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  1. Manga Mondays ~ Tatsuro Kiuchi

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    Tatsuro Kiuchi was born in Tokyo, Japan. He is a member of Tokyo Illustrators Society , owner of studio Pen Still Writes, as well as teaching at the Aoyama School.

    He graduated in Biology before switching to Art, which he studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After sticking with the arts, Mr Kiuchi began his career by illustrating for children’s books. His very first book The Lotus Seed, written by Sherry Garland, sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide. He later branched out into editorial and advertising work. Some of his international clients include The New Yorker, The Folio Society, Simon & Schuster, The Guardian, and Random House.

    The festive season and snow seem to be a reoccurring them in Mr Kiuchi’s portfolio, so it’s not surprising that he has been commissioned twice for Christmas projects. Once by Royal Mail, for their 2006 Christmas Stamp Collection and again in 2007 for Starbucks’ worldwide Pass the Cheer holiday campaign.

    You can see how Mr Kiuchi creates his detailed and textured illustrations in a couple really nice Making of videos over on his vimeo page. To dive deeper into Tatsuro Kiuchi’s work check out his website and tumblr.

  2. Anca Sandu

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    Anca Sandu is a Romanian illustrator with several styles and skill sets. Firstly, she has a good eye for typography; you can see lovely experimental work on her website. She is also a keen fashion illustrator, but probably her best strength is children’s book illustration. Her first book was published by Random House and is titled ‘Churchill’s Tale of Tails’.

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Andrew Archer

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    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. Frances Castle

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    Small Moon Valley is the website of illustrator Frances Castle, where you can find illustrations, animations, freebies, a blog and more (I definitely recommend taking a look at the comic work). With ten years of experience in the game industry behind him, Frances is now a freelance illustrator with an admirable client list including The Guardian, Random House and the BBC.