Kazu Kibuishi: The Artist Behind the New Harry Potter Covers

Posted on Friday, September 6, 2013 by fillups

To mark the occasion of the Harry Potter series' 15th Anniversary, Scholastic created new covers for the books, replacing the original covers by Mary Grandpre. The artist they chose was graphic novel author/illustrator Kazu Kibuishi. Kibuishi was born in Japan and came to the USA as a child with his mother. As an adult, he wowed readers with his work on the graphic novel series . . . more »

Kazu Kibuishi: The Artist Behind the New Harry Potter Covers

Posted on Friday, September 6, 2013 by fillups

To mark the occasion of the Harry Potter series' 15th Anniversary, Scholastic created new covers for the books, replacing the original covers by Mary Grandpre. The artist they chose was graphic novel author/illustrator Kazu Kibuishi. Kibuishi was born in Japan and came to the USA as a child with his mother. As an adult, he wowed readers with his work on the graphic novel series . . . more »

Color and Light and the Girl With the Pearl Earring

Posted on Thursday, April 4, 2013 by fillups

Scarlet Johansen from Girl With a Pearl Earring The de Young Museum in San Francisco is the first North American venue to present the art exhibit Girl with a Pearl Earring Dutch : Paintings from the Mauritshuis . Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring painting has intrigued art lovers for centuries partially because so little is known about the artist himself. The film, Girl with A Pearl Earring, based on Tracy Chevalier's novel, . . . more »

Color and Light and the Girl With the Pearl Earring

Posted on Thursday, April 4, 2013 by fillups

Scarlet Johansen from Girl With a Pearl Earring The de Young Museum in San Francisco is the first North American venue to present the art exhibit Girl with a Pearl Earring Dutch : Paintings from the Mauritshuis . Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring painting has intrigued art lovers for centuries partially because so little is known about the artist himself. The film, Girl with A Pearl Earring, based on Tracy Chevalier's novel, . . . more »

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