1. Penelope Dullaghan

    penelope-dullaghan-001
    penelope-dullaghan-002
    penelope-dullaghan-003
    penelope-dullaghan-004
    1 / 4

    Penelope Dullaghan resides in North Carolina, USA. She started working as a freelance illustrator in 2004, previously having worked as an art director for an advertising agency. She is probably quite well known in the illustration community for running the excellent website Illustration Friday (recently featured on The Lounge). Her illustration style is beautiful and she has a brilliant talent for hand-drawn typography. She has created some excellent logos for various companies, showing a good understanding of graphic design. A lot of illustrators attempt to ‘over-complicate’ logos when they are given the chance, but Penny keeps them simple which makes them easily applicable and resizable. I’ll also add that whenever we’ve had the privilege of corresponding with Penny she has been friendly and professional; always a pleasure.

    Her clients include The New York Times, Starbucks, Oprah and Harper Collins.

    Visit Penny’s portfolio website for more.

  2. Manga Mondays ~ Bram Lee

    bram-lee-001
    bram-lee-002
    bram-lee-003
    bram-lee-004
    1 / 4

    Bram Lee is a Malaysian concept artist with a great knack for digital colouring. He uses various styles, including manga, comic book style art, background paintings and more technical illustrations such as weapons and machinery. It’s nice to look through his Deviant Art portfolio and see how all these various styles come together. Lots of fun!

    View Bram’s Deviant Art page.

  3. Vanessa Alice Bensimon aka Miss Van

    miss-van-01
    miss-van-02
    miss-van-03
    miss-van-04
    1 / 4

    At the beginnings, my dolls were self-portraits. Graffiti has a very megalomaniac side; instead of writing my name, I chose to represent myself through my dolls.

    – Miss Van.

    Born in Toulouse, France and graffing from the age of 18, Miss Van has one of the most recognisable style in the street art scene. Her dolls, with their exaggerated curves and sultry eyes, often in less then demure positions, ooze seduction with all intention to provoke a reaction. Her work has been exhibited in various galleries across the globe, often with other great street art talents, such as Banksy, Faile, and Shepard Fairey. More recently Miss Van moved to Barcelona and partnered with fashion designer Anaoana producing clothes and accessories under the brand name Miss Van & Anaoana.

  4. Fashion Fridays ~ Sarah Beetson

    sarah-beetson-001
    sarah-beetson-002
    sarah-beetson-003
    1 / 3

    Sarah is from Manchester, a northern city in the UK. She has had an incredible career to date, working with some of the most respected people in fashion today. One of her first jobs in the fashion industry was at Yellowdoor, the fashion marketing company run by Mary Portas. This kick-started an illustration career that boasts a client list including Diesel, Kings of Leon, IKEA, The British Fashion Council, Continental Airlines and OXO to name a few. It’s not hard to see why her illustrations are so sought after; they are unique in style and are brilliantly eye-catching.

    Visit Sarah’s website.