Commissioner: Season's magazine
Date of publication / release: 30.11.2017
Ekaterina illustrated a recent article for Russian magazine Seasons about creative workshops and co-working spaces.
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Good welcomes George Doutsiopoulos to the team! Based in Thessaloniki, Greece, George has been drawing ever since he could hold a pencil. His talent has already attracted the likes of Neil Gaiman who asked him to illustrate one of the twelve short stories in ‘A Calendar of Tales’.

A full time freelance illustrator, George has worked with a variety of international publishing houses, magazines and advertising agencies. With incredible character design skills, George enjoys illustrating children’s books, editorial features, video games and apps.
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Commissioner: Parragon
Date of publication / release: 22.11.2017
Nothing quite beats cuddling up with mum for a good bedtime story! Alessandra's delightful artwork features in 'The Little Brother and the Little Sister' and 'Love is Really Big', part of 'A Treasury to Read with Mummy', available now from Parragon.
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Good Illustration / Lea Vervoort / Self-promotion
Lea's Santa is sporting a very festive beard this year!
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Commissioner: Season's magazine
Date of publication / release: 22.11.2017
Super cute spot illustrations by Ekaterina for Russian magazine 'Seasons' to accompany an article on how to get school children into a good routine.
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Commissioner: I Like It magazine
Date of publication / release: 22.11.2017
Elisa designed this fab Christmas-themed cover and illustrated an inside feature for the December issue of Italian magazine, I Like IT.
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Commissioner: Oxford University Press
Date of publication / release: 30.11.2016

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of working with Oxford University Press in the U.K. on their All About Us progam – a six-level primary course for the mainstream segment of Spanish schools. They asked me to illustrate “The Water Well”, a cute story about kids taking initiative, showing compassion and using ingenuity to find a way to raise the water level in a dry well and help some thirsty animals. It features a cute baby hedgehog and a baby meerkat, so what’s not to love? 

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Commissioner: Headu (Italian educational game and puzzle publisher)
Date of publication / release: 30.11.2016

Turn, turn, turn…. Now that the seasons are changing yet again, and we’re getting out the winter boots and mittens, it’s a treat to revisit this fun assignment from earlier this year, for Headu, Italian producer of educational games and puzzles. The brief was really open and straightforward: create a round puzzle, divided into four quadrants, showing the changing of the seasons in the same spot year round, with the same characters.


What was tricky was that each quadrant is a different shape, so I had to make the scene work compositionally and be recognizably the same scene, in four different wedge shapes. Once I got that worked out, it was super fun to add all the cute little animal characters and details. As is often the case, I provided the file in many many layers so the client could pull out little details for the individual game cards. Not sure how the game component of this works, since the online description is in Italian, which I do not parlare. Looks like fun, though!

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Commissioner: Usborne
Date of publication / release: 01.10.2017

This brilliantly colourful ‘look and find’ book is teeming with jungle life! With bold and beautiful scenes to pore over and talk about as well as fun activities such as counting crafty crocodiles, spotting an adorable slipper-wearing sloth and matching pompous toucans’ beaks - what more could you wish for! Gareth Lucas has once again created an absolute show-stopper for Usborne, who loved his gorgeous work for this book so much that at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair their stand was transformed into a magical jungle festooned with Gareth’s fantastic creatures! So what are you waiting for - swing by and get your copy today!

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Commissioner: Emme Publishing
Date of publication / release: 01.10.2017

Taking a well-loved tale and making it your own is no mean feat, but we think the fabulous Barbara Bongini has done just that with her sublime technicolour illustrations for the Italian publishing house Emme’s new illustrated and abridged version of ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’! Aimed at a slightly younger target audience than previous editions, Barbara says of working with Emme for the first time:


“This publishing house is one of the most renowned in Italy for the quality of its publications. I was given the freedom to express my creativity with this project and was pleased with the confidence they had in me! I was inspired by the old movie with Judy Garland for the atmosphere and colours: using grey for the representation of the ‘real’ world and super-coloured hues for Wonderful Oz! The most fun thing in the book is the brightness of the colours that make Oz a truly magical world. I hope this book will be able to convey this joy to those who read it - this is my greatest desire.”


The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is out now!

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