Guy Laramee’s carved books have a great sense of place and atmosphere - this one even feels like it has a history, like the very books it is sculpted from.
Kate Baylay’s exquisite illustrations feature sinister subject matter executed with a masterful use of line and colour. She draws inspiration from sources such as Russian fairy tales, early 20th century literature and Roald Dahl. Her work manages to be enchanting and dark simultaneously, which is all the more impressive considering she only graduated a short few months ago.
Louise Hubbard’s lino prints are excellent - this dramatic image was one of a series created for the novel “Dissolution”.
Sara Mulvanny is a London-based illustrator who creates impressive book covers such as this lovely one.