Artist feature - Eugenia Nobati Jun 01 2016

Latest signings

Here at Advocate we're over the moon to have recently signed artist Eugenia Nobati! Eugenia's work spans over a wide range of styles (she has mastery over cute and creepy), which is why we think she'd be great for children's books. If you're interested in her work you can see more in her Advocate portfolio. Eugenia describes herself in her own words:

"My name is Eugenia Nobati and I was born in 1968, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I still live with my family, two cats and a dog. I started as a Graphic Designer in 1990, but in 1997, I decided to dedicate my time exclusively to illustration, mostly to children's books.

Anyway, I have worked in all kinds of stuff, from postage stamps to packaging and character designs for animation, always in my own style. Over the years, my work has been published in nine countries and more than 40 books.

I was selected among other 15 illustrators representing Argentina in Bratislava's Bienal 2012. In 2014, I was recognized by ALIJA, Argentina's section of IBBY, for the best illustrated book, with Cuentos Grotescos y espeluznantes, published by Unaluna. I work as a freelancer, because that gives me the chance to always face new challenges, something I really love."