Exclusive Interview

Ipek Konak

Graduated from Animation Department, Anadolu University/Faculty of Fine Arts.
Focused on Concept Art and Visual Development, Illustration mostly. Working as an Art Director/Illustrator recently.

Sandra Conejeros

Sandra Conejeros Fuentes (1983) is a freelance designer and illustrator, from Chile.
She has done illustrations for projects such as magazines, educational material, packaging, manuals, books, cover books, among others.
Among her works highlight projects such as her first book as the author “Busco Encuentro, Cuántos cuento” (Ulla Books) and other projects like book “La Abeja Cristalina” ( Publisher Planeta Sostenible) and the large format illustrations for “Alicia en el país de Biblioniños” (Library Center of Puente Alto, Chile) .
Her work has been exhibited in Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Poland.

Amalia Restrepo

Colombian illustrator Amalia Restrepo studied architecture before coming to the realisation that illustration was her true calling. She has a master’s degree in Illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Amalia especially enjoys illustrating for children. Strong women are a recurring theme throughout her work, as are lush plants and playful animals. Her powerful female protagonists are her flagship for gender equality. She describes her designs as “Simple and fun illustrations that carry messages around the world”

Judith Clay

Judith Clay is a German artist and trained ceramic painter. She holds a degree in comparative literature. She works primarily in ink, pastels, colored pencils, and collages. Her drawings are echoes of her feelings and dreams. With her pictures, she tries to reawaken the magic, emotions, and
freedoms of childhood.

Steven Chmilar

Steven Chmilar was born in Grande Prairie Alberta where he spent most of his childhood on a farm, helping with chores, drawing and building imaginary civilizations in the woods.

Devis Grebu

Devis Grebu is an artist of meaning. Whatever the artistic matter he employs, whatever the form, whatever the means or purpose of his art, Devis Grebu draws and redraws the world – not to highlight its beauty, but the better to contemplate it.