1. IMAGO

    IMAGO is a 2005 short film by Cédric Babouche. It received ten awards, including two at the Cannes Film Festival, and was selected in more than 110 festivals around the world. It blends watercolour illustrations with 2D and 3D animation to tell a tale of the cycle of life.

  2. Tero Briganti

    Tero Briganti is an illustrator and graphic artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Working with graphite, each one of Briganti’s illustrations is a self-contained universe, complete with symbolic imagery and intrigue.

  3. Céline Deregnaucourt

    Céline Deregnaucourt is a French children’s book illustrator. She has illustrated storybooks and school books, enriching the pages with wide-eyed characters and colourful geometric worlds for them to explore.

  4. Help Us Become More Splendid

    Fellow Loungers, here’s your chance to guide the future of Illustrator’s Lounge. We began the website five years ago to create a place that celebrated international illustration. Then your support spurred us to do better and grow. Now we would love your help to evolve further. If you could take a moment to fill out this very short questionnaire, we’d really appreciate it.

  5. Cam Kendell

    Cam Kendell is an illustrator and comic artist based in Orem, Utah. A digital and traditional artist, he became a freelancer after three years of painting miniatures. His absurd fantasy comics fulfil a personal fondness for drawing video game jokes, tentacles, gnomes and long Scraggly beards.