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Artyom Kostyukevich

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ARTYOM KOSTYUKEVICHis an illustrator and designer who was born in Omsk and educated in St. Petersburg and Hamburg, and his work, he says, is "a mixture of the Hamburg and Petersburg artistic schools – cheerful and upbeat in form, but a bit sad in content… I love to make my illustrations a bit mysterious and slightly unfinished.” He has illustrated childrens books for Swiss and French publishers, magazine articles for Russian, German and French publishers, and had his work exhibited in Italy, Japan and Korea. His website is here.


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Author: Lada Bakal
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Artyom Kostyukevich
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Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Artyom Kostyukevich
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Author: Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby
Illustrations/Images: Artyom Kostyukevich
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