1. Denis Borisovich

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    Denis Borisovich is a Russian illustrator and animator. Based in Moscow, he has worked for Russian animation studios Toonbox and was a member of the visual art group honkfu.

    As part of team Arctq17, Borisovich worked on the Opening for the Russian Animation Festival Suzdal twice. The first time in 2013 where they created The Goose. Followed up in 2014 with all out barbarism in The Serpent Princess.

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  2. Fashion Fridays ~ Noumeda Carbone

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    Noumeda Carbone is an award winning illustrator based in Florence, Italy. Freelancing since 2006 she has worked with a host of clients including Leo Burnett, Vogue, Saatchi & Saatchi and The Guardian. Carbone’s detailed and surreal work has graced the walls of multiple solo and group exhibition and illuminated the pages of many magazines like Rolling Stone, Glamour, Computer Arts, La Perla Magazine, and Juxtapoz.

    Carbone’s illustrations balance the fanciful with the forlorn. Finicky detail sit next to fancy-free water colour brush work. All the elements are collated digitally to give a coherent, layered and dazzling finished piece.

    You can gaze at more of Noumeda Carbone’s work on her website and instagram.

  3. Antony Gustard

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    Antony Gustard aka CMG aka CustardMustardGustard is an illustrator from England but currently based in Mexico. He started his own independent Skate/Street Wear Brand also called CMG.

    Gustard creates lino prints, collages and paintings on found wood. His work uses brightly coloured, simple shapes, often depicting disembodied limbs (but in a happy way). His illustrations are also accompanied with pattern detailing, which give his work a tribal feel to them.

    You can find Antony Gustard on Facebook and Twitter, and see more of his work on his website.

  4. Jakub Rebelka

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    Jakub Rebelka is a Polish freelance illustrator and comic creator. Born 1981 into a family of artist, when Mr Rebelka was 15 years old, he received the Junior Grand Prix at the Polish International Comic Festival. In 2002 publishers Kultura Gniewu released his first comic book, Doctor Bryan, to positive reviews.

    Well known in Poland for his distinctive style, Mr Rebelka has painted many public murals in Gdansk, Sopot, Warsaw and Bremen. He also provided background and character design, as well as illustrations for the animated cutscenes for the acclaimed video game The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (2011). Mr Rebelka is currently working alongside writer Yohan Radomski on a graphic novel called City of Dogs.

    You can find more of Jakub Rebelka’s striking and offbeat illustrations on his tumblr.

  5. Dave the Chimp

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    Dave the Chimp is a multi-disciplinary artist and skateboard zealot from London, residing in Berlin. Often sharing his talents on the streets around the world, Mr Chimp has also contributed to books, fanzines, skateboard graphics and videos.

    His array of work has been exhibited (indoors) in London, Tokyo, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Milano and Barcelona. Mr Chimp’s video work include music videos for Robots in Disguise and Puppini Sisters, as well as commercials for Badly Drawn Boy and Led Zeppelin.

    Find out more about Dave the Chimp by checking out his website.

  6. Boneface

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    I remember getting off the train, looking up and getting distracted by a poster. Stopped in my tracks, I stood staring at Queens of the Stone Age’s …Like Clockwork poster. As soon as I got home I “investigated” (quick Google search) who the illustrator was. It was Liverpool-base creative, Boneface.

    You may already be familiars with Mr. Boneface’s work, especially if you are a habitué to Society6. A few years ago he did a series of illustrations depicting some of our most-loved superheroes severely injured. So severe, I believe if they had experienced a beating like that in their comics, they would have probably just quit.

    That grittiness is a definite draw of Mr. Boneface’s work. Coupled with deft linework and vibrate colours, you don’t need many more reasons to keep and eye on this canny illustrator. You can find more of Mr. Boneface’s work on his website.

  7. Mr. Penfold Show London

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    I’m very excited about Mr. Penfold’s solo show in lively Camden Town next week! It runs from the 1st to the 4th of August. If you are in London during this time, pop in and show some support! Here’s a press release for the show:

    The highly anticipated debut London show for Mr. Penfold is finally here, Thursday 1st August is the date to save. Showcasing new works from the artist, the series will feature new paintings on three materials: wood, canvas and paper. The work sees Penfold delve deeper into his love for both abstract art and graffiti, a fusion which the artist has been developing and nurturing over his career.

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