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  1. Thomas Campi

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    Thomas Campi is a comic book artist and illustrator, currently based in Sydney, Australia. Working professionally for over 15 years, with international publishers Flesk/Spectrum 22, Sergio Bonelli Editore, Glénat, LeLombard and Dupuis.

    Campi was born and raised in Italy. In 1995 he completed a Master of Applied Arts (MAA) programs in Visual Arts at Istituto D’Arte Dosso Dossi. After his Masters, he started his career illustrating high school textbooks for the Zanichelli publishing house.

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  2. Fashion Fridays ~ Bec Winnel

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    Bec Winnel in an i llustrator from Mount Beauty, Australia. Her stunning portraits have been featured in multiple exhibitions and publications. Often in isolation, Winnel’s women are accompanied by elements of nature. Their sensual and carefree auras exalt the feminine spirit.

    Winnel recieved a diploma in graphic design and art from Swinburne University in Melbourne. For a long time she worked as a graphic designer, while at night, she worked on developing her illustrations. Since making the switch to a full-time freelance illustrator, Winnel has worked with big names, Kookai, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Stylist, Este Lauder, Twinings and Wrangler. She has said a perticular joy of being a commercial illustrator is when she is pushed to work outside her comfort zone.

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  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Kelly Thompson

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    Kelly Thompson is an illustrator, photographer and art director currently living in Melbourne, Australia. Having gained a reputation as a public speaker and fashion enthusiast she has worked for many well-known brands. Her work, beautiful and ephemeral, exhibits women that have been described as “nonchalantly sexy.”

    Thompson completed a Bachelor of Design with honours in Photography at Massey University in New Zealand. Working as a manager in a sunglass store, she tirelessly sent out emails to magazines, hoping someone would give her a break. Work opportunities slowly came in, and by 2006, she built up enough work to allow her to leave the shop and become a freelancer full-time.

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  4. Paul Robertson

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    Paul Robertson is nothing short of a pixel art superstar. Not since eBoy has a pixel artist’s thumbprint been everywhere you turn. Born in Victoria, Australia, Robertson has worked on feature films, Short films, contributed to television and many video games.

    Robertson has worked closely with independent game studio Tribute Games on all three of their games thus far. Mercenary Kings, the action-packed platform game, looked to Kickstater to find the funding they needed. The response was 3,880 backers helped them rack up well over their $75,000 goal. For Tribute’s most recent offering, Curses ‘N Chaos, Robertson animated the opening, Ending and Boss segments of the game.

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  5. Martin Brown

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    Martin Brown, along with his partner in crime Terry Deary, are heroes to parents and children across the world. Their combined efforts on Horrible Histories has made reading and learning more fun and accessible to many. Their work, along with their publisher’s Scholastic, have spawned over 100 titles, animated and live-action TV series, video games, theatre and roadshows, a magazine, and a plethora of merchandising. Spanning two decades, Horrible Histories is nothing short of a phenomenon.

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  6. Fashion Fridays ~ Kelly Smith

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    Kelly Smith works from her home studio in Tasmania, Australia. Her pencil and paint style has attracted clients from all over the globe including Vogue, Net-a-Porter and H&M. Her book ‘Sticker Fashionista’ was published by Laurence King in 2012. Here’s how Kelly describes it:

    “For the little ladies in your lives, and the young at heart, Sticker Fashionista is a series of scenes depicting stylish girlies all over the globe, accompanied by endless sheets of stickers with which to create your own outfits. Think sleek Manhattanites, ‘it girl’ Londoners, Parisian models, festival free-spirits, and more…You become your very own sticker stylist!”