The beauty of visual storytelling, illustration, in particular, lays in its simplicity and at the same time sophistication: the observer understands the imagery instantly. We caught up with Romanian illustration artist Aitch. Plant elements–bold in color and clear in shape complemented by dark backdrops–are essential to her style which made the perfect aesthetic for our playful Little Gestalten book Easy Peasy–Gardening for Kids.
Did you know that eating apples during Xin Nian (Chinese New Year) is said to bring good wishes for peace, or that a parade is held in honor of Papà del Gnoco in Verona to celebrate Italian Carnevale? Beth Walrond explores food festivities in our latest Little Gestalten book. Read more
From watching Japanese anime in Guangzhou to having his work featured in The New Yorker, Jun Cen's story from comic book fanatic to award-winning illustrator is one of intrigue. We find out more about the artist after he worked on a Little Gestalten favorite. Read more
French illustrator and author Benjamin Flouw invites readers young and old into the world of the great outdoors in Little Gestalten’s The Mystery of the Golden Wonderflower. Read more
Andrea De Santis is a prolific Italian illustrator known for his bold colors and texturally rich visual storytelling. His latest project? Providing the interstellar illustrations for Little Gestalten’s new release Space Kids. Read more