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Children’s Books

  1. Uijung Kim

    Uijung Kim is freelance designer and illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. Inspired by her travels, love of fashion, friends, food and teaching experience, she aims to make people feel happy through her work.

  2. Leo Espinosa

    Leo Espinosa is a freelance illustrator and designer from Bogotá, Colombia. His illustrations have graced the pages of magazines and children’s books earning recognition from American Illustration, Communication Arts, Pictoplasma, 3×3, and the Society of Illustrators.

  3. Překlep a Škraloup: The book

    Take your eye off something for a moment, and suddenly the new becomes old and devalued. Who is to blame for this? Překlep a Škraloup is a Czech children’s book about the small creatures, living all around us, responsible for the process of ageing.

  4. Owen Davey

    Owen Davey is a freelance illustrator based in Leicester, England. Inspired by mid-century design, he uses a palette of warm, muted colours to create work which is both contemporary and nostalgic. He has worked with clients from across the globe and is behind the Flying Eye best-sellers, Mad About Monkeys and Smart About Sharks.

  5. Alfred Bestall (1892 – 1986)

    Alfred Edmeades Bestall was a British children’s books illustrator. He wrote and illustrated ‘Rupert Bear’ for 30 years and his work is regarded as the definitive incarnation of Rupert.

  6. Céline Deregnaucourt

    Céline Deregnaucourt is a French children’s book illustrator. She has illustrated storybooks and school books, enriching the pages with wide-eyed characters and colourful geometric worlds for them to explore.

  7. Cam Kendell

    Cam Kendell is an illustrator and comic artist based in Orem, Utah. A digital and traditional artist, he became a freelancer after three years of painting miniatures. His absurd fantasy comics fulfil a personal fondness for drawing video game jokes, tentacles, gnomes and long Scraggly beards.