Gwen Keraval is a French illustrator based in Lyon who works with geometrical shapes, clean shapes and reduced colour palettes to bring a vintage mood to all kind of subjects, from editorial to magazine and publishing. After Graduating from the Emile Cohl school in Lyon in 1998 Gwen tried his hand as a press model maker, 3D animator, web designer and flash animator while also pursuing illustration. Gwen has now been an illustrator for fifteen years and has done a lot of work in publishing, editorial illustration, advertising, and toy design, working with many French publishers like Flammarion, Seuil editions, Milan, and Djeco. His illustrations can also be seen in the Washington Post, New York Observer, Boston Globe and Wall Street Journal. Gwen has also worked for clients such as Volkswagen, Lonely Planet, Blue Moon Beer and Banque de France.
Where In The World features artwork by Gwen Keraval.
Arminda da Silva
Arminda da Silva is a South African graphic designer and illustrator based in Johannesburg. In 2011 she graduated with a BA degree from The Open Window School of Visual Communication Design with 2 distinctions in illustration. She draws most of her inspiration from all things vintage from fashion, art to music, and her playful retro style appeals to young and old. She has illustrated flyers and posters for festivals and events across the country as well as hosting popular electro-swing parties with her partner. Recent clients include Jagermeister, Gauteng Summer Cup, Racing its a Rush, and Amex Winter Sculpt Fair.
Electro Swing Social Club features artwork by Arminda da Silva.
Gibran Gomes is an illustrator and designer from Recife, Brazil. After graduating from Uninassau with a degree in advertising he spent 11 years working in advertising agencies such as Multi Comunicacao and OLAH Social Media and in 2019 became a full-time freelance designer and illustrator. Gibran's style is influenced by American comic books and Japanese manga comics and graphic novels. He has worked with a wide variety of clients, from Brazilian drag queen Pabllo Vittar to Brazilian musicians Ludmilla, MC Carol and DJ Mojjo as well as producing events in Brazil and the USA.
Indie Pop Generation features artwork by Gibran Gomes.
Brodie Colbourne is a self-taught illustrator from Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys drawing dreamy characters and storytelling, always using strong and vibrant colours. He draws most of his inspiration from his coastal trips, sunrise surfs, and his love for animation and cartoons. He has painted murals in his local community and has featured work in group exhibitions and shows. He currently has plans to pursue animation and storyboarding.
The Geek Lab features artwork by Brodie Colbourne.
Tony Riff is a self-taught illustrator born and raised in London, dabbling in hand drawn, digital, and graffiti art with a wide range of influences including lowbrow art, 90's cartoons, movies, photography, and album covers. Tony studied at the London College of Communication where he also got his first taste of working on freelance jobs in-between studying, mainly artwork on flyers for bands and club nights, and live drawing events. As time went on the jobs and clients got bigger and more diverse, and over the years his style has started to use simpler and bolder colour schemes, incorporating simple shapes with clean outlines while also keeping an element of roughness and spontaneity. Some of Tony's past clients have included, Nike, Adidas, KFC, and Rolling Stone Magazine.
Riff It Up features artwork by Tony Riff.
Marina De Santis
Marina De Santis is a freelance illustrator from Sicily. Marina studied scenography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Palermo and illustration at the IED in Milan. During her studies she developed a passion for illustration by discovering artists such as Rockwell Kent, Harry Clarke, Lester Ralph and Felix Vallotto and completed her degree thesis with an illustrated book on three short stories by Edgar Allan Poe. Between a strong expressionistic sense and ability for synthesis, purity and brilliance of colour she found her own unique style. Marina's work is a mix of handmade production through collages, watercolours, pastels, inks and digital postproduction with which she creates and defines shapes and spaces, enhances the qualities of handmade drawing and explores the possibilities of mixing them digitally. Marina likes to think that a drop of ink can be a star and as a graphic designer has worked in various sectors including children's books illustrator, book cover designer, patterns designer and theatre set designer. Some of her clients include the children's publishing house NuiNui, and the Bellini Theatre of Catania (Sicily).
Pure Piano 2 features artwork by Marina De Santis.
Loor Nicolas is an illustrator and graphic designer from Barcelona, Spain. Loor has been drawing since childhood growing up in Ecuador. After moving to Spain at aged nine he studied graphic design at the School of Design and Plastic Arts (Escola Llotja) in Barcelona and then worked for the marketing agency Treehousebcn as an illustrator and graphic designer. Loor's influences are wide ranging, from graphic novel artists like Moebius and painters such as James Jean, to illustrators like Jordi Ros and various tattoo artists. Recent clients include Leopine and Fantag.
Champion Of Champions features artwork by Loor Nicolas.
Lutfu Er is a graphic designer and illustrator from Ankara, Turkey. Since childhood Lutfu always loved drawing and although he studied management at Anadolu University he never lost his passion for art so after graduating he began working as a graphic designer in an advertising agency and is now an art director whilst also continuing to work as a freelance illustrator. Lutfu's inspiration comes from people and their inner conflicts. He likes detail, and hides little details in his illustrations which are not obvious at first glance giving his work a depth which the viewer can discover. As an illustrator he has worked with publishing houses, Redhouse Kidz and Tudem creating illustrations for children�s books. In 2019, he also won the second prize in the KFC Turkey 30th anniversary bucket design competition.
Pizzicato Pluckery features artwork by Lutfu Er.
Andrey Vozny is a concept artist from Moscow, Russia. He is a self-taught artist who specialises in concept art, matte painting and digital painting. His influences are wide ranging from photography to classical painters and he also a big sci-fi fan. Andrey graduated from a Moscow State Linguistic University but soon realised his desire to draw and create art was stronger than his desire for teaching. Since deciding to pursue art full time he has worked for various postproduction, gaming and film companies and his recent clients include Moving Picture Films and Japanese gaming company Mira.
The Nordic Files features artwork by Andrey Vozny.
Midge Sinnaeve is a digital artist from Antwerp, Belgium who works primarily with 3D animation and VFX tools as his medium. Midge studied Multimedia Technology and has been obsessed with CG since the arrival of his first household computer over 25 years ago. He likes to explore audiovisual art by experimenting with technology and currently creates content for the music, film, visualisation and advertising industries in many forms, including virtual reality experiences.
Weapons Of Mass Percussion 2 features artwork by Midge Sinnaeve.
Tania Yakunova is an award-winning illustrator living and working in Kyiv, Ukraine. Tania finds her inspiration in avant-garde art and design of the 20 century. Her works are full of droll forms, a love to geometry and bold composition. Her field of work spreads from the web and product illustration to packaging, editorial and books. Previous clients include Coca-Cola, Visa Gold, Yves Rocher, Unit 9, Xerox, Marvel App and Invision.
Jazz Club features artwork by Tania Yakunova.
Rhys Bright is a 29-year-old illustrator and published author from Nottingham. He was tutored in the basic principles of drawing from a very early by his granddad, a commercial artist. At school Rhys excelled in both art and graphic design, achieving A-Levels in both disciplines before gaining his first creative role as a fashion print designer for Marks and Spencer, specialising in character design. Influenced by artists such as John Tenniel, Ralph Steadman, Charles Dana Gibson and Tim Burton to name a few, Rhys has produced illustrative work for a variety of clients on a freelance basis ranging from logo and brand development to merchandising and character development. Previous clients include Ford, Disney, Kellogg's, Nestle, Volvo, Tesco, ASDA, Next and many more. In 2019 he became a published author following the publication of the children's book 'Mr Snip' which was written and illustrated by Rhys.
Santa's Remixmas Tape features artwork by Rhys Bright.
Alex Williamson is a commercial illustrator, graphic artist and academic based in Bath, England. He has a BA Graphic Design (printmaking) from Leeds Metropolitan University and an MA in Communication Design from the RCA. Alex creates original artwork using cut-out, collage and print techniques, combining found ephemera, drawing and photography. His work is concerned with experimental graphic process, fiction and narrative. Alex works on a wide range of commercial commissions and projects in the publishing, corporate, editorial and advertising sectors as well as producing and exhibiting personal experimental work. He also lectures in Design for Interaction and Moving Image on the Graphic Design BA at the London College of Communication. Previous clients include, Vodafone, The Science Museum, Levis, Havana Club Rum, Time Out and The Economist.
Changing Times features artwork by Alex Williamson.
Yordanka Poleganova is a designer and illustrator based in Berlin, Germany. Originally from Bulgaria, Yordanka completed a degree in product design at the Technical University in Sofia and studied Fashion Design in Berlin. She has been working independently since 2009. Yordanka's style is clean, bold, stylish and modern and her artwork draws its influences from the fashion scene in Europe and Asia, and as a result her imagery often has a broad international appeal. Deceptively simple colour palettes combined with intriguing patterns infuse her illustrations with charm and give them depth. Some previous clients Yordanka has worked with include Harrods, Ted Baker, The Wall Street Journal, Sportsgirl, Harper's Bazaar and ProSieben.
Summer Clubbing features artwork by Yordanka Poleganova.
Doodle Bro is Stanislav Shevchenko, an illustrator, freelance artist, animator and designer from Moscow. He has been working on a freelance basis for the past five years and is also studying design at the Higher School of Economics (HSE) one of Russia's top universities. Of his art Stanislav says 'I'm trying to provide doodling as the most approachable form of art, because doodles at their core are the graphic interpretation of your own consciousness.' This has lead him to create the first doodle art community in Russia. He has also worked with the Russian electronic DJ and production duo Dropgun where he designed unique characters and supervised a small art team in producing the music videos for the singles 'Little Drop' and 'Krishna'.
Vocal Oodles And Doodles 2 features artwork by Doodle Bro.
Stavros Damos is an illustrator from Thessaloniki, Greece. Inspired by his love for music and cinema, Stavros creates expressive drawings defined by fine detail, strong angles and rough lines. He studied graphic design at AAS College of Art & Design and in recent years his main professional activities and specialisation has been focused on illustration. Stavros' clients are primarily advertising agencies, publishing houses and magazines in Greece and abroad such as Washington Post, New Statesman and Womankind. In a continuous creative search for new ideas and techniques, it's his overall love for the arts that gives him strength and optimism for the future.
Americana Roadtrip features artwork by Stavros Damos.
Alessandro Pautasso (aka Kaneda) is an Illustrator and graphic designer from Turin, Italy whose specialty lies in digital art and mixed media. Alessandro began drawing when he was a child and it was when he discovered an illustration book about the Beatles by Alan Aldridge that he realised that he wanted to become a designer/illustrator. Attracted by the visual arts, he started working in the field of commercial art and simultaneously focused on the so-called digital art. Some previous clients Alessandro has worked with include Warner Bros Italy, Wired UK, Greenpeace and Adidas.
Vocalify features artwork by Alessandro Pautasso.
Mikhail Nikulin (aka Sick 666 Mick) is a self taught artist, illustrator and graphic designer from Saint Petersburg, Russia. After studying and working in architecture for a number of years, Mikhail has now developed a career in game development whilst retaining his passion for art. Specialising in digital sculpture and 3D modeling Mikhail uses a combination of software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, ZBrush, After Effects and Keyshot to create his work, which he describes as 'neon darkness'. Previous clients Mikhail has worked with include the creative digital studio Mind Over Eye and the industrial rock band 3Teeth.
Industrial Predator features artwork by Mikhail Nikulin.
Daniel Sulzberg is an illustrator based in Santa Barbara, California. Dan's work is infused with the easy going creativity that his home state is famous for. It's colourful, fun, welcoming and sometimes a little bit zany. Maybe that's why the characters he draws so effortlessly seem to jump to life in his illustrations. Growing up in a town called Danville, he was always Dan from Danville. After discovering cartoons, comics and Nintendo games he soon invented Danvillage, a place for all his whimsical characters to inhabit. It's become the moniker he works under as an illustrator. Dan is a graduate of UCLA's design programme and his favourite artists include Dali, Murakami and Miyazaki. Some previous clients Dan has worked with include Red Bull, Major League Soccer, The Washington Post and Tottenham Hotspur.
Positivityfest features artwork by Daniel Sulzberg.
Justin Peters is a digital surrealist artist from Stuttgart, German who merges reality with his own imagination using Photoshop. 'Everything you can imagine is real' by Pablo Picasso is a quote Justin lives by, especially when creating his work, painting his own dream world where everything is possible through unexpected and unique imagery combinations and photo manipulations. Justin hopes that when people experience his work, they discover a new and different world which they can dive into to prove that everything is possible when you open your mind. Previous clients Justin has worked with include Adobestock, Adobe, Lexus Design and Puma.
Life Is Breathtaking features artwork by Justin Peters.
Krzysztof Iwanski is an artist from Lodz, Poland who specialises in poster art, screen printing and painting. Krzysztof's works are of spontaneity and dynamism, striving for harmony and orderliness. He oscillates between styles derived from Neo-Plasticism and Constructivism as well as influences stemming from the tradition of Bauhause. Krzysztof distances himself from realistic presentation in favour of more abstract, geometric and minimized forms which overlap but do not cover one another completely. He aspires to make one shape visible through the other in order to create works in which arrangements seem to portray rules of order, harmony, balance and tension. Some of Krzysztof previous clients include Facebook, Amazon Studios, Walt Disney, Activision and The Polish Film School in Lodz.
Grit features artwork by Krzysztof Iwanski.
The Red Dress
The Red Dress is a London based illustration and commercial artists studio. Olivia Chancellor and Oliver Bland are a husband and wife team who met while studying Graphic Design and Illustration at Central St. Martins in 1996. A love of vintage posters especially B-Movies, Film Noir, and Pulp Fiction illustration spurred them to join forces to create their own recognisable and unique style of imagery. Drawing upon 20 years of experience in Illustration and design, The Red Dress produce striking, often dark but humorous images by digitally painting contemporary culture in a retro style. This usually includes bold hand drawn typography. Previous clients include HSBC, Mircosoft, Estrella, Total Film, Esquire, GQ and many more.
When Monsters Attack features artwork by The Red Dress.
Justyna Jaszke, also known as JBJart, is a self-taught graphic designer, illustrator, photographer and poet from Krakow, Poland. Justyna began her graphic career in 2015 with a Print On Demand services like Society6, Redbubble, FineArtAmerica. She designs arts with watercolour animals and cities, original music instruments, skylines and world maps. Today Justyna's portfolio consists of more than 1000 artworks, and her art has found homes all over the world.
Piano and String Memoirs features artwork by Justyna Jaszke.
Eugene Golovanchuk, also known as Skeeva, is a self-taught art director, digital and concept artist based in the Ukraine. His life is full of digital experiments, combining different tools shapes and colours to create his own unique style within the digital art world. Eugene began his career in early 2016 with a self challenging series of projects entitled 'Everyday Art'. He has an extensive background in creating concepts and 3D assets for AAA games, movies, digital ads and album cover artworks. Today Eugene's portfolio consists of more than 600 surreal, abstract and futuristic artworks for clients from all over the world such as Independent Journal Review, Gameloft Ukraine and Plarium.
Strange And Supernatural features artwork by Skeeva.
Christian Barthold is an illustrator, graphic designer, author, music composer and photographer from Cologne, Germany. A versatile and experimental illustrator with a broad stylistic spectrum, his main style is collage. A communication design graduate from FH Mainz, Christian has worked freelance since 1996 with ad agencies, packaging, books, magazines and newspapers and has been published on more than 100 book covers and in more than 70 magazines and newspapers worldwide. In 2005 he was listed as one of the 150 most important illustrators in the world by TASCHEN in the book 'Illustration NOW!' (the first book of that edition). His work in the illustration field includes all kinds of magazines, books, visuals for music and much more. Christian also taught life drawing at a German design school for a few years and right now, he is working on a book about drawing which is due to come out in 2018. As a photographer he freelances for Stock agencies like ImageSource/London and also does free experimental and documentary photography.
Ministry of Vintage Eccentricity features artwork by Christian Barthold.
Bram Vanhaeren is an artist and designer from Antwerp, Belgium who is on a mission to create positivity through his colourful and energetic portraits. Describing his work Brams says, "I'm on a mission to do more. I truly feel alive when I'm creating something new every single day. It's not about the destination, all about the exciting journey, the unseen challenges, the joy and the struggle, always moving forward". Bram was selected as one of the most creative under 25's globally by Adobe in 2014 and has worked with numerous clients such as ESPN, Bleacher Report, Rolling Stone, BBC, Entertainment Weekly, Nike, Estrella Damn, Adobe and many more.
Plugged In Youth features artwork by Bram Vanhaeren.
Tom Parsons is an Illustrator, Designer and 3D Artist from London. Trained as a Graphic Designer he has worked with a variety of clients such as Synergy Clubs and Marriott Hotels. His main passion however is creating artwork both digitally and hand drawn. Doodling from an early age his style has changed over the years giving him a varied arsenal to choose from when creating artwork. This has led to him incorporating his drawing style into animations and most recently in the creation of a children's book called The Friendly Monster due to be released in 2017. Devoted to mastering as many creative skills as possible, his most recent work has been created using 3D software. Whilst teaching himself to use new digital software, he still finds time to create hand drawn pieces hosting a weekly live drawing stream where the audience chooses the subject
Adventures In Young Love features artwork by Tom Parsons.
Olivier Bonhomme is an illustrator and art director from Montpellier. He graduated from the Lyon school of drawing Ecole Emile Cohl in 2010 and created the artwork for the French graphic novel L'Homme Sans Reve in 2011. The following year he co-founded the BK Studio, which is a digital art company that creates visual content combining art and new technologies. He has also worked with newspaper clients such as Le Monde and The Washington Post as well as designing sleeve art for French band SatinCoco and American bluegrass band Alder Street. Olivier is also a big jazz fan and an enthusiastic saxophonist!
Weapons Of Mass Percussion features artwork by Olivier Bonhomme.
Michael Sanderson is a New York based artist and designer with a unique artistic style and a focus on the male figure. Combining references from fetishism, contemporary high design, athleticism and vice to establish a curated world of high and low culture. In addition to producing original artwork, Michael is also a full service art director and creative consultant. Working with a number of designers, brands, and publishers applying his signature design point of view to commercial brands with a strong focus on visual trends and creating simple, arresting and effective imagery. Previous clients include Tommy Hilfiger, Men's Health Magazine, Victoria's Secret and Bombay Sapphire.
Ladies Man features artwork by Michael Sanderson.
Signalstarr is Nick Stewart Hoyle, a London based graphic artist, and self proclaimed visual traverser of the etheric. His work explores themes of retroist nostalgia fused with futurist vistas, digital spiritualism and mystic psychedelia. Escapism serves as chief catalyst for his process and takes the viewer on a journey swathed in analog textural washes. Previous clients include Tame Impala, Future City Records and Charlotte Hatherley.
Silicon Heartbeat features artwork by Signalstarr.
Katya Maleev is a freelance illustrator from Russia. Growing up in the small Far East mining town of Chegdomyn, Katya was surrounded by the forests, mountains and vast expanses of the Russian countryside where nights are dark and starry and winters are cold and crisp. She uses these natural surroundings as the inspiration for her work and characterizes her style as illustrations of love, friendship, peace and inner harmony. Her approach is simple, with each piece of work starting with a pencil drawing in a notebook which is then photographed and developed further using Photoshop.
Wish Upon A Christmas Piano features artwork by Katya Maleev.
Adam Kuczek is a freelance concept artist and matte painter from Poland. Owning and running his own visual development studio AK-ART, Adam has provided designs, storyboards, marketing illustrations and pre-viz elements for movies, games, commercials, websites and groundbreaking virtual reality projects. He has also worked with creative agencies from around the world, creating concepts and matte paintings for clients such as Disney, Samsung, CanalSat and Microsoft.
The Big Screen - Coming Soon features artwork by Adam Kuczek.
Andy Gellenberg is an illustrator and graphic designer from Germany. After finishing his studies in communication design Andy worked on projects for Nike, Powerade and Brand Jordan with the UK design studio ILovedust. Now working as a freelance illustrator his clients include Nike, Media Markt, Wired Germany and Ministry of Sound. Andy has also become known for a series of Nike swoosh portraits of popular Nike athletes, grabbing the attention of basketball superstar LeBron James, who now owns two of Andy's artworks.
Latin Flavas features artwork by Andy Gellenberg.
Ryan MacEachern is a British born, London based Graphic Designer and Illustrator. Focusing on Fine Art from an early age his natural skills as an Artist led him to cross over to Graphic Design in his late teens before studying a BA Hons in Graphic Design at UWE Bristol. His projects have received much acclaim internationally and published in several Design Journals. Ryan uses his varied skill set across hand drawn and computer skills to create a unique and strong atmosphere in his illustrations.
Nail Biters features artwork by Ryan MacEachern.
Joseph McDermott is a Philadelphia based Pop Art illustrator. As a child growing up in New Jersey, he drew the panels from his comic books and created scenes featuring his favourite cartoon characters. This inspired him to developed his Lichtenstein-esque vintage comic book style based on Silver Age comics. He has worked with some of the worlds leading brands including Google, Heineken, American Express, Toyota and Perrier.
Meet The Dramedys features artwork by Joseph McDermott.
Daniel Leitao is a Brazilian artist who has works as an art director for over 15 years at several advertising agencies including Almap/BBDO, Publicis Brasil, BBH, Talent/Marcel and Agencia Africa. 6 years ago, Daniel began studying calligraphy and combed with his skills as an artist he started his first project in late 2012 inspired by tattoo art and pyrography: the INKED HANDS. There were several tests, mixing illustration and tattoo styles, from hatch lines to the pointillism. All Daniel's pieces of art are numbered and photographed. The photos, taken by his friend, Rodrigo Pirim, become posters and even skateboard decks.
Rock Life features artwork by Daniel Leitao.
Davy is a Welsh born, Brighton based, Designer and Art Director. His work focuses on the abstract side of photography, design and in-camera video effects. Experimenting by mixing chemicals or burning material, Davy uses macro photography to create amazingly beautiful artwork and videos. Previous clients include Wired Magazine, Warner Music, Sony Music, 4AD and Xl Recordings where he created the album cover, music video and live visuals for the band the XX. Davy is now pushing his moving image work into the field of live performance.
Drone DNA features artwork by Davy Evans.
Anita Goldstein is a UK-based Israeli designer and illustrator. She previously worked in several design and advertising agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi and Y&R. She is now freelance exploring all facets of graphic design, print design and especially illustration, which her passion was rekindled for after moving to the UK. Anita's work expresses an individual and unique beauty in the simplest way possible; her interest is more in the abstraction of the features and figure than simply duplicate it.
Santa's Festive Mixtape features artwork by Anita Goldstein.
Zhivko Terziivanov is a freelance 3D illustrator based in Sofia, Bulgaria. He previously worked in advertising as a graphic designer until he started his freelance practice and moved to 3D illustration. His work is inspired by everyday life objects, which he turns into playful and quirky items. In order to achieve both realistic and cartoonish looks, he combines 2D and 3D techniques. He designs for both print and digital media including character design, animation, book covers, and illustrations. His most recent illustrations are for brands like Kiehl's and Renault Samsung Motors.
Acoustic Guitar Picked Apart features artwork by Zhivko Terziivanov.
Karl Yvan Tagle
Karl Yvan Tagle is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and artist based in Sydney, Australia. Fresh out of high school, he majored in Illustration at The American Academy of Art, Chicago and then went to complete a bachelor degree in Fine Arts (Majoring in Painting) at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila. Now residing in Sydney he is screen-printing and designing posters, and combining skills in a variety of mixed mediums (including watercolour, ink and acrylic paint). Karl's art is inspired by current pop culture, comics, movies, toys and gig posters.
Street Beats features artwork by Karl Yvan Tagle.
Tang Yau Hoong
Tang Yau Hoong is an artist, illustrator, graphic designer living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With a passion for creative thinking, he creates art that is conceptual, surreal and fun in a simplistic and unique way. He works across clients for advertising, editorial, and many other design projects including NIKE, Land Rover, New Scientist and The Observer. When he is not doing commercial work he enjoys making art and immerses himself in his personal projects.
Pure Piano features artwork by Tang Yau Hoong.
Maria Corte is an illustrator from Spain who studied at the Escola Massana in Barcelona, where she graduated in 2009. Her work is dominated by an interest in the disruption of space through a creative handling of geometric shapes and the breakdown of all classical conventions in the representation of the human body.
Her creations cover a wide range of fields: book covers, posters, press, advertising, animation, children?s and pedagogical illustration. With her client base growing around the world from The New York Times to the BBC as well as the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture, she is an illustrator to watch out for.
Vocal Oodles And Doodles features artwork by Maria Corte.
Graham Carter is a successful and much sought after Brighton based artist and illustrator who uses both traditional and modern printing processes. His work is modern, witty and enchanting and is bursting with wondrous characters, landscapes and creatures. It has been exhibited in galleries worldwide including his own Hove based Gallery, Boxbird. Each work is original in its conception and not a reproduction of other work and allowing him to print on such interesting materials as Japanese plywood.
He studied at the culturally lively University of Brighton and at Central St Martin's, London. After his studies, Graham founded the critically acclaimed Peepshow Illustration Collective and more recently has become a Director with Animation Studio Ticktockrobot working on a variety of personal projects and commercial animations for a variety of clients.
His work has graced major national advertising campaigns for Aviva, Bupa, Orange, Waterstones, Visa and Monster.co.uk. His illustrations can also be spotted in a wide variety of editorial publications such as The New Scientist, The Guardian and The Sunday Times.
Crazy Youth features artwork by Graham Carter.
Based near Old Street, East London, Jonathan Lucas is an award winning photographer specialising in shooting action, freerunning, parkour and urban sports. His photographs have been featured in The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, as well as being displayed at The National Gallery.
He regularly collaborates with Sebastien Foucan, one of the founders of parkour and creator of freerunning, who has appeared in a number of films including James Bond's Casino Royale. Jonathan is also a creative director at a graphic design agency in Shoreditch.
Dramatic Adventures & Sporting Endeavours features artwork by Jonathan Lucas.
Stuart began his career as an engineering designer working in the aerospace industry and later studied illustration at the University of Lincoln, England. He has worked as an illustrator, concept artist, sculptor and in film design.
Stuart began sculpting and stitching toys in 2002. His custom toy works are a blend of pop culture icons, childhood obsessions and bleary eyed monsters. His toys have been exhibited and sold all over the world and he has worked with companies and artists such as: Hallmark, Sony Music, Games Workshop, Core Design, Trunki, Jon Burgerman and Mattel. He spends his days in his home studio listening to frightening bass music whilst making a mess (and doing some artwork) using sharp tools and harmful chemicals.
The Pop Factory features artwork by Stuart Witter.
Revenge is Sweet
Revenge is Sweet is a creative collaboration between Angelique Piliere (Lyon, France) and Lee Owens (Melbourne, Australia). The pair met while studying Communication Design and began working together after moving to London in 2006.
Their work sits on the edge between mixed media, typography, illustration and design, producing bold and striking imagery that reflects contrasts such as love and hate, black and white and feminine and masculine.
They have been featured in design publications in the UK and worldwide and were also in the 'Up and Coming Artists' exhibition at Pick Me Up Graphic Art Fair at Somerset House, London.
Their work has been used for textile designs, window dressings, advertising campaigns and record covers and their recent clients include Nike, Selfridges, Polydor Records and the V&A Museum.
Club Cuts features artwork by Revenge is Sweet.
Polly Becker worked as an illustrator for 10 years in the medium of pen and ink before starting to work with sculptural parts and found objects.
Living in Boston, USA, Polly started creating her quirky and intriguing artwork, using objects ranging from children's toys, paper cut-outs, hardware and other items, to create small sculptures that she calls 'assemblages'.
Polly's works have won numerous awards and have been exhibited in San Francisco, New York, New England, Dubai, and London. They have also been selected for publication in respected illustration annuals and her recent clients include The New York Times, Rolling Stone, GQ and Time magazine.
Classical Collectables features artwork by Polly Becker.
Simon Wild is an illustrator based in Suffolk. He graduated from Cambridge School of Art with a Distinction MA in Children's Book Illustration. He has previously worked as an animator, filmmaker, video editor and street performer before pursuing a career in illustration.
Simon's work is inspired by old toys, found objects, and travel, often exploring the connections that can be made between an inspiring location and the imagination. He works across hand drawn, digital, screenprint and collaged images and his work has often been described as psychedelic scribbles, elaborate telephone doodles and childlike expressions. Simon likes to think of each new illustration he creates as making a new friend for life.
His first illustrated book for children called 'Fantastical Flying Machines' has been published by Macmillan Children's Books and his art has been used by clients including The Big Chill Music Festival, Action Aid, ITV and Orient Express.
The Quirky Machine features artwork by Simon Wild.
Good Wives and Warriors
Good Wives and Warriors is the creative partnership of Becky Bolton and Louise Chappell, who met while studying at the Glasgow School of Art. Rebecca means 'good wife' and Louise means 'warrior', and together they create weird and wonderful illustrations and sprawling wall paintings.
In the last couple of years, the duo have exhibited their large-scale collaborative wall painting across Europe, South America, the USA and Australia. Their detailed works are influenced by scientific imagery, complex natural structures, patterns and the surreal.
Recent clients include Swatch, MTV, Adidas and Wired Magazine and they have been featured in IdN and Taschen's Illustration Now Volume 3.
Keep It Simple features artwork by Good Wives and Warriors.
Sam has been working as a commercial illustrator for ten years, his love of the printed image became clear when launching his self published comic/zine Apolcalypso which spurred him on to create the celebrated comic Headcase for which he enjoyed great acclaim and subsequent publication in the USA.
In 2002 Sam joined the illustration collective Magictorch where he worked with a variety of editorial and advertising clients including the BBC, Nokia, BBDO, New Scientist, Classic Rock, and Computer Arts, to name but a few...
Pre-empting the explosion of the UK rock poster scene Sam was one of the original members of BRAG (British Rock Art Group) exhibiting all manner of screenprinted mayhem with Firehouse studios in San Francisco and at the Brighton Basement Arts production and at other various other events around Europe.
In 2009 Sam joined the Show Below, an award winning exhibition for the Brighton Fringe Festival, showcasing works by illustrators, designers, photographers and fine artists from throughout the UK.
Chilled features artwork by Sam Chivers.
Jessica May Underwood
An English illustrator who journeyed from her Saint Martins training, back to her home, across America, got a little bit tangled there, and returned to London to refine her skills and make her name.
Jessica has an extensive client list, her illustrations utilised by editorial, installation and costume; her drawings predominantly known in fashion print for their delicate translation onto fabric.
Jessica's most recent clients include Topshop, Harrods, Rebecca Minkoff New York, House Of Holland and Marie Claire USA.
Her work is meticulously detailed, considered and darkly beautiful.
Songs And Acoustic Sketches features artwork by Jessica May Underwood.