Shahar Kober – New website
I’m happy to announce my brand new website is up and running, showcasing many new works and other surprises. You’re invited for a visit.
External Link: Shahar Kober – New website
Born in 1979 in Israel, I'm is a graduate of Shenkar College of Design (2005). Co-winner of the Sydney Taylor Honor Book Award, 2009. Since graduation I have been contributing illustrations to most leading Israeli newspapers on regular basis. I also illustrate for magazines, advertisements, and more. I particularly enjoys illustrating for children and I'm now working on three new picture books. I am represented worldwide by Plum Pudding Illustration, UK. Reviews: "Cheerful illustrations depict the sights and scenes of Israel with nostalgia and charm." - School Library Journal "The colorful, expressive pictures by Israeli artist Shahar Kober augment the story and do justice to the ancient land of Israel and its people." - j. The Jewish News Weekly of Northern California "Illustrator Shahar Kober transforms Dan Toren's poem into a magical and convincing love story between two dogs, he also uses the comics arsenal well, including close-ups and long shots, closed and open comics frames". - Haaretz newspaper Partial client list: Yedioth Aharonot Books / Matar Publishing House / McCann-Erickson Israel / Kar-Ben Publishing / Hop! Children's Channel / Yedioth Aharonoth Newspaper / Ha'Ir Newspaper / The Institute for National Strategic Studies / Ha'aretz Newspaper / Maariv newspaper / Simply Her Magazine / Dvir publishing house / Leumi Bank Books: "Engineer Ari and the Rosh-Hashana Ride", by Deborah Bodin-Cohen, Kar-Ben Publishing, 2008. "Mika, Leopoldina and the Wienerschnitzel", by Adi Gabay-Lev, Matar Publishing House, 2008 "The Mystery of the Green Collar" by Orit Raz, Yedioth Books, 2008. "Letters Going to the Sea" by Sami Michael, Dvir Publishing House, 2009. "The Juice Tree" by Yossi Maaravi, Hakibbuzt Hameuchad Publishing, 2010. "Engineer Ari and the Sukkah Express", by Deborah Bodin-Cohen, Kar-Ben Publishing, TBP 2010. "On the Little Bridge", by Eilam Ben-Dror, Matar Publishing House, TBP 2010.