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Elephant, giraffe or stork

There is nothing impossible, as is demonstrated by the protagonist of Elephant, Giraffe or Stork, an picture album that Estelí Meza has illustrated in the Kalimat publishing house (Arab Emirates).

Fundación Cadete's calendar

Estelí Meza illustrated the Fundación Cadete's solidarity calendar. It represents the milestones of improvement that a child with a disability faces throughout his life.

Christmas Cards with Correos

Correos congratulate us the next festivities with its collection of
Christmas Cards 2018, illustrated this year by Anuska Allepuz, Estelí Meza, Jacobo Muñiz, Juan Palomino, Laura Pérez and Laura Wächter.


Estelí Meza has been selected in the catalog of the International Children's Book Fair of Mexico (FILIJ). Congratularions!

68 voices

Estelí Meza participates in
68 voces - 68 corazones (68 voices - 68 hearts), project by Gabriela Badillo / Hola Combo with the support of institutions and television channels in Mexico, which collects indigenous stories in animated pieces.


Nexos magazine interviews the Romanian writer Mircea Cărtărescu, winner of the Formentor de las Letras 2018 Prize, and offers a preview of his next book, after the very celebrated Solenoid. All with the illustrations of Estelí Meza.

Stories and legends from Latin America

The anthology compiled by Gloria Cecilia Díaz with the illustrations by Estelí Meza, published by Anaya, guide us through stories and legends that take us by the hand along the paths of the ancestral imagination of Latin Americans.


Estelí Meza illustrated a special dossier, fot
Nexos magazine, about the different types of violence (sexual, labor, psychological ...) that plague Mexico.

Estelí Meza illustrated a Doodle for International Women’s Day 2018

Google has invited twelve illustrators from all over the world, including Estelí Meza, to cellebration of International Women's Day with a Doodle in which everyone has a personal story.

Arab legends

Protecting the oral tradition of Arab legends is the objective of the book published by the
Institut du Monde Arabe. Estelí Meza illustrated the story El vaso encantado, while Flavia Zorrilla illustrated El leñador y el genio.

Sol Undurraga won a Mention on Iberoamerica Ilustra Catalog

Iberamérica Ilustra Catalog have good news. At its eighth edition, the jury has awarded wit a Mention to Sol Undurraga and has also selected to Estelí Meza. Congratulations!!


The animals and the city is the backbone of the June issue of the magazine
Nexos. Estelí Meza illustrated the cover and two articles inside.

Estelí Meza, mention at Sharjah

Estelí Meza recently received her honorable mention at the Sharjah Exhibition for Children's Book Illustrations of the United Arab Emirates. Congratulations!!

¿En dónde viven?

A book, written by Sergio de Régules and illustrated by Estelí Meza on
Fondo de Cultura Económica, which awakens the curiosity of the little ones to know how the houses of the different animals are.

Calendar Nomad 2017

"Time doesn't forgive", Calendar Nomad 2017 reminds us at this collective publication in which Estelí Meza and Flavia Zorrilla participate.

Adiós a los cuentos de hadas

"I like to spend time alone, look at the ceiling and think, just think ... Sing songs ... Imagine that I travel ...", tells
the protagonists of Adiós a los cuentos de hadas (Bye to the fairy tales), published by Ediciones El Naranjo), with text by Elizabeth Cruz Madrid and illustrations by Estelí Meza.


Mexico City is illuminated these days with the 36 FILIJ (International Fair of Children and Youth Book), from 11 to 21 November, whose poster signs Juan Palomino. Among the busy schedule we find the presentation of the latest works by Estelí Meza, Álex Herrerías and Palomino.

Invitemos a leer

Estelí Meza won Honorable Mention in the XXVIII National Poster Contest Invitemos a leer promoted by FILIJ-Mexico. Congratulations!!

FILIJ's catallogue

Estelí Meza, with Serenata, and Alex Herrerías, with Corre, armadillo, corre, have been selected by the XXVI Catálogo de Ilustradores de Publicaciones Infantiles y Juveniles promoted by Feria Internacional del Libro Infantil y Juvenil from Mexico (FILIJ).

Welcome, Estelí Meza!

Esteli Meza (México, 1980) won the XVIII International Book Award Illustrated Children and Youth in 2013 for her book FILIJ Anguish. She won an honorable mention in the catalog of Illustrators of Children and Youth Publications in 2012.
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