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Posts Tagged ‘Illustrators’

Even though almost everything in the desert either bites, pokes or stings, Jim Paillot still calls Arizona home. Best known for his art in the My Weird School series, Jim’s quirky and fun illustrations can be found in many other books and magazines. When not busy drawing and creating artwork, Jim enjoys biking, hiking, and[…read more…]

Laura Osorno was born in Bogota, Colombia and grew a love of art and design from an early age. She developed a keen interest in illustration, designing posters, flyers and invitations, and soon enough she was illustrating and publishing children’s books as well as working with ad agencies and other brands. Laura also has her[…read more…]

Born in Scotland and now based in South London, Linzie Hunter graduated from Glascow University and worked as a theater stage manager before attending the Chelsea College of Art and Design to study illustration. Linzie has designed illustrations, maps, book covers, and other mixed media for a vast range of clients including American Girl and[…read more…]

Katrina Kopeloff grew up in southern Colorado where as a child she was exposed to looms, spinning wheels, and goddesses. After studying Printmaking at the University of Colorado and Illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design she now lives in Queens, New York. Katrina’s favorite animal, the penguin, is often the subject of[…read more…]

Working with clients from Vodafone, Nestle, VW, GQ, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and Business Week to Klutz Books, Faber & Faber and Random House, British artist Scott Garrett’s work has attracted national as well as international appeal. He works in illustration as well as pottery and is best known for his Mix[…read more…]

Junichi Tsuneoka was born and raised in Japan and arrived in the US at the end of the 20th Century.  He worked as a graphic designer at Modern Dog Design Company for six years and from his experiences there Junichi established a style he calls “California Roll Style,” the result of both a visual and[…read more…]

San Francisco artist Hugh D’Andrade draws for just about anything, from book covers and magazine spreads to rock posters, board games, and the occasional t-shirt and skateboard. His style is fun, spooky, and unique, and he has illustrated and designed for clients that include Penguin, Barnes and Noble, Harper Collins (UK), Elvis Costello, Lucinda Williams, and many others. Hugh[…read more…]

Michael Robertson was born and raised in northern Ohio and graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in painting. He spent ten years as a toy designer and character developer, before becoming an illustrator. His work has been featured in many children’s products, greeting cards and magazines, and has been recognized by the[…read more…]

For whatever reason, Sylvia Chan is positively obsessed with drawing noodles and eating large amounts of pie. She is a recent graduate from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, B.C., and currently a freelance illustrator in Richmond, Canada. She enjoys enjoy drawing people in the midst of their thoughts and obsessively drawing[…read more…]

Connecticut artist Ross MacDonald has done it all. A celebrated illustrator, his work has been featured in Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Newsweek, Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and The Wall Street Journal just to name a few. He has worked in movies such as Seabiscuit, The Alamo, and Silver Linings Playbook, supplying[…read more…]