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Barbara Reid

The Canadian illustrator and author Barbara Reid has marvellous work of clay illustrations. She is an award-winning illustrator whose work ranges from children’s books to commercial advertising. For me it was clay, but she explains the material used is plasticine. … Continue reading

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Miguel Covarrubias

The Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias was famous for his remarkable caricaturists to the American magazines New Yorker and Vanity Fair. He was also painter, Illustrator, author, educator, anthropologist and known for his analysis of pre-Colombian art of Mesoamerica, particularly that … Continue reading

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Eldon Dedini’s Satyrs and Nymphs

Eldon Dedini was an American cartoonist best known for his works to magazines as The New Yorker, Esquire and Playboy. But early in his career, he was an editorial cartoonist for local newspapers, and a story man for Walt Disney. … Continue reading

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May Ann Licudine

I can’t imagine a better way to start a boring Monday than exploring the works of artists I didn’t know. The marvellous illustrations by May Ann Licudine perfectly fit on my wishes. This talented artist from Philippines works with visual … Continue reading

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Alberto Montt

The Chilean artist Alberto Montt has talent, intelligence and sense of humour. His daily blog has beautiful humorous cartoons. But, to fully enjoy part of his fantastic work, you must know a bit of Spanish. More of his illustrations at … Continue reading

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John Held Jr.

The American illustrator John Held Jr. is most known his several works for cover of magazines like Judge, College Humor and Life. In addition to his archetypical flapper illustrations, during the same time Held also did cartoons in a 19th … Continue reading

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Thomas Meldgaard

TinyPilot presents the portfolio of Thomas Meldgaard: artist, teacher and librarian. The works of this Danish artist are adorable: a great use of colours with a pretty nice style. Many of his illustrations could easily illustrated any children’s book. He … Continue reading

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Enoch Bolles

Pin-ups are always pretty and give a much better look to this blog. That’s why I needed to post new illustrations of lovely girls. After several posts of George Petty & Alberto Vargas it was time to post about the … Continue reading

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Cozy Tomato / Koji Tomoto

Koji Tomoto, aka Cozy Tomato, is a very talented Japanese artist. He makes beautiful colourful works for books, magazines, editorial, advertising, publishing and he creates characters too. His illustrations are full of cuteness and happiness, it’s impossible to resist to … Continue reading

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Jenny Lloyd

It’s always a pleasure discover new illustrators, specially when they have a beautiful portfolio as Jenny Lloyd. has. She makes illustrations to children’s books, book covers, advertising, poster design and editorial. (via LCSV4) Jenny has an interesting and varied portfolio … Continue reading

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