1. Georges Beuville (1902 — 1982)

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    Georges Beuville was a French illustrator and painter. In a career spanning over 40 years, he worked in advertising, sculpture, set design, comics and cinema.

    He was born in Calvados, France, in 1902. As a young boy, Beuville enjoyed wandering the countryside and he participated in hunting with his father and uncle. He studied Decorative Arts at l’École Germain-Pilon (now École nationale supérieure des arts appliqués et des métiers d’art), in Paris.

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  2. Manga Mondays ~ Mitsuru Adachi

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    Mitsuru Adachi is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for serial drama sports stories, including Touch, H2, and Miyuki. Many of his mangas have become best-sellers and adapted for animation, live-action TV and films. Adachi has created more than 280 books, and as of 2011, his works had sold over 200 million copies.

    He was born 1951 in Isesaki City, Japan. In 1967, at just 16 years old, Adachi was a finalist in a COM Magazine contest. After he graduated from High School in 1969, he worked as an assistant for manga artist, Isami Ishii. In 1970, Adachi made his manga debut with Kieta bakuon (The Faded Explosion) in Deluxe Shōnen Sunday.

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  3. Oh, Possum!

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    Oh, Possum! is a light-hearted hand-drawn animated short. It is directed by Los Angeles-based animator and illustrator, Justin Hilden.

    The story follows two brothers, Switch and Ellsworth, stuck atop a tree with a pack of mongrels snarling bellow. In an attempt to escape, Switch decides wrestling the dogs is the best course of action! Not but seconds later, Switch is playing possum and has entered an internal safe place to wait out the danger. It doesn’t take long for Ellsworth to join him there.

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  4. Luke Pearson

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    Luke Pearson is a British illustrator and comic artist. He has worked with a wonderful array of client including The New Yorker, Penguin, Cartoon Network, The Guardian, and Little White Lies. However, he probably best known for his award-winning series of comics, Hilda.

    Born in Stockton-on-Tees in 1987. Doodling from very young, Pearson started adding speech bubbles as soon as he figured out how to draw people. He knew early on that he wanted to be a professional cartoonist. But he was daunted by, and unsure of, how the industry worked. And so, he went to university to study illustration.

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  5. Fashion Fridays ~ Amelie Hegardt

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    Amelie Hegardt is an artist, illustrator, and associate lecturer. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden she now lives and works in London, England. Her work has been shown across the world in books and on buildings.

    Some of her notable clients include Elle, Harrods, MAC Cosmetics, Marie Claire, and Vogue. Alongside her commercial endeavours, Hegardt currently teaches Life Drawing and Fashion Illustration at the London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins.

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  6. Justin Erickson

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    Justin Erickson is a Canadian illustrator and graphic designer. Inspired by vintage art, comic books, the macabre, and the bizarre. He has worked with Dark Horse Comics, Lions Gate Entertainment, Rue Morgue Magazine, Twitch Film, and regularly collaborates with Mondo.

    Erickson studied Illustration at the prestigious Sheridan College in Toronto, Canada. He graduated in 2005, and two years later landed his dream job as a Graphic Designer for leading horror in culture and entertainment magazine, Rue Morgue. In 2012, he became the magazine’s Art Director.

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  7. James Harren

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    James Harren is an American comic artist, based in Brooklyn, New York. A creative storyteller and highly sought after cover artist, he has worked on titles for Marvel, Vertigo, Dark Horse, Image, and IDW. He is currently working on his first creator-owned series, Rumble. Which is written by his longtime collaborator, John Arcudi.

    In 2010, Harren was working at Marvel on Heralds and various X-Men titles. He was approached by Arcudi to illustrate a two-part Abe Sapien story. Released in 2011, The Devil Does Not Jest marked Harren’s first foray into the Hellboy Universe. Shortly after, Harren and Arcudi worked together on B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth.

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