Hi! I am Eléonore Pelluau a Character Designer and Illustrator from Paris, France. I majored in 3D Animation at LISSA Paris. After college I worked on different projects, illustration for book, character design and the creation of a graphic bible as part of the development of an original series on animation.
Hi! My name is María García Borrego, although you can find me as Black Ramu on social media. I’m an illustrator from Seville, Spain, who hasn’t stopped drawing until turned illustration into her job. For that reason I studied Graphic Design and then worked for almost four years as a 2D Animator at Genera Games until I decided to study Concept Art at Escola Joso in Barcelona.
Since then, I’ve been working as an illustrator for children and teenage books and I’ve made illustrations for magazines and board games. Also I’ve been working as a character designer for publishing and animation projects. Among my clients are Bloomsbury Publishing, Letrario and RBA and now with Amesgile.
Monika is a psychology student whose heart was stolen by illustration. She has been interested in photography and cinema since she was little, but she loves to delve into the world of colours, textures and brushes, charming animals and various products of her imagination. She likes to think that some of her works emanate warmth and peace, and it is what she wants to share with other people.
Nathalia Rivera is a Dominican illustrator from a small southern town, San Juan de la Maguana. She is a graduate of Creativity and Advertising Management at the Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo and is currently dedicated to children’s illustration and publishing. From her small studio in Santo Domingo, she tells stories with images illustrating children’s stories, comics and editorial art. In addition to illustrating for clients, she also manages her own brand of stationery products, printed art, among other crafts. She enjoys painting with gouache and watercolour.
Maite is a teacher by profession but lives through drawing. She is also an illustrator.
She has a degree in Fine Arts and a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education and Baccalaureate. She has also taken several courses related to Art Therapy and Gestalt.
For years she has been involved in education for creativity, offering workshops to groups of women and children in schools and cultural centres.
She has also worked as an organiser and educator of creative camps. She is currently a secondary school teacher.
Although she creates different types of illustrations, her pencil portraits are the basis of her work, mixing traditional and digital techniques.
Women, nature and cultural diversity are the main themes and she has created the exhibition Lurretikan together with the bertsolari Amaia Iturriotz.
Bojana Stojanovic is an award winning illustrator currently living in Belgrade, Serbia. She found her calling in children’s publishing and has illustrated numerous books for young readers. Bojana’s art is inspired by nature and the animal kingdom. She loves to draw adorable creatures that are able to tell a story at first glance. She also loves experimenting in traditional and digital media to develop her art even further.