Illustrator

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Illustrator

A person who makes graphic designs or images. An illustrator's creation may be in a book, magazine, advertisement or in any number of other media. An illustrator is usually distinguished from a photographer. They are important in marketing, as images may affect purchasing habits.
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British Council Deputy Director Mark Crossey praised the efforts of illustrators.
Sarah's campaign highlights the benefits of crediting illustrators for their work.
Leon Lee is a Malaysian-born illustrator and visual development artist based in Los Angeles, CA.
The Illustrator's Exhibition comprises just one element of an exhaustive program of events that includes multiple talks, exhibitions and international award ceremonies.
Penguin Random House's search for under-represented voices includes writers/ illustrators from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic or LGBTQ communities, those who have a disability, or come from a socioeconomically marginalised background.
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SCRF features a platform called 'Horizons' that has been created to enable publishers, illustrators and authors to meet and network, and explore opportunities for cooperation and joint action in the children's book industry.
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Fashion illustration, for these illustrators, is about more than just capturing clothing and the latest trends.
Many other authors and illustrators will also be happy to do so.
Addressing the conference, Marwa Obaid Al Aqroubi, President of the UAEBBY Executive Board, said the project, which launched in 2011 and coorganised by UAEBBY and the Goethe-Institut Gulf Region, seeks to promote Emirati literature, encourage young talented Emirati authors and illustrators, develop children's books and promote reading as a noble habit among children and young adults in the UAE.