Presenting 56 wonderful illustrations by seven award winning, prestigious, illustrators, from different parts of the world. The collection includes sketches, comics, geometric shaped illustrations, texture based, fantasy and grotesque. Created from paint, wood, digital media.
ANDRÉ CARRILHO is a designer, illustrator, cartoonist, animator and caricature artist, based in Lisbon, Portugal.
He has won several national and international prizes and has shown his work in group and solo exhibitions in Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Portugal, Spain and USA.
In 2002 he was awarded the Gold Award for Illustrator’s Portfolio by the Society for News Design (USA), one of the most prestigious illustration awards in the world.
His work has been published by The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, New York Magazine, Standpoint, Independent on Sunday, NZZ am Sonntag, Word Magazine, Harper’s Magazine and Diário de Notícias, among other publications.
Beck Wheeler is a New Zealand artist who works across the fields of painting, sculpture and digital media. Her character based works use colour and pattern to tell stories. As an illustrator she has helped develop campaigns for national and international brands. Beck Wheeler is an internationally recognised artist who has exhibited in Japan, Europe, USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. She has gallery representation at 19 Karen Gallery (Queensland, Australia) and Penny Contemporary (Tasmania, Australia).
Benoit (Ben Tardif) from France, suggest simple, efficient and colorful illustrations. His pictures are built around an idea to communicate a specific message.
Portugal Catarina Sobral is an award winner illustrator. Her illustratios show a strong personal identity and clear control of composition, with essential geometrical figures that combined to produce a highly effective visual composition. She has the ability to convey profound sentiment with pure lines and primary colours.
Daniel Bueno is an illustrator, graphic artist and comics artist from São Paulo. His work deals with geometric shapes, textures, graphic ambiguity and illusion, fantasy and the grotesque. “I try to escape from obvious solutions, and one of the ways of doing it is to deform a inicially redundant element. The use of graphic elements as beings that can have another meaning also takes part in this process.
Michael Zavacky is an award winning illustrator and designer who lives and works in Ottawa, Canada at the McMillan advertising agency. He is a distant Slovak relative to the mother of Andy Warhol and works in pen and ink and digital media.
Shaw Nielsen is a pretty snazzy illustrator based in Denver, Colorado. His work, for both adults and children, has appeared in magazines, advertising, posters, books, and newspapers around the world, Communication Arts, 3×3 magazine, HOW Magazine, to name some. Shaw has been honored by the Alliance of Illustrators, and the Art Directors Club.