Popular illustration Instagram account @IllustrationArtists, which highlights great illustrators around the world, recently posted an interview and impressive collection of ILP alumna Lisk Feng's work. Check out the images and interview on their Instagram!
Valeria's work is currently on view at the Susquehanna Art Museum in Harrisburg, PA as a part of the group show "Después de la Frontera / After the Border." The website describes the exhibit as such: "Después de la Frontera / After the Border is a bilingual group exhibition that honors the stories of recent unaccompanied immigrant youth, families, and young adults who fled their homes in Central America. While providing cultural and historical context of the countries involved, the exhibition explores the complexities involved in crossing the border, challenges of integrating into a new environment, and what youth and families envision their futures to be. This exhibition is a testimony to the inner strength, resilience, and resourcefulness of these youth and families. Después de la Frontera / After the Border sheds light on their uncertainties and hopes that accompany their dreams of beginning a new life in the United States."
You can read more about the exhibit and surrounding events on the website, and see the show yourself until December 4th!
Described on the website as "an exhibition that highlights the versatility of illustration and reveals to us the many ways we are linked with nature," Sara has brought together five artists to create this exhibit (one of which is Sarah Jacoby, another ILP alumna!).
Off to Be the Wizard by Scott Meyers and illustrated by ILP alumna Liz Pulido is available for purchase as a Kindle in Motion book, one of the first of this new format of books for Kindle Fire. Kindle in Motion books include art, animation, or video features that can be viewed on certain Fire tablets and the free Kindle app for iOS and Android. Congrats, Liz!