Cam Hoff (@camhoff)
Canada's most graphic designer.
kristian jones (@kristianjones)
I am a designer / artist / illustrator living just outside of Birmingham in the UK. I create imagery that explores innocence, childhood, nightmares and reality.
Chakima Micheau (@ccmicheau)
A Bronx native, Chakima grew up during the 90's heavily influenced by Nicktoons, obsessed with Tinker Hatfield's innovative kick designs, and her Caribbean mom's stories about "back home". After learning how to apply her eye for shape and color at FIT and eventually graduating from SVA with a BFA in illustration in 2013. She's since moved on to painting and has begun to explore narrative pieces with her works centering around the parts of New York city life people seldom see within art works. The bodegas, the piragua man getting passed up for Mr. Softee's ice cream, the boys hawking candy on the trains, life before gentrification and so on.
Dreamer who loves to do Art graphics being passionate about music, cinema and pop culture.
Richard Keeling (@king_rah)
Freelance graphic designer / illustrator living in south east London.
Looking for work.
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Erik Svetoft (@eriksvetoft)
Malthe Junge (@malthejungeknudsen)
Illustrator and artist based in Kolding, Denmark.
My work is mostly based on human interactions and the feelings that can get caught in between - the claustrophobic helplessness and impotence of life when one is just struggling. And that counts for almost any kind of expression and aesthetic I am working on or with
Zoe VAdim (@zoe_vadim)
Illustrator and Pictionary Girl
From belgium to N.Y.C
Jessie Maisonneuve (@jessienewhouse)
Illustrator, Graphic Designer, art enthusiast, I love to create.
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
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Steve Simpson (@stevesimpson)
With over 30 years experience, Steve Simpson is renowned for his hand lettered packaging design, whimsical characters and illustrated barcodes. His distinctive style, inspired by the arts & crafts movement, 50s advertising and folk art, has appeared on everything from 1" postage stamps to a 200ft screen in Times Square. His work has adorned whiskey bottles and cough bottles, boardgames and board rooms, hot sauces and ceramic saucers:)
Since 2008 steve has won over 50 awards for both packaging design and illustration.
Steve has been a main stage speaker at OFFSET, OFFF and ICON as well as giving many talks and masterclasses internationall.