Sara Fanelli Online Interview - 26 March 2004
Posted by: Association of Illustrators
Date added: Mon 08 Mar 2004Sara Fanelli was raised in Florence but studied art and design in London, where she has based herself for the past fourteen years. Her love of art and design was instilled as a child by her parents.
In 1992 Sara won the Macmillan Childrens' Book prize, for her book 'Button' while still a second year degree student at Camberwell. Following its eventual publication in 1994 Sara has gone on to illustrate many other books and has established an enviable reputation as one of the UK's most experimental and popular illustrators.
Sara has produced illustration work for all manner of clients, including the Nat West Bank, Royal Mail, Virgin Records, 4AD, The New Yorker magazine and The Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.
Picture books include:
- Mythological Monsters of Ancient Greece, 2002
- First Flight, 2002
- Dear Diary, 2000
- It’s Dreamtime, 1999
- Wolf, 1997
- Pinocchio- Picture Box, 1996
- Cinderella- Picture Box, 1995
- My Map Book, 1995
- Button, 1994
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