Isol is a children’s book illustrator based in Buenos Aires, who has illustrated for several authors such as Jorge Luján, Graciela Montes and Paul Auster.

She has quite a following, and no wonder – her deceptively simple illustrations say so much. Everything on her website is in Spanish, so if you’re not as linguistically challenged as I am, you can also peruse her blog which has a collection of posters that she illustrated. (of course, I can always count on Babelfish to help me out!)

{Thanks to Yael for the introduction into her work!}

5 Replies to “Isol”

  1. yael says:

    you’re welcome Amy!!!!
    I will let her know about your great post!

  2. says:

    I follow and adore so much her work!
    Like her lines!

  3. Char says:

    grogeous work…thanks for sharing!!
    Please come for a visit ,I have a GIVEAWAY going on!

  4. Roberto says:

    The first illustration was done for the magazine Laberintos of Buenos Aires ARGENTINA

  5. Cris says:

    Hi Amy, Isol is great! She has done lovely books so far, hope she keeps going!
    As for your friend the “fish-translator” I wanted to try it, as I’m always curious about those programs…. I copied your lines and selected UK-Italian. Wanna know the funniest thing ever? It translated Isol as insulator!!! I almost fell off my chair with laughter 😉

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