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Tag Archives: book design

Special Guest: Victoria Woon

Some months back, we got to know another very cool Singaporean artist who came back from Parsons and we are honoured to feature her as our special guest this month! Introducing Victoria Woon. hidradenitis suppurativa cure Tusitala: Please tell us more about yourself, and how old are you? Victoria: I'm 24 years old. I left…

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Books to Nibble, Smoke and Reflect

This week in design: A selection of unusual book designs across the globe.  A Book Packaged as Classic Lasagna The German design firm Korefe partnered up with Gerstenberg Publishing to release a special edition cookbook that’s edible. It’s the first and only cookbook you can actually read, cook and eat. The recipes have been imprinted on…

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Hyewon Yum

Our friend Tarie, who is a Filipino blogger and children & young adult Asian literature expert recently wrote about “The Twins” Blanket” by Hyewon Yum.В  Its NY Times review says it”s a clever book on sibling rivalry and the struggles the family faces when jealousy causes friction. We love the pretty artwork and the colors…

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Message in a Book

Looking at these creations by Isaac Salazar, i can’t help but be amazed. In his own words: “I first started off doing simple letters, alternating pages for each fold but now I am doing more complex and intricate designs. I use simple math and an exacto knife, along with lots of time. It takes me…

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Interview with Lola’s Illustrator

Beautiful illustrations always help in capturing a child’s attention, and are pretty crucial to truly lovable children’s books. For instance, I can’t imagine reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory without Quentin Blake’s spindly sketches of Charlie and Grandpa Joe. Not to mention reading The Cat in the Hat without…well, the cat. In the hat. Like…

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Interview with Lola's Illustrator

Beautiful illustrations always help in capturing a child’s attention, and are pretty crucial to truly lovable children’s books. For instance, I can’t imagine reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory without Quentin Blake’s spindly sketches of Charlie and Grandpa Joe. Not to mention reading The Cat in the Hat without…well, the cat. In the hat. Like…

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