“society 6”

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    Romain Mennetrier

    Lush work from French freelance illustrator, Romain Mennetrier. His simplified shapes work wonderfully with his textured colour treatment. I particularly love how emotive and charming his characters are. You can find more of Mr. Mennetrier work on his blog, brutal moineau or maybe pick up one of his Society6 prints.

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    Carbine Illustrations

    Carbine Illustrations aka Digital Orgasm is an illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. I can’t find much personal information, though I do know all of these incredible works in various styles are by one person. There are some excellent t-shirt designs to see on the Carbine Illustrations Facebook page, amongst other goodies. Go see…

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    Vero Navarro

    Vero Navarro lives and works in Madrid, Spain. She works predominantly using coloured pencils on kraft paper, to great effect. She has also worked using digital media at times, and I found her hand-made clay puppet to be a really beautiful piece of work.

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    Ricardo Bessa

    Ricardo is from Portugal and now lives in London. He works at D&AD, the famous creative hub home to the famous Yellow Pencil award. On Ricardo’s website you’ll find some excellent projects, both personal and professional. His Gallery of Mo portraits are fun, and I highly recommend taking a look at ‘Ever After’, his MA final project. I like the often whimsical and sometimes provocative nature of his work, so of course we were delighted to receive this suggestion. Now, wonder on over and gasp in delight at the rest of Ricardo’s portfolio…

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    Terry Fan

    Terry has produced several designs for t-shirts, prints, iPhone cases and laptop skins which you can purchase from his Society 6 page. A versatile illustrator, Terry is also plying his hand to storytelling mediums such as children’s books and graphic novels. He is based in Toronto, Canada. But I’m sure he won’t want us turning up on his doorstep; perhaps his online Krop page would be a better place to find more of his work…