BIB Illustrators Gallery 2017
The International Centre for the Picture Book in Society and IBBY UK selected illustrators for the Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava (BIB) 2017. Here we celebrate their work and achievements and thank them for their contribution.
All illustrations on the IBBY UK website are from our selected illustrators for the Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava (BIB) 2017. You can find credits for their illustrations and see more of their work in our Illustrator Gallery.
Nicholas Stevenson is an illustrator living in North London.read more
Victoria Turnbull studied at the Cambridge School of Art and graduated with a MA in Children’s Book Illustration.read more
Neal is an award winning illustrator and author of children’s books.read more
Katherina Manolessou grew up in Greece but moved to London to become an animator and illustrator.read more
William Grill is a London based illustrator whose main interest lies in narrative illustration and publishing.read more
Emily Hughes was born in Hawaii, USA but lives and works in the United Kingdom.read more
Alexis Deacon graduated from the University of Brighton in 2001, where he studied Illustration.read more
Yuval Zommer graduated from London’s Royal College of Art with an MA in Illustration. After working as a creative director at many leading advertising agencies, his passion for picture books won out and he is now the author and illustrator of several highly acclaimed children’s books.read more
Maisie Paradise Shearring is an author and illustrator from Hull in the North of England. She studied her BA in Illustration at Edinburgh College of Art and followed with an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art.read more
Mehrdokht Amini is an Iranian-British children’s book illustrator living in England. She graduated with a degree in Graphic Design from Tehran University and has worked as an illustrator for both educational and mainstream publishers ever since.read more
Jackie Morris is a British writer and illustrator. She was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2016. Her illustration of The Lost Words was recognised by UK booksellers who voted it the most beautiful in 2016.read more
Jane Ray began her career designing greetings cards, book jackets and posters. Gradually however she moved towards children’s book illustration, specialising in fairy tales, mythology and folk tales, which she finds endlessly fascinating.read more
Christopher Corr was born in London and studied at The Royal College of Art. His round-the-world travels provide much inspiration for his work.read more
Daisy Hirst is from London and lives in Herefordshire. She studied Children’s Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art, completing her MA in 2013.read more
Harriet Russell studied illustration at Glasgow School of Art and Central Saint Martins in London where she completed her MA in 2001.read more
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