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Erin Hunting

Published on 21/03/2022

Erin Hunting is an Australian illustrator who has drawn for most of her adult life, starting when she was just a little girl growing up in her hometown of Melbourne.For the past decade her work has appeared in children’s books and comics and she is known for her fun and quirky style. Starting out illustrating educational books recently she has worked with Little Brown and Co (Hachette, USA) on Ron Bates ‘The Unflushables’ as well as a two book series with Penguin Workshop (Penguin Random House, USA) ‘The Tooth Fairy vs Santa’ and ‘The Tooth Fairy vs The Easter Bunny’She also created the official Grumpy Cat logo which appeared numerous times onscreen in Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever tv movie and an array of merchandise which included toys, shoes and clothes. Her artwork has appeared on the front covers of Jughead, Grumpy Cat, Rick and Morty and Adventure Time comics as well as in a 10 page Garfield comic strip thatshe both wrote and drew for BOOM! comics.As well as the publishing world, she has worked with Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon in visual development with her Abby CaDabby and Rudy character designs being shown on Sesame Street via Abby’s Amazing Adventures.Still residing in Melbourne and when she’s not working she enjoys movies, writing, collecting vinyl toys and playing with her cat Louis.

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