25 Nov 2019
Anh is an illustrator originally from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. After coming to the UK to study, she found her passion in drawing and decided to pursue her dream in art. She now works and lives in London, as an illustrator and visual development artist.
Anh loves to experiment with different colours and textures in her work. She is inspired by different cultures, landscapes and fairytale stories from places she has visited. She brings these inspirations into her paintings to create whimsical, vibrant, fantastical worlds.
Over the past two years, Anh has worked on many animation and children book projects, and has recently been featured in a BBC Bitesize careers video in 2019.
22 Nov 2019
Stefano Tambellini new work
Stefano’s portfolio has been updated with some new work – please check it out!
Stefano Tambellini was born in a small town in Tuscany (Italy). In 2009 he graduated in Traditional Hand-Drawn Animation at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Torino and then moved to London, where he lived for 5 years, starting to work as a freelance illustrator. He lives with a grey cat called Mandragola and he’s also a stop-motion puppet maker and filmmaker. In 2005 he co-founded with his sister Alice the animation label SenzaTesta.
In his work he particularly loves to deal with monsters, strange stories, science fiction, old classics, weird creatures, mystery tales and atmospheric fantasy. He works both with traditional pen & ink and digital techniques as he always puts the utmost attention in creating a unique visual atmosphere, searching the right graphic approach that can really enhance the reader’s immersion into the story.
21 Nov 2019
Aviel Basil -Ladybird
Aviel has recently created these lovely illustrations for the treasury, Ladybird Tales of Super Heroes.
Aviel graduated from Shenkar college of design in Tel-Aviv with a Bachelor’s degree in graphic design. He currently works and lives in Tel-Aviv.
Since graduating in 2011, Aviel has illustrated more then a dozen children’s books, which have been published in Israel. He won a Silver medal of the Israel Museum award for children’s book illustration in 2012, for his first book.
He has also illustrated for magazines, advertisement and worked on character and background designs for various apps and animations.
His style is inspired by 50’s illustration and he loves to use a bright and colorful palette. Aviel was recently shortlisted for the World Illustration Award 2019.