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Kevin Waldron
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advertising

advertising animation characters posters product

colour

yellow

corporate

annual report business decisions financial

design

conceptual lettering maps pattern toys

editorial

editorial health

publishing

adult fiction book covers book jackets childrens books publishing

subject

animals birds boats body buildings cars children christmas cityscapes crowds dreams eyes faces family food & drink halloween horror insects interiors landmark landscape love men music nature people places portrait relationships seascape skies sport tattoo theatre tourism transport travel trees water weather

techniques / style

50's 60's anthrpomorphic architectural caricature cartoon collage digital doodle hand drawn hand made handwriting humourous isometric line loose mixed media outline painterly pencil photocopy photographic retro
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Biography

Kevin Waldron was born & raised in Dublin. After graduating with a degree in graphic design from D.I.T., he moved to London to study for an MA in Illustration at Kingston University. Having decided here that children’s book illustration was for him, Kevin found a studio in central London & got to work.
 
His first book, Mr Peek and the Misunderstanding at the Zoo (Templar Publishing), won the Bologna Ragazzi Opera Prima Award in 2009. He illustrated Tiny Little Fly (Walker Books), a witty book of rhyme by Michael Rosen which which won the Bull-Bransom Award in 2011. That same year he was also named one of the booktrust best new illustrators. The next installment in the Mr Peek series is out in 2013. Kevin now lives in New York. 

Client list:

Walker Books
Templar Publishing
Simon & Schuster
Seven Stories National Centre for Children's Books
The Guardian
The Independent
Tesco
The Hype Machine
Pomme d'Api
Hackney Learning Trust
the small print
Children's Book Ireland

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