Lina DŪDAITĖ

A WORD FROM THE AUTHOR

When drawing, I have no particular plan or result to be achieved. I simply do what I enjoy doing, that’s how I live; and when I’m finished, the result already belongs to the viewer. From there on, my drawing starts another life, which no longer depends on me…

Born: July 16, 1974, Kaunas, Lithuania.

1991 Finished Kaunas J. Naujalis Art School.

1998 Majored in Graphic design, Kaunas Art Institute.

She currently works as a freelance designer and illustrator.

CONTACTS

Kaunas, Lithuania

Email: dudkey@gmail.com

www.dudaite.com

FIELDS OF ACTIVITY

Book illustration, graphic design.

EXHIBITIONS

Book Illustration Triennial, Tallin, Estonia, 2009 .

Biennial of Illustration Bratislava (BIB), Slovak Republic, 2009.

"Illustrarium: Contemporary Lithuanian Children’s Book Illustration", Bologna children's book fair, Italy, 2011.

Travelling exhibition "Contemporary Lithuanian Children’s Book Illustration", Italy, USA, Belgium, Luxembourg, 2013.

AWARDS

2010 Dūdaitė was put on IBBY’s List of Honour for her illustrations to the book The Seagull and the Cat Who Showed It How to Fly (Apie žuvėdrą ir katiną, kuris išmokė ją skraidyti), Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

2009 Diploma for the illustrations to the book The Seagull and the Cat Who Showed It How to Fly (Apie žuvėdrą ir katiną, kuris išmokė ją skraidyti), Tallinn Triennial, Estonia.

2009 IBBY Lithuanian Section diploma for the Most Beautiful Book of the Year 2009 - The Elfin Family (Kaukučių šeimynėlė), Vilnius, Lithuania.

2012 Premium of The Most Beautiful Lithuanian Books Competition for her illustrations to the book The Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales (Pasakos. Broliai Grimai ), Lithuania.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Žmogonai (The Mennyms): [story], Sylvia Waugh, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2012.

Pasakos. Broliai Grimai (The Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales): [fairy-tales], Vilnius: Alma littera, 2011.

Kaukų šeimynėlė (The Elfin Family): [fairy-tale], Gintaras Beresnevičius, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2009.

Apie žuvėdrą ir katiną, kuris išmokė ją skraidyti (The Seagull and the Cat Who Showed It How to Fly): [fairy-tale], Luis Sepulveda, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2008.

Sikstenas (Sixten): [story], Ulf Stark, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2007.

Kaukučiai ir varinis šernas (The Elfins and a Copper Boar): [fairy-tale], Gintaras Beresnevičius, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2007.