In this episode, it’s a trifecta of guests! Caldecott Honor Book winners Molly Idle and Juana Martinez-Neal, and bestselling author Julie Fogliano.
Browsing: Illustrator Interviews
STAND UP! is an online auction of original artwork. 100 artists have each contributed a piece on the theme, STAND UP.
Carin Berger, The Pen and Ink Brigade’s fearless leader, and Salina Alko, the expert of extras, discuss the art show, how The Pen and Ink Brigade came to be, and what this pink community means to them.
Rendered in a combination of traditional and digital color, Mary Had a Little Lizard is a silly, satisfying celebration of new experiences and friendships that can never be broken.
Shawn Harris is an artist and musician who lives and works in Morongo Valley, California. This is his first book.
In the case of the hilarious LADY PANCAKE AND SIR FRENCH TOAST picture books, Josh Funk is from the US and Brendan Kearney is from the UK. After already collaborating on 2 books together, this is the first time they have talked to each other about their processes and inner thoughts.
For Soldier Song (by Debbie Levy), on top of a lot of visual research on the Civil War, I wanted to create a silkscreen and woodblock print effect for the entire eighty pages of the book.
When he is not writing and illustrating, Thomas Docherty spends much of his time visiting schools and libraries to meet his readers and help them create their own stories.
Mike Wohnoutka illustrated This is NOT a Cat. He has previously teamed up with David LaRochelle on the book Moo! (Bloomsbury), which was awarded ALA Notable Book, a Junior Library Guild Selection, a CBC Blue Ribbon Book, and several state awards.
Go inside the art studio of Amy Young, author and illustrator of A Unicorn Named Sparkle.