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About Eda Kaban
Her work can be seen in a variety of publications. She has worked with clients such as Penguin Random House, Chronicle Books, Scholastic, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Simon & Schuster, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal and The Village Voice among others. Her illustrations have been recognized by Society of Illustrators, Creative Quarterly and 3X3. She is represented by Shannon Associates and she continues to search for stories through love, laughter, and observations of the people around her.
When she is not drawing, you can find her climbing some rocks, or biking the hills of the Bay Area. She currently resides in San Francisco happily with her husband, where they continually water their plants too much.
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