1. Le Thu

    Vietnamese illustrator Le Thu is currently working on a really interesting comic book project entitled ‘Titi’s Adventure’. It’s about a boy called Titi who enters a fantasy land where trees take human form and vice versa.

  2. Anca Sandu

    Anca Sandu is a Romanian illustrator with several styles and skill sets. Firstly, she has a good eye for typography; you can see lovely experimental work on her website. She is also a keen fashion illustrator, but probably her best strength is children’s book illustration. Her first book was published by Random House and is titled ‘Churchill’s Tale of Tails’.

  3. Manga Mondays ~ Jen Zee

    Jen Zee is an American illustrator and art director for Supergiant Games. She worked on Supergiant’s first release, Bastion—a role-playing game set in colourful fantasy world. Zee’s stylisation does vary but for the most part strong manga influences are very clear. Her lush painting style and dramatic lighting give her work an arresting cinematic feel. Be sure to check out more of Zee’s work on her deviantArt page.

  4. J. Scott Campbell

    Jeffrey Scott Campbell is a comic book artist and one third of Cliffhanger founders. He got his first big break at Image Comics, working under the WildStorm imprint with creators Jim Lee and Brandon Choi on Gen13. Mr. Campbell remained at WildStorm developing series such as Dv8 and much later a Thundercats mini series, as well as the short-lived series, Wildsiderz.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.