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Juraj Martiška

www.martiska.eu

Juraj Martiška

Juraj Martiška was born in 1969 in Ružomberok, Slovakia. After completing his studies at the High School of Art Industry in Kremnica, he studied painting (prof. Ľ. Hološka and prof. J. Berger at the) Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. His versatile works include illustrations and comics for children’s books and colorful oil paintings. The titles he has illustrated in watercolor include a Slovak version of Carlo Collodi’s “Pinocchio” and a recent edition of H. Ch. Andersen’s “Fairy Tales” both published by Petit Press in 2008.

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Kaori Kogashiwa

www.pagoda-house.net

Kaori Kogashiwa

Kaori Kogashiwa was born in 1968 in Saitama, Japan. She is a graphic designer, illustrator, editor and writer for children’s books. Some of the books she designed and illustrated are: “Dōwashū: Shiroi ōmu no mori” (A Collection of Fairy Tales. The Forest of White Parrots) and "Sumire-chan" published by Kaiseisha, "Nihon ikimono zukan” (Animals & Plants of Japan) published by Kodansha, and many others.

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Katka Slaninková

www.asil.sk

Katka Slaninková

Katarína Slaninková was born in 1975 in Bratislava, Slovakia. She studied at High School of Applied Arts in Bratislava (Department of Advertising and Applied Arts) and at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Department of Free Graphic Arts) in Bratislava. Her main interest is in drawings, but she is also interested in painting, book illustration and comics as well as postal stamp design. She has exhibited her works in Japan, Egypt, Serbia, Hungary and Belarus.

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Kiyo Tanaka

www.oyikakanat.com

Kiyo Tanaka

Kyo Tanaka was born in 1972 in Kanagawa, Japan She studied oil painting and printmaking at Tama Art University in Tokyo. After her works were selected at the Illustrators Exhibition (Bologna Children's Book Fair) in 1995 and 1996, she started her career as an picture book illustrator with "Mizutama no Chihuahua" (The Polka-dot Chihuahua, text by Areno Inoue). Her first picture book in which she is also author of the text is "Okiniri" (My Favorite).

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Kiyoko Sakata

nine-seasons.com

Kiyoko Sakata

Kiyoko Sakata was born in 1974 in Hiroshima, Japan. She ingraduated in 1998 in metal craft design at Tama Art University in Tokyo. In 2004, her exlibris works were awarded a special prize at the Japan and Taiwan Exlibris Exchange Exhibition. Her first works in book illustration were selected for the Illustrators Exhibition at the Bologna Children's Book Fair. In 2007 her first picture book, "La bambina di neve. Miracolo infantile." (text by Nathaniel Hawthorne) was published by Topipittori in Italy and then in France by Naïve.

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