Tru Publishing is blessed to have several extremely talented artists to choose from who can illustrate nearly anything you can imagine. In addition to meeting your illustration needs, we can also help you lay out a beautiful, professional book cover.
Please understand that illustration requirements are unique to each book and every illustrator. Illustrations can often be the most expensive element of children's book production. Average illustration prices range from $200 to $500 per image, depending on the complexity, however, a firm quote for your project will be provided before any agreements are finalized.
Different Types of Illustration
Contact us to get more information, or to get a quote to bring your images to life.
Meet Some of the Artists
Stephanie Mullani is an accomplished freelance artist whose vibrant imagery has appeared in children’s books, product and packaging designs, posters and magazines around the world.
She studied at the Royal College of Art, London and Wimbledon School of Art, London. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Clients have included Coca-Cola, Dayton Hudson (the parent company of Target), Regis Corp., and PBS Parents. In addition to several Fortune 500 companies, her work has been commissioned by private executives, parenting experts, and inventors.
A small sample of Stephanie's art ~ to see more, visit her website at StephanieMullani.com
Shelly Mullani-Bales holds a Master of Arts in teaching K-12 as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Art with distinction. Her background includes specialized studies in Art Therapy for children.
A small sample of Shelly's art ~ to see more, visit her website at ShellyMullaniBales.com
Neil Hague is a UK artist, authorial illustrator and lecturer, originally trained in graphics and book publishing. Over the past fifteen years he has developed a unique style through his visionary expression of art and creativity - one that has been described as both spiritual and 'neo-shamanic' by people who have heard him lecture or who have seen his work.
Neil worked for Penguin Books, London where he designed book covers and interior text layout. His clients include The Economist, Busch Gardens, and Sea World. Neil's art was selected for Images, The Best of British Illustration, and for the Macmillan Book Illustration Award at the Royal College of Art 1993.
Inspired by native Earth peoples, universal symbols, archetypes, and a love of nature, he often links and expresses these sources within his work.
A small sample of Neil's art ~ to see more, visit Neil's website at NeilHague.com