Patrick Girouard has designed and illustrated over 200 books for children, including "Yikes- Lice!," winner of Science Books and Films Best Books, and "I Have a Weird Brother Who Digested a Fly", a Society of School Librarians International Honor Book. His clients include Sesame Street Magazine, National Geographic World, Kid City, Spider, Weekly Reader, USA Today, Click Magazine, Oxford University Press, Child's World, Sterling/Pinwheel, Children's Press, Igloo Books, Magic Wagon, Ranger Rick, Compass Point Books, Reader's Digest, Northwestern University, Purdue University, Scholastic, Paper Magic, Gibson, Current, American Greetings, and Albert Whitman & Company. His work has been exhibited at the Society of Illustrators NYC, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Natalini Galleries Chicago, The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, the Lighthouse Art Center, and the Robert E. Wilson Gallery at Huntington University. In addition to books and magazines his work can be found on greeting cards, games, toys, museum exhibits, cd's, puzzles, t-shirts, posters and limited edition prints.WWW

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Patrick Girouard has designed and illustrated over 200 books for children, including "Yikes- Lice!," winner of Science Books and Films Best Books, and "I Have a Weird Brother Who Digested a Fly", a Society of School Librarians International Honor Book. His clients include Sesame Street Magazine, National Geographic World, Kid City, Spider, Weekly Reader, USA Today, Click Magazine, Oxford University Press, Child's World, Sterling/Pinwheel, Children's Press, Igloo Books, Magic Wagon, Ranger Rick, Compass Point Books, Reader's Digest, Northwestern University, Purdue University, Scholastic, Paper Magic, Gibson, Current, American Greetings, and Albert Whitman & Company. His work has been exhibited at the Society of Illustrators NYC, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Natalini Galleries Chicago, The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, the Lighthouse Art Center, and the Robert E. Wilson Gallery at Huntington University. In addition to books and magazines his work can be found on greeting cards, games, toys, museum exhibits, cd's, puzzles, t-shirts, posters and limited edition prints.WWWW

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Patrick Girouard has designed and illustrated over 200 books for children, including “Yikes- Lice!,” winner of Science Books and Films Best Books, and “I Have a Weird Brother Who Digested a Fly”, a Society of School Librarians International Honor Book.

His clients include Sesame Street Magazine, National Geographic World, Kid City, Spider, Weekly Reader, USA Today, Click Magazine, Oxford University Press, Child’s World, Sterling/Pinwheel, Children’s Press, Igloo Books, Magic Wagon, Ranger Rick, Compass Point Books, Reader’s Digest, Northwestern University, Purdue University, Scholastic, Paper Magic, Gibson, Current, American Greetings, and Albert Whitman & Company.

His work has been exhibited at the Society of Illustrators NYC, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Natalini Galleries Chicago, The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, the Lighthouse Art Center, and the Robert E. Wilson Gallery at Huntington University.

In addition to books and magazines his work can be found on greeting cards, games, toys, museum exhibits, cd’s, puzzles, t-shirts, posters and limited edition prints.


Skills

Adobe Photoshop
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Book Cover
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Book Illustration
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Childrens Book Illustration
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Editorial Illustration
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Experience Level

Adobe Photoshop
Expert

Industry Experience

Education, Consumer Goods, Computers & Electronics, Gaming, Non-Profit Organization, Retail, Media & Entertainment, Professional Services
    uniE621 Patrick Draws A Crowd
    Self promotion piece for use on stationary, business cards, website header, social media, etc. #illustratorWW
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    Personal Project #illustrator #designerWW
    uniE621 Twinkle Twinkle
    A"Silly Scene" spread for Highlights for Children Magazine. #illustratorWW
    uniE621 Addie and Bea Make Adobe
    Part of a ten panel comic strip about building an adobe house for Click Magazine. #illustratorWW

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