Illustrators

Willian Santiago is a graphic designer and illustrator from Londrina, Brazil. His work is quite versatile, either being manual or digital, with a sensitive style and including lots of experimentations. Willian Santiago says he is inspired by the work of Brazilian illustrators like Nestor Junior, Raf

Artist Amandine Delaunay is a French art director with great skills for illustration. She has worked for different graphic design projects like lettering, handmade illustrations, maps, portraits, books and digital content. Her works are pretty well photographed and presented in her portfolio that is

Gloria Sánchez is a Spanish illustrator and designer who currently lives and works in Praga (Czech Republic). Her work is mainly inspired by strange eras and is full of imagination. She tries to connect her artwork with elements from other cultures, the past, nature or the universe. Her style is qu

Eero Lampinen is an Helsinki based illustrator who works with ink, brushes, watercolor and a dreamy digital color palette. His drawings are an intriguing blend of fantasy and pop culture, often depicting offbeat characters in adjacent realities. Client list include: Wired UK, Hohe Luft, Frame Public

Sam Chivers is a British illustrator who often creates surreal sci-fi infused imagery. Born in 1974, he Graduated with a BA in Illustration at Porstmouth University, and now explores the relationship between science and the natural world. Inspired by European comics and fantasy art of the 1970s and

Mark Weaver is a designer and illustrator living in New York City. He is famous for his elegant illustrations made of digital collages of colors and vintage images. Mark Weaver has created an incredible amount of original graphic illustrations but he also is a designer with various graphic productio

The Tree House Press is the Alias of British illustrator Marc Aspinall. His digital paintings combine the tactile freedom and efficiency of those illustrators from the ’50s and ’60s who colored the pages of publications such as The New Yorker, Playboy, and Reader’s Digest with his own distinct