Orlando is written by Sophie van der Stap for MatchBoox, illustrated by Selwyn Senatori. Orlando is for children, parents, grandparents and children's friends and is about a little toddler ready to contemplate whether he can change shape despite his two bears names.
Sophie van der Stap (1983) is a Dutch writer. After the Barlaeus Gymnasium and traveling she chose political science studies. This was abruptly interrupted when she developed cancer in 2005. Her experiences related to her illness and the fight against it held them to a blog and a diary. She debuted in 2006 with her novel "Girl with nine wigs. In April 2008 "A blue butterfly saying goodbye." In February 2011, her latest book 'What if this is love' appeared. Sophie lives and works in Paris, the film version of 'Girl with nine wigs' came out in 2013.
Selwyn Senatori is a popular Dutch neo-pop artist. Its unique and modern style is a huge international success. He works mainly with acrylic paint on canvas, but also used chalk, brushes and spray cans. He owns a large studio / gallery in the center of Amsterdam called DownTown 75. This New York loft style will take you back to the Pop Art scene of the 80s.