Inês Da Fonseca

Inês Da Fonseca was born in the beautiful city of Lisbon,

Portugal. She is passionate about expressing emotions through

illustration. Her creative practice focusses on producing

colourful children’s illustrations which are often themed around

love and family.

 

She has a post-graduate degree in design from IADE Creative

University. After her studies, she began her career as an art

director in Lisbon. Inês further enriched herself and her work

by moving to London, where she currently resides. For the past

seven years, she has worked in advertising agencies including

Ogilvy Lisbon and McCann WorldGroup London.

 

“My background always pushes me to look for a perfect

combination between illustration, design and art direction.” She

has published ten children’s books and featured in exhibits

such as the “Childhood Memories” exhibition in Gabriel Fine Arts in London, United Kingdom.

inesdafonseca.uk@gmail.com

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PUBLISHING

Kaimiloa, Surf book, 2019, Ed. Kaimiloa, UK
- Children's book, Inês da Fonseca (Art/illustration), Andrés Cosarinsky (author)

 

O Sonho da Gata Zu, 2018, Ed. Pais em Rede, Portugal

-Children's book, Inês Fonseca (Art/illustration), Leonor Xavier (writer)

A mãe que voava, 2018, Ed. Aletria, Brasil
-Children's book, Inês Fonseca (Art/illustration), Caroline Carvalho (writer)

Dia bom ou Dia mau?, 2017, Ed. Leya, Lisbon. 

- Children's book, Inês Fonseca (Art/illustration), Isabel Zambujal (text).

 

I'll Think About It, 2014-2016, Ed. Aletheia, Lisbon.

Inês Fonseca (Art/illustration), Isabel Zambujal (text)

- 6 children's books: Freedom, Hope, Courage, Friendship, Pacience and Family.

 

Making Childhood Colorful: Designing Books for Children, 2015, Ed. Images Publisher, Xangai.

 

WWF, Dia Mundial do Ambiente, Ed. 2014, Portugal

- Advertising print, Inês Fonseca (Art Direction/Illustration)

 

"The Doll Hospital", Lurzer's Arquive Magazine, Ed. 2012, USA:

- 3 advertising prints, double page, Inês Fonseca (Art Direction/Illustration)