Noah Grigni is a freelance artist and trans activist living in Boston. Their professional work ranges from vibrant children’s book illustrations, to meticulous anatomical drawings, to promotional art for non-profits. Influenced by queer futurism, magical realism, dreams, and the subconscious, Noah’s art imagines a radically inclusive future through a surrealist lens. Through art, Noah hopes to uplift voices fighting for change, make space for reflection and healing, and create a source of comfort in an uncomfortable world. Their art is a celebration of trans joy and softness, in the face of systemic violence. Noah believes in art as a means of healing from trauma and manifesting transformative change, at both individual and collective scales. They are interested in independent creative projects that promote action towards mutual liberation. Anti-cop and pro-abolition, always.
Noah is the illustrator of It Feels Good To Be Yourself by Theresa Thorn, The Every Body Book by Rachel Simon, The Ship We Built by Lexie Bean, and The Gender Identity Workbook For Kids by Kelly Storck. They graduated from Lesley University in 2018, with a BFA in illustration and a minor in creative writing. Their past clients include Macmillan, Penguin Random House, Audible, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, New Harbinger Press, Boston Pride, Southern Fried Queer Pride, Transmasculinidad, Float Boston, The Verb Hotel, and others.
Are you looking for an illustrator? Say hi, don’t be shy! Noah is represented by Kelly Sonnack of Andrea Brown Literary Agency. For book-related work, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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