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  1. Lianne Harrison

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    Lianne Harrison is from the Malvern Hills, and now works from London. Most of her illustrations use a collage technique, and she also makes great use of her handwriting to give her work a unique feel. She’s created book jackets, illustrated maps and some great editorial illustrations. Clients include GQ Magazine, Spiral Productions and The Vegan Society. She was shortlisted for The Penguin Design Award in 2009 and in 2011 her work was selected by The Association of Illustrators to exhibit at the London Transport Museum. Visit her website to see more…

  2. Fashion Fridays ~ Caroline Andrieu

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    Caroline Andrieu spent five years as Art Director of Condé Nast Digital France, working on Vogue and GQ websites and later GQ magazine, heading up the iPad version. Working in the fashion industry for so long has expanded her interest in the field, providing invaluable subject matter and inspiration for her excellent illustrations.

    Caroline uses large paper, inks and interestingly, coloured pencils for a lot of her illustrations. Clients include Rouge (China), Vogue, BMW Magazine, Diesel Factory and Lancôme).

  3. Paul Shipper

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    Paul Shipper is from Manchester, England and now lives in New Zealand.

    “My training really came from years of drawing and painting, studying the works of my illustrative heroes, driven by my passion and determination to making a dream become reality.” 

    Clients include Lucasfilm, Penguin Books, GQ Magazine and Topps Inc.