Lennard Kok’s work is about paring down his layouts to their simplest elements of line and form. He does this to great effect in the comics and zines he creates with their clean and clear boards but also in his other illustration projects such as editorial and designs for apparel.
The work of New York-based Chinese illustrator, Dingding Hu is full of tongue-in-cheek characters going about their business in humorous scenes. Her work pokes fun at the world around her in warm, vibrant colours and charming line work.
After having worked for some time on commissions for clients, Eline Van Dam aka Zeloot decided to focus on areas of art that resonate a little closer to home. She now spends most of her time creating imagery for music events that she herself is involved in.
Russel Cobb is an award-winning illustrator based in the UK. His sketchbooks give a great insight into the thought process of an artist who has been voted as one of the UK’s top ten illustrator’s by the Independent newspaper.
A dazzling array of patterns and decoration can be found in Federico Jordan’s work. From the simplest of shapes to the most complex, he puts his own highly original stamp on anything he designs.
Nature, fantasy and mystery are all themes in the screen printed work by Southern California-based, Brian Luong. We like the huge amount time Brian puts into detailing all the tiny little areas in his prints.
The draftsmanship skills in London-based French illustrator, Thibaud Herem’s architectural illustrations is truly impressive. Extremely tightly knit hatching of vary degrees achieves a powerful spectrum of tone and texture. Closer inspection reveals the subtle range of blacks within large areas of shadow, which can sometimes be lost in monochrome drawings.