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Editorial & Advertising

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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.

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Clym Evernden

    British illustrator and art director Clym Evernden is known for his fast and loose ink-based style. Award-winning and in high demand, Evernden has created artwork and animations, designed sets and directed marketing campaigns for many leading global fashion and luxury brands.

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    Xoana Herrera

    Xoana Herrera is a Graphic Designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is currently based in Los Angeles, California, where she works for production company Buck.

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    Vincent Roché

    Vincent Roché is a graphic artist and an illustrator based in Paris, France. He was working as an Art Director for five years before deciding to become a freelancer full-time. He has since accumulated an impressive client list including Nike, Microsoft, ARTE and AQKA.

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Gladys Perint Palmer

    Gladys Perint Palmer is an esteemed illustrator, journalist, and educator. She studied at two of the finest fashion schools in the world, Central Saint Martins, and at the Parsons School of Design. She is currently the Executive Vice President of Artistic Development at San Francisco’s Academy of Art.

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    Odile van der Stap

    Odile van der Stap is an illustrator working under the nickname Jumei. Her subdued digital work has Art Nouveau aesthetics, as well as inspiration from Golden Age American illustrators such as  J.C. Leyendecker.