Much of his work was imbued with a sense of the end, so it is fitting to look back at three of his best works to mark the illustrator’s passing
The condition challenges the centuries-old idea that all great artists are able to envision what they’re drawing.
Born Christmas day, 1909, Mary Shepard greatly helped shape the image of Mary Poppins that carries through to today.
A researcher who explored 500 picture books created by authors or illustrators living in Canada suggests books that are extraordinary in both text and illustration.
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Far from alarmist, images of the coronavirus seem to communicate patience and trust in science – both of which will be needed in the coming weeks and months.
A series of recent comics are trying to shift the narrative about refugees.
Later animations have told the tale of Peter Rabbit and friends, but none have reflected the power of the original.
Tongue-ties are used in Australian horse racing but are banned in most other horse sports.