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12 JANUARY 2013

GOOD Worldwide: 25 Female Designers and Illustrators We Love

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2011 • Aimee Gauthier • Alanna MacGowan • Amanda Buck • Anne Ulku • Beth Hoeckel • Brianna Harden • designerdesigning women • Domitille Collardey • Elsa Lang • embroidery design • Emily Maude • Erin Fuller • female designer • female designers • female duo • freelance designerfreelance illustratorfreelancer • GOOD Worldwide LLC • graphic designerhand-drawnhand-generated illustrations • hand-generated typography • hand-illustrated • illustration work • illustrators • Jennifer Daniel • Jessica Hische • Jessica Walsh • Julia Wertz • Kate Beaton • Kate Bingaman Burt • learn in design • Lisa Hanawalt • Lotta Nieminen • makers of things • Maria Janosko • Maricar Manalo • Maricor Manalo • Meg Lewis • Meredith Gran • Nicole Lavelle • Roxanne Daner • Sarah Glidden • Sarah Kissell • Susan Murphy • Tuesday Bassen • Tyler Lang • Valerie Jar • women designerswomen in art and design

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Simon Perkins
06 MARCH 2012

Sketchbook blog of illustrator and cartoonist Jillian Tamaki

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ack to the future • blogcartoonistcreative industries practitionercreative practicedesigning womendiagramdrawingfemale designerfreelance illustratorgraphic representation • graphic story • illustratorinfographics • Jillian Tamaki • Jillian Tamaki Sketchblog • Parsons The New School for Designposterreflective journalsketchblogsketchbook • sketchbook blog • the year ahead • timelinevisual communicationwomen illustratorswomen in art and design

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Simon Perkins
06 NOVEMBER 2011

Love in a Very Cold Climate: The Observer/Cape Graphic Short Story Prize 2011 winner

"For Isabel Greenberg, the winner of this year's Observer/ Jonathan Cape/Comica graphic short story prize, it is a case of third time lucky. 'I'd entered twice before,' she says. 'And once, I'd been a runner-up. But to win is such a nice thing. I'm so happy about it. Everyone tells you when you leave art school that it is going to be hard, but you never really know quite how hard until you're out there. It can be a bit depressing.' How will she spend her 1,000 prize money? 'I'm not sure. I should do something really sensible, like buy myself a copy of Photoshop.' She laughs. 'Or maybe 500 bottles of Winsor & Newton ink.'

Greenberg, who is 23, graduated from the University of Brighton, where she studied illustration, last year. She is now working as a freelance illustrator, and trying to finish her first graphic novel. Her winning entry, Love in a Very Cold Climate, tells the story of a marriage - only this couple, a south pole dweller and a north pole dweller, will never be able to touch one another, surrounded as they are by a magnetic force field. It's beautifully drawn, of course, from first to last frame, but it's also exquisitely written. In particular, the judges admired the way Greenberg handles time, somehow capturing a shared lifetime in just four pages."

(Rachel Cooke, 6 November 2011)

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Simon Perkins
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