Archive for the ‘News’ Category

Special Edition Paper Colouring in Christmas Cards Launched by Diogenes and Tomi Ungerer

Dec 1st, 2020

  2020 has been a year unlike any other – full of challenges and complications. One of the most difficult things is not being able to see so many of our friends and family and so this year we think that sending a physical Christmas card to those we love and miss feels more important […]

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Next steps for

Jul 26th, 2020

Hello   Building something new and fun often takes a team effort. As in Tomi’s storybooks, we are looking to do work together on this.   We are planning a refresh to Tomi’s website. We will begin by making some changes to the News page. Over time we are aiming to do much more – […]

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For all of you at home…

Apr 8th, 2020

Hello We are happy to share with you some Tomi bits and pieces from around the internet with images,  online events and media  to engage with during these days and nights at home.  Here’s our first three for now – more soon Colouring – Tomi’s Icelandic publisher AM Forlag have kindly shared these lovely colouring […]

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‘Non-Stop’ The New Picture Book by Tomi Ungerer – German, French and English editions announced.

Feb 28th, 2020

It’s been 7 long years since Tomi’s last picture book (Fog Island 2012) and so it’s a special moment when the publication of a new children’s book comes along. Non-Stop has a story so rivetting for today’s world while it shows that special dedication to design and layout that one has come to expect from […]

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Zeit Magazine – Special Issue Launch – Frankfurt, Germany.

Nov 4th, 2019

October 15 – Launched during the Frankfurt Buchmesse at Le Petite Royal restaurant in the City, Christophe Amend, the magazine’s editor hosted a special event and friendly Q and A with Aria Ungerer on the Zeit Magazine edition devoted to Tomi Ungerer and his work. The informal and stand up conversation covered questions over working […]

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The Army Of Shovels – Jardin Des Tuileries, Paris.

Oct 18th, 2019

October, Paris, 2019 In conjunction with Fiacparis and the Galerie Vallios Tomi’s sculpture piece “An Army of shovels” (with over 100 objects) was on show in the Jardin De Tuileries as part of the Hors Les Murs exhibition series that took place this autumn. For over thirty years, both as an artist and as a […]

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The Beastly Boy – Tomi in the Virginia Quarterly Review

Sep 29th, 2019

In the fall 2019 issue of the Virginia quarterly review, you’ll find the marvelous Lisa Brown, illustrator and writer publishing her fascinating part-mini biography, part personal memoir and essay on writing and illustrating . It contains written and sketched recollections from snippets of Tomi’s life and work and how (she calls herself an acolyte of Tomi) […]

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Summer in the City

Jul 29th, 2019

Strasbourg, France. July 2019 A vibrant summer of events are now taking place centred around Tomi’s work and private collections in Strasbourg, with two shows currently on view and also being honoured as part of a special “slow-life” illumination project called Hortus that features images from Jean De La Lune along the riverside buildings projected […]

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We’re back but never really went away…

May 14th, 2019

It’s been just over three months since Tomi left us – an intense time for all and a period of reflection and memories. You may have noticed things here have paused for a moment online,  but now we’re back and looking forward to all that comes next. In a very Tomi way of working things […]

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Don’t Hope, Cope: The Many Lives of Tomi Ungerer 1931 -2019

Feb 11th, 2019

Tomi Ungerer was a children’s book creator, an illustrator, a writer, a graphic designer, an architect, a satirist, a sculptor and the maker of the most idiosyncratic collages. He was a father and a farmer, a joker and a teacher, a fighter for sexual freedom and a realist. And, with his unstoppable and most demanding […]

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