Looking at her joyous illustrations, it’s easy to see why Elīna Brasliņa is a rising star in Latvian book publishing. We talk with her ahead of London Book Fair’s new emphasis on illustration–and the Baltics.
With more than €26,000 in prizes, the Global Illustration award from Frankfurter Buchmesse and the Information Content Industry Association has issued its third-year call for submissions to IlluSalon, with an award ceremony set for Frankfurt on October 10.
Russian illustrator Igor Oleynikov and Japanese author Eiko Kadono have won the 2018 Hans Christian Andersen Award, given by IBBY during the Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
With illustration mentors crossing borders to work with young graphic artists-in-training in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, a new Pop Up Project announced today in London (March 12) celebrates art and internationalism.
In a new series directed by Andy Coyle, illustrator Luke Pearson’s ‘Hilda’ series of graphic novels from Nobrow’s Flying Eye Books is to premiere on Netflix in September.
The Chen Bochui Award honored translator Helen Wang for her work bringing Chinese children’s literature to English-language readers.
The Hay Festival opens its first event dedicated to young readers’ work in Denmark. And in New York, Jon Fine is named publisher at Open Road Integrated Media.
Having drawn more than 10,000 entries in its first outing last year, the Global Illustration Award promotes the importance of publishing’s visual artists.
Both the winning illustrator and author are given more than $600 in books to donate to their local libraries, as well as more than $6,300 in cash.
‘Women are emptied of their personalities’ in Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale.’ Illustrators Elena and Anna Balbusso knew what to do.