1. Jeannie Phan

    Jeannie Phan is an award-winning freelance illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. Working largely in editorial and advertising, Phan’s clients include New York Times, New Yorker, Scholastic, Penguin Books and British Airways.

  2. Darren Rawlings

    Darren Rawlings is a Canadian illustrator and creative director of Thinkmore studios. He has worked on storyboards, concept art and animations for clients including Discovery Channel, HBO, Sony, BBC and Scholastic.

  3. Scott Martin

    Scott Martin is a Canadian artist and designer better known as Burnt Toast Creative. Some of his clients include Fast Company, Red Bull and Dropbox.

  4. Olga Stern

    Olga Stern is a Toronto-based illustrator and visual-development artist. Her portfolio is a wash of cheerful characters and mediums. Although, it is pretty clear to see her biggest strength is her sweeping background designs. They are exquisitely textured, the colours are vibrant but harmonious, and they are in every sense of the word picturesque. Stern’s previous clients include Pixar, Laika, ACME filmworks, and Head Gear Animation. You can find more of her work by heading to her website.

  5. Rima Neverland

    Presenting the work of Toronto-based illustrator, Rima Neverland. Before you ask, no, sadly that is not her real surname. What is real, is her enthusiasm for illustrations. Apparently surviving off pizza alone, Rima produces quirky and cheerful characters employing a wonderful bright pallet and subtle textures. You can see more of her work on her website.

  6. Manga Mondays ~ Maruti Bitamin

    This week we have something a little different for our Manga Mondays post—Maruti Bitamin (I’m not sure what her real name is). She is based in Toronto, Canada where she creates these wonderful watercolour manga inspired illustrations. This effect would be incredible animated! The colours and textures are pure fantasy.