The pandemic made us all rethink how we work, or learn. Many of us found that we can still achieve by doing things differently. Authors and illustrators who relied on school and library visits had to adjust too, just like the places which relied on them visiting and performing in person. In the end, we… Continue reading Live Virtual events
I came across Officina do Cego, run by a group of crafts and art people in Lisbon, thanks to Kristine Martinova. She introduced us to the president of the Association, Nuno Ramos, who explained how they teach and make work using screen and letterpress printing. They make their own books, so also teach bookbinding. Walking into… Continue reading Old is new again
Early in 2020, Scoop Magazine asked if was interested in illustrating some stories in a comic strip style. I have secretly wanted to do something like this for quite some time so jumped at the chance. Furthermore, the strips were to be activist or historical, which is a space that I follow regularly. In fact, many… Continue reading Scoop Magazine
[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] Astro Girl has just won an award- a science award. While I have been fairly consistent through the years I haven’t won many awards. That isn’t my aim, so perhaps that’s why it has turned out that way. It always seemed way too obscure to come up with an award-winning idea. Sometimes just… Continue reading She’s a Winner!
Where’s Lenny and Lenny and Wilbur are two new books coming out this August. They will be available at all cool bookstores in the UK. They are already in US bookstores.
Designs for a campaign telling people in Zimbabwe about the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The social media campaign has three phases. It began with simple messages in line with government instructions, followed by messages with more explanation and ending with suggestions about life after the virus. We made short videos featuring children and young people asking… Continue reading Covid-19 messages