Hello! It’s me.
Lalalimola is the pseudonym of the Spanish illustrator Sandra Navarro. She lives and works in Barcelona.
Born in Valencia in 1984, Sandra has two Bachelor’s Degrees, one in Advertising (2002-2007) and another in Fine Arts (2007-2012). She worked as a graphic designer for five years until she decided to focus her career on illustration.
Besides, she worked as a teacher at the Polytechnic University of Valencia in the Drawing Department of Fine Arts (2014-2015).
Amongst other recognitions, she was selected for the Critica Award Serra D’Or in the Children’s Books category in 2018, the Illustrators Exhibition in the Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2016 and the Fifth Ibero-American Illustration Catalog 2014.
Sandra works for international publishers, newspapers, magazines and advertising agencies.
Her list of clients includes Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Oxford University Press, Pearson, QED Publishing, APEX Experience Magazine, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, El País Newspaper, Scoop magazine, Anorak magazine, magazine Georges, GroupM, UNICEF, Specsavers, Barcelona City Council and many more.
Matchstick Monkey. Colours: A finger-trail adventure, Penguin Random House, London, 2018.
Noodle Head, written by Giles Andreae, Penguin Random House, London, 2018.
L’orso che non aveva mai voglia di fare nulla, written by Davide Cali, La Spiga Edizioni, Italy, 2018.
Can You Tickle a Tiger’s Tummy?, written by Sue Nicholson, QED Publishing, London, 2018.
Can You Touch a Rainbow?, written by Sue Nicholson, QED Publishing, London, 2018.
A Home for Gully, written by Jo Clegg, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2017.
¿Quién hay dentro?, written by Mar Benegas, Combel, Barcelona, 2017.
Vovô Gagà, written by Márcia Abreu, Editora Moderna, São Paulo, 2016.
The Great Chocoplot, written by Chris Callaghan, Chicken House, Frome – Somerset, 2016.
If Everything Were Pink, written by Hannah Eliot, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2015.
If Everything Were Blue, written by Hannah Eliot, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2015.
Le pondremos un bigote, written by Mar Benegas, Combel, Barcelona, 2015.