Posts Tagged ‘Amazing Storybook’

Once upon a time: Mae Lin’s Doernbecher story

“Once upon a time in the Kingdom of Big, a little girl arrived early – so early she surprised even her mom and dad. Being so tiny was fraught with danger, what with all that breathing to do! Worry ruled the kingdom. Luckily, genius giants were at hand (though everyone was giant to her). Using their jumbo-sized brains, hearts and doohickeys, they eased our pint-sized hero up to fighting weight, which was the perfect weight … Read More

Behind the illustration with Maryanna Hoggatt (and Simon)

When I was approached to participate in the Amazing Storybook project for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and their creative agency, Sockeye, I was thrilled. It was an opportunity to work for a well-respected children’s hospital, and as part of a campaign developed by Sockeye, the theme of the illustration closely aligned with something I identify with in my own work: encouraging children to be brave and face their fears. Adapting my creative style to this storybook illustration … Read More

‘Doernbecher is the place where the good guys help defeat the bad guys’

I was asked to be a part of Doernbecher Children’s Hospital’s Amazing Storybook campaign, along with five other illustrators, by the Portland creative agency Sockeye. They developed a children’s picture book concept and language to help tell Doernbecher’s story. It seems like such an obvious fit for a children’s hospital, but you have to acknowledge that there are a million ways of telling a story — with charts and graphs and photographs — and I have total respect … Read More

Doernbecher Best in the Country U.S. News & World Report

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