The Editorial selection from this year’s Illustration Annual contains work from Jane Laurie, Seb Jarnot and Dan Stafford

Illustrator: Jane Laurie
Title of work: Raven
Entry no. 17

Commissioned by Proof magazine. janelaurie.com

Illustrator: Mark Ward, Mark Ward Studio
Title of work: Stussy City Mascots T-shirts
Entry no. 45

Illustration and concept: Mark Ward. markwardstudio.com

Illustrator: Seb Jarnot
Title of work: Portraits
Entry no. 18

Portraits for JFK Magazine, Le Monde and Ernst & Young Magazine. sebjarnot.com. Agent: Unit CMA, unit.nl

Illustrator: Dan Stafford
Title of work: Infographics
Entry no. 111

Illustration for CR article on infographics.
dan-stafford.com. Agent: Unit CMA, unit.nl

Illustrator: Martin O’Neill, Cut It Out
Title of work: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
Entry no. 44

Cover, frontice piece and eight internal full page illustrations for a Folio Society edition
of neurologist Oliver Sacks’ book of case histories. cutitout.co.uk. Agent: Debut Art, debutart.com

Entered by: Matt Beaven, Sunday Publishing
Illustrator: Dermot Flynn
Title of work:
The Art of Working Together II
Entry no. 28

Illustrator: Dermot Flynn. Agent: Dutch Uncle, dutchuncle.co.uk.
Commissioned by Sunday Publishing for estate agents Strutt & Parker. sundaypublishing.com

Illustrator: Matt Murphy, Black Coffee Project
Title of work: GQ Tech Column
Entry no. 13

Art Direction by Warren Jackson.

Illustrator: Garry Milne
Title of work: Each Day Apart
Entry no. 99

T-shirt design for Dephect Clothing/ Boxbird. garrymilne.co.uk, boxbird.co.uk
Agent: RareKind, rarekindlondon.com

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