Jui Ishida, born in Taiwan, was raised in Japan. After graduating from the Art Center College of Design, Jui Ishida has had an illustrious career as an accomplished children book illustrator. Her unique style has been praised for its exquisite color and design. The following images are taken from the book, “Good Night Little One: Bedtime Around the World” by Chris Matsuda.
ArtistJui Ishida helps to turn trash into treasure! The 9 foot Whale art piece is made entirely of collected plastic beach trash. Jui created it with 6th & 7th graders from her son’s school. It was on display during the holidays at Gallery EXPO in Long Beach.
Proceeds from the community event went to Jui Ishida’s son’s school and Algalita Marine Research Foundation. Recycling common trash benefits the environment, breathes new life into items destined for the landfill and inspires future artists! Good Job Jui!!!
According to Good Reads, National Geographic Kids Animal Stories: Heartwarming True Tales from the Animal Kingdom, illustrations by Jui Ishida, is a collection that comes along only once in a generation.
Jui Ishida shares her sketch illustrations she created for the book, “The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-create Your World Your Way.” The journey from the original sketch to finished artwork is a long and wonderful path.
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.