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  1. Aristotelis Falegos

    Aristotelis Falegos is a Greek illustrator with a fun, bright and colourful style. He seems to draw inspiration from Eastern Manga as well as retro Western styles. His quirky worlds are inhabited by weird and wonderful creatures. On Aristotelis’ Behance page, you’ll find illustrated skateboards, 3D cut-out-and-fold toys, illustrations for the web and lots more.

  2. Emilia Dziubak

    There is lovely warmth to Emilia Dziubak’s illustrations. Her children’s books are beautiful, and she’s even created a children’s cook book! I am totally smitten by her work and am sure many of you will be too. I had such a tough time picking some of my favourite illustrations to share with you; I highly recommend visiting her blog or Behance page.

  3. 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.

  4. 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’.

  5. Natasha Markina

    I really enjoyed looking through Natasha’s Behance page. There isn’t a huge amount of work there, but it’s quality, not quantity, as every good portfolio should be. There is a nice playful innocence that comes through in every piece.