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    Lucy Mazel

    Lucy Mazel is a freelance illustrator based in Lyon, France. Though Mazel enjoyed art in High School she did not consider herself a “natural.” Undeterred, she worked hard at it and earned her place in a private art school. She graduated in 2009, and began working as a freelancer straight away.

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    Daniela Volpari

    Based in Rome, Italy, Daniela Volpari is a freelance art director and children’s book illustrator. She graduated in 2009 from the Scuola Internazionale di Comics (International School of Comics), which is quite possibly the best school I have ever heard of. Ms Volpari landed her first published work the very same year creating editorial illustrations for Un duetreStella and Grazia. Also in the same busy year publishers Paramica released a children’s book based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera La Bohème, retold by Fbrizio Silei and beautifully illustrated by Ms Volpari. Since then Ms Volpari has work consistently. She has received multiple awards and regularly exhibits her work at Gallery Nucleus, most recently taking part in the Imaginary Friends event.

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    J.A.W. Cooper

    I follow quite a few illustrators on Instagram, but recently the work of J.A.W. Cooper has been blowing me away. You know when you complete an illustration, take a step back and think to yourself, “Yes! Nailed it”. Well, that’s what I imagine Ms Cooper is doing every time right before she uploads a new picture to her Instagram.

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    Nimit Malavia

    Seriously stunning work from today’s feature, the award-winning illustrator, Nimit Malavia. Born Ottawa, Canada in 1987, he studied Illustration at the Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning. Currently based in Toronto, Mr Malavia’s work has been exhibited across North America and Europe in galleries including Gallery Nucleus, Spoke Art Gallery, Bold Hype Gallery, Thinkspace Gallery, LeBasse Projects, and London Miles Gallery.

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    Yvan Duque

    Part of the French creative collective L’Encre Blanche, Yvan Duque brings a surreal and comical style to the mix. His landscapes are very atmospheric, comprised of simple shapes and homogeneous colours. His fun characters, large-eyed and timid, often sit with uncomfortable expressions. I really like the juxtaposition of introducing these very cute characters into these rather gloomy environments.

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    Sam Wolfe Connelly

    Introducing the rich graphite work of New York illustrator, Sam Wolfe Connelly. Still quite young, he has partaken in a host of exhibition with galleries including Gallery Nucleus, Spoke Art Gallery, and Roq la Rue Gallery. He has also amalgamated quite a good list of clients too, including Playboy Magazine, Penguin Books, Colors Magazine, Sundance Film Festival, and Hasbro. To see more of his serene, but ever so eerie, illustration pop over to his website.

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    Chris B. Murray

    Philadelphia-based illustrator Chris B. Murray produces dramatic and often very energetic paintings. Much of Murray’s work has an equal dosage of humour and cynicism creating great entertainment that draws you further in. His work has been featured in galleries including Gallery1988, Gallery Nucleus, and London Miles. You can find out more about Mr. Murray on his website.