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Images 28: The Best of British Illustration
Andy Smith's Eating Out (Gold Award winner for Unpublished Work)
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The Images 28 exhibition, featuring more than 220 award-winning works from established and new British illustrators, opens on Wednesday.
Ian Whadcock's Traffic Jam illustrates the benefits of home working
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The exhibition is open at London's Mall Galleries from 18-27 August before touring parts of the UK including Durham, Rhyl, Solihull and Glasgow.
Lasse Skarbovik's book illustration won a Gold Award
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This cover was created by Lasse Skarbovik for Mark Haddon's award-winning book, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Portrait of Jonathan Franzen by Olivier Kugler
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Olivier Kugler designed a portrait of US author Jonathan Franzen, who wrote The Corrections.
Matthew Richardson illustration
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All the images are selected by a jury of illustrators. Sir Peter Blake will present prizes in eight categories including children's books and design/new media.
Foot Prints by Julie Monks
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Julie Monks' Foot Prints is her first picture book as both author and illustrator.
Human Conversion by Henry Obasi
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Henry Obasi says his work is driven by his love for music: "If the music I'm listening to hits me then that translates into my art."
The Wolf and Seven Kids by Sharon Tancredi
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Grimm fairytale The Wolf and Seven Kids was the inspiration for this poster by Sharon Tancredi.

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