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ILLUSTRATION

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Winghaven, home of the Little Wingsters

WALKIE-TALKIES:
Winghaven, home of the LittleWingsters

 

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Mermaid 16-17

 CHILDREN’S BOOKS:
‘The Mermaid who Came in on The Tide!’ by Lisa Suhay

STYLE: Fotomelt/Squishy Soft

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Illustration: Weather chart (English) classroom materials; early childhood development

CLASSROOM WALL CHARTS:
Weather chart from WallCharts 

Style: Icon

 

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The Thing - illustration for poem

SCHOOLBOOKS:
The Thing

STYLE:Japanese

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thanksgiving-cover
CHILDREN’S BOOKS:
America the Grateful by Lisa Suhay
STYLE: Fotomelt

 

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PG_14_Nkoranteng

CHILDREN’S BOOKS:
Nkoranteng: Boy from Ghana

STYLE: Scribbly/Squishy Hard

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ma_Koffie

Illustration: ‘Ma Koffie’

An unpublished illie, so this is the only place it appears…

STYLE: Scribbly

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little_red_riding_hood

SCHOOLBOOKS:
Little Red Riding Hood

STYLE: Squishy Hard

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Cover for AIDS comic

COMICS & CARTOONS:
HIV/AIDS comic: Linda & Zakes

STYLE: Photorealism

Page from Honeybaby by Helen Brain

CHILDREN’S BOOKS
Page fromHoney Babyby Helen Brain

STYLE: Zen Zany

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Illustration; Pen & colour style: Interior of the Gateway to Robben Island.
ARTIST’S IMPRESSION:
Mandela Gateway

Robben Island Museum, Cape Town

STYLE: Simple Line|

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 Illustration: combined collage & tinted strokes styles; map of Canal Walk/Century City, Cape Town

MAPS:
Canal Walk, Century City, Cape Town

STYLE: Tinted Lines
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GENERAL: Animated GIFs,Caricatures

 Dave Britzius, a technical 3D artist who makes aircraft simulators.

STYLE: Photorealism