Jannie Ho created these fun illustrations for Emirates Airlines Animals magazine, an in-flight magazine for children filled with puzzles and games.
The New Ocean: The Fate of Life in a Changing Sea is a recently published book by Bryn Barnard. In the book, Bryn uses his surreal looking paintings in an attempt to address climate change. He focuses on six sea creatures and uses them to highlight how the children readers can take action to mitigate global warming.
Bryn describes the book as “a hard look at an uncomfortable topic in language that children can understand.”
Jannie Ho collaborated with publisher Nosy Crow on her recent release from the Violet Rose children’s book series. The book, Violet Rose and the Summer Campout, features activities, paper crafts, and stickers to make for a fun summer activity book.
Ingvard the Terrible (Sean Ashby) created an illustration of a teacher and two students playing with blocks for the article, What Good Preschool Looks Like: Snapshots From 4 States, featured on NPR’s website.
The article gives examples of what it takes to get preschool right.
Brian Allen created these concept illustrations of a steampunk family of adventurers for an educational publisher called Bogard Press. The character designs will be used to illustrate their educational materials and lessons. Each year the team uses a different theme and concept to tie their lessons together.
“I really enjoyed the whole process, from developing the characters in sketches, to coloring and rendering the final versions. I tried to add a bit of style to the characters to keep them from becoming generic. I especially enjoyed creating the robot character.”
Louise Gardner worked with Delta Publishing to create over 200 illustrations for a new learning book titled, Say Hello. Say Hello is a two-level kindergarten eEnglish course for four to five year-olds, written by Judy West. You can check out more information on the educational book here.