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Meridth Gimbel

illustration of Read a book, and be swallowed up in a world of wonder.
illustration of I'll have what he's having!
illustration of A zany herd of zebras!
illustration of Victorian lady sending out some love!
illustration of Mermaid, books, kid, child, fish, ocean, poster, education
illustration of Hedy Lamarr would walk with her dad as a young child and ask him how and why the street lamps, and the cars work.
illustration of Hedy Lamarr: Actress from old Hollywood by day, inventor by night. 
She invented a tablet that turned into soda, improved the design for Howard Hughes’s airplanes to make them faster, and most notably, co-invented spread spectrum and frequency hopping, which is the foundation for Bluetooth and WiFi technology.
illustration of Yadira, the mermaid, loves a good PB&J.
illustration of Little mountain climber knows that she is really brave. She knows if she believes it, she can do it.
illustration of Matilda does not care if if you think her room is messy. It's just fine the way it is, thank you very much. Besides, Matilda has better things to do than clean. (Like watching the clouds slowly drift b.)y

Picture book dummy available upon request.
illustration of This is what I imagine Ada Lovelace was like as a teen.
illustration of Medusa is starting a choir. Want to join?
illustration of The Boy Who Lived by JK Rowling, chapter illustration.
illustration of
illustration of  I LOVE Baba Yaga stories! Yes she does eat children and will use their skulls to create a creepy looking picket fence, but if you do some chores around her house, she just might let you live, and maybe even give you a skull torch that will engulf your enemies in flames. I mean, how could I not love Baba Yaga! (I just don’t want to be her neighbor.)
illustration of Character design of a pretty fabulous Lion who likes to bake.
illustration of Primatologist, Ethologist, Anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace. Considered the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees. Goodall is best known for her 55-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania.
illustration of The first day of school can be scary.
illustration of “Do you think I am an automaton? — a machine without feelings? and can bear to have my morsel of bread snatched from my lips, and my drop of living water dashed from my cup? Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong! — I have as much soul as you — and full as much heart!
― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre
illustration of Little mouse has all the feelings. Big ones, small ones, even really sad ones.
illustration of I have a son who has Sensory Processing Disorder. It’s where the brain doesn’t process the senses correctly, i.e. the vacuum cleaner can sound like walking through a war zone, or salt and pepper on food can taste like jalapeños. It’s so important for us to be aware of our neurologically atypical friends so we can all have more empathy for the struggles they go through.
(Neurodiversity, #weneeddiversebooks, Autism.)
illustration of This little witch loves to cook, but she's still afraid of the monsters under the bed.
illustration of This victorian gal hope's you're day is spook-tacular.
illustration of Sabrina and Salem
illustration of
illustration of Character Design for little Ada Lovelace.
illustration of Just your modern day family going for a space-walk.
illustration of Space hugs!
illustration of Ada Lovelace, one of my nerdy heroes. Born in 1815 to poet Lord Byron and Anne Byron. Considered to be the world's first computer programmer with the invention of the first computer algorithm. She had an ongoing collaboration with Charles Babbage, who called Lovelace the
illustration of It's your friendly neighborhood bat, here to say hello!
illustration of I dreamed so big I felt as though I could touch the sky.
illustration of Freelance mommies know how to juggle it all.
illustration of The new toy was now broken. Vikings can be so irresponsible!
illustration of Story time everyone!
illustration of This little corgi is a good boy!
illustration of A portrait of a happy couple!
illustration of Here's a logo I did for a freelancer.
illustration of Decorative portrait of an old fashioned lady.
illustration of Aretha was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, she was the first female to get her 100th hit on the Billboard’s Hot R&B song chart, and she has received 18 Grammy Awards and 44 nominations.


As a grub, Meridth could be found reading books during math class, writing stories during lunchtime, and drawing pictures all over her arms and legs (if she ran out of paper). She was pretty delighted when she found out you could do that sort of thing for a living. So she got a BFA in Illustration from BYU. While at college, she had the good fortune of interning with Brad Holland and Brett Helquist. She has received the SCBWI LA National Conference mentorship award, which was pretty neat. Meridth lives in Central California with her husband, kids, and a paper eating corgi.


Acrylic, Black & White, Caricature, Cartoon, Design, Digital, Figurative, Lettering, Mixed Media, Pencil, Silhouette, Stylized, Watercolor, Decorative, Floral, Whimsical


Humor, Animals, Book Covers, Celebrities, Character Development, Children, Children's Books, Children's Products, Comic Book, Computers, Editorial, Education, Family, Fantasy, Food, Historical, Holidays, Icons, People, Political, Portrait, Science, Sci-Fi, Sports, Wildlife, Americana, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Youth, Ethnic, Edgy, Environmental, Logos