Radovedko (eng.: Curious Kid) is a kids magazine published by HiBird Books. It is a shortcut to knowledge for little explorers - for children above 5 years, parents, lovers of illustration, and the curious at heart. Readers learn about the selected theme, which is the common thread of each individual issue of the magazine.
The theme of the 1st issue is Mythological Creatures & Monsters. Radovedko is an illustrated children’s learning guide: an educative leaflet with creative tasks and from another side the poster when the leaflet is completely unfolded.
The poster in the 1st issue is a board game called The Monster Labyrinth, which takes children and their parents on a journey with the wonders and creatures from the world's treasury of fairy tales. Radovedko encourages visual memory with pictograms, illustrations, and design. Some design decisions are intended to help kids with reading and a better understanding of the content. The leaflet together with the attachments is packed in a printed letter envelope made of recycled materials. The project was supported by the Ministry of Culture in Slovenia.
Hana Jesih (b. 1990) is an illustrator and book designer. She is the co-founder and art director of the publishing house HiBird Books. She achieved MA of Visual Communication Design at the University of Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and Design in 2016. She works mainly in the field of culture and creates author projects, especially in the field of illustration and book design. In 2022, she designed the author's project Radovedko, Bližnjica do znanja (a collection of educational and activity leaflets and posters for children) with the support of the Ministry of Culture. She illustrated the picture book Fant iz papirja, for which she received Special recognition for the new path for innovation, in addition to a nomination for the Kristina Brenkova award for original Slovenian picture book 2021. Together with co-author Peter Plantan, she designed the book Gamebook and received quite a few awards and recognitions for it (2nd prize in the Graphic Design category, Zagreb Design Week 2020, Brumen Recognition for Excellent Slovenian Design 2019 and some others). In 2017 she designed and illustrated the artist's book Impresije, Ljubljana/Istanbul, which was exhibited at a few group and solo exhibitions. Her notable works are also her master's thesis, J.P. Sartre: No Exit - book design and animation, and her graduation thesis, Albert Camus: The Stranger - artists book, for which she received the Award of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design.