1. Michelle Woodward

    Michelle Woodward is a Sheridan College graduate born and raised in Southern Ontario. She works as a freelance illustrator with clients including Creative Quarterly, McGraw-HIll Ryerson, Canadian Running Magazine, and Dirt Rag Magazine. Many of Woodward’s illustrations have a feeling of trepidation or unease, which she creates with great use of desaturated tones and lone figures.

  2. Johnny Craig (1926 – 2001)

    John Thomas Alexis Craig (also known pseudonymously as Jay Taycee and F. C. Aljohn) was an American comic book artist. Talented as both an illustrator and a writer he was posthumously inducted into the Will Eisner Hall of Fame in 2005.

  3. Manga Mondays ~ Inio Asano

    Inio Asano is probably best known for her highly acclaimed manga ‘Solanin’, which was turned into a feature film starring actress Aoi Miyazaki in 2010. Asano’s work ranges from realism to psycho-horror, and is very character driven. Of course we are all about illustration here on The Lounge, but I guess I can’t write about Asano without mentioning she is transgender, as it is such an interesting fact about the artist herself. You can visit her page on Anime News Network to find out a little more.

  4. Robert M Ball

    London-based illustrator Robert M Ball produces wonderful geometric images. Despite their rigidness they have fantastic character and humour. Over on Mr. Ball’s website he has bunch of great pieces, not least of all his collection fifty baddies.

  5. SIT

    SIT is an Artist from Amsterdam who has been roaming it’s creative scene for many years.

  6. Claudia Schiffer is tormented by Jon Rogers

    Jon Rogers, renowned pastiche artist, produced five exciting images art-directed by the legendary Jake and Dinos Chapman (whom I have had the pleasure of meeting in person), for an unusual project for Harper’s Bazaar featuring photos of Claudia Schiffer. Jon’s brief was to produce blood-curdling paintings reminiscent of the pulp horror genre of the 1950s, which would act as backdrops to a unique photo-shoot. The inspiration came from the Harper’s Bazaar brief, ”Capturing Claudia.”