La Plata, Argentina,1963. He illustrates for the independent written press media and for national and European publishing houses he illustrates children´s books. Some of his books are: Restorán (2003) , Pleine Lune (2003) y Candombe, fièvre du Carnaval (2004). http://es.geocities.com/inventario_bianki. Diego Bianchi (Bianki), La Plata 1963. Argentina. Designer, illustrator, and editor. His illustrations can be seen published weekly, in Revista de Cultura Ñ, a cultural magazine of newspaper Clarín, in Buenos Aires, a publication where Bianki illustrates articles in different sections and supplements, since 1990. Also his illustrations can be seen in Público, a newspaper in Madrid, in the sections of Opinion and Culture. Futile Papers is the book he just published recently, where he compiles the work of the last ten years as a press illustrator. His work has also been published during several years in Para ti and Billiken, Argentinean magazines, first ones to show his initial editorial illustration work. He was a collaborator with: Viva Magazine, Noticias, Play boy, Rumbos, Somos, Plena, First, Claudia, Genios, Lamujerdemivida, Panorama, Humi, El Péndulo, and Fierro, among others. His work regarding different disciplines like design, photography, comics or painting in small format, has been published in independent, alternative magazines and in specialized books in diverse countries: Le imagine Della fantasia (Italy), Venus (Argentina), Dora (Germany), DDT (Cuba), Artefacto (Argentina), Platform 1, Canvas Fundation( Holand), Vanidad (Spain),Olho Mágico (Brazil), Lápiz Japonés (Argentina), La grieta (Argentina), Pimba (Uruguay), Güear (Uruguay), Complot (Mexico), Tótem (Spain), Blue (Italy), Macocki (Spain), Libertino (Argentina), Guacho (Uruguay). In the area of illustrated books for children, he has been selected for representing Argentina in the International Book Fair of Bolonia (Italy), in the Illustration Biennial of Bratislava (Slovenia), in the International Biennial of Illustration for Children in Sarmede (Italy), and in the International Biennial of Illustration for Children in Barreiro (Portugal). His last illustrated published books for children and youngsters are: Like fish in the air and Much more than fear to ghosts, Sudamericana (2008), Buenos Aires. Fig Nose, Pequeño editor, Argentina 2005. Candombe, fièbre du carnaval, Editions du Rouergue, 2004, France. Who will run with me? Kaufman- Bianki, Sudamericana, Argentina, 2004. Pleine lune, Ed. du Rouergue, Francia 2003.Restaurant, Pequeño editor, Argentina 2003. Mon petit cheval, Ed. du Rouergue, France, 2002. He has collaborated in a selection of 35 designers from the whole world, the itinerant-hyperartistbook of Place project, from Barcelona´s VASAVA, www.placeproject.org Since 2003 he is Editor responsible and Art Director of Pequeño editor publishers, co-funded with writer Ruth Kaufman and the brothers Jazan of Latingráfica press. In 1993, together with humorist Sergio Langer, they found the mythical magazine of graphic arts, Lapiz Japones, and La Comuna, together with Ral Veroni and Elenio Pico, who carried out art shows and other artistic activities since that year to 1998, in his studio-garage on Charlone street, in Buenos Aires. http://www.diegobianki.com/
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Los duraznos de Pequeno Editor is a juicy collection for reading to the very young, an experience that will please old and young alike. So that every baby has his or her first board book to freely enjoy. From 1 to 5, this book explores parts of the body and teaches to count—with kisses!
Los duraznos de Pequeno Editor is a juicy collection for reading to the very young, an experience that will please old and young alike. So that every baby has his or her first board book to freely enjoy. What is the Moon full of, full of, full of? An astronaut and his child wonder about this in a clever...[more]