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Three Trees Make A Forest
Enrico Casarosa, Ronnie Del Carmen,
Tadahiro Uesegi:
Three Trees Make A Forest
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The three artists featured in Three Trees Make a Forest are professional illustrators with a penchant for travel and ambitious side projects in books and Comics.
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Enrico Casarosa Ronnie del Carmen
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Tadahiro Uesugi
Enrico Casarosa is also a story artist at Pixar and is the founder of Sketch Crawl, a worldwide marathon sketching event.

Ronnie Del Carmen is a story artist, character designer and illustrator at Pixar Animation Studios. Del Carmen has also worked in comics with DC and Dark Horse.

Tadahiro Uesugi is a world renowned Japanese illustrator who creates intuitive drawings of landscapes, characters and urban scenery, all with an amazing sense of color and texture.

Most of the work found in Three Trees Make a Forest was originally created for an exhibition of the same name at Nucleus Gallery in Alhambra, CA.

128 pages, Hardcover, 7'' x 9'' (180 x 230 mm)
95 color illustrations, English
ISBN-13: 978-1-58423-226-1  
ISBN-10: 1-58423-226-9      $ 24.95
About the Artists:
Enrico Casarosa
Enrico Casarosa is a storyboard artist living in San Francisco, working in Animation by day, publishing artbooks and comics by night. Forever stuck between the gravitational pulls of Italy (his home country) and Japan (a cultural passion).
Ronnie de Carmen
Ronnie del Carmen is currently working for Pixar Animation Studios in Emery­ville. Prior to that he’s worked at Dreamworks and Warner Bros. All in the capacity of story artist, story supervisor, character designer, illustrator and all around pest. There’s documentation that shows he’s been dabbling in comics over the years for DC and Dark Horse among others. He self-publishes his own comic book, Paper Biscuit.
Tadahiro Uesegi
Tadahiro Uesegi was born in 1966 in Miyazaki on Kyuushuu Island, Japan. He studied fashion illustration at the Tokyo Art School’s "Setsu Mode Seminar." At 28, he worked as an assistant for Manga artist Jiro Taniguchi and made his debut as an illustrator at Magazine House. He has since created elegant illustrations with a jazzy and classical sensibility for prestigious clients in Europe, Japan and the US.
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