Winners of the World Illustration Awards Announced

The jury selected the best works from over 2,300 submissions sent in by illustrators from 64 countries.

The organizers of the international World Illustration Awards, which was held for the 40th time this year, announced the names of the winners. The final list includes 15 authors who became the best in their respective categories. Their works will be presented at an exhibition at the Somerset House in London between July 31 and August 28 — the works of the shortlisted illustrators will also be exhibited.

The list of the winners includes Lizzy Stewart — her illustrations for the book There’s a Tiger in the Garden became the best in the category Children’s Books, Nina Chakrabarti won in the Books category, and Claudine O’Sullivan got the first place in the Advertising nomination. Marco Palena from Italy became the discovery of this year’s contest — his work won in the New Talent category.

The information about all the winners of the World Illustration Awards is available here.

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Lizzy Stewart, Children's Books (Professional)
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Steven Choi, Self-Initiated (Professional)
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Tony Rodriguez, Editorial (Professional)
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Marco Palena, Advertising (New Talent)
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Nina Chakrabarti, Books (Professional)
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Bethan Woollvin, Children's Books (New Talent)
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Inhye Moon, Books (New Talent)

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