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Scott Altmann illustration
Scott Altmann’s richly colored fantasy art exudes a luminescent quality. He’s equally at home in working traditionally in oil or commanding pixels to do his bidding.
“I try to sketch as much as possible, and more from my imagination than reference. It's the idea generation that I am searching for. I can always get reference later if needed, but that initial energy is very important to try to capture. It's really a searching process for me. My mind often feels overloaded with ideas and imagery- so the hard part for me is to be an editor. Scrapping the weak ideas, and trying to pinpoint the ideas that are more powerful.”
Altmann divides his time between illustration and gallery work. His clients include Wizards of the Coast, UpperDeck Entertainment and Green Ronin Publishing. Altmann graduated from the Illustration department of the School of Visual Arts in New York.
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Ferris Plock illustration
Ferris Plock grew up in the Bay Area, amusing himself with comic books, graffiti, hip-hop, and Chevy Impalas.
Plock's surrealist and seemingly childish artwork more often than not incorporates animals or monsters in everyday human conditions- going to work, dodging splashes from cars, walking their pets, or being attacked by various creatures.
You’ll find Ferris Plock's illustrations in XLR8R magazine, Mad Mixer magazine, Tokion magazine, Quarter magazine, Freedom Book, and flavorpill.com. He has shown work in New York City, Seattle, New Orleans, Tokyo, London, Paris, Dublin, and cities across California.
Lio Beardsley illustration
Lio Beardsley entered an Anna Sui 'Dolly Head' contest in 2003, won the grand prize, had a chance to meet Anna herself, and has worked with her ever since. In 2005, Beardsley published her first illustration book, “Into the Magical World of Delite.” Her clients include Isaten New York, Maybelline, Vidal Sassoon, IT, This is real Art(UK), Samsung and several 4A agencies. She obtained her BA degree from Hong Kong Polytechnique University.
“I want to be a mixture of artist and illustrator. Artist alone may be too far fetched, subjective and difficult to understand, but illustrator is also too commercial without personal opinion. Better be both. I don't want to be just an illustrator who draws pretty things. I think it is time for us to give back to this world, to make a beautiful world not only fashion, graphic design, interior design or decoration stuffs, but the inner side of it --- being a vegetarian, my goal is to make a better and peaceful world for the beautiful creatures - animals!”
Josh Ellingson illustration
Joshua Ellingson started making art regularly with self published comic books and gradually moved on to design work in college. These days, Joshua contributes illustration regularly to various national and international publications.
"I try to bring a sense of design and narrative into my work, when possible. I feel like that's my strength."
His work has been featured on everything from handheld games to slot machines. He also does animation, toy design, comics and the occasional art show. His work is vivid, humorous, and sometimes dark. Much of it touches upon machinery, technology and visions of the future.
Vicky Woodgate illustration
'I am originally from the London area and studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design, I have worked for the past fourteen years as a freelance Scenic Artist and Illustrator', she says, 'working for such clients as Warner Brothers in Germany, Legoland in Bavaria, Universal Studios in Spain and painting a decorative ceiling for King Abdullah ll of Jordan in Amman. I set up a company in 2000 in Scenic Services but left 3 years ago to pursue full-time illustration from my new base in Valencia, Spain with two cats on my lap instead of ice in my paint bucket! Exploring the full potential of digital artwork big and small'.
Jason Chalker, illustrator/animator
I would have to say everything that’s happened in my life has affected me as an artist. My dad was in WWII and I think my family’s connection to that era brought about my eventual love for pulp art. I’ve been doing some website design, Flash illustrations for an educational CD-Rom for the University of Montana and a few ‘A Scanner Darkly’-style portraits. This past fall I did a painted commission for a Fables event at Austin Books and Comics and also did a t-shirt design for their fall sale. I’m about to start working on a comic I originally started at 24 Hour Comic Book Day. I like the story and I’d like to see how it turns out if I put some time into it. It’ll be my first comic book.
Jacques Laplante illustration
Jacques Laplante likes to think of illustrators as artists who capture a society's life and times - that a good illustrator will go beyond the mere visual reflection of a book's text. "Illustrators reflect the era in which we live," he says.
Laplante's characters have appeared in many publications and ads worldwide. They communicate with humor, warmth and simplicity. "Every project," he says, "unfurls like a butterfly, and every impending deadline represents a new surge of color and emotion."
Serge Seidlitz Illustration
An English/German hybrid, born in Nairobi, Kenya in 1977, Serge grew up traveling between the UK and Asia, where his exposure to modern Chinese art, Mad magazine and a constant diet of MTV fuelled his desire to become an illustrator.
He currently resides in London working as a full time illustrator and typographer. Serge has worked on numerous projects from branding to logotypes. Clients include MTV, Vodafone, Match.com, Honda, Cartoon Network, Puma and the Glastonbury Festival.
Joe Rocco illustration
Joe Rocco is a graduate of Art Center College of Design and has worked as an editorial illustrator for 18 years. He's currently writing and illustrating the weekly alternative strip "Fluffer & Nutter," seen in Seattle's "The Stranger". He's illustrated the column "Joe Bob's America," written by Joe Bob Briggs and distributed by The New York Times Syndicate, and for 10 years he self published and distributed his own cartoon "Enquiring Minds" with writing partner Mandy Foster to alternative newsweeklies in the United States and Canada.
His clients include Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated, S.I. For Kids, Time, Disney, Nickelodeon, Premiere, Scholastic Publications, The Chicago Tribune, National Geographic Kids, Fantagraphics Comics, Harper Collins Books and many other national newspapers and magazines.
His work has been recognized by the Society of Publication Design and the Alternative Newspaper Awards.
Ward Schumaker: I Am Big Heaven
Ward is showing large works on paper this coming June in Shanghai, China. In this interview, he talks about the difference between ART and illustration, and how they intersect in his work. The paintings discussed have a deep, raw energy that at first glance seem to have nothing to do with his illustration work. But look again and it all makes sense.
Phillip Fivel Nessen
Emerging artist Phillip Fivel Nessen is already making waves in the industry. His work combines a forceful line, strong concepts and a rich emotional development.
Nessen’s work has been recognized in Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2006, Society of Illustrators’ Student Competition (2006-2007) and with an Art Directors Club scholarship in 2006.
Clients include the New York Times, Business Week, the LA Times, Yale Divinity School, Brooklyn Industries, Portland Mercury, The Stranger.
Jill Calder: New Yorker Mini Takeover
Jill Calder’s whimsical artwork takes over the April 16, 2007 issue of the New Yorker magazine with a narrative series of ads for Mass Mutual Financial Group. The New Yorker selected about 40 illustrators for Mass Mutual and their ad agency, Mullen, to choose from, which eventually whittled down to Jill; her job was to bring their concept to life.
Garry Parsons illustration
UK freelance illustrator Garry Parsons collects lots of things which eventually turn into his inspiration, such as illustrated books, images cut from newspapers and magazines, Japanese cartoon characters, toys, food packets, sweet wrappers, carrier bags and the list goes on… Parsons studied Fine Art in Canterbury and went back to college in 1996 to study for a Masters in Design/Illustration. The first picture book Garry illustrated was nominated for the Red House Children’s Book Awards 2004 and for the Stockport Children’s book awards.
His editorial work appears regularly in newspapers and magazines in Britain and the USA. Recent clients have included; Proctor & Gamble, Golf Digest USA, Saatchi & Saatchi, The Times, Marie Claire, RCN Publishing, The Guardian and The Independent.
Melvyn Evans illustration
London illustrator Melvyn Evans finds inspiration in such diverse sources as trees, shells and 1960's poster design. In 2003 he was a finalist in the London Transport competition, his artwork being used for press and invitations. More recently he created 23 magazine covers in a 3D digital style, for The Institute of Electrical Technicians. Melvyn Evans studied illustration at Exeter College of Art and Design.
Evans' vibrant graphics have graced the pages of Elle, Vogue, Dorling Kindersley, Scholastic, and Random House. His advertising commissions include work for Rover, Waitrose, Sainsbury, Tesco, Marks and Spencer, Bodyshop and Halifax Building Society.
Nila Aye illustration
How can you not love Nila Aye’s art? Sparkling colors, perky, upbeat, delightful! Aye was born in Rangoon, Burma in 1972. Her family then moved to England in 1975. In 1992 she worked for 3 months in Vogue’s art department. Following this she studied Graphic Design at Central St Martins, specializing in illustration. A few of her clients include: Beau Monde Cards, Marks and Spencers, Paperchase, British Vogue, Tatler, Time Out, Telegraph Magazine, Harrods, Yorkshire Water, BBC, National Citer, Lucozade, Jacadi, Random House and Vigo cards amongst many others. She also illustrates a weekly column in You Magazine.
Anne Lukas illustration
Anne Lukas, three dimensional cartoonist, inhabits a wildly creative and weirdly funny world. She uses a combination of materials and skills including digital photography and polymer clay to develop her wacky creature illustrations. Her unique style has developed as a result of experimenting in many mediums. Anne began her career as graphic designer working both in-house and freelance. She’s a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and the Washington DC Illustrator's Club.
Gary Kempston illustration
Gary Kempston’s saavy illustration work explores line and form. The London based artist experiments with the texture of the picture’s surface within his pieces, and also employs asymmetric composition and color contrasts.
His work’s been highlighted in the Big Book of Illustration Ideas. Clients include BBC, the Guardian, Marketing Week, Future Publishing, Granada Learning, The Telegraph, Readers Digest, and Mediamark.
Anne Smith illustration
London illustrator & designer Anne Smith crafts a sophisticated, richly colored, idiosyncratic, lovingly detailed, graphic gouache style- often incorporating painted type.
Her work can be found in the collections of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., Int’l Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred N.Y., KPMG London, Boston Public Library, General Electric Co., Fidelity Investments, Boston, and het Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, the Netherlands. She’s been honored in Communication Arts, AR100’s “Best Illustrated Annual Reports,” and received fellowships from National Endowment for the Arts and the Massachusetts Artist Fellowship.
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