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Editorial & Advertising

  1. Greg Manchess

    Gregory Manchess is a prolific award-winning American illustrator. Balancing aesthetics and concept, Manchess’ dynamic brushwork heightens the emotions of his narrative-driven paintings. With clients including Time, Playboy, Smithsonian and The National Geographic, his illustrations have appeared in magazines, movie posters, advertising campaigns and book covers.

  2. Uijung Kim

    Uijung Kim is freelance designer and illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. Inspired by her travels, love of fashion, friends, food and teaching experience, she aims to make people feel happy through her work.

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Jessica Singh

    Jessica Singh is a Berlin-based freelance illustrator originally from Perth, Western Australia. Her fantastical illustrations explore themes of feminine power with characters enclosed in vibrant patterns and plenty of subtle details.

  4. Leo Espinosa

    Leo Espinosa is a freelance illustrator and designer from Bogotá, Colombia. His illustrations have graced the pages of magazines and children’s books earning recognition from American Illustration, Communication Arts, Pictoplasma, 3×3, and the Society of Illustrators.

  5. Victor Maury

    Victor Maury is a French illustrator working as a splash artist at Riot Games. His work has received many honours and awards including Spectrum Rising Star Award and Society of Illustrators West Silver Award.

  6. Fashion Fridays ~ Rosie McGuinness

    Rosie McGuinness is a London-based fashion illustrator with a focus on figure. She has worked largely in editorial, catwalk reports, line-ups and look-books for clients including i-D, the V&A museum, Penguin books, Whistles and LCF for Victoria Beckham.

  7. Ryohei Yanagihara (1931 – 2015)

    At the start of his career, prolific artist and honorary MOL captain Ryohei Yanagihara illustrated numerous book covers and movie title sequences. He created the cultural icon, Uncle Torys, for Suntory whisky before becoming one of the key figures in Japanese independent animation of the 1960s.