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Illustration and book design on Ukrainian children’s book market

In this video Oleg Gryshchenko, Pictoric illustrators club co-founder, curator of the international illustration exhibitions, artist, illustrator, lecturer at the National Academy of Fine Art and Architecture, speaks on Ukrainian children’s’ illustration and book design of the recent years – trends, outstanding features, most prominent creative teams and artists, as well as focuses on the illustration in the times of full-scale Russian war in Ukraine.

List of references:

  • On The Move, Romana Romanyshyn, Andriy Lesiv
  • Reactors Do Not Explode. A Brief History of the Chornobyl Disaster, Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, Stanislav Dvornytskyi, illustrated and design by Seri/graph studio
  • Zhuzha, Grasya Oliyko
  • Maiechka’s Alphabet, Ila Varina, Olha Shtonda
  • My Forced Vacation, Kateryna Yehorushkina, illustrations by Sonia Avdieeva
  • How war changed Rondo, Romana Romanyshyn, Andriy Lesiv ◾️ The children of air raid warnings, Larysa Denysenko, illustrations by Olena London
  • Apples of war, Nadiyka Gerbish, Illustrated by Sophia Tomilenko
  • Silent Night, My Astronaut, Oksana Lushchevska, illustrated by Kateryna Stepanishcheva
  • Letters on the War: Children Write to Soldiers, Oksana Lushchevska, designed by Olena Staranchuk
  • Mriya. Sky Airlines, Zoriana Zhyvka, illustrated by Bohdana Bondar
  • Gerard the Partizan, Ivan Andrusiak, illustrated by Anna Maita
  • The Ghost of Kyiv, Matsuda Hi
  • Battle for the City Volodymyr Chernyshenko, illustrated by Tetiana Kopytova
  • Yellow Butterfly, Oleksandr Shatokhin
  • She Did It
  • Travelbook: Ukraine
  • Independent
  • The story of Ukraine. An anthem of glory and freedom, Olena Kharchenko, Michael Sampson, illustrated by Polina Doroshenko
  • Malevich and you, Oksana Sadovenko Pictoric Illustrators club website with the collection of digital art on the war –