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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.

Moreno, Gabriel

Illustrator, engraver and painter based in Madrid, graduated in Fine Art from the University of Sevilla in 1998. Since then he has worked in different design studios and advertising agencies in Andalusia. In 2004 he moved to Madrid and in 2007 began showing his portfolio. He was named among the top 20 new illustrators by Computer Arts magazine in 2007. Previous clients include: TBWA, Y&R, BBDO, Leo Burnet, Orion Books, Jim Beam, Snickers, Marlboro, Universal Music, Time Out, Rolling Stone magazine, The Sunday Times and Esquire.

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,, 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.

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.

Roe, Monika

After graduating with a degree in graphic design, Monika Roe worked as an art director and creative director for ad agencies in Los Angeles and Indianapolis. Now a full-time illustrator, some of Monika's clients include: Microsoft, Toyota, Mattel, Diet Coke, Pantene, Coty, Conde Nast Publications, Penguin Group, Doubleday, Random House, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, Time Inc., The Wall Street Journal, and Hallmark. Her work has been featured in STEP inside design magazine and Adweek. Monika's studio is located in the beautiful wine country of California's central coast, where she lives with her two pugs, Ladybug and Bumblebee. She likes Danish modern furniture, browsing estate sales and drinks way too much coffee.

Archer, Andrew

Andrew Archer has been an illustrator since 2006 and has worked with an enviable list of the worlds most recognizable brands and publications. Inspired by surrealism, wood block prints, edo period art, ideograms and his time spent in Asia, his work is a self asserting mix of hallucinogenic color and rhythmic line. Best suited to briefs that allow him to indulge his imagination and unique color palette, clients who offer some creative freedom are gifted with extraordinary and distinctive visuals that always gain attention. Google image search ‘Everything Everything Gone to Heaven” for a perfect example of the power of Archer’s imagery to become an internet sensation, it is no wonder he is a popular choice with music and sports brands wanting to captivate their audience.
Clients include:
Nike, WIRED, Sony, ESPN, The Economist, FIA Formula E, MOJO, Red Bull, Playboy, Saatchi & Saatchi, BBC, Samsung, Bombay Sapphire, Random House, TBWA, BBDO, Q Magazine, Adidas, OUT, GQ Magazine, Washington Post, Spin, EMI Music, NY Observer, Fortune, New York Times, Audi EU, Vogue FR, Penguin Books, New Scientist, Elle, Men's Health magazine.

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.

Bray, Ed

Ed Bray is an illustration graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. After graduation, he began his illustration career in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he worked for a company on pen and ink and marker layouts. In addition to his commercial assignments, he focused on watercolor landscapes of the Midwest, which were exhibited at the Fuller Museum in Massachusetts. Examples of his illustrations appear in Drawing: Structure and Vision by Fritz Drury and Joanne Stryker © 2008.

Ed is skilled in presentation artwork, such as storyboards and comps, as well as finished illustrations and fine art. His work is featured in American Showcase #23 and the Directory of Illustration website &

Ed lives and works as a freelancer in Brockton, Massachusetts and is a member of the Arts League of Lowell. He was featured in a November edition of The Lowell Sun.

Ed is able to work quickly to meet tight deadlines and is available at any time for an assignment.

Clients include iRobot, Gary Sloan Studios Inc., J.Jill, The Fantastical, Riverside Co, Hood, Colonial Life, The Via Group LLC, Urban College of Boston, Supervalu, Wells Fargo Bank, Wilson Leather, BHF Printing, Midway YMCA, Blue Diamond Natural, Tri-District School, Fuller Art Museum, Twenty-First Century Software, Raymond Watson Funeral Home, Harvard Business School, Arthur's Paradise Diner, S&S Auto Repair, City of Holyoke MA, The Public Health Museum, Boston Brake and Tune-Up, Bread & Roses Heritage Committee

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.

Tharp, Pepper

Pepper Tharp | illustrator + Creative Director Hello, My work, aptly coined 'sophisticated fun' and 'nuevo french' is refined, elegant, informed with a touch of wit. Whether through the eyes of a sanguine shaggy dog or a willowy fashion-femme on a Mediterranean holiday I have a beguiling ability to capture life's minutia to tell stories that captivate. I am adept in understanding my client's goals and deliver work that ensures their brand is well-placed and memorable in the ever evolving and competitive global market. I have delivered many successful projects and campaigns for notable clients such as, American Express, Artful Living Magazine, Harper Collins, St. Martin’s Press, Ritz Carlton Weddings, Macy’s, Nestle, Sur la Table, Target, Vera Wang, William Sonoma,The Container Store and most recently 70 illustrations for Carson Kressley's new book (to be published this year). I have also discovered a fun niche in creating visuals for of social media and web design. With a true collaborative spirit, I love being part of a dream-team, but I'm equally comfortable acting as lead creative director or simply...working solo.I adhere closely to G.A.G. Handbook for pricing and ethical standards in my business acumen. With a drive to explore, I invite my clients to join me in every step of creative process so that they are fully informed and have input along the way. My work zone is a full capacity Mac Studio fueled by Nespresso and Adobe Creative Suites in a garden-view studio in my 1883 historic cottage in Linden Hills. Yet, in a moment's notice I can jump into your studio if in-house help is needed! I look forward to learning about your next project! Truly, Pepper Tharp

Mahoney, David

David Mahoney is a British freelance illustrator based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Since 2010 David has worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies and now works under the alias 'Headless Horse'.

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.

Dykes, John S

John S. Dykes lives and works in the Boston area. John works in acrylic, pen and ink, mixed media, and digital. His clients range from editorial and corporate illustration to children's books as well as self-generated projects. He has earned recognition from the Society of Illustrators, the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, including gold and silver medals, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Print, 3x3 Annual, How Magazine, the AltPick Awards, and Step by Step Graphics.

Berry Rhys, Alan

Alan Berry Rhys is a graphic artist and illustrator home based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has been a graphic design professor at Buenos Aires University for 8 years. As an artist, I have produced several solo shows at Buenos Aires (Argentina), Rosario (Argentina), San Francisco (CA, USA) and Santiago de Chile (Chile). In addition, Alan has participated in several combined shows, at Portland (Oregon, USA), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Tandil (Argentina) and Asunción (Paraguay). He has been invited to the last 3 editions of Puma Urban Art in Buenos Aires.
He's worked for a wide range of commercial and commissioned works for brands developing graphic universes and illustrations.
Vintage graphic advertising inspires his work. He loves the look of low-fi printing. It's errors and limitations that give his work a distinctive characteristic. Using screen-printing, risograph and painting, Alan has developed a style based on low quality printing methods of the early graphic advertising. He also has extended work on lettering and typography.
In the search of inspiration of a simpler life he explores craftsmanship lifestyles, such as fishermen, axmen, butchers, carpenters, etc. In addition, he also enjoys exploring popular street graphic.
Alan has worked for brands such as Jack Daniel's, Absolut Vodka, Nike, Puma, Sol Beer, Cinzano, Vans, Oreo, Good Year, Penguin, California Customs, Pilgrim London, BlackFin, Gravedad Zero.

Scott, Si

Since its inception in 2006 by Si Scott, its original founder and Creative Director, Si Scott Studio Ltd. has established an internationally recognized reputation for providing unique creative concepts and imagery for a prestigious and ever-growing client list.
Si’s love of music inspires the flowing nature of his hand-drawn designs, beautifully and precisely executed. He resists limitations in his own work, constantly exploring new techniques. These explorations have led to his development as a paper-cut and tattoo artist, skills which complement his already established talents as a proficient draughtsman. Si’s multi-faceted approach has led him to work across a wide spectrum of projects, from advertising campaigns to branding, publishing to editorial, and interior design to album covers.
Outside of his creative practice Si exhibits his work frequently, offers both art direction and creative consultation to clients, and gives lectures on both his experience as an artist and his knowledge of the industry. His work has been regularly awarded and featured in numerous publications, including being listed in the Best 200 Design Moments Ever by Computer Arts Magazine, and honoured twice in Luerzer's Archive - The Best 200 Illustrators In The World.

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.

Salerno, Steven

Visit to view his illustrations for advertising, editorial, product packaging, kids' picture books, etc... click on NEW STUFF to see his latest images. Steven's illustrations have been recognized for excellence by PRINT magazine, Society of Illustrators, The Art Directors Club, and Communications Arts magazine. Since 2000 Steven has also illustrated 25 popular picture books for children (5 of them as both author & illustrator) with 5 more new titles scheduled for release in 2018 & 2019. released in 2015: -the picture book, "Wild Child!" -written & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Abrams Books for Young Readers) All the jungle animals try their best to tame the wildest animal of them all. (Abrams Books for Young Readers) -also the picture book, "The Fantastic Ferris Wheel" -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft (Christy Ottaviano Books) With incredible period illustrations by Steven. It's the story of George Ferris and his amazing invention the Ferris Wheel built for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. released in 2016: -the picture book, "The Kid from Diamond Street" -written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Clarion Books) The true story of Philadelphia girl Edith Houghton who became a professional baseball player in 1922 at age ten! -featuring striking illustrations by Steven. -also the picture book, "Puppy Princess" -written by Sue Fliess & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Little Golden Books - Penguin/Random House) A pampered pup lives a life of luxury. released in 2017: "Goldenlocks and the Three Pirates" -written by April Jones Prince & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Farrar Straus & Giroux) A pirate-themed spin on the Goldilocks classic. released in 2018: -the picture book, "Tim's Goodbye!" -written & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Farrar Straus Giroux) Children gather for an unknown purpose until a visual twist in one of the illustrations reveals that they have come together to celebrate the life of a beloved pet that has died. -also the picture book, "PRIDE -The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag" -written by Rob Sanders & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Random House) The true story of the life of gay rights activist Harvey Milk and the creation of the iconic rainbow flag in 1978, which became a symbol of hope and pride for millions of people around the world. -also the picture book, "Pass Go -Collect $200 The Real Story of How MONOPOLY was Invented" -written by Tanya Lee Stone & illustrated by Steven Salerno (Christy Ottaviano Books)The true story of who invented one of the most popular board games in history. Steven's clients have included AT&T, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, McDonalds, American Express, Royal Bank of Canada, IBM, and United Airlines to name a few. To date he has created thousands of illustrations for nearly 600 various clients in advertising, editorial, publishing, etc... Visit Steven's web site to view portfolios, read full client list, his illustration blog, etc... Steven is a graduate of Parsons School of Design, and lives and works in New York City. -studio: 212.477.5798 -web: -email:

Johnston, Ben

Canadian born, Ben Johnston is a 26-year old self-taught designer who grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. Ben started focusing on traditional graphic design, with a preference for creating typographic illustrations from scratch. His industrial design experience gives him the ability to break the confines of 2D and 3D, enabling him to bring his designs to life. With over five years' experience in the creative industry, Ben's portfolio includes a prolific selection of completed projects for renewed ad agencies and major overseas clients-being features on various creative websites. Current clients include Shell, GM, Virgin, Disney and Audi.

Noble, Steven

Steven Noble's acclaimed award winning illustrations embody a large volume of work in the scratchboard medium, from pen & ink precision detailed line art to intricately carved engravings and woodcut illustrations with over 20 years of experience. Stock Illustrations Go to:

Glass, Randy

Originally from Kansas City, Randy became the youngest illustrator Hallmark Cards had ever hired — while still a junior in high school. He attended Ringling School of Art and Art Center College of Design, supplementing his tuition by drawing five-minute portraits of people at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World ... a surprisingly valuable education in discipline and patience. Randy began freelancing as an illustrator in the mid-’80s, quickly establishing a strong reputation for highly detailed representational drawing and painting. Although adept at working in color, he gravitated toward and has always preferred a simple black and white palette. He is a master of the graphic technique known as “stipple” — the process of marking a surface with numerous small dots to create an image. It’s a style favored by print media, where paper quality can adversely affect the reproduction of an image, and by its very nature, it’s ideal for Web usage. Perhaps best known commercially as a portrait artist, Randy has an exceptional aptitude for capturing his subject’s character and essence with carefully nuanced precision. This, combined with his stippling expertise, made him a perfect match for the Wall Street Journal’s iconic portraits known as “hedcuts”; he’s created several hundred of them since 1998. Over the years, Randy has received recognition by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, The Art Director’s Club, and Illustration West. Randy currently lives in Southern California. Black & White Illustration. Pen and Ink (line & Stipple), Watercolor, Pencil. Portraiture.

Giovannina Colalillo Illustration

Giovannina (Jo-van-NEE-nah). Award winning illustrations. Dynamic, vivid, fluid, conceptual, whimsical, stylized, figurative, painterly, watercolor pastels and ink line illustrations for editorial, advertising, publishers, web, children book, nature, fashion, food, health, lifestyle, etc. Illustrations available digitally. Stock illustrations available. Contact directly at or contact American Artists Reps in NY at - Gold and Merit Award Winner

Sprouls, Kevin

Kevin Sprouls introduced the hallmark portrait style to the Wall Street Journal in 1979. Between 1979 and 1987, Kevin worked on staff for the paper, creating illustrations and training artists in the style. At the time of his departure from the daily activity of putting out the paper, he was Assistant Art Director in charge of the in-house artists, which numbered 4-5 staff artists, and 2-3 part-timers.

He has been quite active in the freelance illustration sphere since then, contributing to advertising, publishing, editorial and corporate projects. His style is notable for its high level of detail and traditional, engraving like effect.

Sprouls’ work has been featured in the Smithsonian magazine, a web exhibit of the National Portrait Gallery, and a major exhibit celebrating Columbus Day which was mounted in Grand Central Terminal, New York in 2005. He is currently the principal portrait artist for Worth Magazine. He was the portraitist for the popular Infiniti “Drivers” ad campaign, appearing weekly in the Wall Street Journal for the 2+ years.

Recent work has appeared in Fortune, Forbes, Runner’s World, GQ, Sportrs Illustrated, Time (International Edition), Euroman, and Esquire magazines. Recent book projects include the Encyclopedia of Guilty Pleasures and The Art of Demotivation. His pen is housed in the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Kevin Sprouls is married with 2 children, and lives in Coastal North Carolina.

Sloan, Michael

Michael Sloan creates illustrations for editorial, corporate, advertising, institutional, and publishing clients. His work has been awarded three silver medals from The Society of Illustrators in NYC. His illustrations first appeared in The New York Times Op-Ed page, and have been published in the New York Times Letters column over 100 times. He has shown his work in both solo and group exhibits in the USA and Hong Kong, and has lectured about his artwork at institutions such as The University of Connecticut, The Rhode Island School of Design, Hong Kong University, The Fashion Institute of Technology, and The Yale-China Association.

Adams, Kathryn

A mix of editorial, whimsical, humour and stylized linework.

Vorlet, Christophe

Conceptual illustrations for magazines, newspapers, books, advertising and new media. In color or black and white. Specialized in providing an image that corresponds to the content of the associated text. Visualizing complicated concepts or objects that are difficult to describe textually.

Stewart-Croker, Jess

Recent illustration graduate Jess Stewart-Croker, is well on her way to carving out a path for herself. Primarily working with traditional media, such as watercolour, gouache and pen and ink, Jess creates painterly and colourful imagery. She has already grabbed a number of impressive assignments for several companies, including several private commissions. Jess can also quite frequently be found with sketchbook in hand making her way through a museum looking for inspiration in the historical references around her. Jess’s goal in her work has always been to capture the beauty and detail of an object in a traditional and intricate manner, and it’s immediately visible in her imagery from travel to product illustrations. What an impressive start to her career! View more of Jess’ work at Folioplanet and her own website.

Rathke, Kathryn

Looking at one of Kathryn Rathke’s line-based illustrations can be a bit like working out a puzzle – was it created using one fluid and continuous line, or many? According to the Seattle-based artist she owes her drawing skills to family connections. Her grandmother taught her to draw and supplied her with books by Arthur Rackham, Maurice Sendak, and William Steig, while her father was president of an advertising agency and used to bring home reams of paper for her to practice on.

She has lots of other creative interests too. She learned to make leather masks in Italy, enjoys German experimental theatre, and sometimes throws parties where her friends must act out vignettes found in a 1912 children’s book called Entertainments for All the Year.

Kathryn did an MFA in Set Design at the University of Wisconsin but was always drawing on the side, sometimes accepting commissions from newspapers and magazines. Eventually she flipped things around and made her illustration work a full-time profession and set design became her hobby.

Kathryn does everything digitally in Photoshop and Illustrator using a Cintiq screen by Wacom.

If she’s doing portraiture work, she draws her subject many times over from different angles. This way she learns about the most important features of their face and can draw it in a way that makes it instantly recognisable.

The line is core to Kathryn’s style and her work is very fluid. Expressive and calligraphic, there’s a unique sense of gesture in her illustrations. She also uses crosshatching to develop surfaces in her images, using layers of lines of varying thickness to build up a texture.

Wilson, Ty

Contemporary, figurative and conceptual illustrator using pen/ink and mixed media to create unique people, places and things

Represented by Watson & Spierman Productions
ofc (212) 431-4480 cell (917) 930-6611

Hennessy, Tom

I work on scratchboard in B&W and color. I do packaging, animals, landscapes, people, food, you name it.

Sherman, Erwin

Erwin is a freelance illustrator based in Golden Colorado. Working with a combination of traditional scratchboard and digital media and a range of styles from detailed realism to vintage to conceptual. Clients include: Southwest Airlines, Pilgrims Pride, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Georgia Pacific, Burlington Northern RR, Colonial Williamsburg, Pier 1 Imports, Six Flags, Men's Journal, Runner's World, Wired, American Cowboy, Boy's Life, Seattle Metropolitan.

Bedrosian, Wesley

In addition to his work as an Illustrator, Wes has worked as a freelance Art Director for the New York Times Op-Ed Page and Book Review. He has also taught and lectured at The School of Visual Arts, Pratt, Parsons School of Design, and Montclair State University. Wesley Bedrosian’s work has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Scientific American, Vanity Fair, New York and The Hollywood Reporter.

Ngai, Victo

Victo is a New York based illustrator from Hong Kong, graduated from Rhode Island School of Design majoring in illustration. Victo is not a boy nor a typo but a nick-name from "Victoria"- a leftover from the British colonization. Her work has received recognition from the New York Times, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Spectrum, SOI NY, SILA, 3X3, Applied Arts and CMYK mag, Digital Artist UK and many more. Apart from drawing, Victo's biggest passions are traveling and eating. She's hoping that one day she will save up enough to travel around the world and sample all kinds of cuisine.

Fast, Ingo

For over fifteen years, Ingo Fast has created conceptual and narrative, often landscape or cityscape-like illustrations for numerous magazines, newspapers, books, and brochures, for editorial, institutional, educational, corporate and advertising clients in the US as well as many other countries. He has illustrated greeting and holiday cards, posters, annual reports, children's textbooks, travel guides, T-Shirts, websites, maps & charts, bird's eye view diagrams, logos, and murals, in the context of a multitude of subject matters like children, people, family, lifestyle, and retirement; political and society-oriented themes; business, money, financial & investing-related topics; medical, health, and pharmaceutical subjects; technology, communication, media, and the internet; cars & automotive, travel, transportation, and insurance; and food, packaging, and products. His concepts are solution-oriented, and most often satirical, whimsical, and sometimes cartoon-like. His scenes are imaginative, humorous, and clever, and he uses pen & ink / line art combined with watercolor or gouache, or digital color, but also works with black & white line art. He has won recognition from American Illustration, the Societies of Illustrators in New York and in Los Angeles, the Society of Publication Designers, the Society of News Designers, and Graphis, and has exhibited his work in numerous group shows across the country.

Michael Halbert Scratchboard Illustration

Scratchboard and woodcut illustrations by Michael Halbert, plus tutorials on scratchboard and Photoshop.

Smith, Kelly

Kelly Smith is an Australian Illustrator, working predominantly in fashion and beauty.

With a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Tasmanian School of Art, Kelly majored in photography and graphic design, but reverted back to her love of drawing after graduating. She ran a blog and launched her career after being interviewed in Vogue about an exhibition she was mounting.

Kelly’s approach is mainly traditional, with 90 per cent of the work completed using a graphite pencil. She then scans the drawing in, adding colour and tweaking the image using Photoshop. Her compositions vary – usually it’s a case of highlighting one focal area that’s full of beauty, but in other cases she builds up a scene to surround it.

Her images are intricate, finely detailed pencil illustrations, incorporating pops of digital colour. They are soft and feminine in tone and content.

Starr, Jim

With over 20 years experience as an Illustrator, Jim has a wide range of styles & skills seen at Jim received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1982. Today, Jim primarily illustrates electronically, but also continues to work in traditional techniques. My goal in every assignment is to work closely with the designer/art director to come up with a conceptually strong and well designed illustration." Jim has worked for a wide range of clients needs including logos, icons, package design, editorial, corporate, portraits, event posters, and web graphics. Jim works in many different styles including graphic, scratch board, airbrush, woodcut, pastel, paintings, watercolor, pencil, and pen and ink. His work has been accepted into Print magazine, the Society of Illustrators Annual, and the Washington DC. Illustrators Club Annual Exhibit. Fresh,conceptually strong, well designed digital illustration, specializing in archictectural, comic, comic conceptual, comic humorous, conceptual, digital, multiple styles, pen and ink, realism, science, wacky, whimsical, logos , graphic , scratchboard, pastels, paintings, airbrush, speckled, textured, posters, icons, web, art, editorial, corporate, travel, books, children, education, entertainment, games, gaming, gameboards, comic, humorous, design, industrial, industry, manufacturing, labor, infographics, maps, lifestyle, architectural, impressionistic, line with color, line and color, montage, nature, animals, stipple, silhouette, sports, technology, computers, transportation, vacation, wildlife, historical, retro, traditional, wacky, whimsical, scratch board, digital, llustrator, photoshop, painter, collage, black and white, black & white, watercolor, vector, pencil, oil, acrylic, realistic, realism, photo realism, painterly, packaging, package, financial, money, investments, investing, characters, identity, government, political, cartoon, charts, diagrams, business, food, dining, landscapes, medical, magazine, arts, music, childrens books, display, point of purchase, pop, holidays, partys, identity

LaBaff, Tom

Watercolor and/or Gouache, B/W Line and/or Pen & Ink, Characters, People, Figures, Fantasy, Animation, Book Covers, Animals, Nature, Humorous

Favreau Studio

Best-selling author, award-winning illustrator, and creative entrepreneur! My studio is located in Alaska, where I live with my Scotsman, daughters, and Giant Malamute.

ILLUSTRATION FOR: Children's book, mass market books, board & novelty books, advertising, logos, baby products, greeting cards, licensing & more! Cartoon, digital & graphic styles. I have a decade of experience as a graphic designer and art director as well!

I work easily with many clients worldwide and look forward to working with you, too!

Illustration Portfolio:

Muenchrath, Darcy

Whimsical, satirical, odd, pen and ink, collage, conceptual, line, character,

Lunden, Einar

Einar Lunden is an experienced illustrator and cartoonist who works both for children and the general market. He does all types of illustrations, cartoons, comics, character designs, concepts, logo designs for books, magazines, online, and more. He has been extensively published in books, magazines, newspapers, online, corporate, etc. Works well on deadline. Please visit his website for sample work.

Arrasmith, Patrick

Scratchboard Illustration Black and White also Color book, editorial, advertising

Quon, Mike

Symbols, icons for design and marketing Mike Quon, prolific and eclectic illustrator who first popularized the brushstroke style, works in pen and ink and digitally to create vibrant and evocative images for print, editorial, advertising, brand identity, packaging and promotion. Appreciates the power of art, communication through art, art directors, art buyers and anyone else who loves art.

Pica, Steve

Steve Pica's cartoons are light and whimsical. He shows a wonderful sense of humor in his illustrations.

Rogers, Jeff

Jeff Rogers is a multidisciplinary designer and illustrator specializing in custom lettering of all shapes and sizes. Stocking his Brooklyn studio with paint brushes, pens, markers, and a couple of humongous computers, he creates unique and joyful work for a wide range of smart clients.

Beaudoin, Rayne

People, Characters, Business, Love, Conceptual, Black & White, Graphic, Cartoon, Fashion, Political, Charcature, Children, Children's Books, Comic, Comic Conceptual, Painterly, Pen and Ink, Storyboards, Wacky, Whimsical, Line and Wash, Food, Comic Humorous.

Hall, Mike

Crowded urban scenes, architecture and maps – the things you see today in Mike Hall’s artwork go back to his creative beginnings. As a child he used to love drawing images full of people, and maps of imaginary towns and even entire countries. He says this might be because he grew up in the new town of Harlow in Essex – the modern, pre-planned, post-war setting gave him an interest in architecture, topography and mapping from an early age.

Of course, he liked comics and picture books too, and today he’s also inspired by William Hogarth, Gustave Doré and Wenceslaus Hollar, as well as MacDonald Gill, an artist who embellished his map illustrations with all kinds of colourful motifs. He loves everything Hispanic, which is why he recently relocated to Spain.

Mike spent two years studying graphic design before switching to an illustration course. He completed an Illustration degree at the University of Westminster.

Often Mike’s hand-drawn imagery is embellished using a computer. He combines print designs he’s drawn using pen on paper with digital elements to build up an image. The colouring is done digitally. Sometimes, he’ll also draw his map designs using vector graphics.

Architecture usually plays a large role in Mike’s work – either as the primary focus of the illustration, or as something in the background that gives it structure. He’s very interested in topographical views, geography and conveying a sense of place. Nonetheless, his characters come through just as strongly with crowded, colourful people scenes giving you plenty to look at.

Beylinson, Yana

Yana Beylinson is a New York City-based artist, illustrator and designer. Widely known for her organic, natural and completely unique style, Yana has worked with a variety of clients in fashion, book and magazine publishing, textile design, and corporate world. Some notables include Crabtree & Evelyn, Chronicle Books, Food & Wine Magazine, C Wonder, and many others. Yana's work covers botanical drawings, food illustration, pattern design and conceptual work. Yana strongly believes in the power of great design. She is well known for her signature, streamlined creative style and brings elegance and a sophisticated eye to all of her work. Her solid foundation in fine art and typography shines through each project.

Minick, Samuel A.

Minick uses bold pen-like lines, thoughtful composition and a saturated palette. Sam has sixteen years of experience as a freelance illustrator and eight years as a graphic journalist. He has created work for Volkswagen, Kelloggs, Field & Stream, Smithsonian Magazine, Ringling Museum and Adobe. His tenure in the newsroom makes him a reliable resource for dynamic, accurate and integral visuals on tight deadlines.

Lord, Anna

The fanciful, the creepy, the lovely, the sleepy. In black and white or color, with paper and pen or ones and zeroes.

Maravillas, Jennifer

With Filipino and European roots, and with freckles from head to toe, Jennifer Maravillas feels as if she’s on a detective-like quest to understand as many different perspectives as possible. Her roots as an artist, meanwhile, go back to her training in ballet as a child. She sees her art as a kind of ballet performed on paper using a marker.

She rarely restricts herself to just a marker, though. Watercolour, spray paint and various other media are used in her illustrations. As a side project, she has made a map of Brooklyn out of garbage, and in future plans to try and map as much of the world as she can. On top of painting, her passions are anthropology and sociology.

Jennifer did an undergraduate degree is in Graphic Design at the University of Louisville and a graduate degree is in Mass Communication at Virginia Commonwealth University.

The techniques Jennifer uses are constantly changing, and her style often comes as a result of the medium she’s exploring at a given time. By and large she’s a mixed media artist, always trying new materials and combinations of them – typically they include watercolour markers, ink, spray paint, pencil, cut out paper, block printing, and Photoshop. Sometimes she allows a composition to evolve without knowing what the end result might be like, other times she has a clear idea in her head of what she wants.

Jennifer is fascinated by the digital process. She scans in every doodle and texture she draws or paints, keeping them for reference or for use as layers in new pieces.

Jennifer uses vibrant colour combinations as she builds up maps, cityscapes and scenery from hundreds of smaller handmade elements. Some of her influences include Werner Herzog, Mary Blair, Guy Debord, and Buckminster Fuller.
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