Julia Bereciartu

Illustrator

About Julia Bereciartu

Julia Bereciartu (a.k.a. Juliabe) is a Spanish illustrator, born in 1980 in the northern city of San Sebastian. From an early age, she spent most of her time drawing, even if that meant using markers on her parents' new couch. She also loved reading books and dreamed of painting the illustrations that accompanied them when she grew up. She now lives in Madrid with her partner and their ginger cat, and has fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming an illustrator. Julia works for clients such as American Girl, Google, Cartoon Network and Simon & Schuster, and loves giving life to quirky, sassy characters and the occasional fluffy pet.

Recent activity

10 months ago

Out now! Welcome to Ballet School by Ashley Bouder, illustrated by Julia Bereciartu. Published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
Ashley Bouder and Julia Bereciartu

1 year ago

On this day in 1990, the British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher stood down. If you're into politics, try Power to the Princess by Vita Murrow. Published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
Margaret Thatcher

1 year ago

Power to the Princess is a wonderful book for your children. Published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
National Princess Day (US)

1 year ago

#VisibleWomen is back! Hi there! I'm Julia Bereciartu (a.k.a juliabe), Spanish illustrator and crazy cat lady. I work mostly on children's publishing, and love drawing women and furry creatures 💖 ✨ juliabe.cominstagram.com/juliabesociety6.com/juliabe pic.twitter.com/SH22MrMveR
Julia Bereciartu

1 year ago

Kindness is such an important part of daily life. High-Five to the Hero by Vita Murrow from Frances Lincoln Children's Books is the perfect book to share this with kids.
World Kindness Day

1 year ago

Today is World Ballet Day, why not read Ballet School.

1 year ago

Ballet School is a beautiful story about Ballet. By Ashley Bouder, published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
World Ballet Day

1 year ago

Power to the Princess, with so many different girls in books, why not read this one! By Vita Murrow, published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
International Day of the Girl