World Illustration Awards: 2016 New Talent Children’s Books Category Winner’s award-winning project is published by Thames & Hudson

Ami Shin won the New Talent Children’s Books Category of the World Illustration Awards 2016 with her project ‘Mice in the City’. This has been turned into a London edition and a New York edition, both published by Thames & Hudson in the autumn.

Ami is an award-winning illustrator based in Ulsan, South Korea. She is a graduate of Cambridge School of Art. Ami’s project ‘Mice in the City’ is a book for children aged 4+ combining intricate illustrations with rhymes and a quirky take on famous landmarks.

Are you an emerging illustrator? Enter your work into any category as a New Talent entrant, and you could be in with a chance of being in the World Illustration Awards catalogue, exhibition and be seen by commissioners world wide.

The deadline to enter the World Illustration Awards is 6 February 2018.


12th January 2018

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