1. Steve Salgado

    Chicago Based Illustrator, Steve Salgado is definitely a man of few words. But what he lacks in verbosity he makes up in versatility. He has a range of styles, most with a graffiti-influenced basis, but he also produces some very emotional painted pieces. His sketchbooks are particularly fun and very organic. You can find more about Salgado on his website.

  2. Julien Bizat

    Parisian Julien Bizat is a talented former Gobelins student currently plying his trade in feature length animation amongst other things. He is a talented illustrator, animator and character designer that I’ve admired for a few years now, so it was about time I shared. There is a lot of brilliant work to be found on his blog, from development work to finished artwork. Enjoy!

  3. Afu Chan

    Afu Chan is an illustrator and comic book artist living in the US. He studied at California College of the Arts and then went on to freelance as well as do a lot of the artwork for the comic book ‘Spera’. He uses quite bold line-work in his inking, and uses all sorts of different techniques to colour, such as coloured pencils, watercolours and Photoshop. See more on his website.

  4. Lianne Harrison

    Lianne Harrison is from the Malvern Hills, and now works from London. Most of her illustrations use a collage technique, and she also makes great use of her handwriting to give her work a unique feel. She’s created book jackets, illustrated maps and some great editorial illustrations. Clients include GQ Magazine, Spiral Productions and The Vegan Society. She was shortlisted for The Penguin Design Award in 2009 and in 2011 her work was selected by The Association of Illustrators to exhibit at the London Transport Museum. Visit her website to see more…