Alex has been working as a freelance illustrator since since 2007 and has since worked for numerous clients, including Sasol, Visa, Volkswagen SA and some clients in the Netherlands. His work has been published in a large number of books, both children's- and educational titles.
Some of the qualities that makes working with Alex unique is his versatility and speed. He is versatile in terms of style and media (being able to work digitally and in any other traditional medium) and he can work very fast – meaning that no deadline is ever too tight.
Alex loves every aspect of being an illustrator and every project is exciting in itself. If he has to choose a favourite job though, it will be illustrating poems and stories where it is necessary to be support the tone and feeling of the writing.
Anastasia was born in Moscow, Russia and educated at the Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Industrial and Applied Arts. She became a certified book illustrator in 2012 and is now living and working in South Africa.
She has participated in many regional and national exhibitions, has recieved nominations and diplomas and is a member of a few artist's societies.
Anastasia has illustrated many children and adults books: Luggage by Samuil Marshak, Nutcracker by E.T.A. Hoffman, Russian fairy tales by A. Remizov, Decameron by G. Bocacco, King Lear by Y. Shakespeare, Hunger by K. Hamsun, Norway fairy tales.
She has also made a multimedia book «The tale about tsar Saltan» by A. Pushkin for ipad for Articul Media Group, which was very succesfull on the international Apple Store.
As a freelancer Anastasia has worked with different design studios and publishing houses in Russia and Italy, made classic illustrations, graphic pictures for magazines, web-sites and advertisement.
Her main clients include: Articul Media Group(Russia), Paradigma Communication Agency (Russia), Ligalend law company (Russia), Afisha Moscow magazine (Russia), Around the World magazine (Russia), Euroarte Accordo studio (Italy, Russia), private clients.