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  1. David Creighton-Pester

    David Creighton-Pester, aka Wandering Bert is an Illustrator and Graphic Design based in Hamilton, New Zealand. Last month we featured Storytime Magazine. Whilst I was looking into some of the talented contributors, I discovered the wonders of Wandering Bert.

  2. Aki Fukuoka

    Aki Fukuoka is a freelance illustrator living in New Zealand. Aki has illustrated over 60 children’s books including some award winning and best selling series such as “Billie B Brown” and “Lily the Littlest Angel”. Outside her innocent children’s picture books Aki works on more edgy and darker illustrations and paintings for her commission pieces and gallery shows. You can check out her Facebook fan page where she does regular updates and give-aways. Alternatively, check out her website or blog.

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Andrew Archer

    Andrew was born in New Zealand, where he grew up with pens and paint. As he grew older, the computer became accessible and so he learnt how to mix his traditional techniques with digital to create his own style of illustration. Though his fashion illustrations are beautiful, he is not limited to this genre and also creates editorial illustration, advertising, web, storyboards and more. His client list includes WIRED, ESPN, Saatchi & Saatchi, BBC, Random House and a host of other big names. If you like what you see here, visit his website for more.

  4. Glenn Jones

    New Zealander Glenn Jones designs some clever, quirky t-shirts with really well executed illustrations. I love his Humpty Dumpty piece! He started selling t-shirts on Threadless and now has his own company which sells to over 80 countries around the world. It’s always reassuring to know originality can pay off, even for illustrators in a saturated market such as t-shirts.

  5. Jordan Debney aka Eye Rupture

    Self-taught New Zealand illustrator Jordan Debney concentrates his efforts on creating creatures of the more absurd nature. Not your run-of-the-mill pin-up woman or action man, no, Mr. Debney’s characters are more grotesque and zany, and often vomiting. But when combined with crisp line-work and vibrant colours, his work actually becomes rather attractive! See more of his abnormally compelling work on his website.