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In the studio with Alice Bowsher, illustrator for Everyday Adventures – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Weave a little wonder into daily life with these fun and challenging activities – and experience your local area in a whole new way. Invite friends on a social adventure, follow your senses somewhere new and embark on a cultural odyssey with Everyday Adventures.

In the studio with James Gulliver Hancock, illustrator for How Airports Work – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

To celebrate the release of our new Lonely Planet Kids title, How Airports Work, we chatted in the studio with illustrator James Gulliver Hancock on how he set about illustrating an entire airport… Tell us about the brief When I read this brief I was instantly transported back to being a child – I loved

Brazil | South America | World Travel Studio

Brazil is the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world. Famous for its football (soccer) tradition and its annual Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, …

In the studio with Alice Bowsher, illustrator for Everyday Adventures – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Weave a little wonder into daily life with these fun and challenging activities – and experience your local area in a whole new way. Invite friends on a social adventure, follow your senses somewhere new and embark on a cultural odyssey with Everyday Adventures.

In the studio with Ross Murray, illustrator for Epic Hikes of the World – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Ross at work in the studio © Bruce Barnard Ross Murray, illustrator of our latest title Epic Hikes of the World, gives us a glimpse into his studio and talks us through how he illustrated walking locations featured in the book. They’re so epic you’ll want to down tools and stretch your legs along one

In the studio with Ferran Capo, illustrator for Lonely Planet Magazine – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Illustrator Ferran Capo hard at work © Anna Izquierdo The latest US edition of Lonely Planet Magazine has hit the shelves, so here’s a behind-the-scenes look at some of its contents! We chatted to magazine illustrator Ferran Capo about how he turned funny anecdotes about solo travel fails from Lonely Planet staff into striking illustrations