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“Melbourne”

  1. Janelle Barone

    Janelle Barone is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Her story-driven work blends clean lines with neon colours to create poignant and atmospheric illustrations. She works in editorial, commercial and story-boarding projects for clients including The Wall Street Journal, Cosmos Magazine, the Washingtonian and Formula E.

  2. Douglas Holgate

    Douglas Holgate is a freelance illustrator and comic artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Predominately illustrating children’s fiction, he is best known for his work on several series including Brian Anderson’s The Adventures of Commander Zack Proton (2006 – 2007), Steve Cotler’s Cheesie Mack (2012 – 2014) and The Last Kids On Earth (2015 – 2016), writen by The New York Times bestselling author, Max Brallier. In 2012, Holgate won an Illustrator Australia Award for ‘Best Unpublished Series’ and in 2016 recieved a Bronze Ledger Award for his self-published comic Maralinga (2015).

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Sarah Hankinson

    Sarah Hankinson is a fashion illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. She combines typographic and floral elements with careful line work and unfettered splashes of watercolour. Her merry mixed media artwork has attracted clients including Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, Maybelline New York-Austraila and Harrods.

  4. Fashion Fridays ~ Kelly Thompson

    Kelly Thompson is an illustrator, photographer and art director currently living in Melbourne, Australia. Having gained a reputation as a public speaker and fashion enthusiast she has worked for many well-known brands. Her work, beautiful and ephemeral, exhibits women that have been described as “nonchalantly sexy.”

  5. Martin Brown

    Martin Brown, along with his partner in crime Terry Deary, are heroes to parents and children across the world. Their combined efforts on Horrible Histories has made reading and learning more fun and accessible to many. Their work, along with their publisher’s Scholastic, have spawned over 100 titles, animated and live-action TV series, video games, theatre and roadshows, a magazine, and a plethora of merchandising. Spanning two decades, Horrible Histories is nothing short of a phenomenon.