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Herb Glenn Bennett, illustrated the characters of Sacha and the Magic Cookie Maker. Herb is a registered Architect, based in New York, USA. He is a fine artist, Industrial Designer and Inventor with several patents to his credits. He studied at the Institute of Design and Construction and Pratt Institute in New York. He holds a B, Arch degree and is NCARB certified in the US and is registered in New York State.
He is on the faculty of The Fashion Institute of Technology. (SUNY New York), in the communications Department. He directs the LOGGIA research and development, Intellectual property initiative for the promulgation and implementation of environment design and technology.
H. G. is a published poet, an author and a private pilot. His inventions are used by industries in the areas of media development, Architecture, construction, advertising and packaging design. As a fine artist H.G. continues to exhibit widely and is featured in private collection and gallery exhibitions.
In 2005 Herb Bennett designed the set and the Playbill for the production of Sacha on Broadway written by Philip Michael Thomas and Sandi Morais that was co-produced with the Theater of Harlem at the Riverside Church in New York City.
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Imaj Thomas, illustrated all the characters for Sacha and the Magic Cookie Maker Coloring story book in 2001 when she was 11 years-old. She is the youngest daughter of Philip Michael Thomas. Imaj has been drawing since she was 3 years-old. At the age of seven she wrote and illustrated her first book titled Starlight Rose. When she was 9 years-old, her visual illustrations garnered praise from some of the top visual artist in the industry, and she won the best artist award at her elementary school. Imaj always dreamed that one day she would visit France and Italy and be among some of the great artists to develop herself and achieve her goals.
She loves to encourage younger artists and advises them to keep a sketch book, a pencil case, and colored pencils and draw whatever they can imagine. Imaj advice to parents with young children. “Put a pencil in their hand and a sketch pad, and tell them to draw. Make sure the paper is tracing paper. Put a picture under it and help them trace the picture. Do this for a week, then get plain paper and put the pencil into their hand and let them draw. You will see great improvements.” I would like to thank my daddy and mommy for all their help.
Imaj is currently a country singer. She released her first country album in 2012 followed by her second album America’s Sweetheart in 2016. She has been featured on ABC Good Morning Texas, ABC WFAA’s Nightly News, Fox News: Deco Drive and The Dallas Morning News. She was also a special guest singer for some well known country music stars such as Collin Raye, Billy Dean, Gretchen Wilson and LeAnn Rimes.
For more information visit: www.loveimaj.com