Alfred Schrier recently wrote and illustrated two children’s books and is looking to have them published. The picture books contain roughly 27-34 beautiful illustrations each and exist as prototypes completely designed with all text in place. Contact us if you have interest and Alfred can submit printed laser copies for your review. Here are a few examples of the inside page art.
Phil Wilson is creating numerous illustrations for a new children’s book – as we all know it is always difficult for the author to come up with funding for a self publishing project. In this case the author and another family member came up with a great idea of using kickstarter.com to raise money for the book. They created a fabulous video to explain everything about the book – you can view the video at http://kck.st/RhMhAK
This is the second book in the Busy Bees series – Busy Bees On Broadway – by author M. Maitland DeLand, M.D. and illustrated by Lyn Martin.
Why do bees sing? Why do they dance? Grandma Bee and Bambino Bee embark on an artistic adventure to discover the magic of Bee Broadway. This delightful children’s book introduces young children to the magic of creative expression as the busy bees dance, sing, juggle, and perform in the style of well-known Broadway entertainers. Another exciting book project from our client – Greenleaf Book Group Press.
One of our fun projects for this year was a series of mazes to be used in a Mazes Mats book for Publications International. Geared for children 4 and up, Larry Jones illustrated mazes that were kids placemats for fun on the run! Designed as easy-tear pages, kids could use them as “boredom busters” to take anywhere – in the car, to a restaurant or waiting room – wherever they choose! Here are a few of the mazes that Larry created.
Larry is an extremely versatile artist providing illustrations for all facets of our business. He has created cartoon characters, children’s illustration, mazes, board games, retro art, picturebooks, and editorial work to name a few. His work can be produced both traditional and all digital in Photoshop and Illustrator.
Sally has been providing illustrations for numerous markets – greeting cards, gift wrap, product design, children’s books, and editorial. When working traditionally with acrylics or colored pencil she scans the art and provides Photoshop files. She also creates art entirely in Photoshop and Illustrator.
Liisa creates her illustrations using a combination of ink, designer markers, colored pencils, and airbrush colored glazes. Her whimsical and humorous art can be found in all areas of children’s publishing and educational publishing.