My name is Susanna Harrison, I’m from Sydney Australia, and illustration has always been my thing. I love drawing the urban world around me, with just a little more color and style thrown into the mix. I take a bit of everything and never know what will inspire me next – it’s a fun journey and I love seeing where the process ends up.
Hello! My name is Beth and I am an illustrator living and working in Eastbourne. I work full-time as a Design Assistant and freelance in my spare time. I like to make work that is fun and playful, I enjoy using bold colours and simplistic shapes. I am inspired by the things and people around me, whether that be music or fashion or art. My aim is to have the opportunity to collaborate with some amazing brands and artists on different and unique projects!
Manddy Wyckens is an animation director and an illustrator working in London. Manddy’s approach is minimal yet bold, making her images an immersive visual journey. Her thin elegant lines creates characters with both an attitude and an emotional edge. The hand-crafted drawn quality of her work is twisted in a more modern approach by her use of a compelling eye-catching colour palette.
I’m Sally, I live and work in Sheffield UK in a bright yellow studio. I am obsessed with using bright colours and integrating pattern and linework into the images I make. I am interested in human relationships, which is why most of my work includes the figure. I would describe my work as fun but a little on the strange side.
Hi! My name is Hayley Kim. I was born in Seoul, South Korea, raised in Vancouver, Canada, and currently living in New York, USA. My illustrations are about, but not limited to, feelings and moments of life. I capture moments which arouse various feelings, wishing these illustrations help people coping with stress and sorrow of their lives.
I am 27 old freelance Designer and Illustrator. With a background as Art Director in the best advertising agencies. Based in London. The last couple of month I am totally excited about 3D and animation. I love collaboration so if you have something around just let me know!
I’m a freelance illustrator based in London. I have a inclination for the male figure and pop culture. I love bold colours and dynamic strokes. I’d been working mostly for clients on the states, magazines, editorials.
I am Minet Kim, a freelance illustrator. I grew up in a small town near the sea, and I’m currently living in Seoul. My work is inspired by the people who surround me, fashion trend, music, different cultures and my experience. It could be based on emotions, or abstract ideas, but it has to come from my personal experience. First, I usually draw a basic idea of an image which was tried with a rough sketch and I start to draw a detail of image from one of the best rough sketch in digital. I love looking and thinking at weird things. Then I draw something from my imagination. I am inspired by everything around me.
Hi, I’m a french illustrator. I like to create stories based on the “not much” of the life, like my last work in progress “Same train different stories”, I just wanted to draw different people in a train, but then what had to be simple became complex and a real questioning. It’s not much but I really love the idea that so many different people take the train together. It makes me happy and a little bit emotional. I like to draw people in general, I created them stories and personalities in their own right. It’s a bit like playing with a doll. I would like people to look at my illustrations and create their own stories in their minds. Take them out for a moment.
I’m a Budapest-based animator and psychologist. For me both of the paths are really important, and I don’t want to exclude either. During university I developed a trash-style to fulfill the requirements in time, but since I don’t have obligations I started experimenting with textures and forms. Recently I started learn coding to widen my toolbar to create animations, and currently I’m working on a music video with a small group of enthusiasts which is based on video mapping.
Hola, I’m Angela, a female artist from Malaysia. I created BlueBean, its arts and illustrations. I worked as a concept artist in an animation studio before and I realized that I prefer to create illustrations and stories.
Hi there! My name is Hertz Alegrio and I’m an illustrator based in Los Angeles. I am a recent graduate of ArtCenter College of Design. I love drawing the man-made and natural environments of Southern California, and telling stories of the lonely people who reside in it.
Hi! My name is Emma and I’m from south Florida, but now based in Barcelona. I studied Spanish, entomology, and zoology at the University of Florida and I’ve worked as a scientific illustrator at the Florida Museum of Natural History. I’m interested in anthropology, conservation biology, and environmental politics, but I’m open to all kinds of projects! I love to make highly detailed images that force the viewer to slow down and observe.
I am Cé Marina, a female illustrator and graphic designer. Currently living in Barcelona as an artpreneur. The most important part of my life is doing what I am passionate about and show that through my work. I have worked for startups, consultancies and schools under different roles: graphic designer, social network consultant, infographics and infographic illustrations maker. My multi-disciplinary expertise means that there is practically no project that I can resist.
I’m Jill Arteche, a visual artist, illustrator and graphic designer, based in Manila, Philippines. I am a firm believer that there is beauty in the unattractive, which I express as it is, in all its comically grotesque glory. When I’m not drawing, you can find me watching documentaries and enjoying the thrill of a good murder mystery film.
My name is Marios Kalantzakis I come from Thessaloniki Greece and I am a self-taught and Hobbyist Digital Artist. This passion began about at the age of 5 when I started a painting class and then I knew I had to continue this passion, at the age of 17 I started a Freehand drawing and line drawing course for about 2 years because I wanted to follow an Architecture course.
Every situation could be viewed differently based on perspective. I try to illustrate everyday affairs which is extremely zoomed in or zoomed out for everyone to empathize with my illustrations.
I’m a freelance illustrator, child book illustrator and also graphic designer. I currently lives in İstanbul. I’m inspired by a lot of things: Scenes, person, feelings, color or little things. These series about in my daily life and conversations.
Hi I am from South Korea and currently live and work in Brooklyn, NY. I do paintings and installations. My inspirations are Korean traditional Shamanism and American pop culture.
Hi, I am Devansh, a digital artist from India. I am obsessed with Neon, Glitch and Post Apocalyptic art. I also love to include bright lights and colors in most of my works. Come, be a part of my journey.
An amateur illustrator majoring in Film Arts. Living in South Korea, and currently working on an animation flim project.
I’m Carolina, but people call me Caro, I’m a motion designer/ illustrator from the Caribean currently in “frozenland”. I started as designer in advertising, but I always had an interest in bringing visuals to life so I pursued an MFA focussed on Motion Design. My main inspiration is illustrated children’s books I think there’s something fascinating about storytelling through illustration and learning about other cultures and color.
My name is Caroline Bizien, I’m a French illustrator/printmaking artist based in Paris. I got a Master degree in Print Media from ENSAD, Paris (National School of Décorative Arts) in June 2017. Since then, I’ve worked on several children’s books and had an internship for a French youth magazine for a few months. My process is very influenced by comics, graphic novels, History and foreign cultures. I experiment mostly with digital media such as Adobe Illustrator but I’ve been practicing screeprint and linocut or any technique that allows me to play with layers, colors and tranparency.
I am a Leeds-based designer that has recently graduated university, with a love of texture, shape and colour. I produce digital prints that I have previously sold as tote bags and notebooks in Leeds and London – they received great feedback and have given me lots of opportunities off the back of that! I love taking my art and displaying it for so many to enjoy – I currently have two city centre art projects in Leeds. One is a piano I designed and decorated that is now placed in one of the shopping arcades as part of Leeds International Piano Festival, the other is a poster welcoming people to Leeds train station and it really shows my design style well. I am constantly evolving as a designer and love documenting my journey on my website and my Instagram.
Hey there I’m Yana. I like to explore color, shape and texture to create something fresh and unique. Nature and Tubes are two of my main inspiration. I live in Brooklyn with my fat cat Jully. Besides work, I like creating weird dance moves, TRPG, hand-made bead bags and making fun little animations.
Hello, my name is Corey Adams. I’m a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from Baltimore, Maryland. My style is heavily influenced by old skate art and hip hop culture. I love bold bright colors and I have a love for hand lettering.
I’m Lucas, a Brazilian freelance art director and illustrator based in Lisbon, Portugal. My illustration work is mainly digital, exploring extremely saturated colours and graphic elements.
I’m a Mexican graphic designer who really loves to make illustrations almost everyday. I’m a little corny and clumsy illustrator who loves vectors, flowers and pastel colors with a little splash of neon/bright colors. I feel that the illustrations I do are based generally on how I see the world day by day, as well as the emotions that this generates me, I think that is a bit cool to be able to transmit that to others. I also have a Master in Motion Graphics which sometimes helps me to give life to certain characters or scenarios which I think it’s a bit magical.