Lalalimola is the pseudonym of Spanish illustrator Sandra Navarro (Valencia, 1984).
Her work has grown constantly from her first years illustrating children’s picture books to the present creating full of life, witty and funny editorial and advertising pieces. With her minimal, expressive and vigorous strokes combined with touches of colour, she can thrill, narrate and make people smile.
Sandra has Bachelor’s Degrees in Advertising and Fine Arts. She worked as a graphic designer until she decided to focus her career on illustration.
Moreover, she has taught in the Drawing Department of Fine Arts at Polytechnic University of Valencia.
Her work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Latin American Illustration, Iberoamérica Ilustra and Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
Sandra works for international publishers, newspapers, magazines, and advertising agencies.
Monthly, she collaborates with Vanity Fair.
Her list of clients includes The New Yorker, LA Times, New York Magazine, El País, The Telegraph, The New York Times, Die Zeit, SZ Magazin, Monocle, Architectural Digest, GQ, Vanity Fair, Bon Appétit, Harvard Business Review, Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Oxford University Press, UNICEF, Hunter Boots, Warby Parker, Specsavers, Fortnum & Mason, and The Berkeley Hotel, amongst others.
Guía Hedonista, written by Jesús Terrés, CulturPlaza, Valencia, 2020.
¿Ésta bien pegar a un nazi?, written by Jaime Rubio Hancock, Libros del K.O., Spain, 2019.
Dos Viejos Caballeros, written by Toño Malpica, Ediciones SM, Spain, 2018.
Matchstick Monkey. Colours: A finger-trail adventure, Penguin Random House, London, 2018.
Noodle Head, written by Giles Andreae, Penguin Random House, 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.