Brasileiro competes for award from UK Illustrators Association

Brasileiro competes for award from UK Illustrators Association

Carlo Giovanni of Rio Grande do Sul produced the cover of The Animal Revolution, published by Adipro’s Violetura label. The task competes with 14 other international productions. The winner will be known on 10/12.

Created in 1973, the Association of Illustrators (AOI) has become the professional body for illustrators in the UK and brings together over 2,700 members.

Since 2002, the organization has annually organized the World Illustration Awards (WIA), which recognize the works of illustrators from around the world in several categories, including book covers, books, children’s publications and commercial publications.

According to AOI general director Ren Renwick, the idea behind the award is to “provide a platform to discover exciting new illustrators”.

This week, the jury announced the finalists for the 2021 edition of the prize and there is a Brazilian competition in the book cover category: Carlo Giovanni of Rio Grande do Sul, responsible for the cover of the edition. animal revolution Published by ViaLeitura Seal, by Adipro.

To create the illustration, Carlo created a collage of papers, created a three-dimensional effect, and finished it digitally. The book competes with 14 other works in this category.

The jury for the book cover category is constituted by Livia Satriano (Italy), founder of Libri Belly; Mark Campbell (Australia), Creative Director and Publisher at HarperCollins, and Alison Impey (USA) Senior Art Director at Penguin Random House.

All works selected at this stage of the award will be part of the WIA Catalog and Exhibition of 2021 works.

The big winner in each category will be announced on October 12, among other special prizes.

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