Category: Children’s Books
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    Apr 2013

    Erwin Madrid

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    Erwin Madrid was born in the Philippines and grew up in California, USA. His talents were spotted very early on by Dreamworks, who hired him during his last semester at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. He worked on a lot of the Shrek franchise, as well as the Madagascar sequel. He also creates some beautiful children’s book illustrations and has illustrated a comic book titled ‘Ananke’, which looks incredible.

    Erwin Madrid has inspired me a lot in my own work, so I hope he can do the same for you.

  2. 18

    Apr 2013

    Aurélie Neyret

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    Aurélie Neyret is a French freelance illustrator. Working across mediums from children’s books and magazines to trading cards. A couple years ago I treated myself to an original sketch via her Etsy shop. It arrived in brown envelope with an inked, and lightly pencilled, doodle on it. Inside was a thank you note with yet another cute doodle. Finally reaching the sketch, an energeticic pencil drawing of three girls, with yet another treat on the reverse! It is quite possibly one of my smartest and cherished purchases. Find more of Neyret’s work on her blog.

  3. 17

    Apr 2013

    Todd Harris

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    Todd Harris has created a lot of artwork for the gaming industry and is the talented illustrator behind the hilarious ‘Heroes Guide to…’ books. You have to admire his super-rich colours, fun-filled fantasy characters and his great compositions. His backgrounds are almost dream-like. Find more stuff of dreams on his blog.

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    Apr 2013

    Óscar T. Pérez

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    Presenting the very beautiful work of Spainish illustrator Óscar T. Pérez. Illustrator of numerous children’s books, his first was in 2009, titled The Great Orchestra of Animals. Pérez regularly illustrates for newspapers—in particular Spanish newspaper ABC—advertising and animation. You can see more of his amazing work on his blog, or watch some of his animation on his YouTube Channel.

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