Polish artists and publishers Franciszka and Stefan Themerson turned their hands to an eclectic variety of media, including children’s books, in their constant search for new ideas.
Amy Novesky’s nuanced text paired with Isabelle Arsenault’s rich illustrations are an effective way of introducing children to the distinct visual vocabulary of Louise Bourgeois.
Publisher and children’s book author Rachel Williams describes the inspiration behind ground-breaking imprint Wide Eyed Editions, whose non-fiction books are as visually enriching as they are informative.
The Enchanted Page exhibition at London Print Studio is an immersive exhibition that invites children and adults alike to experience the enchantment of contemporary children’s book illustration.
Dedicated entirely to books for children, the South London Gallery Children’s Book Fair celebrates the enjoyment of reading. It offers visitors the chance to discover new books from some of the UK’s most innovative independent children’s publishers.
Kristjana S Williams and Jenny Broom’s exquisitely produced book about the natural world is radical in its approach to non-fiction, using a highly coded design that help readers navigate and remember new information.
Since Victorian times pop-ups and paper engineering in children’s books have held the ability to provoke a sense of wonder and astonishment in readers of all ages. These contemporary examples are no exception.
Reconnect is a crowd-funding campaign raising money for the UN’s agency for refugees initiated by neuroscientist Marta Moita, illustrator Madalena Matoso and fellow Portuguese creatives.