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Thursday, 29 October 2015 12:26


Rob has over 15 years experience in a variety of styles as an illustrator, designer and cartoonist, specializing in traditional as well as digital media, such as Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Illustrator CS6, Corel Painter, Coreldraw 16 and Artrage Pro 3.

He is involved in the illustration of readers & educational books for children & adults, for publishers such as Oxford Universality Press, MacMillan Publishers, Pearson Publishers and more. Cartooning to advertising, gaming and fantasy character conception to editorial artwork ... it is all supplied to the client's briefing demands.

Thursday, 29 October 2015 09:32


Marko is an illustrator based in Cape Town, and works with clients involved in the educational and e-learning sectors.
He works predominantly in digital media such as Corel Draw, PhotoPAINT and Articulate, although he still loves traditional media such as pen & ink and watercolour, and sculpture. He also sculpts in clay, resin, metal and wood.

He draws inspiration from LEGO, TED Talks and comic books, and when he is not bashing away at his keyboard, he likes to hit the hills on his mountain bike.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 11:54


I completed my degree in Fine Arts at the University of Pretoria in 2006, after which I worked in the creative industry before pursuing further studies.

I recently completed a Master of Philosophy degree in Illustration, at the University of Stellenbosch.

My work predominantly consists of mixed media. I enjoy working with expressive line work, texture and collage elements.

Clients for illustrative work include MacMillan Publishers and Happy Artworks among others.

Thursday, 22 October 2015 11:14


Annelie always knew that she wanted to make a living through art. Privileged to grow up in Stellenbosch, she took art lessons from early childhood. She matriculated at Bloemhof Girl’s high with distinctions in her 2 art subjects. She then obtained a BA Fine Arts degree at US with a distinction in her main subject painting. After a gap year of travelling in Europe and studying their rich art culture, she came back to Stellenbosch to study book illustration. She got her Honours degree (Cum Laude) in Book illustration in 1996.

Since then Annelie has earned a living by illustrating books, being a fine artist and teaching art.

She’s been commissioned by Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, LAPA Publishers, Benedic Books, Eulitz, Human and Rousseau, JP van der Walt, Perscor, Kagiso, Heinemann, Marumo, MaskewMillerLongman, Macmillan, Resolution, Vivlia, Learners’ Unit, Shuter and Shooter, Van Schaick Publishers and National Education Department to do illustrations mostly for school and children’s books but also for poetry and other material.

In 2002 she was short listed for the Vivian Wilkes Award for best South African Illustrator of children’s books.

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 09:34


Im a fashion graduate from Cape Town.

Im particularly interested in line and detail. I enjoy doing fashion illustrations, specification sheets, fashion technical drawings and would love to illustrate my own childrens picture book. I draw inspiration from Pop Art, Comic Books, Fantasy Fiction and my little nieces and nephews picture books.