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    Dec 2012

    Marloes de Vries

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    Dutch illustrator Marloes de Vries started out working as a graphic designer and art director. In 2010 however, she took the brave decision to start working as an illustrator and has never looked back. She has illustrated books, magazines and all sorts of other things as well as exhibiting in both the UK and the Netherlands. Here’s a nice excerpt from her about page:

    “I Absolutely Love…

    Bicycles and riding them, pancakes, handwritten letters, collecting picture books, graphic novels, walking on flip flops, mittens, reading books, baking cookies and pies, travelling, record players, cracking eggs, coffee with caramel syrup, chocolate mousse, old photographs.”

    I like the picture this simple list paints of Marloes. Nice touch.

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    Dec 2012

    It’s a Shape Christmas

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    Explore the digital advent calendar by Shape Design Studio! Open up a different illustration (and download if you wish), every day until Christmas. 25 illustrators from around the world have been asked to illustrate a shape in their own style; talents include Brandon James Scott, Timothy Joe Reynolds and Lydia Nichols. Visit ‘It’s a Shape Christmas.’

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    Dec 2012

    Fashion Fridays ~ Licaco Kakuta

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    Tokyo based illustrator Licaco used to work as a manga artist, but with such a unique style Licaco has been sought after by clothing brands, magazines and the like. Clinets include Vogue, Cointreau, Channel Five and The Ritz-Carlton. There is a lot more excellent work to be found on the Licaco website, so head on over!

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    Dec 2012

    Barnaby Richards

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    Barnaby Richards is an illustrator based in London. He creates some wonderful comic strips and editorial work. I love the way he inks, using really carefully placed rugged marks. His first comic was published by Atlantic Press in 2005 and I’m looking forward to his next project, ‘Beetroot’, which is autobiographical and to be published by Blank Slate.

    Other clients include The Guardian, Playstation and Reader’s Digest Magazine.

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