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Friel, Helen

Since graduating in 2009 from Central Saint Martins, with a first class degree in Graphic Design, Helen Friel has been working as a freelance Paper Engineer. Helen both hand cuts and uses technology to produce her pieces. Bridging the gap between two and three dimensions is central to her design practice as well as producing pieces that involve and evoke emotion in the audience. Many of her pieces are stage sets in miniature, creating worlds with layers of card and paper. They are often influenced by an off-beat sense of humour that captions the delicate cut-outs. Her work has been featured in books Papercraft and Papercraft 2. Working from her studio in South London, Helen has produced work for clients including: Vogue UK, Vanity Fair UK, Time, Tatler UK, Tatler Asia, Harrods Magazine, MOO and Men’s Health.

Howell, Sarah

Sarah Howell works mainly with figurative and fashion imagery. Collaborating with photographers, she initiates a work with a collage base, and then scans drawings and paintings with various mixed media techniques to create a textured artwork. This sees photographic collage smattered with graffiti and energized by vivid illustration, creating a dark, often edgy but always beautiful and bright result. Sarah is originally from Sydney, where she studied a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting. To date, Sarah has had her work featured in many magazines including the Face, Grafik, Tank, Oyster and Gloss, Flaunt, Digit, Computer Arts, Observer Magazine, Maxim, 125 and Dedicate and Illustrated Ape. She has worked closely with record companies such as EMI, Polydor and Universal/ Island and GSL creating album covers and flyers and has also worked closely with the bands art directing and creating stage designs and merchandise. Commissions also include Penguin Books and Orange, Siemens phones, Nike, Bodyshop, Diet Coke, Vodaphone VH1 and MTV and the Grammy Awards, Luella Bartley, PPQ, Topshop and London Fashion Week. She has also created campaigns for Nokia, Martini, Jameson, Procter and Gamble to name a few.

Prades, Simon

Simon Prades, born in 1985 into a german/spanish family is living in Saarbrücken, Germany with his wife and son.Since finishing University with a diploma in Graphic Design, he has been working as a freelance illustrator for clients in Editorial, Publishing, Sports, Advertising and Film.

Simon works in analog techniques, such as ink, pencils or watercolor but also digitally, depending on the subject. His work is often a combination of detailed and complex drawings and narrative ideas. Depending on the subject his illustrations can also be rough, spontaneous and moody. He also creates slightly animated versions of his illustrations, which can be used in digital publishing and media.

Simon has worked for clients such as:The New York Times, The New Yorker, HarperCollins, Bloomberg, The Atlantic, Scientific American, Rolling Stone Magazine, Medium.com, The Guardian, New Statesman, VICE, The New Republic, Der Spiegel, Cicero Magazin, Esquire, Empire Magazine, Entertainment weekly, Nike, Ubisoft, BBDO, Ogilvy & Mather, Serviceplan and Y&R.

Morgan, Patrick

Patrick started his career as a freelance designer after gaining a Degree in Graphics and Illustration with Commendations for Print Making at Kingston University (London) in 1998. Patrick has done high profile work for global clients including: Transport of London, Cingular, Starbucks, Bacardi, Smirnoff, Coca-Cola and Waitrose, which has resulted in him having to work in Japan, Spain, Italy and the USA as well as London, and having his work appear in many more countries across USA, Europe and Asia. This work and exposure has resulted in Patrick's work being has been short-listed for and receiving commendations for a number of awards, including the Marketing Week Design Award for Corporate Design and Illustration, and the Design and Art Direction Award for Corporate Design and Illustration. (Most notably as a result of his work on the Selfridges Annual Report 2003.) He is also regularly featured in Creative review and the UK design press. On top of all of this Patrick has for the last 2 years been a university tutor, passing his skills onto the next generation of up and coming illustration graduates at the Istituto Marangoni – the prestigious Milan founded Fashion University. Patrick's most recent assignments find him as a spokesman for Hewlett Packard Arts Council and consultant for HP on the development of the HP 130 Large Format.

Von Ulrich, Mark

Mark Von Ulrich earned his BA in design and Illustration from Columbus college of art and design in Columbus, Ohio. He works in the editorial, advertising and publishing fields. Selected clients include Harvard Business, Electronic Business, Playboy and Barnes & Noble. Riley Illustration is his representative.

Grundy, Peter

Tilly Northedge and Peter Grundy set up Grundy & Northedge in 1980 because they were both interested in information design. Firstly because it was a totally un-glamorous area of the business which they thought they could change, and secondly because it was less about selling things and more about explaining things which seemed a lot more interesting.
Grundy & Northedge spent twenty six years making information visually interesting and in the process developed a way of drawing simple images to illustrate ideas that became their signature. They called it iconography, pictures that provide information and explain complex things.
When Tilly left design in 2006 Peter Grundy renamed the studio ‘Grundini’ with the intent of more extensive iconographic experimentation, not only for the clients who were in effect already there, but newly for customers, people who would see his work and buy one for there home, office or elsewhere.
Peter Grundy's previous clients include Shell Oil, Moet & Chandon, Royal Mail, The Guardian G2, The Red Bull F1 Team, Men's Health, South West Trains, Hampton Court Palace and Volkswagen.

Crawford, Susan

After giving marine biology a try in college, Susan decided to fall back on a more stable and lucrative profession: illustration. With her artist/writer husband Allen Crawford, she formed Plankton Art Company in 1999. Susan's stylized, graceful forms are largely inspired by nature and mid-century modernism. She has worked for Target, Warner Bros., Chronicle Books, Knopf, Ride Snowboards, Hasbro, National Geographic Kids Magazine, Discovery Channel and The Smithsonian National Zoo. The most ambitious project she's ever worked on was a series of 400 hand-rendered identification key illustrations of fish, plants and other undersea creatures for The American Museum of Natural History's Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, where her drawings are on permanent display. Susan's paintings and drawings have been exhibited at numerous galleries, most notably Jonathan LeVine Gallery in Chelsea. She lives in a historic Quaker town in Central New Jersey, where she often goes on kayak trips in the Pine Barrens to look for tree frogs and orchids.

Baker, Andrew

Andrew Baker is a successful practicing illustrator, with a strong reputation in editorial illustration and poster design. He won a Gold Award for Editorial illustrator from the Association of Illustrators in 2003, and his work has been featured in the Design, New Media and Editorial sections of the AOI Images Annual and in the D&AD annual. His work is seen in most serious newspapers and magazines, from The Guardian to New Scientist, and in on-line environments, shop windows and on posters and book covers. He is primarily concerned with using images for storytelling or conveying messages. Drawing, colour, a love for ephemera and an eye for retro design inform his work. Projects are started with drawing and completed using illustrator and Photoshop in a distinctive way. Much of his work is designed to be seen in sequential form, for example sequences of images for The Economist or the BBC web-site, but he remains passionate about the power of the single key image. Andrew Baker is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and teaches part-time on the illustration course at Middlesex University. He recently curated the SHED exhibition and contributed to Steady Gigs, The Charity Shop Compendium and Doodlearth. Recent clients include: BBH, The Guardian, The Times, Barclays Bank, The Economist, The Radio Times, Diageo, The Spinvox, Harvard Business Review, The Mail on Sunday magazine, Dorling Kindersley, Lloyds, Readers Digest books, The Telegraph, Esterson Associates, Kings College.

Beauregard, Christiane

Christiane Beauregard seems to possess limitless capacity to bring virtual images to life. From delicate emotions to complex technological data.. Christiane is always striving to express her passions through her digital art. Her beginnings in the design department of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation were important in her artistic evolution. At the outset of the 90's she discovered computers and a certain affinity with vectors. Seduced by these voluptuous curves she adopted this as her principal mode of expression. She also took an interest in animation which let her explore the intersection of traditional and new technology. When she is not drawing she participates in exhibitions or she pursues workshops in theater and dance which are for her a real source of inspiration and creative motivation. www.christianebeauregard.com

Wilson, Joe

Leicester-born Joe Wilson studied at Leeds Metropolitan University, Graduating with a bachelor of arts degree in Graphic Arts and Design in 2007. After a lifetime of drawing and doodling Joe Wilson became serious about being an artist at an early age and has left himself 'no other option'. Joe Wilson took an interest in printmaking at university and studied this heavily in his final year, with a great deal of his work taking the form of screen prints and etchings. This forms the foundation of Joe Wilson's work today, although since finishing university and leaving the print facilities, other ways of creating similar effects have had to be employed. Joe Wilson's work consists of painstakingly detailed, hand-drawn illustrations, usually in fine-line pen or pencil, that are then scanned and edited on the mac. Joe Wilson takes his influence from an array of sources including old engravings, 70s Vinyl covers and surrealist art. Joe Wilson is particularly interested in ideas of evolution, space, and complex constructions. Joe Wilson's unique drawing style attracts a mixture of different clients from editorial to fashion, he has produced work for clients such as: The Guardian, Adidas, 21st Amendment, Mojo magazine, Prospect Magazine, RKCR/Y&R, The Yards, Peter Werth, The Big Chill Festival, and Topshop. With aspirations to establish himself firmly as an illustrator, he hopes to work on many more commercial projects whilst continuing to produce his personal 'thought experiments' for his own pleasure.

Webb Creative

Webb Creative provides concise, graphic illustrations using an aesthetic of flat shape and color to build engaging imagery, from conceptual interpretations, to info graphics.

Larsen, Eric

TO SEE THE COMPLETE IMAGES---HIT ERIC'S HOMEPAGE URL (above). That said, Eric Larsen has been a working, multiple-style illustrator since the year John Lennon was shot. That's a long time. He's worked for a lot of really good people for a really long time too. Clients include: DDB Chicago, CMD Agency, Daimler-Western Star Trucks, The Amelie Company, Colorado DOT, Three Communications Chicago, The Great Society, Cengage, Pearson Learning, This Old House, California Magazine, AAA Traveler Magazine, Westways Magazine, Scholastic, J.Walter Thompson, Hachette Books, Guideposts Magazine and many more. Please hit his website link to see more of his stuff. We really hope you don't hate it you've got so many choices. Keywords: automotive, truck, car, industry, industrial, retro,digital, pencil, airbrush, digital, vector, multiple_style,texture, engines, train, travel, tourism, feminine, masculine, machine, character development, cartoon, comic, medical, hospital, science, food, product, line _over_color, editorial, realism, stylized, style-match, food, beverage,tee_shirt, business, corporate, financial, graphic, postcard, scenic, hand_lettering

Kachik, John

John Kachik is an alumnus and occasional adjunct faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art where he studied illustration and sculpture. He has been working as a freelance illustrator and fine artist since graduating with honors in 1984. Some of his favorite jobs include work with Shiner Beers, Mini Cooper and Bloomingdale's. His clients include such magazines as Rolling Stone, Forbes, Sports Illustrated, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week and Texas Monthly as well as publishers like Random House, W.W. Norton & Company, and Simon & Schuster. John's work has been honored by Communication Arts, Graphis, Society of Publication Designers, Society of Illustrators, Print Annual, The Los Angeles Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and the One Show. He also has a permanent collection of ten portraits in exhibition at The Caring Foundation, a Smithsonian associated gallery in Washington DC. He has designed a tile mural installation as part of the Art, Architecture Enhancements and Exhibitions at the Baltimore/ Washington International Airport. His work has been twice featured in Step by Step Graphics and The Visual Quickstart Guide to Photoshop by Peachpit Press. When not working at his drawing table, John can be found coaching his daughters in numerous sports with an emphasis on high level competitive girls travel soccer. John makes his home in Sykesville Maryland with his wife Maria and daughters Emily and Isabel, and their dog Mia.

Petit-Roulet, Philippe

Minimalist, expressive, and brilliantly witty, Philippe takes economy of line to new heights. Whether working in animation or cartoons, his linear designs pack a conceptual punch. Combining philosophical genius and squeaky cuteness in a most unusual fashion. His current clients include The New Yorker, New York Times and Simon & Schuster.

Robertson, Michael

Born and raised in northern Ohio, Michael graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in painting. He spent ten years as a toy designer and character developer, before trying his hand at illustration. His work has appeared on many children's products, greeting cards and magazines, and has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators. An avid collector of mid-century art and design since the 80's, Michael's vast array of influences include many modern masters such as Calder and Miro, as well as illustrators like Jim Flora, Alice and Martin Provensen, and Mary Bair. Michael lives in a spacious industrial warehouse loft in downtown Cleveland, where he enjoys painting, cooking and listening to the extensive collection of vintage soul, jazz, and Brazilian music he has acquired over the years.

Simard, Rémy

Originally a student of political science, French-Canadian artist Rémy Simard began his career as an illustrator in 1980. Working from Montreal, he creates computer-generated illustration for a large variety of clients including Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Federal Express, General Motors, Citibank, Fidelity Communications, Better Homes & Gardens, Book-of-the-Month Club, McGraw-Hill and Scott Foresman, in the U.S.; and Chrysler, Nissan, Banque Nationale de Paris, Cantel, Ville de Montreal and YTV in Canada. He has also written and illustrated several children's' books, including Monsieur Noir et Blanc, a finalist for Canada's Governor's Prize. To relax after all this work, he likes to race around on his motocyclette!

Vasilakis, Anastasia

Anastasia Vasilakis is a multi diciplined artist who combines elements of photography with incredible drawing skill to create powerful conceptual illustrations.

Among the numerous prestigious awards Anastasia has been honored with are : The Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts and The Society of Publication Designers.

She has also been honored as a guest lecturer at The International Center of Photography, The New School and School of Visual Arts in New York, as well as The International School of Paris.

Her credentials don't end with the world of print however. She's also active as a graphic designer for Film and Television and has worked with such well known production designers as Laurence Bennett and Linda Burton.

A few of her clients inlude: The NY Times, The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Time Magazine, Computerworld, CIO Magazine, Rolling Stone, Money Magazine, Showtime, HBO, ESPN, Sundance, SONY Records, Atlantic Records, Levi Strauss and Merck.

Anastasia's fine art paintings are collected internationally. Large scale commissions have been created for venues in Berlin, and City Winery's in Chicago, Nashville and New York City.

Newton, Walter

Walter Newton was born in 1981 in Glasgow. He remained there for the next 21 years, attending the Glasow School of Art before being lured to the bright lights of London and the Royal College of Art. Five years later, Walter lives and works in Birmingham, drawing pictures and sporadically animating for anyone that will let him near them.

Gibbon, Rebecca

Illustrator, Rebecca Gibbon was born in Wales in 1968. The youngest of four children she was fed on a diet of picture books by Edward Ardizzone, Roger Duvoisin & Richard Scarry; she dreamed of being an illustrator. Her favorite book was "Frances Face-Maker" by Tome Ungerer.

Her ambition was realized after gaining a first class Honors degree from John Moors University and consequently a Masters at Royal College of Art, London. While at the RCA she was spotted at a children’s book expo in Paris by a French Agent. Since graduating she has worked all over the globe and is represented in New York by Riley Illustration

Rebecca paints in watercolor ink & cultured pencil, and bases her characters on the people she has met and seen over the years. She used to paint on newsprint until one day she looked back at some old work and it had all faded. Lesson learned she now works on acid free cartridge paper.

She lives with her husband and two boys in what was once the Old Village Stores surrounded by their eclectic collections of vintage children’s books, balloon pumps & 1950's ceramics. She loves junk shops, flea markets, drinking tea & of course drawing.

Clients include Citibank, Barnes & Noble, British Telecom, Whittards, Hank Fisher Properties, Kleenex, IBM, The Post Office, Rail Track, Chicago Zoo, The New Yorker, LA times, Washington Post, Vogue, RadioTimes, Wall Street Journal, Paperchase, Country Living, Scholastic, Galison Publishing N.Y, New Crane Publishing, Harper Collins, Hallmark, Bodley Head, Fourth Estate, Chronicle Books, Hallmark, Nickelodeon, Gaz de France.

Phillips, Craig

Craig phillips has been providing illustrations to the publishing and advertising industries in the United States, Australia and Europe for over a decade. He has created book jackets and interior art for Random House, Penguin, Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, Hachette Book Group, TOR Books, Wizards Of The Coast, Oxford University Press and many more. He has created tour posters for Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens of the Stone Age and Foo Fighters and provided editorial work to many publications including Rolling Stone Magazine. His work has been included in art annuals such as Spectrum 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, Society Of Illustrators 53, Luerzers 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide, The Art Of Modern Rock, A Fistful Of Rock, Creative Quarterly 16 and 23. Work has also been exhibited at the Society of Illustrators 53 Book Illustration exhibition in New York, the 2nd Spectrum exhibition at the Museum of American Illustration, a group exhibition at the Erskine gallery in Sydney and a solo exhibition at the University of Arkansas in Florida.

Wilson, Oscar

Oscar Wilson started working in London in 1996. Specialising in image creation, illustration and hand crafted typography, Oscar Wilson produces work for a wide variety of clients, with commissions from the advertising world, fashion, publishing, film and TV. Previous clients include: Crisis, Fabric, Guinness, Honda, Levi's, MTV, Nike, NME, Orange, Penguin, Sky TV, Stüssy, Transport For London, The Observer, Time Out, Twentieth Century Fox, Virgin Atlantic, Visit London, Volkswagen. Agencies: AMV BBDO, Arnold Worldwide, M&C Saatchi, Mother, RKCR Y&R, Start Creative, WCRS, WWAV Rapp Collins. Oscar Wilson also works collaboratively with (brother) Ben Wilson on 3D and interior projects, under the ‘Wilson Brothers’ banner. Clients for the Wilson Brothers include: Brooks, Honda, Nike, Stüssy Japan.

Donnelly, Peter

Peter is an award winning illustrator working in advertising and picture books. In the past he has art directed pre-school television series and ads as well as designing for award winning animated films both in Europe and the US. His work has a mid-century appeal with an emphasis on stylised design resulting in a funky and humorous style that makes people smile ... and of course buy things. Peter's work has been featured on Drawn, IllustrationAge and The Little Chimp Society as well as being awarded by American Illustration, The Creative Quarterly Journal and 3X3 Pro-Illustration and Childrens Books showcase.

Girasole, Alessia

Alessia was born in Milan, Italy where she currently resides. She has been drawing since early childhood and realized early on that she would turn her hobby into a rewarding career as an illustrator. After graduating at the European Institute of Design in Milan, with a major in Illustration and Multimedia Animation, she decided to focus on illustrating for children. During her studies, Alessia was introduced to Corel Painter software and was immediately shocked, amazed, and captured by its unique capabilities. As a result, she decided to give up her palette and paint-brush to completely dedicate herself to the study and exploration of digital art. Nowadays, she spends most of her time with her two favorite and very close mates... her MAC and Neve, a faithful Labrador retriever.

Dryden, Jim

Illustration for corporate, advertising, licensing, publishing and editorial use. Jim Dryden is represented by the David Goldman Agency.

Spurll, Barbara

Barbara Spurll’s family immigrated to Winnipeg, Canada from London, England, when she was three-and-a half. She always loved to draw, so her mom signed her up for Saturday morning art classes in grade one. Her interest never waned and at sixteen, she signed herself up for life drawing classes where she learned contour line drawing. A few years later, she moved east to Toronto to study fine art at the Artist’s Workshop and the New School of Art. She went on to study design and illustration at George Brown College, where she would later teach illustration part time. Barbara’s professional career began as a freelance illustrator with Jim Harrison, art director at the Toronto Star which led to regular assignments with a variety of newspapers and magazines. It was children’s publisher and designer Kathryn Cole who saw her work and approached her about illustrating “Rhinos for Lunch and Elephants for Supper!”, a re-telling of an African folk tale about a group of animals intimidated by a posturing cave monster. Barbara's most recent work consists of portraits in watercolor.

Crawford, Allen

Allen and his wife Susan founded the design and illustration studio Plankton Art Co. in 1996. Their studio’s most notable project to date is the collection of 400 species identification illustrations that are on permanent display at the American Museum of Natural History’s Milstein Hall of Ocean Life in New York. Allen’s award-winning book, Whitman Illuminated: Song of Myself (Tin House Books [US], Jonathan Cape [UK]) is an illustrated, hand-lettered, 256-page edition of Walt Whitman’s epic poem. The book won Best of Show in 3×3 Magazine‘s International Illustration Show 2015, and a Gold Medal in Society of Illustrators 58.

UNA

UNA studio launched to unite creative thinkers and doers, clients, and audiences together in a way that was remiss from the agency landscape. Working with only the best creatives they produce bold colourful work across a variety of outputs, with all final product being full of expression, personality and movement. The UNA folio has been described as hallucinogenic and refreshingly unique, and they never fail to impress with their imaginations. The UNA folio is varied with particular interests in lifestyle, sport and fashion. Clients include Nike, Bloomberg Pursuits, Covergirl Cosmetics, Audi, ESPN, Red Bull, WIRED, Penguin Books, Random House, French Vogue, BBC, Escada Paris, Maybelline NYC, Nintendo, The London Sunday Times, M.A.C Cosmetics, Bombay Sapphire, Nintendo, With over 20 years cumulative experience UNA understand exactly what their clients need and want, and generate ideas and recruit the right creatives to achieve these. Finally, UNA focuses on the thing at the heart of creativity, The Great Idea (and the execution of it), which is why we’re all here, right?

Ning, Amy

Born in Tokyo and relocated to the States in 1972. Studied illustration at California State University in Long Beach. Along with her freelance career, she has was selected as a feature illustrator for the Orange County Register Newspaper from 1989 through 2008. Her stylized, decorative and often conceptual art has been recognized in shows of SI, SILA, Print and SND. Her digital illustrations have also been featured in advertising, design firm, and publishing projects, including clients Phizer, Livestrong, Major League Baseball, The Integer Group, Encyclopedia Brittanica, Ths San Diego Union , Clubhouse Jr., Consumer Resports, Houghton Mifflin and many more.

Eng, Kilian

Kilian Eng creates illustrations rich in color and often with a lot of environmental elements. Kilian creates alternative worlds inspired by interest in both classic and futuristic architecture, surrealism, science fiction, and theatre scenography.

Yang, James

Illustration for corporate, advertising, licensing, publishing and editorial use. James Yang is represented by the David Goldman Agency.

Holcroft, John

John studied Graphic Design at Sheffield, England. It was in the mid 90s that he succumbed to the lure of illustration. He started out painting in acrylic on canvas and was influenced by David Cutter and Edward Hopper. Always trying to keep his work fresh, John has reinvented his style half a dozen times since. His latest incarnation is a screen print effect created digitally and inspired from old adverts and packaging from the 50s. John likes to experiment with different markets. The versatile nature of his style allows him to explore more avenues. Mainly working in editorial, John’s past clients include: BBC, Reader’s Digest, Financial Times and The Guardian.

9 Surf Studios / Tom White

9 Surf Studios specializes in typographics and lettering for all media

Chivers, Sam

For several years I lead a double life. During the day I worked for a Design/Illustration studio producing work in a wide variety of styles for many different clients. Whilst in my spare time I was exploring more creative preoccupations though self-directed projects, often just enjoying a bit of creative freedom away from the pressures of the commercial world and being told what to do all the time.

Bringing together my love of drawing and geeking out on the computer, these quite often ended up as screen prints. Screen print is a process I’ve grown to love because of the restraints it imposes, I loved trying to create a sense of depth with just three or four layers. Often mistakes would be surprisingly pleasing.

After a while of incubation this work began attracting commercial clients (as I hoped it would) and eventually I made the leap to doing it full time.

My work naturally veers towards that blurry border point between science and nature. Recently I’ve become aware of how much I’m influenced by the countryside in which I live, and my tendency to fictionalise it through drawing.

My ambitions with my work are to keep making it better and continue to evolve as an artist. Presently my output mutated into a two pronged beast; I make these airbrushed sci-fi landscapes and then more hand drawn limited palette pieces – my aim is to carry on joining the dots in between these two styles somehow unifying them more.

Lazareva, Anna

Anna Lazareva has wanted to be an illustrator since she was a little girl. She started to study drawing when she was 4. Anna graduated from the University in 2007 where she majored in journalism and the history of art. Her thesis project was about the relationship between editorial illustrations and the articles they are created for. She has attended summer courses at School of Visual Arts and Parsons New School for Design. Anna's source of inspirations are: fashion blogs, vintage photos and her travels around the world. Now she works at her little studio in Moscow, and she would love to work with you.

Tom White / 9 Surf Studios

Tom's work is both classical and contemporary and juxtaposes symbolism, concepts and realistic form to tell a story. His work is a hybrid of illustration, design and photography. The distinctiveness of each is combined to create a contemporary visual solution. Clients range from major international corporations, agencies, design firms and publishers to smaller new businesses, boutique agencies and firms. Specialty areas include business, healthcare, technology, concepts, finance, editorial, etc.

Gevry, Claudine

childrens books, greeting cards, pastel, soft pastel, oil pastel, packaging, illustration, posters

Luczak, Laurie

Conceptual illustration used for editorial, childrens book, advertsing, book covers, design and corporate media. Laurie offers two different styles working in painterly and digital media. Her work has appeared in Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Society of Ilustrators LA, & Print. Clients include The New York Times, The US Post Office, AMEX,The Wall St Journal, Continental, AARP, Seventeen and more.

Jackdaw

Jackdaw is a graphic artist and commercial illustrator who originally trained at the Maidstone College of Art in the UK, graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in Graphic Communication. Originally working from a studio in the East end of London and then Oxford, he has created a body of work for a diverse range of clients globally, in both the advertising and editorial worlds. Creating vibrant images that interweave expressionistic painting and mixed media techniques with hand-drawn elements and photography, the energetic and captivating results are often complex, beautiful and edgy reflections of contemporary culture. Previous clients include: Vodafone, Asahi Beer, Saatchi Advertising USA, Philip Morris Inc, Pfizer Pharmaceutical Inc. USA, The Irish Times, The Guardian, Scholastic Publishing USA, Penguin Books, Carphone Warehouse, Cream, and the Welsh Assembly.

The Red Dress

The Red Dress is a London based Illustration duo, Olivia Chancellor and Ollie Bland. This husband and wife team met while studying Graphic Design and Illustration at Central St. Martins in 1996. The Red Dress' love for all types of Vintage posters (especially B-Movies) and Pulp Fiction illustration has inspired Olivia and Ollie to join creative forces. Drawing upon over 10 years experience in Fashion, T.V/Film, the Art world, Illustration and Design, The Red Dress produce striking, often dark but humorous images by painting Contemporary Culture in a Retro style. This usually includes bold hand drawn typography. Using Oils and Acrylics as well as computer based painting they can work from sourced photographic images or freestyle.

Faust, Richard

Richard Faust is rarely without his sketchbook, which can be better described as a visual journal and confessional. Over the years, his bookshelf full of journals have become a source to be mined for interesting ideas and insights. He also draws inspiration from mid-century design, cubism, and folk art. He has been illustrating commercial products for over ten years. After completing his BFA at The Columbus College of Art & Design, he began his career illustrating for magazine and book publishers as well as for the greeting card market. His work was featured in the 2007 Society of Illustrators Annual. His paintings have been exhibited throughout the Cleveland area, including two sold-out solo shows.

Zivoin, Jennifer

Jennifer Zivoin is a children's book illustrator living in Carmel, Indiana. Although she has been trained in media ranging from figure drawing to virtual reality, her passion is bringing stories to life through her paintings. Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with highest distinction from the honors division of Indiana University. She then began her professional career as a graphic designer, and later became a creative director at a multimedia design company. Today, she enjoys living out her dream of creating art for children's books. In addition to illustrating, Jennifer's hobbies include reading, baking, biking and ballroom dancing, especially tango!

Morais, Flavio

Flavio Morais was born in São Paulo, Brazil, where he starts to work as an illustrator for a T-Shirt company, then he moved to London and attended an Art and Design course at Chelsea School of Art and finally ended up in Barcelona where he still lives and works for press, editorial and advertising. Some of his clients include:  The New York Times, Saatchi & Saatchi, Canal +, Volkswagen, Coca-Cola,  etc. Apart from the commission works he has dad several individual exhibitions. He has a especial love for the Popular Culture in Africa, Bahia, Mexico, Art brut and Outsiders works.

Yule, Susan Hunt

Watercolor-looking digital illustrations of places, maps, and cats.

Herring, Matthew

Matt uses a montage of found & self-generated graphic material to create assured, vibrant images for the Publishing, Design & Advertising industries. These images are selected from recent projects. They range from book jackets, magazine covers, newspaper features, instore signage, billboard posters, through to direct mail, annual reports & advertising campaigns. The work falls into several stylistic categories. Firstly a traditional collage & photo montage approach used predominantly for editorial work. With other images he’s employed a more graphic approach, using flat colour, vector shapes & simple lines to create a more contemporary feel. Previous clients include: Adobe, Nike, MTV, British Airways, Vanity Fair, Natwest, HSBC, BBC Worldwide, Toyota, Sainsbury’s, BP, Honda, Esquire, Penguin, Corvette, The Times, The Royal Mail, Norwich Union, FT, Computer Arts, which? The Radio Times, Business Week, GQ, Waterstones, IBM, Loaded, Harvard Business Review, RAC, Mojo, Shell, Nasdaq, LloydsTSB, Timeout, 5live, US news, The Guardian, Jeep Chrysler, Harrods, Directline, The Economist.

McCollum, Sudi

Sudi McCollum grew up in a creative household with a crazy-ass artist mother and an advertising executive father (he won a Clio!).  She graduated from California College of the Arts with a degree in fine arts.  However, as soon as Sudi graduated, she embarked on a successful career in graphic design, which was much more to her liking.  It was the graphic quality of graphic design that so appealed to her and most all of her art has a noticeable graphic quality to it. Poster commissions by  her advertising clients prompted her to start an art publishing business for her own Japanese-woodblock style art prints.  From there she began working as an illustrator (specializing in packaging, publishing and promotional materials) then home accessory design (dinnerware, rugs, pillows, giftware).  Known for her woodcut style often incorporating decorative themes involving nature, animals, artisanal/organic foods. She likes designing it all!  She has 2 cats:  Beezie and Red Teddy Long Tail, but is also a doggie person.

Falconer, Sam

Sam Falconer’s illustrations combining vibrant characters and intricate environments have been commissioned by clients ranging from leading national newspapers to renowned science magazines and universities.

Initially working purely by hand, Sam discovered a passion for digital collage in 2010 which later developed into his own unique brand of rich and detailed imagery. This method allows him to develop and turnover complex pieces with diverse character sets in timeframes that suit each client’s needs.

As a big science and technology fan, Sam has developed a strong presence in the field with clients including Nature, Nautilus, New Scientist, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Scientific American and Wired magazine. in 2015 Sam was commissioned by the acclaimed MIT Museum to rework their map designs for the general public.

Other clients include: British Airways, British GQ, Capital, Computer Arts, Deustch Inc, Emirates, The Guardian, The Independent, Intelligent Life, John Hopkins University, M & C Saatchi, Nokia, Reader's Digest, Scholastic, The Spectator, The Telegraph, The Times, The Washington Post.

In 2014 Sam was featured in IdN magazine’s New Faces of Inspiration issue as one of ten leading illustrators in the editorial field. His work was also exhibited in Taoyan city, Taiwan as part of Dpi magazine’s Space Odyssey exhibition.

Sam has a BA in Illustration and Animation from Kingston University and graduated in 2011.

Taylor, James

Born in 1977 to an Italian mother and English father James Taylors relationship with pencil and paper started at an early age. James Taylors work is eclectic, with a range of influences from Keiichi Tanaami to Tony Hart. “Eclectic” but always considered. From collage to pure drawing, James Taylors approach and thinking have won him varying clients in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Sanders, Martin

I'm a UK based illustrator, brought up in SW England. I spent 4 years studying illustration at art college in Cornwall, followed by a couple of years working at an commercial illustration studio then 20 plus years living in Oxford as a freelancer. I’ve worked for most major publishers and a fair few small ones, during which time I’ve illustrated countless encyclopedias, reference and text books. Several years back I was commissioned by Oxford University Press to illustrate the maps for a history series, ranging from Ancient Romans to WWII. Since then maps have become my speciality. I am the main map artist for BBC History Magazine, my maps have appeared in atlases, books and as posters worldwide. I currently live and work with my family in Somerset on the edge of a village amongst old cider orchards, green fields and mole hills.

Price, Paul

Paul commenced his art career as a graffiti artist in Liverpool (including legal commissions), but soon found new ways to commercially express his love for art, type and design. Educated in both Liverpool and Buckinghamshire, he gained a degree in Graphic Design and Advertising.

Paul then spent 4 years at MacUser magazine, where he received awards for his Art Direction including Best Designed Business magazine in the Total Publishing Awards. Throughout this time he became well known for his design-led illustration working both for MacUser and other clients.

Paul has spent the last 16 years working as a freelance Creative Director and Illustrator (general art bod…). He has used his compositional skills and dynamic range of styles to work with clients on widely differing projects, from CDs, posters, book covers, brochures, packaging, branding, fine art as well as magazines and the inevitable family projects such as designs for weddings and funerals!

Paul has been featured in various design and art magazines. His work has also appeared in illustration books and he has given talks on his style, techniques and inspiration. Paul has worked with a number of stock libraries and released 5 stock art discs of his illustrations for Getty, which have been best sellers for many years, He has been on numerous judging panels, including, Digital Art Awards for The Association of Photographers and Amnesty International. His illustration work has also appeared in various exhibitions.

Clients include Agfa, Apple, BAE Systems, Barclays, BBC, BT, BP, Coke Cola, Computer Arts, Citroen, EMI Music, EON, Ford, Getty, General Electric, Glaxo, Guardian Newspaper, Hewlett Packard, Logica, Jaguar, Orange(EE), New Scientist, Peugeot, Shell, Vodafone, Virgin and Westfield.

Kabaker, Gayle

Gayle's work is used in marketing collateral, advertising, editorial, animation, web design and logo and brand development. She welcomes challenges, and she really loves to work with her clients to help them achieve exactly what the need. women
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