In an effort to keep individuals educated on common childhood illnesses (i.e. food allergies) and discover how to stay healthy, Das Grüp Illustrator Terence Gaylor partnered with author Tolya Thompson to create two new health based picture books for A Smarties Book™ series.
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Travel posters created by Christian Musselman will leave you longing for days of adventure and leaving your daily routine far behind. His work features beautiful illustrations of the far east; both Morocco and China. Here the viewer gets a glimpse through a window into another life and culture!
The March 2015 issue of Highlights High Five magazine features Taia Morley’s newest work. Highlights Magazine has been in publication since 1946 and has been on Taia’s bucket list of dream assignments. The piece illustrates the poem titled “Ask the Wind” by Cynthia Porter. The art was composed in Photoshop using a variety of scanning and compositing techniques.
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Over the years, Das Grüp artist’s have illustrated some of the best known icons in advertising; including the Kool-Aid Man, Pillsbury Doughboy, Barbie, and the Keebler Elves to name a few!
Jui Ishida paints beautifully lavish illustrations interpreting the poems and lullabies. Being an accomplished children book illustrator, Jui’s paintings capture the imagination and creativity of the lullabies.