1. 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!

  2. Gax

    Just like playing with wet clay, this is a good kind of dirty. The use of textures, colour and line come together to create a gorgeous grungy Gax brand of magic! There’s a great blog full of gritty; go and take a look…

  3. The Legendary Christos Achilleos

    With a Career that has spanned over 40 years, Cypriot born Chris Achilleos is acknowledged as one of the most important fantasy artists / illustrators in the world. His works include many hundreds of book cover illustrations & movie concept artworks. To date he has written and illustrated 4 of his own books Amazona, Medusa, Beauty and the Beast and Sirens. Click on the links to check them out on Amazon.