Category

Comic Art

  1. Box Brown

    Box Brown is a comic book writer, illustrator and publisher from Philadelphia. His breakthrough graphic novel, Andre the Giant: Life and Legend, spent three weeks on the New York Times Graphic Novel Best Sellers List. Brown’s small press achievements were recognised by Ignatz Award, winning an Outstanding Series Award for his self-published book Everything Dies. Brown launched the comics publishing house Retrofit Comics, completely funded by Kickstarter donations.

  2. In Their Own Words – Cleonique Hilsaca

    Freelance illustrator, Cleonique Hilsaca’s work exudes a sense of calm created by washing the canvas with pastel colours. Viewers can’t help but be disarmed by her joyful, round characters yet Cleonique is not afraid to employ these same techniques to address deeper emotions and social issues. This juxtaposition between style and tone is used to great effect. Cleonique shares her drawing process and some of her favourite projects with Illustrator’s Lounge.

  3. Giulia Sagramola

    Giulia Sagramola is an Italian illustrator, cartoonist, and designer currently based in Barcelona. In a shared studio, she focuses on freelance assignments while working on personal book projects as well as a regular autobiographical comic diary. Mixing watercolor, ink, crayons, and digital, she creates comical and nuanced illustrations.

  4. Garen Ewing

    Garen Ewing is a comic creator, illustrator and designer based in West Sussex, England. He is best known for writing and illustrating the critically acclaimed Adventures of Julius Chancer: The Rainbow Orchid, winner of a 2013 Young People’s Comic Award.

  5. Mathieu Reynès

    Mathieu Reynès is a French comic book writer and artist. Since 2002, he has worked with many of Europes’ top comic publishers including Ankama, Dupuis, Paquet and Spirou. He illustrated the successful Alter ego series, wrote Water Memory, and is currently writing and drawing the supernatural Harmony.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.