1. Jake Wyatt

    Brace yourself, you may step into the same trap that a lot of people do, and fall in love with Jake Wyatt’s work. Contributor to The Anthology Project, Mr. Wyatt’s style is deceptively simple.

  2. Fashion Fridays ~ Ise Ratta Ananphada

    Freelance fashion illustrator, Ise Ratta Ananphada’s work is filled with little details and symbolism. Born in Thialand she has worked with a range of international clients, including Kloset, and Choulachou London. Her illustrations are made up of tight line work and controlled rendering, yet due to the amount of elements and abstracted subject matters, her illustrations feel free and fanciful. You can find her portfolio on Behance, and keep up-to-date with her work by following her facebook page.

  3. Fred Fixler (1923 – 2010)

    Fred Fixler was born in Hungary, although his family migrated to America when he was very young, and was raised in the Bronx. After perusing other careers, in the early 1950s, Mr. Fixler turned his attention to art. He attended The Art Students League in New York, then later studied Cubism at the The Academie Julian in Paris.

  4. Eric Comstock

    Fun, stylish, bright and friendly—Eric’s illustrations are all of these things. I love his characters made up of geometric shapes. Illustrations are naturally flat or two-dimensional by nature, so it’s interesting to see the way he embraces that in his work; everything feels unashamedly flat, with simple shapes fitting together to create exciting compositions. Find more of Eric’s work on his website.

  5. Jing Zhang

    Jing Zhang is an illustrator, typographer and designer from southern China and currently living in trendy London. Her infographics are exceptional, and her experiments with 3D illustrated type are very powerful. I cannot express enough how inspiring her portfolio of work is, so visit her website or Behance to drool over the rest of her portfolio.

  6. Manga Mondays ~ Ippus

    Fantasy style manga illustrator Ippus has some nifty pin-up illustrations on her Deviant Art page. The digital colours are applied to good effect, and she pays a lot of attention to the clothing and accessories of her characters. See more here.

  7. Lois Van Baarle aka Loish

    The label “Internet Famous” gets thrown about a lot these days, not always justifiably, but after amassing a huge fan-base on sites like deviantArt and Facebook, I believe Lois Van Baarle has definitely earned it. Born in Holland, Lois Van Baarle studied animation in Ghent, Belgium, then continued her studies at Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht (HKU). Lois is currently working as a freelance illustrator and animator with international clients including Channel 4, CBBC, and Centre National du Jeu. All the while self-funding and developing her animation project, Trichrome. Check out her website for more stunning work. Also her FAQ is a very useful read for those looking to to start a career in illustration or wanting to learn more about digital techniques.