Steven Heller has interviewed us!

We are very excited to announce that Steven Heller has interviewed us! We talked about our method of working as a team and our artistic process, training, references. Many Thanks, Steven! Now you can read the article on the official site of The Atlantic American magazine (post March 29, 2012). Steven Heller is the co-chair of the MFA Design program at the School of Visual Arts and co-founder of the MFA Design Criticism program. He writes the "Visuals" column for The New York Times Book Review, "Graphic Content" for T-Style's "The Moment" blog, and The Daily Heller for Print magazine.

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Cover of APPLIED ARTS P&I Awards

We received the new issue of APPLIED ARTS Photography & Illustration Awards Annual in the mail today and were very proud to have our illustration PREGNANT on the cover! The interior of the magazine also features 6 illustrations of our illustrated book: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, Folio Society UK. We wish to thank the jury and all Staff of Applied Arts magazine.

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New cover "My Book of Life by Angel"

We have created the illustration for the cover of the book  "My Book of Life by Angel" by Martine Leavitt for the the Groundwood Books Canadian publisher. Our image has been greatly appreciated by the author. The publisher has received a note from Martine Leavitt saying how much she loves the Canadian edition of Angel  -- "when the Canadian girl looks in my eyes, I find it hard to look away. The artist captured her pain and her innocence and vulnerability. Amazing." They are very beautiful compliments. We would like to thank the author Martine Leavitt and Groundwood Books for this wonderful project.

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3x3 Children's Show No 9 Winners

We are very happy to announce that our children's book TAPIS TAPIS MOI (2012 Editions Sarbacane, France) was selected for a Merit Award by the jury of the 3x3 Children’s Illustration Show. Two winner series (10 illustrations) will be included in the 3x3 Children's Illustration Annual No. 9 due out in the Winter 2013. Entries were up this year with over 1,700 entries from 35 countries. This year’s judges included Yvette Ghione, Editor, Kids Can Press, Canada;Alexandra Penfold, Editor, Paula Wiseman Books, USA; Lucie Papineau, Children's Book

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AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION 31: selected to appear in the annual book

We are very proud to inform you that our artwork "pregnant" (The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood) has been selected by the jury of the AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION 31 competition to appear in the AI 31 annual book. From 8,000 pictures entered by over 1,200 illustrators, the jury selected by a majority vote or better only 439 images to appear in the book and represent the best pictures from 2011. This year’s distinguished jury included Jen Bekman, 20x20; Steven Charny, Rolling Stone; Mia Song, Men's Health; John Gall, Random House; Aviva Michaelov, The New York Times; Veronica Reo, Young & Rubicam; Paul Sahre, O.O.P.S.

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2012 SILVER MEDAL 3x3 ProShow

We are very proud to announce that our 8 pieces of the illustrated book "The handmaid'Tale" by Margaret Atwood, The Folio Society, have been awarded with one SILVER MEDAL by the international jury of the 3x3 ProShow Illustration Annual No.9 (2012) competition.

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Power and Ambition in Shakespeare

Our new illustrated book: Power and Ambition in Shakespeare, Adapted by Jane Elizabeth Cammack, has been published by Black Cat Publishing. We created 15 full-page color illustrations. The title is part of the READING SHAKESPEARE collection. It is a series dedicated to the works of Shakespeare. About the subject: A power-hungry Richard III, a remorseful Macbeth, a revengeful Prince Hamlet, a powerful Julius Caesar, and a ruthless and ambitious King Henry V: various aspects of power and ambition feature in these five stories based on plays by William Shakespeare.

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Our first image for TOR.com

We created an image for Tor.com’s latest fiction, “The Witch of Duva,” by Leigh Bardugo. “There was a time when the woods near Duva ate girls…”. We wish to thank Tor.com, Irene Gallo and Leigh Bardugo, for having chosen us for this fantastic project. Tor.com is  the  site for science fiction, fantasy, and all the things that interest SF and fantasy readers. It presents original short fiction, new sequential art, extensive art galleries, and commentary on science fiction and related subjects by a wide range of writers from all corners of the science fiction and fantasy field; both professionals working in the genres and fans.

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