Gabrielle Djanogly is the author of Sign Here...Twenty-Two Unofficially Official Pull-Out Forms for Dreams, Pets, Pocket Money, Feelings, Secrets and So Much More (Prestel, September 2018), The Bowie Man (Sympathetic Press, 2018), both illustrated by Adèle Mildred and seven poems for A Liberty Christmas (Harper Collins, 2018).
Gabrielle studied English Literature at Goldsmiths before embarking on an entirely unrelated career in millinery. Affectionately known as ‘Queen of the Veils’, she is the co-founder of Hood, an online millinery collective.
Gabrielle is represented by PEW Literary For millinery & veils please visit HOOD
Sign Here ... Twenty-Two Unofficially Official Pull-Out Forms for Dreams, Pets, Pocket Money, Feelings, Secrets and So Much More
Illustrated by Adèle Mildred
A collection of 'forms' to make childhood issues a great deal less awkward and a whole lot more fun. Issued by the Department of Regret, Remorse, and Reconciliation, the United States of Emotions, the Ministry of Dreams, and other indispensable offices, these forms can help kids say some of the tricky stuff. These pull-out forms can be endlessly photocopied – and of course filed away for future reminiscences and chuckles.
The enchanting story of Liberty at Christmas and the store’s iconic carved animals are woven together in this festive colouring book with 70 prints to colour, notes from the designers and exclusive poetry by Gabrielle Djanogly.
A Liberty Christmas, The Owl, The Frog, The Monkey, The bear, The Elephant and The Lionwere commissioned by Liberty in 2018 .
The Bowie Man is a modern day myth with an all time hero - David Bowie. When baby Otelia cries, The Bowie Man visits, speaking in Bowie's legendary song lyrics. The story was sent to Bowie on his birthday, January 8, 2016, just two days before he passed away. With the support and courage of Sympathetic Press, Adèle and I look forward to sharing this book soon.