Check out Merrill Rainey‘s radical illustration for the July/August issue of Humpty Dumpty Magazine.
Rob McClurkan created illustrations to accompany Patricia Lakin’s book The Colorful Story of Comics (History of Fun Stuff).
The book is for beginning readers and explains the history of comics, graphic novels, manga and more.
The book is set to release on September 27th and can be pre-ordered here.
Jim Paillot was commissioned by the National Wildlife Federation to create artwork for Ranger Rick Magazine, a kids magazine filled with animal facts, games and other fun activities.
Jim’s illustration was used for a hilarious “Camping Riddles” spread that featured kid-friendly riddles.
Merrill Rainey won Highlights for Children’s Pewter Plate Illustrator of the Month award for the comic, “Freddy’s Superpower” in the month of June.
The comic was created alongside Linda Kao.
Merrill is most known for his brand character work for both Jack and Jill and Humpty Dumpty magazines. His client list also includes other industry names like Capstone Publishing, Highlights, Ladybug magazine, Learning A-Z, McGraw-Hill Education, Scholastic, and Razorbill. He is currently illustrating his first middle-grade chapter book series titled Blobby Blossom. This series will be published by Razorbill an imprint of Penguin Random House.
Greg Hardin utilized Kickstarter to fund and publish his first self-initiated children’s book titled, When I Grow Up, I Want to be Jayhawk.
The book is officially licensed by The University of Kansas and is about an enthusiastic young Jay who has big dreams of becoming a Kansas Jayhawk. It’s a lighthearted rhyming celebration of the history and traditions of The University of Kansas, it offers an exciting preview of college life, and it also celebrates the value of higher education.
Did you know that sharks can detect electrical currents from other creatures? Or that some are covered in little tassels Sharks are pretty incredible — some can even walk out of the water!
Owen Davey returns to non-fiction with Smart about Sharks to explain the mysteries of those denizens of the deep. The book aims to educate young readers about the thrilling residents of the sea.
Owen fills the book with exciting & detailed illustrations to educate young readers about these thrilling residents of the sea.
John Haslam teamed up with writer, Steve Parker, to create artwork for the children’s book, A Journey Through the Human Body.
The book aims to educate children about how the human body works and John’s illustrations remind the children reader of the beautiful diversity found in human features.