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The London based animation director and illustrator Steve Scott has a marvellous work. He started directing animated promos in the late 90s, creating clips for many bands, including Silverchair, New Zealand’s Salmonella Dub and his own band, Telemetry Orchestra. His … Continue reading
Kokomoo presents the great work of the Chinese artist Yan Wei. Graduated in Graphic Design at Tsing Hua University in Beijing, she worked with illustration, storyboarding, drawing and painting of cartoon characters, and now working as a freelancer. Among her … Continue reading
The Bristol based illustrator Ben Newman makes cheerful illustrations, which he describes as “radically fuzzy felt bauhaus-folk illustration”. His childhood was heavily influenced by superheroes, the Beano and rope swings. By the way, from 15th September to October 14th 2007 … Continue reading
The Spanish illustrator Macus Romero has a charming portfolio illustrations and characters design. Her digital images, watercolours and sketches of girls and cats are lovely. There are many much of her illustrations to appreciate on Flickr and on her blog.
This is one of the three ads created by Ogilvy & Mather India for MPH, which slogan is If children don’t read, they’ll never know. Classic fairy tales available at MPH. The pretty ad illustrations with modern versions of classic … Continue reading
On Tummie-Design you will find the super cute portfolio of Tummie with illustrations, toys and animations, her shop with lovely bags and wallets with monsters (cute monsters I may say), and some very pretty things she made to download, including … Continue reading
The French illustrator Yannick Thomé has an adorable illustration blog. The blog isn’t frequently updated, but the archive with cute illustrations worth a visit. The kids will love the his blog, specially the category Pour les petits with illustration for … Continue reading
A suggestion of blog to subscribe: Gribouillblog, the illustration blog of Marie Margo. The posts, with pretty illustrations and cartoon sequences, about events and quotidian situations, are quite funny. But some French is required.