Marta Comín (Santander, 1982), she has studied art in the Universidad Politécnica, Valencia, where she actually lives. She employs words and illustration to make her own observations, to develop her own thoughts and to discover peculiar concepts. Through her illustration where she plays with the relationship between empty and full space, and with a synthetic drawing, she aims to create humorous images that allow the reader to see things from a new point of view. In 2016 she has published her first children’s picture book, Pelos, published by the Universidad Politécnica.
Welcome. this beautiful project is a box that contains seven diptychs, each one of them represents an animal that embodies one of the verses of a sweet poems that says to the newborn welcome into this life. Each line of the poem talks of an animal and of the new born (nose, eyes, mouth, ears, feet),...[more]
Marta Comin presents us with an innovative counting book! The last pages, micro-perforated allow the reader to detach 4 cards, all with existing holes for the young reader to put his or her fingers through, like little worms! It’s time to go to sleep, embraced by their mother, ten little warms dream...[more]
And you: what do you think? What is your perspective? Is it the bat hanging upside down that isn't standing right? Or is it us looking at her? Who is in fact upside down? An adorable book destined to the youngest to learn about perspective and how the same situation can be seen quite differently according...[more]
I get puzzled in front a few things: for instance, the mountains peaks, do they go up or down? It all depends on your point of view. Some things, like ripe fruits, always go down; on the other hand, there are others that always move upwards. But there are also thing that sometimes go up, and sometimes...[more]