Kirsten Ulve began her career as a graphic designer and part-time illustrator in Chicago, then relocated to New York in 1996 to devote herself to illustration full time. Since then she has worked in almost every arena of the field, ranging from fashion illustration to caricatures, animated commercials to advertising art, editorial illustration to product embellishment. Her clients include Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Cosmogirl, Seventeen, The Village Voice, Nickelodeon, Mattel, Popsicle, Hasbro and Palty of Japan. She has exhibited her work at the CWC Gallery in Tokyo (August, 2000), and at Sixspace Gallery in Los Angeles (June, 2003). Kirsten’s art appeared in the first edition of Graphic Classics: Bram Stoker and the current edition of Graphic Classics: Mark Twain. You can find more of her work at www.kirstenulve.com.
Graphic Classics: Mark Twain
144 pages, b&w, $10