Giselle has visited the theme of anthropomorphism in her comics in the past—remember birds with arms?—but recently she has been pondering the scale of it all. Why is it that sometimes dogs are dogs, and sometimes bears are...well... lets find out.
Giselle Clarkson is a freelance illustrator and comic creator from Wellington. Her work has appeared in a bunch of School Journals as well as Gecko Press’ ANNUAL. She illustrated the 2018 picture book Secret World of Butterflies by Courtney Sina Meredith (Allen & Unwin NZ) and the 2019 children's novel Hazel and the Snails by Nan Blanchard (Annual Ink/Massey University Press). Her most recent illustrations are in The Gobbledegook Book, by Joy Cowley (Gecko Press), for which she is nominated for the New Zealand Children and Young Adult's Book Awards. Giselle's secret talent is rescuing moths from the shower without accidentally drowning them. Visit her website: www.giselledraws.com.