In Illustration 74 we’ll be looking at a goodly mix of artists and designers. Joe Whitlock Blundell explores the enchanting illustrations of Charles van Sandwyk, who interpreted a number of children’s classics such as The Wind in the Willows and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Equally intriguing is the work of Jonathan Gibbs, an illustrator, among many other subjects, of Peaky Blinders. Jonny explains his work as a wood-engraver with a dramatic vision. We have a variety of other artists as well. Jenny Portlock introduces us to Kouki Tsuritani, a Japanese illustrator by turns droll and dream-like, child-like and surreal and we take an unusual detour with Dr Jim O’Brien, who outlines the art of Frank Patterson – an illustrator of bicycling, touring, and landscapes. In complete contrast is the Editor’s report on a little-known designer, Joan Zara Jacobs. Jacobs was an accomplished artist of book-covers, and in this issue of Illustration we get the opportunity to study her life and work. In addition, we have the usual reports, with Kimberley Hall talking about her illustrations along with reviews, and details of current events and exhibitions.