Jamie’s most recent work with The Atlantic is now online, a piece sponsored by Charles Schwab about the history and importance of trust in the financial world. You can view 'The Trust Economy' time line on The Atlantic site here.

View Jamie's full portfolio here.



Posted: 4 May 2017

Over the past few months Jamie Jones has been working on some exciting new projects and we are now pleased to announce the release of one of those projects for the Non-Profit Finance Fund or NFF for short. Jamie created a bank of illustrations that are being used throughout the site, illustrating key messages and services. View more here.

View Jamie's full portfolio here.


Posted: 5 April 2017

MP Arts illustrators, Jamie Jones, Yukai Du, Adam Avery and Greygouar were invited to take part in the GuardianLive SEAT event - each illustrator produced a series of bespoke assets that were animated and used as backdrops for various speakers at the event which took place on the 27th Feb.

Posted: 28 February 2017

For the December issue of Esquire Magazine, Jamie Jones produced this retro-inspired illustration, to promote a Christmas event in Covent Garden.

View Jamie's full portfolio here.

Posted: 5 December 2016

Jamie Jones was recently commissioned by The Atlantic to create a series of images for an Advertorial piece called 'The Search for Sanctuary' - focused on Americans who are more anxious than ever. We can blame our digital screens – or we can make them our avenue to finding sanctuary.

You can view the full article here.


Posted: 8 November 2016

Jamie created this illustration for the September issue of The Institutional Investor - view Jamie's full portfolio here.

Posted: 27 October 2016

Jamie Jones collaborated with Supple Studios to create 3 illustrations as part of the rebranding for CEEHE (The Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education) in Australia, which brings together research and practice to investigate key themes of equity, social justice and widening participation in higher education.

You can view more about the project here.



Posted: 23 August 2016

Jamie Jones created this illustration for the Canal & River Trusts latest newsletter - ''How to plan your own geography field trip on our waterways.''

Posted: 21 July 2016

Commissioned by Award-Winning Design Studio, S-T, Jamie Jones created a series of illustrations for HarperCollins’ annual touring event showcasing new books for the year ahead. 

View the work in Jamie's portfolio here.


Posted: 14 June 2016

We have added a selection of new images to Jamie Jones' portfolio. Updates include an illustration on the art of persuasion and how to get a good deal when negotiating, for FSB’s magazine First Voice and a series of personal work titled 'Trophies', part of Jamie's ongoing sports based character drawing.

Posted: 25 April 2016



MP Arts is the sister agency to photographic counterpart Making Pictures. We currently represent 30 leading image-makers, designers and illustrators.

We develop, nurture, and maintain lasting careers for our artists through high production standards, curating quality portfolios, encouraging exceptional artistic and personal projects, and providing a platform through which to identify, direct and facilitate commercial work. MP have a team of 8 industry specialists to guide and manage our artists careers.

We understand the changing face of the visual industry – offering a forward thinking approach combined with an ability to create fully integrated campaigns through new media.

Our aim is to extend our passion and enthusiasm for representation beyond photography, and widen our horizons to new and existing platforms, audiences and clients. The development and creation of our roster has taken time and care - please contact Tim Higgs if you would like to discuss a project or commission one of our illustrators.

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MP Arts is a division of Making Pictures.

For more information on the photographers that we represent, please visit the Making Pictures site and blog.