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Illustrator Saturday - Amanda Moeckel

Amanda Moeckel makes art for children’s books, editorial publications, and peoples’ walls. She lives in New York City, but grew up in rural Massachusetts.  In 2015, she graduated from the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay program at School of Visual Arts, and a video trailer for her thesis project can be viewed… 2,854 more words


Illustator Saturday - Laura Hughes

Laura Hughes is the illustrator of Daddy’s Sandwich, written by Pip Jones (Faber&Faber), and River Rose and The Magical Lullaby, written by Grammy award winner Kelly Clarkson (HarperCollins US) 3,031 more words

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Illustrator Saturday - David Szalay

After 20 successful years in visual communications my career opportunities offered a new chapter and I began teaching design courses. This was the ideal time to revisit my first passion, illustration. 2,129 more words


Illustrator Saturday - Kim Gatto

Kim Gatto is an artist at heart and has loved creating since she was a child. As a child she usually opted to give family members and friends handmade creations such as paintings, crafts and jewelry. 3,260 more words


Illustrator Saturday - Rachel Dougherty

Rachel Dougherty is a Philadelphia-based illustrator, children’s author, and lifelong knowledge-hunter.  She works in acrylic paint, ink, and pencil smudges, using humor and color to inspire curious young minds. 2,376 more words


Illustrator Saturday - Kelsey Garrity-Riley

Kelsey Griffin-Riley is an illustrator living and working in Brooklyn, New York. I grew up in Germany and Belgium before moving to the US to pursue my love of art at the Savannah College of Art and Design where I graduated from in 2010.  1,901 more words


Illustrator Saturday - Giles Laroche

Giles has partnered with author and poet David Harrison for his most recent book; NOW YOU SEE THEM NOW YOU DON’T: POEMS ABOUT CREATURES THAT HIDE and is in the process of creating more cut-paper illustrations for another book with David called A PLACE TO START A FAMILY: POEMS ABOUT CREATURES THAT BUILD. 2,280 more words

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