As part of its Best of 2014 series, art directors from the Opinion pages of the New York Times have selected its best illustration for 2014.
A very happy New Year to you all!
An image is worth a thousand words. But who lies behind the image? An illustrator, naturally.
Check out the fascinating documentary by Marco Bassi and Andrea Chirichelli, with four talented and inspirational Italian illustrators: Emiliano Ponzi, Olimpia Zagnoli, Alessandro Gottardo, and Francesco Poroli.
Judith Carnaby from Illustrators Illustrated has been selected as one of the 20 participants for 180 Creative Camp in Abrantes, Portugal.
Illustrators Illustrated is so happy to be collabortating with London based Look / Book – a wonderful website reporting on the art of children’s books.
A nice slide show from The Guardian about the challenges in translating books. Lucky the Illustrations convey so much!
An invaluable resource for public domain images, The Public Domain Review showcases some gems.
Look/Book has a written a wonderful piece on Amrita Das’ debut children’s book Hope is a Girl Selling Fruit, published by Tara Books.