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Brett L. Helquist (born c. is an American illustrator best known for his work in the children’s books A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Brett Helquist - illustrator of Blue Balliet's art mystery books and Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, among others

The Wright 3

The Joy of Fairy Tales - boy reading a book - Agata Kawa illustration

Scary Stories 3

Scary Stories 3 by Brett Helquist

Brett Helquist

Brett Helquist

Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett illustrations

Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett illustrations

The Snicket File : Photo

THe Baudelaires on the Beach by BrettHelquistArt on Etsy

Children's book illustration. Wish i had some colored pencils in my hand and time

best illustrated children's books

Best Children’s Books 2011 – NY Times Illustrated Kids Books – Top Books for Gift Giving

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Artist: Brett Helquist Title: The Penultimate Peri Always have been inspired by this illustrator since I read "A series of Unfortunate Events" as a child. His expressionistic style is one I would like to further study.

Illustration

drawing / collage / intelligence is beauty / book / glasses

I love this...  Library. Artist: Callaghan.  Callaghan, with an eye for detail and characters deeply rooted in external references, depicts library shelves full of novels whose intricate spines show many of them to be famous novels centered around powerful female protagonists.  Source: http://books0977.tumblr.com/

Artist: Callaghan, with an eye for detail and characters deeply rooted in external references, depicts library shelves full of novels whose intricate spines show many of them to be famous novels centered around powerful female protagonists.

“Reading was my escape and my comfort, my consolation, my stimulant of choice: reading for the pure pleasure of it, for the beautiful stillness that surrounds you when you hear an author's words reverberating in your head.”  ― Paul Auster, The Brooklyn Follies  art by Sandy Vazan

Sandy Vazan Illustration: Wish I could just sit down by a fire and read.

Concerned that the immigrant employees of New York City's Macy's department store are homesick at Christmas, a young girl inspires the store's head to hold the first Macy's Parade. Based on a true story; includes historical note.

Concerned that the immigrant employees of New York City's Macy's department store are homesick at Christmas, a young girl inspires the store's head to hold the first Macy's Parade. Based on a true story;

#Brett Helquist - love him!

Brett Helquist - another person I want to sketch like

Brett Helquist

Here are a few more sketches inspired by my reading of THE BLACK ARROW by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Genius at work...

Poe by David García for the iPoe Collection

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