|Education||Academy of Fine Arts, Ljubljana|
|Known for||illustrating, Animation|
|Children's books illustrations, animated films|
|Awards|| Levstik Award |
1988 for Račka Puhačka and Rastoče težave Jadrana Krta
1999 for Enci benci na kamenci
Zvonko Čoh (born 7 August 1956) is a Slovene painter, illustrator, and animator, best known as the co-author (together with Milan Erič) of the first Slovene animated feature length film (i.e. the 1998 Socialization of a Bull).He has illustrated over thirty books for children and teenagers and made over twenty short animated films.
Čoh was born in Celje in 1956. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana in 1980 and has since worked as a free-lance artist. As an illustrator he collaborates with many publishers in Slovenia and his illustrations also appear in magazines for children and young readers.He has made a number of short animated films and in 1998 he also created the first Slovene feature length animated film titled Socializacija bika? (Socialisation of a Bull) with the artist Milan Erič.
He won the Levstik Award twice, in 1988 for his illustrations in Račka Puhačka and Rastoče težave Jadrana Krta (The Fluffy Duckling and The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole) and in 1999 for his illustrations for the book children's folk limericks Enci benci na kamenci.
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