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  1. Oriol Vidal

    Multi-disciplined illustrator Oriol Vidal crafts lively and vibrant artwork for a variety of media. Using delicate linework, strong composition and touches of texture, Oriol brings comical monsters, adorable dinosaurs and high-spirited children to life for picture books and storyboards. By creating relatable characters, he is able to capture life’s more realistic and reflective moments.

  2. Christopher Lee

    Christopher Lee is a designer and illustrator from Sacramento. After graduating in 2006, he moved to California where he worked as an Art Director for Vapors Magazine, then moving on to motion graphics studio ‘Buck’, spending three years plying his trade there. In October of 2009 he braved the dangerous and exciting world of freelance illustration, and has never looked back. Christopher has also designed some vinyl toys, as well as setting up greetings card and paper goods company ‘The Birds and the Beasts’ with his girlfriend. Clients include Absolut, Adobe, Disney, Hasbro and Nickelodeon.

  3. Daryl Mandryk

    Ridiculously skilled work from freelance artist Daryl Mandryk. Based in Vancouver, Canada he has worked on games, film, print, and the web. Recently working as Lead Concept Artist on video games Tron Evolution and Turok, his previous clients include EA, Lucasfilm, Hasbro, Dark Horse Comics, and Imagine FX Magazine. Filled with emotion and movement, his work manages to convey each scene in the height of the action. To see more of Mr. Mandryk’s work, head over to his website.

  4. Rui Ricardo

    Rui Ricardo lives and works in his home town of Porto, Portugal. Before he had even completed his graphic design course at the Fine Arts University of Porto, he had four graphic novels published. Since then he has worked mainly in the animation industry and as a freelance illustrator doing editorial work. His client list is massive and includes several big players such as FHM, Unicef, Hasbro, Vodafone and Samsung.

  5. Corey Wolfe

    We are proud to say Corey Wolfe contacted us recently, as he’s a true pro that has been producing incredible illustrations and paintings since 1979. Of course we had to feature his work, as fans more than anything else.

  6. Jeff Miracola

    Jeff Miracola’s website is a real feast of fantasy illustration. His digital artwork stands out, though he is equally impressive with traditional painting techniques. On his portfolio website you can find prints, Amazon links to books and magazines featuring his work, a blog and interestingly his FAQ section.