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"It's a bit of a tradition in the children's book industry that illustrators often send in post to their publishers with a little something drawn on the front of the envelopes they use." -- i didn't know this. how wonderful! gorgeous envelope by axel sheffler
It's a tradition in the children's book industry that illustrators often send in post to their publishers with a little something drawn on the front of the envelopes they use. This one's from Axel Scheffler.
It's a bit of a tradition in the children's book industry that illustrators often send in post to their publishers with a little something drawn on the front of the envelopes they use. I first became aware of this tradition when I worked at Scholastic and Alison Green, who's published Axel Scheffler's and Julia Donnaldson's picture books over the years, showed me her extensive Axel Scheffler envelope collection. I was indeed wide eye'd with envy. Sue
Fabulous website/blog all about children's book illustration
by Axel Scheffler, a star in the world of children's books
children's book illustration, Nikalas Catlow - Mail Art
Last century, I used to love sending (and receiving) mail art–– heavily illustrated envelopes, postcards, and the occasional odd item–– or doing collaborative projects through the post (each recipient adding something to a piece and then mailing it back for another round). This century I've mostly put the same kind of energy into e-communication, like here. But now I'm off Facebook, I'm starting to mail stuff again. Just regular little things. Handling tangible stuff is such a thrill; I could imagine working up to more adventurous mail again... I'm definitely inspired along those lines by 'Letters to Klaus': A Publisher Shares His Illustrated Correspondence--AMB sent me a link to some of the images. Here's one by children's book illustrator Axel Scheffler that feels fitting for the coming season. This evening Rosh Hashanah starts! A very bookish holiday---as I understand it from the outside, you get ten days to get yourself written up right in the Book of God. That could spark a cool art project...
Illustrated envelopes by Axel Scheffler, Posy Simmonds, David McKee, Tony Ross and more
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