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  • Prepare to Be Scared: Halloween Reads to Haunt Your Dreams

    Are you ready to be drawn deep into the underworld, meet horrifying fiends and scare yourself senseless? This Halloween we’re calling out some of the most feared and foul legends of the night; characters that will creep into your subconscious and disrupt your dreams. Read on to discover which demonic individuals are lurking in the darkness.

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  • Illustrating Shakespeare

    Neil Packer illustrated Shakespeare’s The Complete Plays for the new Folio limited edition, published to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the First Folio. In this fascinating blog, Packer selects three of his favourite illustrations and reveals how he transformed his ideas to the page.

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  • Philip Pullman on illustrating his own story

    The Folio edition of The Northern Lights (or The Golden Compass in the US and Canada) includes illustrations drawn by the brilliant Philip Pullman. In this blog, Pullman explains for Folio readers how he created these incredible black-and-white images, and the inspiration behind them.

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  • Illustrating The Innocents Abroad

    Award-winning illustrator James Albon captured the eccentricities of Mark Twain’s The Innocents Abroad with a series of stylish colour and black-and-white lino-cuts. Here, Albon shares his artistic process and how he approached this exciting project.

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  • An interview with Shreya Gupta

    When the chance came to work on Jhumpa Lahiri's Pulitzer Prize-winning Interpreter of Maladies, illustrator Shreya Gupta didn't have to be asked twice. In our latest blog, we spoke to Gupta about her process, what inspires her and how she undertook this exciting commission.

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