Jet Parent is an illustrator who creates illustrations in which colour, from bright to subtle, and atmosphere, from eerie to idyllic, prevail. She studied Illustration Design at ArtEZ University of the Arts as well as Falmouth University. She is mostly inspired by graphic novels, fairytales, children’s literature, travelogues and nature, and enjoys working with gouache and coloured pencils. Her graphic novel Aberfala (2018) got selected for The Unpublished Picturebook Showcase and was exhibited at the Frankfurt Book Fair of 2019.
Enzo Pérès-Labourdette was born in 1991 in Le-Puy-En-Velay, France. He lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Pérès-Labourdette graduated from his Communication Design Bachelor in 2014. During his graduation year he worked on his first commission for The New York Times, had his work selected and shown at the Society of Illustrators and Art Directors Club in New York, and was named one of the “top 100 new creatives to watch” by CMYK magazine. In 2015 he received two prestigious talent development grants from the Fiep Westendorp Foundation and the Creative Industries Fund NL, and exhibited in the Van Abbe Museum. His work has appeared on the cover of The New York Times Sunday Review and he has illustrated for clients such as The New Yorker, Heineken and Dolce & Gabbana.
Milja Praagman studied illustration at the AKV Sint Joost in Breda. She is a well-known illustrator, who won a Zilveren Penseel for Omdat ik je zo graag zie (2016). At the start of her career, she made illustrations for newspapers and animations for Sesamstraat, the Dutch Sesame Street. Her picture books reveal a subtle sense of humour, which also appeals to the parents who are reading them out loud. Her stories are an ode to the imagination.