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Evangeline Lilly

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The Squickerwonkers: An Artist’s Sketchbook 

By Evangeline Lilly and Rodrigo Bastos Didier

The Squickerwonkers: An Artist’s Sketchbook takes fans of Evangeline Lilly’s children’s book The Squickerwonkers deep into the world and evolution of the characters. Showcasing the incredible talent and vision of artist Rodrigo Bastos Didier alongside Evangeline Lilly’s colourful, crazy cast of marionettes; this sketchbook shows the initial concepts, variations and final pieces created on their journey towards the publication of the highly anticipated second volume, The Squickerwonkers: The Demise of Selma the Spoiled.

About the Authors

Evangeline Lilly is best known for her work as an actress in the television series LOST, and films such as The Hurt Locker, Real Steel, The Hobbit, and Ant-Man - but her foremost passion has always been writing.  Evangeline is a cross-genre writer, who writes for multiple demographics including upcoming young adult and adult fiction and graphic novels.  The Squickerwonkers: An Art's Sketchbook, Evangeline's latest release, is a delightful accompaniment to her debut children's book, The Squickerwonkers, the first of an 18-volume children's book series. The much-anticipated second volume in the series, The Demise of Selma the Spoiled, will be released in 2017 and is sure to impress.

Rodrigo Bastos Didier is an artist from Recife, Brazil, who has been bringing his imagination to life through any artistic means possible since childhood. In his professional career Rodrigo has covered the gamut - once a professor of art, he has also created album covers for rock bands, illustrated for magazines and worked as a sculptor and painter of collectible statues.  Despite his breadth of experience, The Squickerwonkers has been a unique and amazing challenge to him


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