The Folio Society has reissued the 2012 multi award-winning edition of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel The Handmaid’s Tale. This volume contains our seven artwork and our cover design. We are very proud to have illustrated this great book, we are very honored this 2017 re-issue. Thanks again to Margaret Atwood and Folio Society that have chosen us for this wonderful project! Our Fine art prints are available on @INPRNT shop www.inprnt.com Book available on www.foliosociety.com
Nominated in V&A ILLUSTRATION AWARDS
- Saturday, 22 April 2017 08:27
We are so proud and honored to be shortlisted as one of the finalists in the 2017 V&A ILLUSTRATION AWARDS for our work on Twelfth Night, The Folio Society 2016. Thank you so much to the Jury and to The Folio Society! The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) Illustration Awards celebrate the best illustration published over the last year. Original artwork from the best illustrated book, book cover, editorial illustration and student illustrator of the year are recognized.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE 2017 CA 58: Twelfth Night
We submitted the cover and frontispiece illustrations of “Twelfth Night" with the photos of the actual book as a series, we won THE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE COMMUNICATION ARTS ILLUSTRATION ANNUAL 58, Books-series category. Our entries has been selected by the 2017 jury to appear in Illustration Annual 58, the May/June 2017 issue of Communication Arts. We want to thanks the CA jury and The Folio Society for this wonderful project! Since 11 years (2017-2017) we have received 16 Awards of Excellence from Communication Arts Illustration Annual 48-58 . Twelfth Night, or What You Will, a comedy by William Shakespeare, www.foliosociety.com/book/TNG The play centres on the twins Viola and Sebastian, who are separated in a shipwreck.
Balbusso mentioned by the Norman Rockwell Museum USA
The Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, USA) introduced a new illustration history which provides an rich resource for fans, collectors, and scholars. Anna and Elena Balbusso name has been mentioned among the illustrators of The Decade 2010-present (www.illustrationhistory.org section: Time Periods page 2). There is also our illustration, The Witch of Duva (Tor.com). It is a great honor, Thank you so much! The website includes capsule summaries of each period of illustration, starting in the Paleolithic, and going all the way through the 20th century decade by decade. Some of the major names in illustration are featured with bios and sample images. There's also a growing collection of essays which will be written by museum staff and scholars of illustration around the world. The list of resources includes blogs, recommended books, college study programs, and interview videos. Please visit: www.illustrationhistory.org