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.
Malin Rosenqvist creates unique textures in her work, softening and adding a delicate feel to her otherwise bold forms.
Using marks that fall somewhere between dots and short, fine hatching, Malin adds a beautiful and distinct quality to her illustrations.
Joyous pops of colour compliment the world inhabited by Frederick Strasche’s attractive characters. Keeping the confident swathes of strong tones within simple compositions, his illustrations also have a punchy, graphical feel to them.
Marcel George’s decorative illustrations makes good use of the vibrancy of watercolour. With brush strokes moving from being bold and heavy to delicate, he adorns his work with pattern and detail.
Antwerp, Belgium-based illustrator Charlotte Dumortier creates vivid characters that dance around and jump off the page. Her imaginative ghouls and beasts fill playful comics, prints, and particular fun sketchbooks.
¬© Charlotte Dumortier, 2015
Robbie Porter’s illustrations are the perfect pairing of clever ideas and simple execution. His witty visuals have won him multiple awards over the years and been featured in publications such as New Scientist magazine and The New York Times.
Portraits by¬†Cristina Polop are characterised by remarkably drawn details, luscious colours, and a creative mixture of drawing methods.
If the level of technical skill and realism achieved in Cristina’s work wasn’t enough, her editing and addition of mixed media make her images distinctly original.