panel on spread one, decorated vignettes throughout and comic book style sequences, borders and digital graphics. My picture book work is almost exclusively hand painted using acrylics but some of the pull out elements, like the backs of the playing cards, I made digitally. It was great to combine all these styles and make them work together.
The pull-out tricks are a wonderful part of the book. Did you enjoy this additional element?
Definitely, yes! Each magician Elliot meets on his journey gives him a magic trick to master, which the reader can learn too. Each trick is housed in a neatly designed envelope or pocket, it was really exciting to have all these extra elements to illustrate. I worked closely with the designer to come up with ways to keep each magician's character running through the items needed for the tricks. So for example, Finn Ayre makes things disappear; his trick is contained in an envelope that pays homage to Magritte's "Empire of Light" painting, with the clouds taking on the forms of the things he'd mistakenly made disappear that day.  Another character Hans Kuff is an escapologist, so we disguised his trick  as a chained and padlocked casket.
Do you have a favourite spread in the book?

I'm particularly fond of the scene inside Cadabra's Magic Shop, which is filled with magicians doing their shopping and has shelves crammed with magical curiosities. At the start of the project I visited Ron MacMillan's International Magic Shop on Clerkenwell Road in London to get some inspiration. It's a wonderful place and the shop in the book is quite similar to the real shop.

To the non-magician the purpose of the equipment on sale is mostly unclear so I tried to keep the items on the shelves odd and mysterious too. However, I found myself being drawn to the more mystical things like phrenology heads and ouija boards. The text only describes the shop as small and busy so I had license to really ramp up the atmosphere, including the magicians and their peculiar stage costumes. 
Did you enjoy working closely with the author, Matt?

Matt and the whole team at Macmillan were great to work with, the project was very fast paced, so we all had to work closely together and really pull things out of the hat, excuse the pun! Matt's enthusiasm for magic is infectious, the first time we met he wowed us all with a magic trick and continued to do so at each meeting after that. This culminated in a trip to the Magic Circle to record the  'How to...' footage, which accompanies the book. Visiting the Magic Circle was a real treat for me, even the sign on the front door gave me a shudder of excitement. Matt and I will be at the Bath Literary Festival this weekend performing tricks together and introducing people to our cast of magicians. I love doing events and live workshops, when you work on your own from your studio it is fantastic to connect with the audience.
What are you working on at the moment?
I've just completed a picture book with authors Adam & Charlotte Guillain for Egmont, which is due for publication next year. This book is set in Fairyland with unicorns and flying cake, which was a fun and challenging departure from dinosaurs and dragons into pink and glitter. But right this minute, I'm immersed in the world of Dino Poop as I'm working on the fifth book in the series.  I'm also enjoying drawing the roughs for another Dragonsitter title by author Josh Lacey, which incredibly, and unashamedly, will be the ninth in the series. I'm thrilled to be working on these books as they get better and better. 
Thank you to Alice Wilkinson & Claire Meiklejohn.
To see Garry's full portfolio at Kids Corner, part of Meiklejohn Illustration, click here. 
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 Animal Alphabets


There's not a great deal of spare time to draw for myself between completing one illustration project and the next and also making sure I'm giving enough attention to my wonderful family and all of the rest of the stuff life brings you, but one drawing project has totally won me over and that is the weekly drawing challenge set by Animal Alphabets on twitter.  Each Monday at 7:30 pm Twitter is engulfed by artists of all abilities submitting to the same animal theme over the course of 26 weeks, enough time to fulfil each letter of the alphabet. This current series is focused on endangered animals and I've been enjoying the combination of drawing and having the chance to showcase the plight of some of the creatures near to extinction on our planet. Check out and join in @animalalphabets on a Monday evening.

 Clockwise from the top; G - Gorilla, E - Echidna, F - (island) Fox, J -Javan Rhino, D - Dugong and H - Hawksbill Turtle.

Here's a link to The WWF.

To see more of Garry’s commercial, advertising and editorial illustration visit the Meiklejohn Illustration website here


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The Tooth Fairy's Royal Visit

Written by Peter Bently. Illustrated by Garry Parsons.

Published by Hodder

The Tooth Fairy has a very special job this evening – the little prince has lost his first tooth! He’s asleep in his bedroom somewhere in the palace. But the palace is so enormous – how will the fairy ever find him? On the way she helps a little old lady to find her missing dentures, and the lady helps the fairy in return. And then it dawns on the fairy that the old lady looks vaguely familiar…

The Tooth Fairy’s Royal Visit is the second book in author Peter Bently's Tooth Fairy series, brilliantly illustrated by Garry Parsons and published by Hodder in March 2017 (hardback) and June 2017 (paperback).

Praise for The Tooth Fairy's Christmas:
'Garry Parsons does the both characters proud with his swirling, atmospheric illustrations.' - Independent
'Lots of fun for young children' - Angels and Urchins



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World Book Day events

The 2017  World Book Day celebrations took me to 11 schools across the country for assemblies, drawing workshops and book fairs. From Windsor to Peterborough, Leicester to Ipswich, London to Southampton and Harpenden. Thank you to all the schools for inviting me to inspire school children to read, write and draw. It was a ton of fun, we did loads of drawing, dressing up and reading and managed to produced dummy book, a wall hanging and a giant dragon drawing for the hallway of Grove Infants.

I teamed up with  awesome authors Gareth P Jones & Josh Lacey in Southampton and Norwood and also Weinay Tang at Kew Bookshop

The brilliant Anne Marley at Authors Aloud organised events in London, Peterborough and Leicester and got me to the right place at the right time immaculately.

I must mention Hannah Mee at Ipswich Prep who pulled out all the stops to create the best World Book Day 'day' I've ever had where every child and teacher was either dressed as a dinosaur or cavemen, decorated the whole school including the school reception and receptionists and who even made a giant dinosaur egg for the middle of the playground. Hannah also organised an evening  with the Ipswich Children’s Book Group where I was invited to talk (and draw) about my work as an illustrator to the parents and children in one of the local school libraries . Dinosaurs galore! 

If you would like Garry to come and talk or do workshops at your school, college, library or book shop, please get in touch! 

Have a look at the VISITS page and email:



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Are You The Pirate Captain?

Written by Gareth P Jones, illustrated by Garry Parsons.

Published by Andersen Press.

Get your land luvin' hands on a copy of this 'ere frothy and foamy pirate jaunt from Gareth P Jones & Garry Parsons. "Are You The Pirate Captain?" First mate Hugh has got the whole crew and the pirate ship ready, but they can't set sail until they find a captain! Come on this salty adventure as Hugh and his scurvy seadogs try to find the perfect pirate for the job. Rather than a peg leg or a hook, it turns out what their captain needs is the brains to lead!

"Are You The Pirate Captain?" even comes with a sing-a-long sea shanty.

"With its jaunty rhyming telling and gigglesome visuals, this swashbuckling tale, complete with sea shanty is likely to appeal to would-be young sea dogs especially those who enjoy a book where things are not quite as they seem." (Red Reading Hub

"The text bounces along in rhyme, swishing readers along to a satisfying end. It just begs to be read aloud!" (Books for Keeps)

"Revel in the rhythm and rhyme of this colourful tale." (Early Years Educator)

Long listed for the Kate Greenaway Award.

Published by Andersen Press. Paper back out this summer.



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George's Secret Key To The Universe. Hard cover collection.

Written by Lucy Hawking & Stephen Hawking, illustrated by Garry Parsons.

Published by Simon & Schuster

A new four book box set of the best selling space series from Lucy & Stephen Hawking featuring Garry Parsons' interior illustrations and character covers is available now in hard cover from  Simon & Schuster.



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Hellman's Mayonnaise.

Advertising campaign UK

Garry Parsons worked with Iris Worldwide to create these fabulous concepts for Hellmann's online campaign. Garry's vibrant, graphic style was combined with photography to illustrate people's thoughts on the much-loved mayonnaise.

To see more of Garry’s commercial, advertising and editorial illustration visit the Meiklejohn Illustration website here



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Paper cuts, Works on paper, Mural.

The Guardian of Nunhead Mural, South London. 

Trained as a fine artist, Garry's creativity also includes a body of work using paper, screen printing and ink drawing. You can see his full range of paper cuts at and other work here.

Garry was recently commissioned for the Cheam Street Mural, Nunhead, South East London by Southwark Council.

The Papercuts also formed part of the Annual Pride Art Exhibition 2011 curated by Michael Petry at the Clifford Chance building in London's Docklands. Eight large papercuts were shown alongside two giant pieces specially made for the exhibition space, “From The Fires Of Burnt Lies” and “The Lower World”.

Prints drawings and papercuts are for sale.



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Bath Children's Literature Festival

Author Gareth P. Jones and illustrator Garry Parsons lead a rip-roaring dinosaur romp for fans of fun stories and big adventure. Come along for games, ventriloquism, ukulele playing and live drawing at The Telegraph Children's Literature Festival this October.









Fundraising Gala Night at the Bath Children's Literature Festival.

This is your chance to own a unique piece of original art by one of the UK’s best and most popular illustrators. Come along on the night to bid on one of several framed pieces of art – each depicting the famous Bath Children’s Literature Red Chair.

Amazing artists including including Chris Riddell (Goth Girl), Ben Cort(Aliens love Underpants), Nick Sharratt (The Story of Tracey Beaker), Korky Paul (Winnie the Witch), Alison Jay (Welcome to the Zoo),Michael Foreman (War Game) and Axel Scheffler (The Gruffalo) have all donated pieces featuring their own, entertaining interpretation of the Festivals’ iconic red storytelling chair.

Help secure the future of the Bath Festivals internationally renowned programme of popular Festivals and be in with a chance of acquiring a piece of artwork to treasure for your family, school or business.

An Online Auction of many more Artworks will be launched on the night including this piece by Garry Parsons!



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James McAvoy reads "The Dinosaur That Pooped A Planet" on CBeebies' 500th Story Time episode.

Watch the Bedtime Story. Available for 28 days.

First shown on 9 June 2015.

James McAvoy takes us on a space adventure with Danny and Dinosaur, but when Danny realises he's forgotten Dino's lunch box, the very hungry dinosaur eats everything in sight, including their only way home - the rocket!


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Imagination Festival,

London Southbank Centre.

Gareth P Jones and Garry Parsons present The Dinosaurs are Having a Party!

The Blue Peter Book of the Year award-winner and multi award-winning illustrator lead a rip-roaring dino romp.

Come along for party games, balloons, ventriloquism, ukulele playing and live drawing. This event lasts 50 minutes. For ages 3 – 6. Level 5 Function Room at The Royal Festival Hall Tuesday 17th February 2015. Book Tickets Now

Part of the Southbank's Imagine Children's Festival 2015


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 The Guardian Online

  How to illustrator 'How to draw...'      series

 Garry Parsons  teaches  how to draw his infamous pooping Dinosaur character

We are sure they will also love to see what a dinoaur looks like when it poops, especially your own version.

Garry Parsons is the  illustrator of The Dinosaur That Pooped series written by Tom Fletcher and Dougie Pointer. The Dinosaur that Pooped ChristmasThe Dinosaur That Pooped a Planet and most recently The Dinosaur That Pooped The Past.

The Guardian "How To Draw…" 

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Illustrated Book Covers

The Fiend Next Door

written by Sheila Lavelle for Puffin.

Puffin asked Garry to illustrate the popular My Best Fiend series written by Sheila Lavelle and first published in 1979. The series tells how a deceptively innocent looking friend named Angela manages to get Charlie Ellis, who narrates these stories, into constant trouble at home and at school.

Puffin. August 2014.

8-12 yrs.

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British Museum illustrated sale stand.

Planarama once again commissioned Garry to create artwork for their in store campaign at the British Museum gift shop. This time Garry illustrated a larger than life Viking to tie in with the formidable ‘Vikings - Life and Legend’ exhibition.

To see more of Garry’s commercial, advertising and editorial illustration visit the Meiklejohn Illustration website here

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Storytellers Inc

Illustration Calendar

Garry Parsons was asked by Storytellers Inc to be part of their annual illustration calendar for 2014 and feature in an illustrator Q + A for the month of April. You can read the blog here  and gain an insight into books that have been inspirational to his work and get a glimpse into the mayhem of his studio. The calendar and blog also features Quentin Blake, David Roberts, Sue Hendra, David Lucas and Jessica Ahlberg as you pass through the months of the year. Inspirational company indeed.

 Storytellers Inc

To see more of Garry’s commercial, advertising and editorial illustration visit the Meiklejohn Illustration website here

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St Albans Museum illustrated sale stand.

 Garry was asked by the wonderfully creative people at PLANarama to illustrate The St Albans Museum gift shop. Garry illustrated a life size Roman Centurian and also created a pair of racing chariots and a colloseum for the Museums donation box. 

To see more of Garry’s commercial, advertising and editorial illustration visit the Meiklejohn Illustration website here


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DR Hoof. Chinese edition. Written by Diana Kimpton Illustrated by Garry Parsons.  I just love this Chinese edition of Dr Hoof published by Foreign Language Teaching & Research Press in China. 

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The Dragonsitter. Illustrated fiction. Written by Josh Lacey, illustrated by Garry Parsons. Published by Andersen Press.'Dear Uncle Morton. You'd better get on a plane right now and come back here. Your dragon has eaten Jemima. Emily loved that rabbit!’


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"Movie Maker"

"Filmwerkstatt" in it's German translation, is shortlisted for the German Children’s Literature Award this year. 

The shortlist will be announced at the Leipzig Book Fair next Thursday. The German Children's Literature Award (Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis) is Germany's only state-sponsored prize for works of fiction. It has been awarded annually since 1956 by a jury of literature specialists and critics in four categories: picture book, children's book, young adult book and non-fiction. The prize announcement and ceremony for all these awards takes place in October at the Frankfurt Book Fair.

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Editorial Illustration. Vintage Circus Performers. Two illustrations from a new series of artworks, evoking memories of the glory days of the Vaudeville spectaculars in America. These and other recent images can been seen in the commercial gallery.

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New book covers for the GRK series written by Josh Lacey, illustrated by Garry Parsons. Published by Andersen Press

Tim and Grk's eighth amazing adventure takes them to the home of pizza, pasta and the leaning tower of Pisa. Here they meet the Duke of Macaroni, a man with a terrible secret which he will do anything to hide.

Grk and the Phoney Macaroni publishes March 2012 from anderson Press.

This is the fourth Grk cover from Garry.

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"There Was a Princess Long Ago"

Digital wordless story illustrations

This is the final image of a wordless picture book retelling the story of Sleeping Beauty. "There Was a Princess Long Ago" has been made for for use digitally through the web and is partnered with a sing-a-long tune for kids to join in with.

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Nuffield Health.

Advertising Campaign

It's been a busy few months but kicking off the 'News'  is a recent project for Nuffield Health featuring four illustrations based on the journey of Route 66.

With an Americana feel, the illustrations will don locker labels, workout logs, posters and T shirts to incentivise gym goers. Bike, run, row or step your way down route 66!

To see other projects, recent work and my inspiration, take the link to my illustration blog.