Natalia Colombo is an illustrator and graphic designer currently living in Buenos Aires. She studied Graphic Design at the Universidad De Buenos Aires. She has illustrated picture books published in Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Mexico, Korea, Brazil, Chile, the United States, and Argentina. She has participated in individual and group exhibitions in Europe and Latin America. Her book Cerca was awarded the first International Compostela Prize by the Department of Education of the City Council of Santiago and KALANDRAKA. The Italian version of the same book, Vicini, received the Delle Palme Prize for Best Foreign Picture Book. Her images seem to come from an imaginary world where everything is happy, sweet, and playful; it is the world of children’s songs, game-filled afternoons, multicolored candies, and naptime treasure hunts. She works with colored and black pencils, acrylics, pen, ink, markers on different types of paper, and in digital format. Her favorite characters are animals and loves to draw them as protagonists of stories and "fábulas".|
Below are some of her most recent projects, Ratones de viaje by Xosé Manuel González 'Oli (Kalandraka), Campeona by Silvia Molina (Castillo), El secreto de erizo by Susanna Isern (Infantil), El viaje (Ediciones SM), Ver pasar el tren by Mariana Baggio (Los Duraznos), O Reino Partido ao Meio by Rosa Amanda Strausz (Companhia Das Letrinhas), A Mover Los Pies, Casamiento En La Cocina & Rueda Ovillo De Lana by Didi Grau (Ojoreja), Ratones De Casa by Oli (Kalandraka), El Cumpleaños De Babita (Mamut Comic), Espero by Perla Suez (La brujita de papel), A Los Saltos by Florencia del Campo (Editorial libre albedrio), Instrucciones Para Jugar by Monique Zepeda (Ediciones Castillo), So Close (Kalandraka), Mi Mam� Tiene El Pelo Muy Largo (Milan Pres), Nidos by Pepe Marquez (Kalandraka), El Huemul by Perla Suez (Comunicarte Argentina), Yo No Soy Un Conejo by Pepe Marquez (Fondo de cultura Mexico).
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