Max Saladrigas has vowed to post at least 1 sketch or piece of work per day by himself of a fellow illustrator at his blog cadadiauno.com (every day one). We wish him all the very best.
In 2013, his work on Ben Kweller’s “Go Fly A Kite” received a Grammy nomination for Best Limited Edition Packaging. He has a number of side projects, and sometimes exhibits his silkscreens and drawings in galleries. Currently, Josh is working on his first children’s book, “New York, Inside And Out” (2014). Josh lives in Brooklyn with his small dog Porkchop.
Josh’s professional creative work spans prestigious clients such as American Express, AOL, HSBC Bank, IBM and the New Yorker.
Taylor’s character design harks back to the era of the genius Ronald Searle and is an absolute joy to browse. Want more? Swing on by his blogspot.
BTW he also enjoys cold cereal with 1% milk.
Shaun O’Neil has that anime style that we have all seen many times before however, xshaunx is clearly not your “run of the mill” anime artist. He illustrates with great humor and his dynamic and intense characters really leap of the screen. He currently storyboards for Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra.
Shaun O’Neil also has a few awesome self published sketchbooks available to purchase via Lulu. These sketchbooks are a collection of preliminary works, abandoned projects, work in progress and are well worth checking out.
Under the nick xshaunx, he has a fantastic presence on deviantart
Fantasy artist Aleksey Litvishkov has some stunning pieces on his website. His funny side often comes through in his work, which is so great to see. After all, not so many artists would go through the effort to create such beautiful pieces for the sake of a gag. But why not? I think it adds to the humour!