Astrid Arijanto is a designer and illustrator who spent her childhood drawing on any surface she could get her hands on: from papers to walls to all the white fences around her parents’ house. Since then, her work has appeared in various media and publications across Canada and Asia. She lives in Toronto and spends most of her days designing and illustrating beautiful books. In her free time she enjoys travelling with her partner, exploring the great outdoors, and chasing after their wild and rambunctious puppy, Spanky.
Books by Astrid Arijanto
Putuguq and Kublu's grandparents tell them the story of the amautalik and the orphan, a traditional story about a little orphan who outsmarts a child-stealing ogress, and Putuguq’s imagination runs wild . . .