Editorial & Advertising

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Takeshi Ohgushi

    Takeshi Ohgushi is a Japanese artist known for his contemporary brush and ink Bijin-ga (portraits of beautiful women). He has painted for brands throughout the world including Clinique, Emlio Pucci, Kanebo, Lancome, Lanvin, and Shiseido.

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    Tero Briganti

    Tero Briganti is an illustrator and graphic artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Working with graphite, each one of Briganti’s illustrations is a self-contained universe, complete with symbolic imagery and intrigue.

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Hsiao-Ron Cheng

    Hsiao-Ron Cheng is Taiwanese commercial artist. Her work has slowly transitioned from nightmarish scenes full of imagination to laconic portraits and still lifes with a touch of the surreal. Throughout the years, Cheng’s tendency and flair for subdued tones have made her work instantly recognisable.

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    Manga Mondays ~ Jun Kumaori

    Jun Kumaori, aka ‘KMR’ and ‘Jun Ayafuya,’ is a Japanese artist based in Kyoto. Her paintings place solitary students in everyday surroundings. Kumaori adds an element of escapism to her sombre-toned portrayal of youngsters using an impressionist-influenced painting style.

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    Christopher Silas Neal

    Christopher Silas Neal is an award-winning illustrator and author living in Brooklyn, New York. He writes and illustrates picture books, designs book jackets, posters, and regularly makes editorial art for magazines and newspapers including The New York Times and The New Yorker.

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    Jordi Lafebre

    Comic book artist and freelance illustrator Jordi Lafebre works for both Spanish and Franco-Belgian comics audiences.  His comics deal with a spectrum of issues and his detailed environments provide a vivid stage to play out the emotions of the characters.

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    Tim Mack

    Tim Mack is an illustrator and character designer based in Vancouver, Canada. He has recently become freelance after working almost a decade in the games industry. Illustrating digitally and traditionally, Mack creates characters, be they monsters or animals, that retain a cute and comical appeal.