The most distinctive of our current illustrators. Paul Cox was born in London and always knew he wanted to be an illustrator. He studied Illustration at Camberwell School of Art before going onto the Royal College of Art, Kensington where he graduated in 1982. Paul’s work started to be widely used in books and magazines almost at once on both sides of the Atlantic and his work is instantly recognisable in The Daily Telegraph, Country Life, The Spectator, The Sunday Times Magazine, Punch, The Times, Esquire, Blueprint Magazine Esquire and others. This has not stopped him working on several book projects including Jerome K Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat (1989), Tim Heald’s Honourable Estates (1992), Hugh de Selincourt’s The Cricket Match (1993) and Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows as well as others in the pipeline.