Category Archive: Illustrator Sketchpad

Illustrator’s Sketchpad: Meet Maria Madonna Davidoff, Children’s Book Artist

It is our pleasure to share Maria Madonna Davidoff’s work here in BehindtheBooks for our Illustrator’s Sketchpad. Madonna, originally from the Philippines, is now based in New York, and this is her story. How long have you been illustrating books for children? Could you share with us your journey towards this particular genre in literature? …

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Illustrator Sketchpad: Jomike Tejido’s Banig (Hand-woven Mat) Artwork

We are very privileged to have with us a multi-award-winning illustrator and author of Filipino children’s books, Mr. Jomike Tejido. Thank you so much, Jomike, for taking time out from your busy schedule to answer a few of our questions. Do share with us how your collaboration with Noel Cabangon came about? What were your …

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Blog Tour of Lily Renee – Interview Wednesday: Conversation with Anne Timmons and mo oh

We are truly privileged to be part of the blog tour of Lily Renee, Escape Artist: From Holocaust Survivor to Comic Book Pioneer.

Interview Wednesday: Creative Journeys of Paolo Fabregas

Last week, we posted the First of our 2-part Feature on Paolo Fabregas where we had a Q & A with him about his recently published Graphic Novel: Filipino Heroes League. This time around, we shall be discussing more about his Creative Journeys and his pathways to becoming the graphic novelist that he is now. …

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Narrative of a Book Artist: Suzy Lee

Suzy Lee, our Book Artist for March-April. Click on the image to be taken to the websource.

Thank you very much Suzy for agreeing to be both our Author/Illustrator for our Bimonthly theme: “When Words are not Enough – A Wordless PictureBook Special” this March-April 2011. Truth be told, when Mary saw your website and I noted that you are now based here in Singapore, we knew that you were the perfect …

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A Colin Thompson Special

The first book I read that was illustrated (and written) by Colin Thompsonwas The Last Alchemist which transformed me into a veritable fan. If writers/illustrators were rockstars and had groupies, I shall consider myself a groupie indeed. Over and above his being a prolific writer, he is an even more inspired illustrator. Here are some of his …

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