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  1. DKNG

    DKNG comprises of super-talented duo Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman. They have been working together since 2005, bringing their different skill sets together to create a vast body of eye-catching and incredible work. Their clients include Disney, MTV, HBO, Warner Bros, Paramount and Taco Bell. Look out for the excellent posters they have for sale, which you can find on their website.

  2. 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…

  3. 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.

  4. Ben Steers

    Ben Steers is based in Bristol, south-west England. In his portfolio, you’ll find an impressive array of works including character design, t-shirts, Mac skins, jigsaw puzzles, editorial illustration and much more. Ben seems to have a great sense of design which comes through in a lot of his work. The various 2D and 3D canvasses he applied his illustrations to are a testament to the adaptability and versatility of both him and his illustration style.