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Vespersongs: Illustration by Vesper Stamper

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vespersongs

Vespersongs: Illustration by Vesper Stamper

20 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   For fifteen years, Vesper Stamper has worked as an illustrator in a wide range of subjects from children's books to album covers. Her work is inspired by her parallel career as a singer and musician in the band Ben + Vesper, on the Sounds Familyre label.

Her book with fellow musician Stephen Roach (Songs of Water), "Satchel Willoughby and the Realm of Lost Things" (2010), was a top five finalist in the NAESP Book of the Year contest. Her book with Allison Flannery, "In the Hall of the Mountain King" (Samizdat, 2013), is a setting of Ibsen and Grieg's play/composition which enhances elementary music education. Vesper is the recipient of the 2012 Lincoln City Fellowship for her in-progress wordless graphic novel set in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

Vesper graduated from Parsons School of Design with a BFA in illustration, with honors, under the instruction of fellow SCBWI member Pat Cummings, who continues to be a mentor.

Vesper lives in the NYC area with her husband, filmmaker Ben Stamper, and her two fairy children, who are experts in taking a backyard full of dirt and making it a world of wonders.

Announcement

For fifteen years, Vesper Stamper has worked as an illustrator in a wide range of subjects from children's books to album covers. Her work is inspired by her parallel career as a singer and musician in the band Ben + Vesper, on the Sounds Familyre label.

Her book with fellow musician Stephen Roach (Songs of Water), "Satchel Willoughby and the Realm of Lost Things" (2010), was a top five finalist in the NAESP Book of the Year contest. Her book with Allison Flannery, "In the Hall of the Mountain King" (Samizdat, 2013), is a setting of Ibsen and Grieg's play/composition which enhances elementary music education. Vesper is the recipient of the 2012 Lincoln City Fellowship for her in-progress wordless graphic novel set in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

Vesper graduated from Parsons School of Design with a BFA in illustration, with honors, under the instruction of fellow SCBWI member Pat Cummings, who continues to be a mentor.

Vesper lives in the NYC area with her husband, filmmaker Ben Stamper, and her two fairy children, who are experts in taking a backyard full of dirt and making it a world of wonders.

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Kim and Joseph Petrie

Kim and Joseph Petrie on Dec 3, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

These note cards were beautiful, even better than expected!

Anonymous on Oct 4, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

We LOVE this outfit! Thanks!

Anonymous on May 20, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

The craftmanship is amazing!

Anonymous on May 20, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

So cute and so well made. Will be looking for more!

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There and Back Again

I started my shop a while back to branch out of my studio work and sell handmade children's clothes and handbags featuring my embroidery. Now that I am all sold out, I'm excited to feature my actual day-job work--illustrations as prints or miniature originals.

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  • Vesper Stamper

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Illustrator

    Here, dear art-lover, you may discover both prints and originals of my work. I am an illustrator for all sorts of things, but my heart and soul are for deep, truthful picture books of the fairy tale species. Enjoy!

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