Kevin Whipple takes his inky drawings and presents them in clever arrangements of just a few select colours. The balance of the drawing and the colour¬†aspects of his work gives his editorial images great contrast as well as a graphical boldness.
Natalya Balnova’s brightly patterned creatures start their life as ink drawings before being printed in layers of eye-catching dots and dashes. The results sparkle on the page and really draw you in.
Holly Mills produces her images with swathes of rich, autumnal hues, and delicate pastel palettes. She marks them on the page with a blend of inky washes and pencil drawings.
Generally working with mixed media, she also has some great illustrations using print and paint.
Julienne Mei Tan is a Korean-Cambodian illustrator and printmaker, and studied Illustration in New York before moving to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she is now based.
We really enjoy the way she brings her print making experience into her illustrations, and her gorgeous use of colour.
Wandering across¬†the alien landscape imagined¬†by Michael Olivo, expect to tumble through turbulent masses of morphing forms and encounter brilliant and bizarre characters.
We love the abstract wackiness that¬†permeates through Michael’s illustrations and comics. The organic structures capture a spontaneity and energy¬†that creates a sense of ongoing movement.
We take a peek into the pages of some of Gosia Herba’s wonderful sketchbooks. She has an abstract, slightly cubist figurative style and plays with various ways to create marks on the page.
Drawing out the charming qualities of watercolour and marker pens, Charline Picard creates endearing illustrations full of colour and life.¬†Keeping to simple compositions and focusing on good drawing, she brings out the best in her materials.