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  1. Rima Neverland

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    Presenting the work of Toronto-based illustrator, Rima Neverland. Before you ask, no, sadly that is not her real surname. What is real, is her enthusiasm for illustrations. Apparently surviving off pizza alone, Rima produces quirky and cheerful characters employing a wonderful bright pallet and subtle textures. You can see more of her work on her website.

  2. Manga Mondays ~ Benjamin Zhang Bin

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    Beijing-based Benjamin Zhang Bin is a comic artist best known for his brightly coloured painted style. He gained popularity in the west due to his stunning cover work for Marvel Comic’s titles X-Men Origins: Emma Frost and New Mutants. He has also written and illustrated manhuas including Orange (2006) and Remember (2004). Not your typical black and white manhua style, it often takes Benjamin much longer to produce work, with Orange rumouring to have taken three years to produce. See more of his illustrations over on his blog.

  3. Aaron Jasinski

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    Aaron Jasinski is a musical illustrator / painter who resides near Seattle Washington with his wife and 4 children. As well as his more personal work, he illustrates children’s books, album covers and even creates his own electronic music. His ultra colourful paintings often “feature musical and nostalgic themes peppered with social commentary and whimsical creatures (think morose hipsters mingling with monkeys in space suits).”

    His work has featured across the United States and Europe, see more here.

  4. Liz Adams

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    Liz Adams is a freelance artist based in Los Angeles.

    “The way I usually make my illustration work is by hand-drawing and painting various elements which I color digitally. I can work in both vector and traditional media.”

    Liz has worked with many publishers and publications to date including: Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, Teen Magazine, Girl’s Life, American Baby, Disney, Family Fun, Today’s Parent and Adorn Magazine.

    She has a very colourful simplistic style which goes down a treat with the kids and younger teens. Mosey on over to her website for more fun.