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. 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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  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Luis Tinoco

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    Luis Tinoco is a fashion and editorial illustrator based in Barcelona, Spain. He has worked with companies including Maybelline New York, Estée Lauder, Renault, Danone, and Nivea. His illustrations have appeared in Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Flare.

    Tinoco studied Graphic Design at Barcelona’s Llotja School of Arts and Crafts. After graduating he joined the multidisciplinary studio Mariscal. He later moved to advertising agency D’Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles as an Assistant Art Director. Then furthered his experience as an Art Director at Lowe FMRG. Tinoco made the break from working for agencies, launching his career as a professional illustrator with a series of children’s books for Audi-Attitudes. He has continued to work as a freelance illustrator for over a decade.

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  4. Anthony Hope-Smith

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    Anthony Hope-Smith is a London-based writer, illustrator, storyboard artist and comic artist. He has storyboarded for BBC television series, Being Human and web series, Resonance. He illustrated the graphic biography of journalist Hunter S. Thompson, Gonzo, and Image Comics mini-series, The Dream Merchant.

    Hope-Smith studied Animation at Surrey Institute Of Art And Design. Graduating in 2001, he has worked professionally for over a decade. In that time has created visuals for advertising campaigns, book covers, and children’s book. His first love, however, has always been comics and in 2010, his first graphic novel was released. Gonzo: A Graphic Biography of Hunter S. Thompson was written by Will Bingley and published by SelfMadeHero. It tells the extraordinary life and public perception of the counterculture icon. Gonzo was praised by critics, readers, and Thompson fans alike.

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  5. Vicki Turner

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    Vicki Turner is a British designer and illustrator based in Devon. Working in branding, product design, and illustration for clients including The Times, Disney/Pixar, Cartoon Network, Baku Magazine, Eighty Eight Journal and Shop Magazine.

    Turner grew up in a cottage on the coast of North Devon, and after wandering the world has recently returned to Devon. A few of the places she visited on her travels were Costa Rica, Indonesia, Finland, and North Carolina. Upon returning she founded Feist Forest. Where she, along with Ben Algar, Ben Sutton and Tom Sutton create beautiful sustainable wooden work tables and studio wares.

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  6. Laura Bifano

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    Laura Bifano is an illustrator based in Vancouver, Canada. She has worked as a concept artist, storyboard artist, and editorial illustrator. She has exhibited in multiple gallery shows including Thinkspace, Spoke, Gallery 1988, Nucleus, and the Los Angeles Municipal gallery. Her clients include Hasbro, Boom! Studios, The Washington Post, The Calgary Herald and Parks Canada.

    Bifano grew up on the rainy pacific northwest of Canada, running around and drawing pictures. Spending her summers with family in logging camps out in the middle of the woods. I am sure we can all agree, that sounds incredible. She studied at the Alberta College of Art and Design, and graduated in 2008.

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  7. Tom Haugomat

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    Tom Haugomat is an illustrator and director based in Paris, France. Initially working in animation, recently he has focused on illustration. His work has been featured in publications including Air France Magazine, Revue XXI and Le Monde. He is represented by illustration agency, Handsome Frank.

    Haugomat, born and raised in Paris, studied at the prestigious Parisian school of the visual arts, Gobelins. There he met Bruno Mangyoku, with whom he made the short films Jean-François, Pest, and a tribute to Drive.

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