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  1. Yuko Shimizu

    Yuko Shimizu is an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City. Her stylish and surreal ink drawings blend traditional Japanese ukiyo-e art with American comic art. They have appeared in numerous magazines, advertisements, book and comic covers.

  2. 20 Illustrators You Really Should Be Watching On YouTube

    YouTube is a goldmine for illustrators, whether you are digging for expert advice, tutorials or demos, you’ll find all you need to be inspired each day. After dipping into our ever-growing YouTube Subscriptions, Illustrator’s Lounge has compiled a list of creatives who are a consistent source of great advice. Here are 20 illustrators you really should be watching on YouTube:

  3. Learn Something New with Skillshare

    Skillshare is an online learning community where creators learn from each other. Anyone can take online classes, watch video lessons, create projects, and teach a class themselves. Skillshare classes are designed to be bite-sized with short video lessons to fit your schedule. It has hundreds of great classes for illustrators, animators, graphic designers and typographers.

  4. Mary Kate McDevitt

    Mary Kate McDevitt is a freelance illustrator and letterer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has worked with clients including Chronicle Books, Sesame Street, Nintendo, Penguin Books, Nike, O Magazine, and Mental Floss.