Kate Sutton is a freelance illustrator and self confessed cat lady based in Cheshire, England. Heavily inspired by the world around her, her whimsical work often features repeat patterns of birds, trees, hills and personified animals that celebrate her childlike and innocent view of nature. When she's not drawing up a storm, she can be found writing lists, running, doing yoga, learning french and drinking tea. Kate is represented by Handsome Frank and has an impressive client list that includes the likes of Urban Outfitters, Penguin, Renegade Craft Fair, The Royal Horticultural Society, and Mount Franklin Water. To see more of Kate's work head to her website and Facebook page.
Allison Colpoys is a freelance book designer and illustrator currently living in Melbourne, Australia. A lover of pattern and typography, her work often includes layers of textures, irregular patterns and bold colours that let your imagination run wild. After completing a degree in Multimedia Design at Monash University, Allison worked at Simon & Schuster in the UK before returning to Australia to work for Penguin Books Australia. In 2009 she won ‘Young Designer of the Year’ for a body of work, and ‘Best Designed Children’s Cover’ at the Australian Publishers Association Book Design Awards. You can check out more of Allison's work online here via Jacky Winter.
Ivonna Buenrostro is a young illustrator from Toluca De Lerdo, Mexico with a love for pencils, movies, music and fashion. Using her trusty pencils and Photoshop, she creates cheeky imagery that transports you to a colourful world full of pop culture, sweet treats, sassy one-liners and girls with killer haircuts. It's safe to say we're completely smitten with her work and we have a pretty good feeling you guys will be too. To see more of Ivonna's work head over to her portfolio and blog.
Natalie Foss is a 26 year old Norwegian illustrator with a Bachelor of Arts in illustration from Kingston University, currently based in Oslo. Inspired by people, colour, quirky things, animals, subcultures and fashion, Natalie's work often focuses on feelings and expressions. Especially interested in the people that are a bit out of place, her imagery is intimate and intriguing, often depicting strange yet beautiful female characters. We love her use of colour and pattern, not to mention her amazing technique. Natalie has had her work featured in publications such as Fett Magazine and has also illustrated event posters for a bunch of independant bands. To see more of her quirky work visit her website or tumblr.
Andrea Wan is an Illustrator and Visual Artist born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver and now currently based in Berlin. Working mostly with ink on paper, Andrea sees her work as a visual journal that reflects her thoughts and experiences. Inspired by her surroundings and subconscious, her drawings combine traditional storybook aesthetics with strange and surrealist qualities, depicting a quirky folklore world where sloths use laptops and cacti have hands. Her illustrations have been featured in numerous publications and commissioned by a range of different companies including Lululemon, The New York Times and NUVO Magazine. To see more of Andrea's work head to her website.
Monica Ramos is a freelance illustrator living in Brooklyn, NY. Working with mediums like watercolours, brush pens and ink, Monica creates quirky and thoughtful illustrations of animals, baked goods, naked people and whatever else she can think of. Monica has produced worked for clients such as The New York Times, Rookie magazine and also collaborated with other aspiring artists like Leah Goren and Rachel Levit. To see more of her work head to her website and tumblr.
Becca Stadtlander is a Kentucky-born freelance illustrator currently living and working in Newport, Rhode Island. Inspired by her love of antiques and folk art, Becca's works are jam-packed with vibrant colours, pretty patterns and quirky characters. Since completing a BFA in Illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Becca has worked for clients such as The New York Times, Google, Kate Spade and Jamie Oliver Magazine. To see more of Becca's lovely work, visit her website, blog and etsy store.
Daniela Tieni is a 31 year-old freelance illustrator and painter from Rome, Italy. Inspired by nature, 1950's cinema and design, she creates playful and soft imagery that draws you in and leaves you wanting more. We love her simplistic style, sophisticated use of colour and of course her super sweet subject matter. Daniela has shown her work in numerous exhibitions across the globe and worked for various publishers such as Grazia.it, Éditions du Rouergue and Material Girl Magazine. To see more of her work visit her flickr, blog, and online store.
Ana Albero is a Berlin-based illustrator, originally from Alicante, Spain. Ana studied Visual Communication at the University of the Arts Berlin and has since gone on to work as a freelance illustrator for clients such as The New York Times, Frankie Magazine and Cartoon Network. When she's not working on commissions, Ana likes to spend her time binding books, self-publishing comics and walking around in Berlin staring at dogs. You can check out more of Ana's work on her website and blog.
Andrew Holder is an illustrator and graphic designer currently living in Los Angeles, California. Andrew has a BFA in illustration from the Art Center College of Design and has shown his work in solo and group exhibitions all over the world. His previous clients include Urban Outfitters, Google, The New York Times, BBC and many more. Head to Andrews website to see more of his work.