Tom Frost is an illustrator living and working in Bristol. Since graduating in 2001 at Falmouth College of Art he has been using screen printing, acrylic paint, bits of wood, pencils, vintage Meccano and paper to create works inspired by his passion for old match boxes, vintage tin toys, folk art, children’s books and stamps. Find out more about his work at www.tomfrostillustration.com.
Ryan Gillett is a freelance illustrator with a cheerful peter pan like character. Graduated from Solent University, he is now living and working in Brighton. He loves bright colours and bold lines made using stencils, sponges and paint. Find out more about his work at www.ryangillett.com.
Heretic is a London based illustration, design, and experimental screen printing studio comprising of Luke Frost, Jon Rundall and Therese Vandling. Their body of work Spectral Nation is an exploration into the screen printing process. An on-going project, constantly in flux, growing through a series of colour and print process interactions combined with irregular print experiments. Find out more about their work here: www.spectralnation.com
Adam Higton is an artist and musician based in Bristol. His drawings and collages depict the daily goings on in a leafy and mystical forest suburb called the Cosmic Neighbourhood. Adam has exhibited internationally and clients include the New York Times, Camden Brewery, Anorak and Die Zeit. Find out more about their work here: www.adamhigton.com
Timothy Hunt is an illustrator based in the UK. He likes to use illustration to convey a message using simple shapes and bold colours. His career probably started as a kid when showing to his Grandma a drawing of Arnold Schwarzenegger that she thought it was so good she mounted it onto some card. He believes that this it’s the reason he is still making art and design today. Find out more about his work at www.ficklefate.co.uk.
Tim Lahan is an artist and illustrator living and working in New York. With an eye for bright colours and witty puns, his simple straightforward illustrations are catchy, playful, and sure to brighten your spirits. He applies his skills on a variety of medium including clay and moving images.
Find out more about his work at www.timlahan.com.
Lizzie Lomax is recent graduated in Illustration Animation from Kingston Univeristy, now living and working in London. Her work is characterised by intricate patterns, motifs and textures that traslates in images that are light, playful and easy to enjoy. Find out more about her work at www.lizzielomax.co.uk.
Hatsuki Miyahara is an artist living and working in Osaka, Japan. Her illustration work is largely steeped in inspiration from folk art from around the world, such as African, Chinese and Japanese. Using both acrylic paint and line drawing by pen she creates book-covers, advertisings and magazines illustrations. Find out more about her work at www.hacco.hacca.jp.
Louise Naunton Morgan
Louise is a freelance designer based in London. She graduated from Central Saint Martins BA Graphic Design in 2009. Her personal work is concerned with creating systems and processes, focusing on comparisons and analytical studies. Find out more about her work at www.stsq.org.
Tina Muat is a young artist based in Brighton that draws, drums, and in her words, doesn’t sleep. She has the ability to skilfully and purposefully bring together a host of disparate traditions, practices, and styles to create a unique kind of kaleidoscopically swirling patterns that form the base for her fun and trippy visual art. Find out more about her work at www.tinamuat.com.
Tomas Nilsson aka Tomtyve, is an artist and illustrator based in Stockholm. He loves finding harmony and connections between shapes and color. Usually his work is collage based, but also incorporates other techniques, such as linoleum printing and sculpture. Find out more about his work at www.tomtyve.se.
Originally from Norfolk, Marcus's work is inspired by many things – both retrospective and contemporary. These influences include the wonderful harmonic and melodic music of the Beach Boys; the pastoral and folkloric delights of the countryside and the animals that inhabit it; the joys of cycling; the stimulations of tea; the dizzy geometries of architecture and design – and overall the wonders of making stuff.
Find out more about his work at www.marcusoakley.com.
Anthony Peters AKA Imeus Design started his creative career studying Fine Art. His love of Cubism, Fluxus, Op, Pop and Conceptual art fed into an obsession with graphic design and illustration, especially deceptively simple block colour works, screenprints, papercuts and pieces containing unusual typography. Anthony now works as a retoucher, illustrator and graphic artist. He exhibits regularly across a variety of galleries. Find out more about his work at www.imeusdesign.co.uk.
Charline is a french illustrator . She grew up feet in the water and head in the mountains. Great sources of inspiration! Graduate in drawing and illustration from Emile Cohl school in Lyon, she now lives there on the hill.
She makes children books, draws in magazines and collaborates with some brands and deco shops. Water painting and especially gouache is her favorite medium. Find out more about her work at www.charlinepicard.blogspot.fr.
Ian attended Camberwell College of Arts, where he learned to make things look pretty on a variety of surfaces including paper and fabric. Ian’s ideas are crammed into his head like toys in a popular middle-class boy’s bedroom. He grabs his pen hard and with vigour. He manipulates it in ways never before heard or seen on this little Earth. Find out more about his work at www.ianstevenson.co.uk.