We know that Kay is working on Thestrals and house-elves, but what other scenes, characters, and locations will make appearances in his artwork?
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Kay is known for his foreshadowing, references to culture and history, and other fun details that reveal his thoughtful method.
Learn the Ways of the Wizarding World with “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” on Google Arts & Culture
Google, art, history, and magic collide for the experience of a lifetime.
The theme parks don’t have it all; there are a number of small wizarding businesses I wish I could visit for some holiday shopping.
Just as the words on the pages of each “Harry Potter” book enchant millions around the world, so too does illustrator Jim Kay’s art.
Jim Kay has done it again with his latest illustrated edition in the series, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”. To celebrate, we are giving away ten limited-edition posters from the infamous dragon challenge scene. Enter today!
Recently, illustrator Jim Kay discussed how he illustrated Harry’s magical world and where his inspirations came from. Find out more about what he said.
At this point, a new installment of the “Harry Potter” series illustrated by Jim Kay needs no introduction. In our review, we hit some of the highlights of the most recent addition, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.
Jim Kay’s striking depictions and hidden treasures deserve recognition. It’s time to dissect the details in “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”.