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Coco Cushion

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You will receive a A FAUX Suede Cushion with cushion insert included. Image printed on one side, edge to edge. Padded filling and zip fastening. Beige coloured suede backing. Beige coloured suede backing. 30cm x 30cm (12 inches) £30 or 45cm x 45cm (18? × 18? approx.) £40, depending on which option you chose.

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Denise Gallagher’s Depiction of Pinocchio

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Denise Gallagher was commissioned to create an illustration of Pinocchio based on the original Italian fairy tale by Carlo Collodi. The novel, “The Adventures of Pinocchio” is dark and tumultuous with many twists and turns. Denise used imagery from the tale to create an illustration that captures the spirit of this whimsical yet grim story.

External Link: Denise Gallagher’s Depiction of Pinocchio

Illustration is Freedom and Happiness

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“Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness” quote by unknown possibly Frank Tyger. For me illustration is what I do and it does make me happy. I created this for a creative environment design or music studio possibly a workshop and its available from my etsy store.

I created this illustration with my mixed media approach which begins with a sketch or thumbnail, traditional pen and ink, then painted, drawn or found textures are all scanned and the drawing is finished digitally.

This is an *Giclée Print, created using the original illustration and professionally printed onto A4 or 8.3 x11.7 inch 310 gsm, acid free paper to ensure the best quality.

Freedom and Happiness
© Naomi C Robinson all rights reserved

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Diversity in Children’s Books via Kickstarter!

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Flamingo Rampant is a kickstarter that aims to promote children’s books that are LGBT-representative, racially and ethnically diverse, and gender independent. I did a cover for one of their books, M is for Mustache, and you can see the cover and read an article about their project on Kickstarter! See the link!

External Link: Diversity in Children’s Books via Kickstarter!

The Boy Who Fell Into A Book – Literacy Project

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The Stephen Joseph Theatre’s Outreach Department recently launched an educational literacy project to accompany a new summer musical production of Alan Ackybourn’s play “The Boy Who Fell Into a Book”. For the project I accompanied Diana from the Outreach department on a number of workshops in Brompton and Snainton primary schools, working with the children to develop characters, settings and stories based on the themes of the play. The children worked the characters, etc into performances of their own, and I created illustrations based on what they came up with.

As a starting point I made a couple of sample characters/settings based on suggestions from Diana, then it was up to the children. They came up with monsters, robots, deadly chickens, giant cucumbers, poisonous injections, psycho killers, booby traps and much, much more. This was my first time working on this kind of project and it was a great deal of fun, very inspirational and something I’d hope to do again in the future.

External Link: The Boy Who Fell Into A Book – Literacy Project