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  1. Ping Zhu

    Ping Zhu is a freelance illustrator currently based in Brooklyn, New York. She is known for her gestural paintings, which playfully balance large block colours with simplified flat shapes. In 2013 she received the ADC Young Guns award.

  2. Adrian Tomine

    Presenting the very distinctive work of Adrian Tomine. Born in 1974, California, Mr. Tomine started creating and publishing comics whilst he was still in his teens. He distributed his self-published mini-comic, Optic Nerve, to the local comics shops. Nowadays Drawn and Quarterly have taken over Mr. Tomine’s publishing and distribution, leaving him more time to create comics and The New Yorker covers.

  3. Josh Cochran

    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.

  4. Emiliano Ponzi

    Award winning illustrator Emiliano resides in fashionable Milan, Iltaly. He has an intelligent approach towards illustration and is full of good ideas. But also, he has a nice visual style full of grit and interesting line work. His use of repetition and negative space to convey his messages are a real highlight.

  5. Peter de Sève

    If you don’t know who Peter de Sève is, you will undoubtedly know his work. He has illustrated several New Yorker covers, worked on a TV commercial for Nike but is probably best recognised for his stylish character designs in the Ice Age movies. He has won several accolades including the HamiltonKingAward from the SOI, a Clio Award and a Soleil d’Or award from the Festival BD Sollies Ville in France. He is currently up for an Annie Award for his work on the festive movie ‘Arthur Christmas’. Visit Peter’s website here and his blog here. Voila!

  6. Anthony Freda

    I’m digging the witty, retro style of Anthony Freda, and I’m not the only one; he has been commissioned by Time magazine, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and loads of other big names in publishing. See more of his work on his website.