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Maureen Burdock

Children's book illustration
 girl living in fridge
Coloring book page commissioned by the state of New Mexico
Adult humorous fiction book illustration of character being shot from cannon
Adult humorous fiction illustration "Daily Llamas"
Tarot-style cards with tips for better sleep
Tarot-style cards with tips for better sleep
Illustration series for nonprofit final report
 this image depicts "history"
Book cover
 graphic memoir
Adult humorous fiction illustration


Maureen Burdock, Illustration, Cartooning, Design, Writing

Hello! I was born in the Black Forest and love fairytales and the fantastic. I love to draw in a variety of media, especially ink, but also pencil, pastel, or watercolor. While I often choose analog tools, I'm very proficient in and enjoy using digital devices (Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator).

I work with authors, publishers, not-for-profits, and an array of businesses. I can draw anything! My strongest suit is book illustration (fiction or nonfiction, all ages). I am a published creator of award-winning comics and graphic narratives.

In addition to illustration and publication design, I offer writing and editing services.


Cartooning,Graphic Design,Illustration

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