Chloe Giordano is an Oxford-based illustrator and embroidery extraordinaire. Using a needle and thread, she creates beautifully intricate depictions of miniature woodland creatures that can take her up to two to three weeks each. Chloe graduated from the University of the West of England in 2011 with a degree in Illustration and when she's not sewing up a storm, you can find her reading, visiting galleries and wandering around second hand shops.
Visit Chloe's website and blog to see more of her work!
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.
Cassie Marie Edwards is a painter and educator based in Madison, South Dakota. Lying somewhere between still life and portraiture, Cassie's latest series focuses on conveying the personalities of non-living objects and asks the question: how far-removed can a painting be before it ceases to represent the original subject? We were especially drawn to the bold colour palette as well as the comical and kitschy feel of the images.
To see more of Cassie's work head over to her website or blog.
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.
Elisabeth Lecourt is a French artist currently living and working in London. After studying Fine Art in France she moved to London to study at Kingston University and Central St. Martins. Since then, Elisabeth has enjoyed a successful career exhibiting her installations and paintings worldwide. We instantly fell in love with her series 'Les Robes Geographiques', a collection of apparel meticulously folded from geographical maps. Exploring themes of vulnerability and sensitivity, Elisabeth worked with antique maps from all over the world, to create her distinctive dress installations.
To see more of Elisabeth's work head to her website.
Tamara Feijo is a Spanish artist who creates beautiful gouache paintings in which humans and nature are strongly connected. Inspired by Romanticism and the sublime beauty, Tamara’s works speak of an irrational fear of untamed nature and the fascination or repulsion that can lead us. We especially love her quirky series 'Carnivorous Flowers' where little ladies in cute socks get eaten by camellias and peonies.
To see more of her work head to her website or Marisa Marimon Gallery.
Elizabeth Corkery is an Australian artist living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. Trained as a print-maker, Elizabeth has an ongoing fascination with the varied notion of the multiple and the expanding intersection between fine art and design. We're loving her latest collection 'The Grid, The Trellis', which is based around the structural geometry of the garden trellis. In addition to creating limited edition prints, Elizabeth enjoys a divergence from more traditional modes of production and often will create what she calls "unique multiples"; printed works created en masse where no two pieces are perfectly repeated and each is unique.
To see more of Elizabeth's work head to her website and Print Club Boston.