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Yeon’s Yeeun’s Top Projects of 2022

Published on 10/01/2023

Last year was a big year for all of our Agencies, including Yeon! They worked on many long-running projects, that include multiple books and quite a few of their illustrators. To celebrate this wonderful year, here are Yeon’s Manager Yeeun’s top projects for 2022.

1. Interactive sound books, illustrated by Teresa Bellon, published with Blue Rabbit

This was such a fun project to work on. Both the client and the artist are very communicative and Teresa provided wonderful illustrations for their new books. Blue Rabbit is a regular client and always great to work with!

2. Storybook with economic themes published by Smile Books

This project included many books with work from 7 of our illustrators; Anastasia Zababashkina, Dina Usmandi, Juanbjuan Oliver, Ksenia Zababashkina, Letizia Rizzo, Marusha Belle, and Zeynep Ozatalay. Throughout this project, we build up a great relationship with Smile Books. This book series has also been widely enjoyed by young readers and their parents.

3. Super People published by Doodoo Story

This project also included multiple books illustrated by many of our illustrators; Camipepe, Marusha Belle, Shao-Hua Wu, Sue Downing, and Veronica Carratello. Doodoo is one of our regular clients and they love working with unique art styles, making their projects a lot of fun. They also love working with new illustrators, creating opportunities for more of our artists.

We can’t wait for more wonderful projects in 2023!

 

The ITSme Society is a collective of top creative agencies that represent award-winning talent worldwide. The ITSme Society agencies represent illustrators and writers across 7 agencies: Advocate Art, Astound US Inc, Illo Agency, Artistique, Yeon, CWLA, and Collaborate.

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