The Jury of the stArt Award 2018 had the joy to see more then 1.000 illustrations made by 68 participants from different nationalities. We’re happy to announce the nominees on alphabetic order: Anastasia Kobylina, Russia Dilyara Samoylova, Russia Djenné Fila, Netherlands Irina Vovk, Russia Johanna Breuch, Germany Katya Klimova, Russia Madelief ter Braak, Netherlands Olga Posukh,
The stArt Award exhibition on show in Warschau (Poland) from 6 tot 29 April 2016.
This illustration is made by Hannah Bone from the UK. She got inspired by the poem written by Lida Dijkstra.
This is the stArt Award team at the International Children's Book Fair in Bologna (Italy) in 2016. They're flying to the moon with the Amazing Adventures of Jules Verne. The small exhibition you see on the wall gives you an impression of the exhibition on show in the Kunsthal Rotterdam. 2016 is a special year:
Loes Sikkes, Graphic designer from the Netherlands, gave a series of Jungle Book masterclasses in Shanghai and Chongqing to 106 art students.
Masterclass given by Jet Manrho in Riga at the Art Academy of Latvia.
There are many things you should think about when you are illustrating. Even if you do not speak Russian, you will get the idea. Don't you?
The very first International stArt Award masterclass was given in Moscow. That was in 2015 organized by the artists Ri Tori & Ilya Donets. Since then the stArt Award has conquered Russia. If you have been following the stArt Award, you know that many many debutants from Russia made artwork for the stArt Award edition