This goat family & I, wish you a warm, loving Christmas & a beautiful new year!
Autumn time, perfect time for pumkins. Great time for Benji & the 24 pound banana squash - Marco e la zucca gigante - Benji & de giga grote pompoen
New book about professions. The publisher wrapped it as a gift!
It’s coming! a little board book about a sweet but moody little llama. Will be released in December 2018.
Happy with these framed polar bears. I did not draw this. It is drawn by Mark Janssen. A talented Dutch illustrator.
A little book for little gardeners. I had to work with some already existing photos and created new settings with the illustrated elements.
I don’t know these kids … But, they are reading in Benji & the giant kite!!
I made the illustrations for this ‘Pictoplanner’ -Plan the day with pictures!- for little ones who like to have an idea what the plans are for the day / week. More information and how to purchase a pictoplanner at ivyoliver.nl
Got to read to a lot of kids at the book store, and the kids made some beautiful orange kites.
It has been so busy these last months. Posting new things on my blog wasn't first priority ;-)
So this is "old news" but I wanted to show it anyway. Beautiful book and I was quite exited about the book presentation. My illustration soooo big on multiple screens ...
More info about this project here
A few months ago I illustrated a book about a bear and a rabbit for Parragon Books. Finally I can share the cover illustration. The book will be available in april 2018. Soon more!
So much rain in the Netherlands this winter. While the raindrops fall on my roof I think of the beach, sun, wind and kites ... Just finished the illustrations. Benji & the giant kite is going to be released somewhere in 2018.
Feeling a bit festive because my newest book is released! Only available in Dutch.
'De Voorleesboot' The story boat. It's my second book with authors Marianne Busser & Ron Schröder. I'll post more illustrations soon!
In Dutch and in English! For little gardeners.
With all his might Benji puts some seeds into the earth. Eagerly he follows the progress of growing. He lays in the sun beside his banana squash. He smells it, touches it, and puts sticks in the ground to measure how big it gets. A simple story that opens up children's eyes to one of nature's smallest and at the same time biggest wonders. Written by Alan C. Fox. Clavis books