M.S.Weber Design & Illustration
Inspired by artists like Moebius and Milano Manara, as well as old adult comics like Metal Hurlant and El Vivora, MaGUMa has developed a style that’s bright, tactile and a little surreal.
MaGUMa studied at the School of Architecture in Madrid, but also took the opportunity to learn abroad in Mexico and Portugal during his education.
Although he works digitally, using a Wacom Cintiq graphics tablet and digital painting software, MaGUMa’s work has an increasingly handmade feel.
MaGUMa’s style will remind you of classic mid-20th century illustration work done in pastel or gouache, and sometimes it looks like a silkscreen print saturated with ink. He strives to give the work a tactile quality, inviting the viewer to try and touch it to feel the texture. Strong concepts and colours are also prevalent in his pictures.
Client List El País Courrier International El Malpensante Yorokobu Amanuta Tara Books
His latest client list includes: The Guardian, 20th Century Fox, OPI, Kiehl’s, GQ, Fortune, Maxim, Easyjet, Tesco, Men’s Health, The Economist, NBA, MLB, Institutional Investor, Disney Pixar and Adobe.
David believes keeping tradition alive is important in an increasingly digital age. He specialises in the merging of traditional mediums and digital applications resulted in his signature style coined "tradigital". This method of creating his illustration allows his work to be animated, a style often used in digital editorial magazines.
In 2014, David opened his first solo exhibition at the Coningsby Gallery, London titled ‘Black + White’: a series of animated portraits of twenty leading individuals created in squid ink and watercolour.
In 2013, David was awarded the 99U Scholarship by the Samsung Accelerator and 99U for his illustrative work. David has had his work displayed in numerous publications and has spoken at events in both the USA and UK. David is a Community Professional for Adobe.
At the present, the artist is currently exhibiting his work in LA and New York with the Hero Complex Gallery for his client 20th Century Fox, celebrating the latest American Horror Story and Disney Pixar’s Toy Story.
Incredibly experienced and versatile, Chris is able to adapt his style and creative process to fit the demands of the job in hand, this ability makes Chris a winner for any campaign large or small. The end result is always of the highest quality both artistically and commercially. He is constantly figuring out innovative new concepts and ideas to push his art.
A hardworking and prolific contributor, Chris has created work for an array of clients and agencies over the past 15 years. He has worked on campaigns for Coca-Cola, Sony, London 2012, Unilever, Carhartt, Nestle, Nike and MTV and has plenty more impressive credits under his belt, so he is no stranger to the pressure that comes from working on high-profile campaigns.
His career has taken him on a journey through some renowned studios including Attik, Zip Design, Version, Sun House and McFaul Studio.
Client List: Nike, Lucas Films, Coke Olympics 2012, Bristol City College, BBC, Discovery Channel, Hero Complex Gallery, Gallery1988, Aardman, Mondays MoCo, Lounger Productions, Clutter Magazine, Digicel, Computer Arts Magazine, AnyForty, EA Games, Hugo Boss x Martin Kaymer, Henrik Stenson, Nesspresso, David Guetta, Orange / EE, Clearasil, Design Council, Shortlist Magazine, Vintage TV, Mauger Modern, Luma, KIA, DJ Magazine, The Economic Review
His major commissions include the design of nine coins for the Royal Canadian Mint, one of which was chosen coin of the year. He has done commemorative pieces for The Ford Motor Company and the Toronto Transit Commission, as well as 34 paintings for The Church of Our lady Of Good Counsel.
Working for book publishers, advertising agencies, magazines, corporations, television and movies, his work has been seen throughout North America.
Thus far, John has illustrated twenty-four books, including the Kids book of Canada's Railway, which won The Children's Literature Roundtables of Canada 2001 Information Book Award, and was an official selection for the 2003 Red Cedar Book Awards. The Kids Book of Canadian Exploration was nominated for the 2006 Hackmatack Award for non-fiction.
He works in oils and oil-wash, and uses photoshop to enhance the finished piece. His style is realistic in nature with an emphasis on texture.
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Martha Productions Inc
Martinez, Mary Ann
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Matthew White Illustration
matthk - digital vagabond...
Irish/Australian illustrator, animator, designer and consultant, brings
to the table 16 years of magazine, newspaper and newmedia
Illustration services for:
Web / newmedia / new media / magazine / print /
Illustration styles & methods:
cartoon / funny / Punch, editorial / flat colour / solid color / pen & ink /
guache / digital.
Macromedia Freehand / illustrator / Adobe Photoshop / Streamline /
vector format / bitmap format / pixel format
Rates favourable to any project - any budget
A range of styles and the ability to "extract the story" from briefs and articles,
combined with favourable rates and quick turnaround, means matt is able
to deliver satisfaction no matter what your budget or deadline is like.
Max Estes Illustration
McKenna’s creative process involves sketching ideas on iPad and Pencil, chopping and changing compositions and then moving to a computer to create vector artwork, adding textures and applying a carefully considered colour palette.
Josh McKenna graduated Falmouth University in 2014 and now works in editorial, advertising, shop windows and emojis on phones.
McKenney, J. Davidpopular
Medical Illustration Source Book
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Melissa Turk Rep
Meyer, Jennifer L.
Cartoonist and illustrator for publishing, advertising, and corporate markets with emphasis in children's publishing. Nancy has prior experience as a designer and art director, making her very respectful of schedules and deadlines and understanding of the intricacies of the production and printing processes.
Styles: Digital, watercolor, and collage. All drawings are originally created by hand, then colored either digitally, traditionally, or using a combination of digital / traditional.
Partial Client List: Scholastic, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Cambridge University Press, Free Spirit Publishing, Michael O’Mara Books, Mondo Publishing, Voyager Expanded Learning, Helbling, Crown Ironworks, Mallinckrodt, The Nielsen Company, and The Minnesota Historical Society.
Member of Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators and the Children’s Literature Network.
blog: nancydrewit.wordpress.com facebook: www.facebook.com/nancymeyersillustration
Michael A. Hill
Michael Gambriel Illustration
Michael Grills Illustration and Artwork
Michael Halbert Scratchboard Illustration
michael lotenero illustration
Michael Osborn • OZ STUDIO
Michael Walker Illustrations
Miguel Lima aka ZERO
Mike Cressy Illustration
Mike Gordon Illustration
Miller, Doug Johnupdated
Doug completed his bachelor’s and Masters degrees in Architecture at UCL where his project ‘The San Francisco Columbarium’ won him the SOM Fellowship, Bartlett and Donaldson Medals. Doug now teaches part time running architecture and landscape design studios at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
Minick, Samuel A.
Miss Ewe Illustrations
Mitch Frey Illustration
Morello Art and Design
Moreno, Juan Manuel
Below are some of his most recent projects, Halloween display for Hershey’s, The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Nancy Loewen (Picture Window Books), Aprende el abecedario con adivinanza by Ramón Besora Oliva & Olga Xirinacs (Beascoa), An Interesting Pea Story by Evgenia Kolida (Modern Times), Cuentos Japoneses by Anna Gasol & Teresa Blanch Gasol (Edebe).