Angelica Hicks - Hicks’s cheeky illustrations—with their blend of no-holds-barred wit, wordplay, pop culture savvy, and art-historical innuendo—have popped up on Manhattan and Milan walls, couture t-shirts, and many an Instagram feed.
Annie Soudain - Paintings, linoprints, fabric collages. Many of her works are reproduced as large (FD) or small (sfc) cards.
Carly Watts - Illustrator and surface pattern designer based in Sheffield, UK.
Chris Riddell - British illustrator, occasional writer of children's books, and political cartoonist for the Observer.
Christy Burdock - Her interests lie "in observing emerging socio-political ideas as they manifest within smaller groups and looking at how ideologies ripple through society."
Cristina Daura - Daura’s illustrations read like contemporary cautionary tales rendered in a hyper-saturated palette.
Daiana Ruiz - Ruiz’s muses are strong, chic, acrobatic women.
Daniel Zender - Zender’s paintings and illustrations are laced with cinematic drama: Eyes shine from behind screens of smoke, and the glow of roaring flames illuminate screaming faces.
Daniela Faber - Illustrator whose style is influenced by her love for collages, mosaics, surreal paintings, impressionist and expressionist painters.
Demelsa Haughton - Illustrator/artist living and working in North Yorkshire in the UK. - greetings card design and Illustrating children’s books.
Diana Mayo - Mayo's work ombines acrylic paint, pencil and found collaged-textures, which is then supplied as a digital image.
Hannah Warren - Illustrator, South London. Likes to draw people outside having a nice time, animals doing their own thing, plants that are alive and not dead, far away places, near by places, made up places and bikes, lots of bikes.
Joana Avillez - Drawings of sprightly, eccentric, and wildly fashionable humans.
John Shelley - Pen and ink drawing, either coloured traditionally in watercolour, or adapted digitally.
Jon Han - A favorite illustrator of MIT’s Technology Review, Surface Mag, the New York Times, and Bleacher Report, among others. Across these publications, his work stands out for its unique blend of painting and digital drawing. The compositions that result explode with streaks and splatters of brilliant color and nebulous shapes that convey movement and volatility. Often, small, faceless figures stand within these brilliant visual tumults, looking suitably overwhelmed.
José Luis Ágreda - Freelance illustrator and cartoonist. His work frequently appears in newspapers and magazines (El Pais, El Jueves, Fotogramas, Orgullo y Satisfacción), and in the Spanish book publishers (Planeta, Norma, Santillana, Pearson, Espasa). Also see hhis Projects and Classic Cartoon Characters Redesigned pages.
Libby VanderPloeg - Illustrator and designer. Work comes out of my deep affinity for storytelling, music, letterforms, printed ephemera, and wildlife. Also on Instagram and Tumblr.
Panteha Abareshi - Focused on making pieces that accurately capture the realities of mental illness, specifically depression and anxiety.
Quentin Blake - Known for his collaboration with writers such as Russell Hoban, Joan Aiken, Michael Rosen, John Yeoman and, most famously, Roald Dahl. He has also illustrated classic books, including A Christmas Carol and Candide and created much-loved characters of his own, including Mister Magnolia and Mrs Armitage.
Rachael Dean - UK illustrator. Her artwork focuses on femininity and fashion.
Ramona Kaulitzki - Freelance illustrator specializing in vector art and digital painting.
Rebekka Dunlap - Rebekka's figures often bend and distort, filling the frame or floating into oblivion so as to allow traditional space to fall away completely.
Rikin Parekh - Children's book Illustrator based in North West London.
Sam Kalda - Cat fancier based in Brooklyn, New York.
Sara Andreasson - Risk-taking women and explosive, untamed house plants rendered in her signature palette of cool tangerines, hot pinks, and calming periwinkles.
Shawna X - Filled with rich gradients and hues borrowed from Hawaiian sunsets and heat maps, Shawna X’s illustrations look like they might burst into flames at any moment. Warmth emanates from the the artist’s work.
Vera Yin Yang - Feminist and political illustration, posters, t-shirts.
Victo Ngai - Los Angeles based illustrator from Hong Kong. Victo provides illustrations for newspaper and magazines such as the New York Times and the New Yorker; create storyboards and art for animations with studios like NBC and Dreamworks ; makes books for publishers such as Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Folio Society and Macmillan; and works on packaging and advertisement campaigns for Apple, Johnnie Walker, American Express, Lufthansa Airline and General Electric. More at Tumblr.
VL Durand - Drawing cartoons and writing and illustrating picture books.
House of Illustration - The UK's only public gallery dedicated solely to illustration and graphic art. Founded by Sir Quentin Blake it opened in July 2014 in King’s Cross, London. Its exhibition programme explores both historic and contemporary illustration and the work of defining and emerging illustrators, amplified by a vibrant programme of talks and events. A registered charity, House of Illustration supports and promotes new talent, commissions new work and has a pioneering learning programme delivered by professional illustrators.
Illustration - Illustration and animation agency with offices in London, New York, Hamburg, Paris, Mumbai, Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney.
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