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  1. Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880 – 1944)

    Henry Patrick Raleigh was a superb draftsman and accomplished illustrator who flourished during the Golden Age of American Illustration. He was sort after by the most popular authors and publications. During his success, he was one of the highest paid illustrators in the country. In 1925, Art Critic Evert Shinn proclaimed him “America’s greatest illustrator.”

  2. Dylan Meconis

    Dylan Meconis is a comics artist, writer, and illustrator based in Portland, Oregon. She studied history and literature at Wesleyan University. Her love of history is the cornerstone of a lot of her personal work.

  3. Natalie Nourigat

    You may recognise Natalie Nourigat’s name from our recent 28 Gumroad Creators You Really Should Know post, but undoubtably you would like to learn a little bit more about her. “Tally” is a cartoonist, storyboard artist, character designer, animator and writer. She attended University of Oregon and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Japanese, in 2010.

  4. Richard Perez

    Portland-based Richard Perez is a graphic designer, illustrator and captain of design studio Skinny Ships. His ever-joyous vector-style artwork manipulates colours and shapes until they come alive. He then sprinkle a little bit of noise and texture, giving them an irresistible rustic feel.

  5. Chris Samnee

    Chris Samnee is one of my favourite comic artist working right now. His work has graced the pages of great titles including Rocketeer, Captain America & Bucky, Thor: The Mighty Avenger, and Serenity. He is currently drawing the Marvel on-going title, Daredevil, written by Mark Waid. A series that has just earnt him an Eisner Award for Best Penciler/Inker. By sure to check out more of Mr. Samnee’s art by going to his deviantArt page, and Blog.

  6. Manga Mondays ~ Anthony Holden

    Professional father and other-time illustrator, Anthony Holden some how still manages find time to help out animation studio Laika, and create some superbly funny gif animations. His work has a distinctive manga influence, and is packed with joy! His brilliant sketchy style translate really well to his finished pieces, rarely does he lose that energy his sketches have. I implore you to try and flick through his blog or deviantArt page without smiling, that’s what I thought, it can’t be done.