Category: Children’s Books
  1. 14

    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.

  2. 4

    Apr 2013

    Daisuke ‘Dice’ Tsutsumi

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    I can’t get over the amazing lighting and mark-making by Dice Tsutsumi. Born in Tokyo, he moved to New York in 1993. He has had a remarkable career so far, particularly in the animation industry. At Blue Sky Studios, he worked as a visual development and colour key artist for ‘Ice Age’, ‘Robots’ and ‘Horton Hears a Who’. He later moved on to Pixar as an art director, giving him the chance to work on ‘Toy Story 3’. Dice has also had a children’s book published, titled ‘I can Hear’. Last but not least, I will mention his work on ‘Sketchtravel’ and ‘Totoro Forest Project’, two excellent projects that Dice has helped organise. To see more from this creative dynamo, visit his fantastic blog.

  3. 28

    Mar 2013

    Ovi Nedelcu

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    Ovi Nedelcu is an illustrator and visual development artist living in Portland, Oregon. His clients include Laika, Disney, Sony, Hasbro and Simon & Schuster. You can view a lot of work on his blog, and don’t forget to check out ‘The Bible Storybook’, a modern children’s book adaptation of the Old Testament online.

  4. 27

    Mar 2013

    Hugues Mahoas

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    Hugues Mahoas is from France and works in the animation industry, with his background art standing out as a real strength along with his character design. I love the eerie quality in his work, and he has a special talent for picking colour combinations that are unusually brilliant. Visit his blog for more.

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