4-year-old helps artist mum complete her illustrations

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Wednesday 9 October 2013

Illustrator, graphic artist and mom Mica Angela Hendricks decided to collaborate with her four-year-old daughter one day and let her enhance her artwork by drawing the bodies for the faces that Hendricks illustrates. ‘She was insistent and confident that she would of course improve any illustration I might have done. … And the thing is, […]

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Strange Things: a children’s book by Bethany Kemp

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By Cat Madeira in New Illustration on Tuesday 30 July 2013

Bethany Kemp is a design student, beauty blogger and illustrator. For her final project, she designed, illustrated and wrote a children’s book, Strange Things, which aims to reduce littering and careless waste disposal by educating the younger generation about the effects of discarded rubbish on the environment and its wildlife. The book captures a child’s sense […]

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Jenni Desmond

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By Francis Andrews in New Illustration on Friday 15 May 2009

Timelessness is surely one of the most sought-after characteristics that any artist, writer or musician can aim for in their work. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that what felt good a generation ago still holds true to this day; perhaps even better to know that what made one tick as a child still draws […]

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Emily Golden

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By Kate Barnett in New Illustration on Monday 7 April 2008

The splash page that precedes the illustration work on the website of freelance illustrator Emily Golden is absolutely compelling.

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