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Editorial Submission :: Sarah Green

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Sarah Green received her degree in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design and currently lives in Brooklyn. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, her bright and playful work is inspired by the children’s books she grew up reading. She enjoys playing with shape and layering, and spends most of her free time drawing lots of dogs. See more of Sarah’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 01/06/15 under artists,editorial submissions
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Dasha Tolstikova: fun, frenetic & just a little silly

Heather Ryerson

Heather Ryerson has worked as a designer and illustrator for the past 8 years. She writes short stories and has a keen interest in book arts and self-publishing. She enjoys reading children's stories, exercising her citizenship, and dancing to jangly '60s rock music. Heather splits her time between Portland, Oregon and London, England and has a fine collection of raincoats.

Find out more about Heather's work on www.heatherryerson.com.

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Dasha Tolstikova

Dasha Tolstikova

Dasha Tolstikova

Dasha Tolstikova

Dasha Tolstikova

Dasha Tolstikova’s lively, frenetic illustrations have a heart-warming naiveté that appeals to children and adults alike. It’s no wonder she seems to have her foxy paws in everything from children’s books to graphic memoirs and editorial pieces for The New Yorker and The New York Times. Tolstikova’s first picture book The Jacket (2014, written by Kirsten Hall) has received a lot of attention recently, including editor’s choice in The Sunday Book Review in The New York Times. Tolstikova earned her MFA (Illustration as Visual Essay) from the School of Visual Arts in 2012. She lives in Brooklyn, NY and is part of the studio collective Brushwick Studio.

Check out Dasha’s portfolio »

 

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 12/19/14 under books,children's art,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Ola Volo

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Editorial Submission :: Ola Volo

Editorial Submission :: Ola Volo

Editorial Submission :: Ola Volo

Editorial Submission :: Ola Volo

Meet Ola Volo, a Canadian illustrator from Kazakhstan with a love of nature and folklore. Ola’s illustrations are a complex, whimsical merger of animals, people, history and nature, executed in traditional and digital mediums. As well as doing commissions for a range of international clients, Ola also tries to find time to do gallery artwork, book projects and murals.
See more of Ola Volo’s work at here.

 

Posted by James on 12/17/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Greg Wilson

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Greg Wilson is an illustrator from the Chicago area who has relocated to Savannah, Georgia to complete his MFA in Illustration. He creates his images with ink and then applies digital color. Above all he loves drawing, collaboration, and visual problem solving and he hopes to work with a variety of clients to fulfill their illustration needs. See more of Greg’s work on his website.

 

 

 

Posted by Natalie on 12/09/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Vanina Starkoff

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Editorial Submission :: Vanina Starkoff

Editorial Submission :: Vanina Starkoff

Editorial Submission :: Vanina Starkoff

Editorial Submission :: Vanina Starkoff

Editorial Submission :: Vanina Starkoff

Vanina Starkoff is a Buenos Aires graphic designer, illustrator and children’s book author with eleven books to his credit. Read more about his art projects with indigenous South American children and see more of his work on his website.

 

Posted by James on 12/03/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Kai Ti Hsu

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Editorial Submission :: Kai Ti Hsu

Editorial Submission :: Kai Ti Hsu

Editorial Submission :: Kai Ti Hsu

Editorial Submission :: Kai Ti Hsu

Editorial Submission :: Kai Ti Hsu

Kai Ti Hsu was born in Taiwan. His editorial illustration emphasizes strong, clear communication, simple composition and a gift for visual metaphor.

You can see more of Kai Ti Hsu’s work on his website.

 

Posted by James on 11/18/14 under editorial submissions
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Yann Kebbi: colorful urban life

Heather Ryerson

Heather Ryerson has worked as a designer and illustrator for the past 8 years. She writes short stories and has a keen interest in book arts and self-publishing. She enjoys reading children's stories, exercising her citizenship, and dancing to jangly '60s rock music. Heather splits her time between Portland, Oregon and London, England and has a fine collection of raincoats.

Find out more about Heather's work on www.heatherryerson.com.

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Yann Kebbi

Yann Kebbi

Yann Kebbi

Yann Kebbi

Yann Kebbi

French illustrator Yann Kebbi is a mixed media artist with a quick, expressive style. His colorful illustrations are busy and full of life. Loose lines and smudges suggest his characters’ dynamic movement as they experience the extremes of human emotion (frustration, panic, joy, mania, apathy) from within his urban landscapes. Kebbi executes extreme care in adding only the necessary to his drawings, adding emphasis in some areas while allowing the viewer’s imagination to fill in others. Yann Kebbi’s editorial illustrations can be found in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and many other credible news publications in North America and Europe. He is represented by Heart Agency in New York and London.

See more of Kebbi’s work in Heart Agency’s portfolio or on Kebbi’s blog.

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 11/13/14 under editorial submissions
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David Roberts: master of endearing offbeat oddballs

Heather Ryerson

Heather Ryerson has worked as a designer and illustrator for the past 8 years. She writes short stories and has a keen interest in book arts and self-publishing. She enjoys reading children's stories, exercising her citizenship, and dancing to jangly '60s rock music. Heather splits her time between Portland, Oregon and London, England and has a fine collection of raincoats.

Find out more about Heather's work on www.heatherryerson.com.

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David Roberts

David Roberts

David Roberts

David Roberts

David Roberts

David Roberts

David Roberts creates eccentric yet endearing characters with his lively illustrations. With more than twenty illustrated books for children published, Roberts—and his charming drawings—keep garnering more and more attention. His latest picture books Iggy Peck, Architect, Rosie Revere, Engineer, and Happy Birthday, Madame Chapeau have made many ‘best of’ lists, including the New York Times bestseller list. He lives and plays in London.

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 11/08/14 under children's art,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Marisa Morea

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Marisa Morea is a freelance illustrator located in Madrid, Spain. She has been freelancing since 2009 after graduating with a MA in Illustration from Eina School in Barcelona.

She loves saturating her work with a good mood, storytelling, playful banters, vibrant colors and a little bit of tenderness. Fun character design and use of textures also adds interest to her images. Her work has been featured internationally in various magazines and ads.

See more of Marisa’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 10/28/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

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Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Gerardo Suzán is an illustrator working professionally since 1985. He focuses mainly on books for young people but his work also appears in advertising, posters, magazines and newspapers. He has won several prizes in Mexico, Japan and USA.

Migration has always been a central topic throughout Gerardo Suzán’s artistic career. The work shown above from one of his children’s books speaks of the importance of self-identity and cultural roots.

Suzán’s formal education includes graphic design at the National School of Visual Arts in México, as well as etching and drawing at the Centro dell’ Incisione with Gigi Pedroli and with Giuliana Consilvio in Milan. He attended the Illustration Seminar organized by the UNESCO and the ACCU (Asian Cultural Center for the UNESCO) taught by Dusan Kallay in Moravany, Slovakia.

You can see more of Gerardo’s work on his website.

 

Posted by James on 10/21/14 under editorial submissions
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