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  1. Fashion Fridays ~ Megan Hess

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    Megan Hess is an Australian fashion illustrator. She has worked with renowned clients including Prada, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., and Yves Saint Laurent. She has written and illustrated three best-selling books, Fashion House, The Dress and Coco Chanel.

    Born in Brisbane, Hess would draw as a child, yet never considered it would be something she could do for a living. So when she was a little older she decided to study Graphic Design at Griffith University.

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  2. GRAPHITE is Now Live on Kickstarter!

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    Following’s highly successful Kickstarter campaign for The Art of Loish is GRAPHITE magazine – a brand new campaign currently seeking funding! GRAPHITE will be a printed art magazine with an eclectic mix of interviews, tutorials, inspiration and advice, for people who love to draw and admire art.

    Its unique look and style will make for an elegant coffee-table browse, while the insightful resources inside will prove invaluable for the creative in you. Each issue will showcase the very best that the industry has to offer, from professionals to talented newcomers, from illustrators and urban sketchers to concept designers and comic artists – GRAPHITE aims to bring you diverse and exciting artwork with a traditional media slant, all of which will leave you inspired and informed.

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  3. Federico Bertolucci

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    Federico Bertolucci is an Italian comic artist and illustrator. He is best known for his award-winning series of silent wildlife graphic novels, LOVE. Alongside French writer Frédéric Brrémaud, Bertolucci has illustrated four volumes, LOVE: The Tiger, LOVE: The fox and LOVE: The Lion and LOVE: The Dinosaur. Bertolucci was nominated in this year’s Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards for Best Painter/Multimedia Artist.

    In 1998, after completing a course in comics at the Disney Academy in Milan and graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara, Bertolucci was hired by Disney Italia as an artist for their weekly Topolino magazine.

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  4. Anthony Vivien

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    Anthony Vivien is a French visual development and color board artist. Vivien has worked as a visual development artist for Nickelodeon, Disney XD, and Brunch Studio.

    During an almost two years stint at Ankama Animation, he worked as Co-Author & Artistic Director on a series called Muffin Jack and Jeremy.

    He studied at The school of animation and CGI, Supinfocom (now known as MOPA) for 4 years. He, along with his friends Marc Bouyer and Mac Loubaresse, left dropped out the school to make a short movie called Salesman Pete and the amazing stone from outer space. The face-paced action of the short, and its particular brand of humour, reminds of the old LucasArt games, particularly Day of the Tentacle and Sam & Max Hit the Road. The trio went on to form S.T.E.A.K. Kollective.

    You can find more of Anthony Vivien’s work on Tumblr, as well as his older work on Blogger.

  5. Manga Mondays ~ Shen Ying-jieh

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    Shen Ying-jieh, better known by the pseudonym Akru, is a Taiwanese manhua artist. Her first comic Wings of Kopule was awarded the first place prize in Best Comic Storyline by the Government Information Office of the Executive Yuan.

    Akru majored in Anthropology, preceded by a postgraduate Design course at Shi Jian University. While still a student she came across historical records detailing the arrival of missionaries and explorers in Taiwan. Discovering that 19th-century Taiwan was vastly different from what she had previously imagined.

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  6. Chronemics


    Chronemics is a six-minute feature film was led by Animade’s creative director Ed Barrett, but included the entire team. Each animator was tasked with certain sections which were linked together to create one cohesive narrative and world. The mesmerizing series of animated clips consistently and cleverly challenges your expectations.

    The animation was created using Adobe After Effects and Photoshop to accompany Arte’s celebrated short film festival, The Shortest Day. It threaded together almost an entire day of film screenings across France and Germany.

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  7. Ayala Tal

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    Ayala Tal is a freelance illustrator based in Tel Aviv, Israel. She creates sophisticated digital collages that have been published in the Israeli Institute of Technology magazine, the International Journal of Gynecologist, Ha’aretz newspaper, and Lidové Noviny newspaper.

    She studied Illustration at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. She graduated in 2005, and in 2007 began working as an in-house illustrator for the Israeli business magazine, The Marker. Tal decided to transition to a freelancer in 2012, and in 2015 started a Master degree in Arts at Tel Aviv University.

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