#BelieveInMagic Day 5: Shazam, by Rebecca Rhodin


Rebecca Rhodin is an eastern Pennsylvania born and raised illustrator who resides west of Allentown. She is earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in Illustration with C.F. Payne at the University of Hartford.

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Rebecca has also worked as a writer and editor. She took illustration courses at Parsons School of Design while employed as a journalist in New York.

Rebecca is very proud of her two sons. Gianni is currently studying penguins with a biology lab along the Atlantic Coast of Argentina, and Paolo is working at a Utah ski resort, where he hosts a Monday night radio show.

Her husband Marc likes yard sales and is amassing a fortune worth of knickknacks in the basement. Brag, brag, brag.

Rebecca’s website, featuring both traditional and digital children’s artwork, is http://www.rhodinart.com.

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4 Responses to #BelieveInMagic Day 5: Shazam, by Rebecca Rhodin

  1. This makes me think of Dixit cards! I love the “I want to know more of what’s happening” feeling. Thanks for sharing this image with us.

  2. Kim Briggs says:

    So cute! I really enjoy this image! thanks for contributing!

  3. Kristen C.S. says:

    I love how each of the simple elements set the perfect stage for intrigue–from the hanging photo, to the unique shape of the girls, to the bird in the ball and the way the light plays backwards. So cool! =)

  4. That swirly blond hair! That sweet little bob! I love the stylized diversity in this image. The shadows are really dramatic and cool. Would love to know this duo’s story!

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