Artist Jim Kay of Bloomsbury’s “Harry Potter” illustrated editions has announced he is stepping down from the role to focus on his mental health.
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Episode 27 of “Potterversity” explores and analyzes Jim Kay’s illustrated editions of “Harry Potter” and how he’s brought the wizarding world to life.
Jim Kay has brought on friend and fellow artist Neil Packer as a “guest collaborator” for the massive illustrated edition of the fifth book.
Amazon has revealed that the collector’s edition of the illustrated “Order of the Phoenix,” due out on October 11, will be 576 pages.
Did you pick up your copy of “Harry Potter: A Magical Year” with illustrations by Jim Kay? Read our review of this enchanting illustrated gift book.
This enchanting new gift book will feature a moment from the “Harry Potter” series for every day of the year, alongside Jim Kay’s illustrations.
We know that Kay is working on Thestrals and house-elves, but what other scenes, characters, and locations will make appearances in his artwork?
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.