Category

Comic Art

  1. Frederik Peeters

    Frederik Peeters is an award-winning Swiss comic book artist. He has published over 30 graphic novels but is best known for the highly acclaimed Pilules Bleues (Blue Pills: a Positive Love Story). He has received five nominations in the ‘Best Book’ category at the prestigious Angoulême International Comics Festival.

  2. Bill Bragg

    Bill Bragg is a British artist and illustrator. He has worked with The Folio Society, The Guardian and The New York Times. He is a co-founder and member of the art collect, Le Gun. As such, he regularly exhibits internationally and features in the group’s self-titled annual magazine.

  3. Yuko Shimizu

    Yuko Shimizu is an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City. Her stylish and surreal ink drawings blend traditional Japanese ukiyo-e art with American comic art. They have appeared in numerous magazines, advertisements, book and comic covers.

  4. Darren Rawlings

    Darren Rawlings is a Canadian illustrator and creative director of Thinkmore studios. He has worked on storyboards, concept art and animations for clients including Discovery Channel, HBO, Sony, BBC and Scholastic.

  5. Douglas Holgate

    Douglas Holgate is a freelance illustrator and comic artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Predominately illustrating children’s fiction, he is best known for his work on several series including Brian Anderson’s The Adventures of Commander Zack Proton (2006 – 2007), Steve Cotler’s Cheesie Mack (2012 – 2014) and The Last Kids On Earth (2015 – 2016), writen by The New York Times bestselling author, Max Brallier. In 2012, Holgate won an Illustrator Australia Award for ‘Best Unpublished Series’ and in 2016 recieved a Bronze Ledger Award for his self-published comic Maralinga (2015).

  6. Manga Mondays ~ Mingjue Helen Chen

    Mingjue Helen Chen is an Art Director and Visual Development Artist, based in Los Angeles. Currently working at Walt Disney Animation Studios, she has contributed to notable films Big Hero 6 (2014), Paperman (2012), Wreck-It Ralph (2012).