1. Conrad Roset

    I cannot overemphasise how beautiful Conrad Roset’s illustrations are. I am particularly besotted with his work for the children’s book Ensueños. Mr Roset is from Terrassa, Spain and studied at the Joso School and at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona. Straight out of university, his online portfolio caught the attention retailers Zara. Working there for a year he developed his style and took the opportunity to learn from other illustrators.

  2. Emma Ríos

    Spanish born illustrator, Emma Ríos, was a practising architect before she made the transition into comics. Starting off, as many do these day, by self-publishing a miniseries called A Prueba de Balas [Bulletproof]. Ríos’ self-published work and her contributions to fanzines caught the attention of Warren Ellis, who posted her work on his website, which in turn grabbed the attention of Matt Gagnon, offering Ríos a full miniseries at Boom! Studios.

  3. Gabi de la Merced

    Based in Madrid, Gabi de la Merced is an illustration and animation. He works in both digital and traditional medium, but his tradition acrylic paintings really stand out in his portfolio. Many of Gabi paintings often mingle non G-rating overtones with well known family-friendly characters. However, his strong colour choices and soft textures are what really draw you into his work.