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Barbara Johansen Newman

Barbara Johansen Newman

Barbara Johansen Newman was a puppeteer and doll artist before shifting gears to become an illustrator in 1982. Since then she has created editorial art for many magazines and newspapers around the country, including the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, the LA Times, and the Miami Herald, as well as art for book covers, advertising, calendars, greeting cards, and corporate reports.

In 1995, Barbara began focusing on creating art for childrens’ books and has since illustrated more than 20 of them. She is also an author and has written and illustrated two of her own books,TEX & SUGAR: A Big City Kitty Ditty and the forthcoming Glamorous Glasses. 

In 2009, Barbara added surface and textile design to her résumé. The designs we feature are from her Really Really Retro® fabric collection, which is based on her love for midcentury kitsch. When Barbara isn’t designing, she is obsessively hunting at antique stores and consignment shops for the vintage collectibles.

“It’s really, really important ‘research’ for ‘Really, Really Retro’,” she says.

In addition to designing cases for Keka, here's more amazing stuff from Barbara Johansen Newman!

Barbara Johansen Newman

Barbara Johansen Newman

Barbara Johansen Newman was a puppeteer and doll artist before shifting gears to become an illustrator in 1982. Since then she has created editorial art for many magazines and newspapers around the country, including the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, the LA Times, and the Miami Herald, as well as art for book covers, advertising, calendars, greeting cards, and corporate reports.

In 1995, Barbara began focusing on creating art for childrens’ books and has since illustrated more than 20 of them. She is also an author and has written and illustrated two of her own books,TEX & SUGAR: A Big City Kitty Ditty and the forthcoming Glamorous Glasses. 

In 2009, Barbara added surface and textile design to her résumé. The designs we feature are from her Really Really Retro® fabric collection, which is based on her love for midcentury kitsch. When Barbara isn’t designing, she is obsessively hunting at antique stores and consignment shops for the vintage collectibles.

“It’s really, really important ‘research’ for ‘Really, Really Retro’,” she says.

In addition to designing cases for Keka, here's more amazing stuff from Barbara Johansen Newman!

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