Climate-Smart Farming in African Drylands: wordless book
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I was hired by a social enterprise called Ojoba Collective for a very interesting and rewarding project funded by Lush Cosmetics. “Climate-Smart Farming in African Drylands” is wordless book about new methods for sustenance farming in Northern Ghana. The book is both a story and instruction manual, a graphic novel and an infographic. Illustrating this 28-page booklet has been in turns challenging, inspirational, and rewarding.

Rachelle Meyer
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)64 186 13 81

I'm an American illustrator living in Amsterdam. My work has been used for best-selling authors such as Dave Eggers, Audrey Niffenegger, and Nick Ortner, and I work for publishers … Show more.

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Profile updated 21st September, 2021
Member since 27th February, 2014
Kinderjury 2018, Nominated Hotze de Roosprijs 2018, Finalist Alexander Patterson Cappon Fiction Prize
HELLO Amsterdam, Time Out Amsterdam, Harper Collins, Hogeschool Utrecht, de Vier Windstreken, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, DOLhouse Creative Agency, Sixpenny Magazine, LITo…
Thank you so much for not only sharing your wonderful art with us, but also using your talent for capturing TEDxAmsterdam! It was a genuine pleasure to work with you.
— Kitty Leering, Producer, TEDxAmsterdam