Kio Global

Last month we advertised for an illustrator for Kio Global's first original children's book. With great delight, may I introduce Amber Cooper-Davies, a collage artist and member of the Drawn Chorus Collective. Amber cuts and layers various types of paper to make vibrant and dynamic illustrations.

Here's Amber's stop-motion animation of Rudyard Kipling's tale, How the Whale Got Its Throat. Stay tuned to see Amber's illustrations in Kio's forthcoming picture book, The Wedding Week.

 

 

 

Written by Chimaechi Ochei — September 12, 2014

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