Ceri & Deri, Max Low, Graffeg

Max Low

Max Low is an Illustration graduate of Hereford College of Arts. In 2017, he was shortlisted for the Penguin Random House Student Design Award. He has since produced work for Moonpig, Anorak Magazine and The Hay Festival.

In 2017 he was selected by bestselling children’s author Nicola Davies to illustrate Bee Boy and the Moonflowers, the penultimate tale in Graffeg’s Shadows and Light series.

The Ceri & Deri series are his first solo authored and illustrated works. Good to be Sweet and No Time for Clocks were published in August 2018 and Build a Birdhouse and The Treasure Map followed in April 2019.

Max Low


Ceri & Deri, Max Low, Graffeg, Build A Birdhouse

Ceri & Deri: Build a Birdhouse

When Ceri and Deri find a homeless bird, they decide to make a house for it. They have great fun designing the perfect house, but will they be able to build it?

ISBN 9781912213733
Publication 18 April 2019

Ceri & Deri: The Treasure Map

When Ceri is given an old pirate map, the two friends follow the directions in search of the treasure with help from their friends, gardener Glesni, optician Owain and farmer Ffion. But what treasure will they find?

ISBN 9781912213764
Publication 18 April 2019

Ceri & Deri, Max Low, Graffeg, Good to be Sweet

Ceri & Deri: Good to be Sweet

When Ceri and Deri are given a bag of sweets to share, their friend Dai the Duck helps them divide the sweets between them with unexpected results!

ISBN 9781912213757
Publication August 2018

Ceri & Deri, Max Low, Graffeg, No Time for Clocks

Ceri & Deri: No Time for Clocks

When Deri arrives late for lunch one day, their friend little Gwen explains what a clock is and how it can help them organise their day.

ISBN 9781912213740
Publication August 2018

Bee Boy and the Moonflowers

Written by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Max Low. Azin and his nomadic family rely upon the Moonflowers to keep them alive. When his elders are taken ill, young Azin is left to guide the bees to these rare flowers and return with their precious honey, but he is not the only one seeking out their magic…

ISBN 9781910862513
Publication November 2018


jason korsner, max low

Graffeg sign four-book deal with Jason Korsner

Graffeg is delighted to announce a four-book deal with BBC radio broadcaster, film critic, filmmaker and photographer Jason Korsner. Rhyming picture books I Like to Put My Food in My Welly illustrated by Max Low and What can you see? illustrated by Hannah Rounding are both publishing in October 2019. Story books The Bogey Boy and The Mittens with No Thumbs will publish in 2020.

gaspard the fox, james mayhew, zeb soanes

Graffeg Authors and Illustrators celebrate World Book Day 7 March 2019

Graffeg authors and illustrators are celebrating World Book Day 2019 with special events taking place in Cambridge and Wales.