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  • n. Plural form of illustrator.


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  • I don't think she necessarily means that the stories themselves are meant to be "inspiring"; just that seeing books by black authors and illustrators is inspiring and uplifting -- to children, to parents, to other authors.

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  • John Rocco, in contrast to Blackall's meanderings, spoke passionately about two specific illustrators: N.C. Wyeth and Howard Pyle, two iconic American illustrators from the turn of the 20th century.

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  • But none of the nominated authors or illustrators is known primarily for nonfiction.

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  • Since our job as illustrators is to help the sales of a product with our art I think that under less than ideal circumstances we must take the side of effectiveness over exact accuracy, this, of course, within reason.

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  • Among modern children’s book illustrators from the ’50s and ’60s, Abner Graboff ranks as one of my personal favorites.

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  • Richard Amsel is one of my favorite illustrators from the ’70s and ’80s.

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  • I did mix up my Moore associated illustrators, which is embarrassing seeing as how I'm a librarian with a comics degree and spend most of my days hip deep in the minutia of comic book related fun.

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  • One of our illustrators was a copiously-bearded man named Hugh reputed to live in a large pipe in the Booterstown bird sanctuary.

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  • Despite their qualification to handle many NASA engineering and management positions, for the most part, IDs work for contractors and are classified as illustrators, research scientist or mechanical designers.


  • And it's often challenging to link other copyright holders, such as illustrators and photographers, to their work, he says.

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