Masha D’yans is an award-winning artist, author, and illustrator who wears many hats, mostly of her own design. She has a line of watercolor greeting cards inspired by the marvels of nature, fairy tales, anything that blows her socks off, and her refusal to grow up. Bursting with colorful washes and delicate details, Masha’s distinctive work rapidly gained a following, leading to debuts in Barneys New York, Louis Boston, and Neiman Marcus. Today, her cards can be found in shops the world over. She also styles and designs clothing, as well as a range of products including MoMA’s renowned pop-up cards and calendars for Rizzoli. Her work has been featured in numerous movies and TV shows such as Funny People and The Kids Are Alright. Masha’s literary portfolio includes book covers like All We Have Left by Wendy Mills, picture books such as A Poem as Big as New York City and Razzle-Dazzle Ruby (which she illustrated, wrote, and paper-engineered), and the coloring book Color Me Enchanted. Originally from Europe, she holds a BFA from Cooper Union. Masha now lives in Los Angeles, California.