1. Phillip Butah

    Phillip Butah is a personal friend of ours here at the lounge. Although we have examined his work time and time again, it never ceases to impress us. His ultra realistic portraits present the viewer with not only an honest study of the subject but also a deeper connection with them. Phillip tends to punch right through the barriers and show what lies beneath, this is truly amazing when coupled with his ability to make the persons character feel larger than life. Phillip has drawn many famous individuals to date including, Prince Charles, Ashley Walters, Linford Cristie and his latest works with Ed Sheeran. To see more, head over to his website.

  2. Andrew Bannecker

    I’m glad I came across the vector style illustrations of Andrew Bannecker; they’re full of imagination and the bright colours are striking. No wonder his client list is so impressive… Andew’s work is an advertiser’s dream! There is great variety on his blog, from posters, to mugs and personal work, updated regularly.

  3. Jeremy Wilson

    Dark strange fantasy, unsettling horror and eerie folklore are the subjects Jeremy Wilson is devoted to. A fantastic artist and illustrator who really brings the whole horror fantasy genre to life. Be sure to stop by his site to view more of his tormented works.

  4. Paul Pope

    New York based, Eisner winning, illustrator Paul Pope has done it all—Self-published, worked with the comic giants (Marvel, DC, Dark horse), worked with Japan’s largest manga publishers, worked with fashion house Diesel, and has been featured in a bunch of illustration books. Possibly most famous for his Batman mini-series, Batman: Year One Hundred, and his own comics Heavy Liquid, and 100%. If you are lucky enough to find his first art book PulpHope: The Art Of Paul Pope at a good price it is a must-have!