Katherina Manolessou grew up in Greece but moved to London to become an animator and illustrator. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, she is an established screen printer, a creator of artist's books and limited edition prints as well as an up-and-coming illustrator. She has worked with Ted Baker and the Guardian and is part of the East London art/design scene. She published her debut picture book Zoom Zoom Zoom in 2014, which was shortlisted for the AOI Illustration Awards 2014 and selected for exhibition at the Bologna Book Fair 2014. She is also the illustrator of T-Veg and Senior Lecturer at Cambridge School of Art, for the prestigious MA course in Children's Illustration. Katherina lives in south London with her husband and two children, who continually inspire her work.
@stephens_helen Thank you Helen x
by @kmanolessou - 2 days ago
Rough spread for Look for Ladybird https://t.co/WBhWnVFMpe
by @kmanolessou - 3 days ago
RT @GameTOILET: This was INTENSE but great fun ! and x1000 preferable to a stint on the cake stall - grand work @kmanolessou ! - https://t.…
by @kmanolessou - 4 days ago
RT @stephen_collins: Aspiring cartoonists/illustrators. LISTEN. 7 years ago I entered this and it changed my life. YOU ARE BETTER THAN YOU…
by @kmanolessou - 8 days ago
RT @KBsGameTOILET: *Visit the Fairlawn Primary School Animal Portrait booth this Sat* operated tag-team style by me & @kmanolessou - till t…
KatherinaManolessouIllustration - 2 days ago
KatherinaManolessouIllustration - 3 days ago
Moving around an early rough drawing for Look for Ladybird 🐞
KatherinaManolessouIllustration - 12 days ago
Apple tree with green parakeets - and other creatures. Detail from a screenprint that was originally commissioned by Ted Baker and the AOI and is now printed as a wrapping paper by Ustudio design.
KatherinaManolessouIllustration - 15 days ago
This is the cover of my next book, out in two months (and one day)
KatherinaManolessouIllustration - 20 days ago
A big thank you to the children and grown ups who came to Frank this morning! It was great to see all your drawings!
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