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Paul Boston - How to Think Like a Coder

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Paul Boston was commissioned by Batsford to illustrate How to Think Like a Coder written by Jim Christian. Paul produced a series of artworks for this back-to-basics guide on coding for absolute beginners. Paul’s fun illustrations help the reader to practise key skills such as critical thinking, creativity, logic and problem-solving, his playful illustration style makes learning easy and fun.

Paul Boston

Paul Boston

Represented by

Kids Corner
The Old Candlemakers
West Street
Lewes, BN7 2NZ
United Kingdom

illustration of Under the sea
Snorkelling
Adventure
Fish
Seashells
Octopus
illustration of Dogs
illustration of Barn yard
Tractor
Animals
Chickens
Pig
Farm
illustration of Dog
Blue Dog
Catterpillar
illustration of Pirate
Boat
Fish
Fishing Net
illustration of Family
Farmer
Chicken
Lamb
illustration of Dinosaurs
Cars
illustration of Safari
Amazon
Jungle
Adventure
illustration of Under the Sea
Octopus
illustration of Street
Transport
Traffic
Car
Boat
Helicopter
Train
Animals
illustration of Glow Squid Cave
Map
Find Your Way
illustration of Space
In Space
Space ship 
Alien
Galaxy
illustration of The Royal Quarter
illustration of Santa
Santa's Workshop
Letters
illustration of Circus
Hoop
Dog
illustration of Slimy Maze
Space
Space Ship
illustration of Underground
Find Your Way
Anteater
illustration of Witches
Broomstick
Bat
illustration of Dog
Cake
Table
illustration of Pirates
illustration of Boy
Toys
illustration of Bunny
Book
Rabbit
Girl
illustration of Pippi Longstocking
Monkey
illustration of Robot
Pet
How to Think Like a Coder 
Jim Christian

Profile

Paul studied illustration and sequential design at Brighton University. Paul lists his inspirations as 1950's children's books, antique maps and diagrams, 17th Century engravings, gothic art and Japanese prints – to name just a few! Paul creates all his artwork with his trusted ballpoint pen, which he then scans and brings to life on his computer. Paul’s fun and playful style has a wide appeal and has been commissioned across the whole spectrum of publishing including activity books, educational titles and picture books.

Style/Techniques

Digital, Graphic, Lettering, Line with Color, Painterly, Stylized, Texture, Vector

Subject/Specialties

Adventure, Animals, Book Covers, Character Development, Children, Children's Books, Family, Food, Holidays, Landscape, Maps, Nature, People, Sci-Fi, Toys & Games, Transportation, Travel, Wildlife, Agriculture