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Illustrator of the Week: Joel Stewart

Joel Stewart writes about technique & software
joel-stewart.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/apple-pencil.html

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It's Respect Your Cat Day (who knew?)

And in honor of the day I'm posting this link to cat illustrations by Andy Warhol:
http://www.hauspanther.com/2013/02/15/the-colorful-cats-of-andy-warhol/



MTA Art: Sketches

Illustrator of the Week

website: Isabelle Malenfant




The Youngest Marcher: The Story of Audrey Faye Hendricks

Leather Shoe Charlie

"In a small village in England," Charlie's grandfather, a cobbler, made Charlie a pair of leather shoes. "The shoes were well made and comfortable, and Charlie was proud of them." 

When Charlie and his brother were young boys, they moved with their parents to work in a city textile factory. 

Gyeong-hwa Kim tells the story of Britain's Industrial Revolution, with its polluted air, and harsh working conditions for children and adults alike. It is also a story of a sacrifice that Charlie is willing to make for his sick mother.

Illustrated by Anna and Elena Balbusso, the book has a handsome cubist/constructivist style reminiscent of Marc Chagall

With a map of the global economy and a timeline of events, Leather Shoe Charlie works as both a picture book and a history book, with present-day relevance.



PAPERBACK; Published: 2/18/2017ISBN: 978-0-8028-5473-536 PagesTrim Size, in inches: 10.5" x 9"Ages 6-10
illustration jpeg from theispot.com

Thank you to Eerdma…