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Category: Catherine Cordasco

Catherine Cordasco for Oxfam

November 24, 2016 Catherine Cordasco for Oxfam Unwrapped Artist seriesOxfam Unwrapped has collaborated with four international artists to create the Oxfam Unwrapped Artist Series — a new range of beautiful, limited cards that provide an artistic twist on the classic look. Every card purchased increases the capacity for Oxfam to equip people with the tools and knowledge to lift themselves out of the vicious cycle of poverty and into a brighter future. Click through to our instagram to see the animated file Catherine created.

Catherine Cordasco novel cover

September 16, 2016 Catherine Cordasco for The Listmaker. Written by Robin Klein and originally published in 1997, Catherine’s delicate illustration graces the latest edition cover. Puffin Books. Penguin Random House Australia.

Catherine Cordasco for Cosmos Magazine

July 6, 2016 Catherine Cordasco’s  hand-painted foliage illustration was cleverly incorporated with a photograph of Charles Darwin by Art Director Robyn Adderly to create a magical cover for the latest Cosmos Magazine. “This issue of Cosmos Magazine contains feature articles on Darwin’s Garden – the test bed for his theory of natural selection, the search for antimatter  and the breakthrough recipe for turning immune cells into a cancer-fighting army. ”

 

 

 

New Artist – Catherine Cordasco

May 29, 2015 Parisian born and based illustrator Catherine Cordasco is now represented in Australia by The Illustration Room. Her soft and uncluttered work illustrates mood and movement in everyday snippets of daily life from a bicycle ride with your dog to wandering along the streets shopping…  with an occasional bear in a beanie or bird in a sports jacket just to spice things up.  People, nature, trees, plants and animals are dominant in her illustrations and all are created by hand using watercolour.

When she is not illustrating she is taking beautiful snaps of Paris and posting them on her instagram. Follow her for a daily dose of Parisian life.