Annual Exhibitor List


Sonia Alins
“The Swimmers” is part of the series "Water Women", a collection of collages that contain very expressive figures emerging always from an aquatic environment. Like in the rest of pieces of this series, the artist explores, in a special and suggestive way, concepts such as surrealism, visual poetry and feminism. This artwork is an allegorical expression of happiness accomplished through a choreography of women swimming and dancing, a piece that emerges as a surrealist ode to the "joie de vivre".
Pablo Amargo
He lives in Spain and he has collaborated in press and magazines (The New York Times, The New Yorker, Jot Down…) and in the realization of  books covers, posters and Illustrating books. In 2017 his book “CATS ARE PARADOXES” has been recognized with a Gold Medal from the New York Society of Illustration Awards, Laus Gold in Spain, Silver Award in the ADC*E, the most important award of Graphic Design in Europe, among others.


Giacomo Bagnara
Giacomo Bagnara is a freelance Illustrator based in Verona, Italy. After graduating with a degree in architecture, he began working as an illustrator. Clients list include: The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Monocle, El Pais Semanal, Die Zeit, Apple, etc. His work has been recognized by American Illustration & 3x3Magazine. Represented by Synergy London.
Giacomo Bagnara
Giacomo Bagnara is a freelance Illustrator based in Verona, Italy. After getting a degree in architecture he started work as illustrator. Clients list include: The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Monocle, El Pais Semanal, Die Zeit, Apple, etc. His work has been recognized by American Illustration & 3x3Magazine. Represented by Synergy London.
Scott Bakal
Scott Bakal is an award-winning illustrator which include medals from the Society of Illustrators, SILA, CQ and others. Scott’s work has been published by Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Discover, Playboy, Family Circle, The Vancouver Opera and many other publications and media. Scott’s work can be found in the permanent collections of the Norman Rockwell Museum, United States Air Force, New Britain Museum of American Art and the Society of Illustrators.
Anna and Elena Balbusso Twins
Balbusso Twins are internationally recognized award winning Italian artists team. Their work has been published by major international publishers and companies through out the world. The Norman Rockwell Museum has included Balbusso Twins among the illustrators of The Decade 2010-present on They have illustrated over 40 books. They gained over 70 international recognition including: three Gold Medals and the Stevan Dohanos Award of the Society of Illustrators New York.
Hanna Barczyk
Hanna Barczyk is an award-winning illustrator who works with major publications and other institutional clients. Her work has been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Penguin/Random House and The Economist among others. She has collaborated with Apple, KEEN UNEEK footwear, Silver Jeans and Urban Outfitters. In her art work Hanna combines a variety of tools including pen and ink, acrylic paint, woodblock and digital. She is currently represented by Purple Rain Illustrators.
Lou Beach
An exponent of the Smart Art For A Dumb World school of illustration, Lou has been around longer than you. He is kind to the elderly and very young, doesn’t care much for those in between. He is a friend to animals large and small, only eats meat occasionally, and has rarely been arrested. His long career is attributed to his astigmatism and surrealistic bent, for never missing a deadline, and for having a soothing tone when speaking to art directors. He is still alive in Los Angeles.
Melinda Beck
Melinda Beck is an illustrator, animator, and graphic designer based in in Brooklyn New York. She has received numerous awards including two Emmy nominations and has had the pleasure of working for such clients as: Neiman Marcus, Nickelodeon, Nike, Real Simple magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Random House, Target, and Time Magazine. A series of her prints was acquired by the Library of Congress for their permanent collection.
Lauren Simkin Berke
Lauren Simkin Berke is a Brooklyn based artist and illustrator, publishing art books and zines under the name Captain Sears Press, and creating illustrations for clients such as The New York Times, The Paris Review, Simon & Schuster, and Smithsonian Magazine. Berke's illustrations are figurative, narrative, and increasingly conceptual, intended to evoke the experiential memory of the reader. Berke is currently illustrating their first picture book with Schwartz & Wade Books.
Juan Bernabeu
Juan Bernabeu is a freelance illustrator trained in Valencia, Berlin and Italy. He works the line, the point and the color patch with a notable influence from the screenprint. His work has been recognized by NY Society of Illustrators, Creative Quarterly Magazine, Catálogo Iberoamericano de Ilustración, Associazione di Autori di Immagini, Le Immagini della Fantasia.
Jori Bolton
Jori Bolton is a Canadian illustrator from the West Coast, who now works outside of Toronto. He’s done work for Scientific American, Guinness, The Globe and Mail, WIRED UK, and has had illustrations recognized by American Illustration, 3x3, Communication Arts and the Society of Illustrators.
Davide Bonazzi
Davide Bonazzi has been working as freelance illustrator for clients worldwide including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Science, Wired, GQ, Variety, Fortune, Scientific American, Penguin Random House, The Economist, Gatorade, La Roche, UNESCO, Honda, Timberland, Paramount Channel and many others. His work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators 59, 60, 61, Communication Arts, American Illustration, 3x3 (Bronze medal 2018), Lürzer's Archive.
Annie Bowler
Annie Bowler is an illustrator and educator currently living in Tokyo, Japan. She holds an MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts where she received the Paula Rhoades Award for Excellence. Her work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators and 3x3 Magazine, among others. In addition to her illustration work, Annie has taught art in a variety of settings around the world. Her students continue to inspire her drawings.
Rachel Briggs
Rachel Briggs is an illustrator living and working in Nashville, Tennessee. Formerly Art Director and editorial designer at American Songwriter and Time Out Chicago magazines respectively, her work has since appeared on album covers, set designs, music videos, posters, beer cans and in publications from Brooklyn Arts Press, Third Man Books and more. Briggs is adjunct professor of illustration at Watkins College of Art and has been recognized in the Society of Illustrators Annuals 59 and 61.
Elda Broglio
Elda Broglio is an illustrator from Buenos Aires. She studied at The University of Buenos Aires and afterwards attended to the Illustration Summer Residency Program at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Fond of music and films she always thought about telling stories with her drawings so she pursue a career as an Art Director and illustrator for animation. She has been working in this field for the last nine years with clients all around the globe. Currently based in Berlin.
Marc Burckhardt
Marc Burckhardt's paintings have been commissioned by Gucci, Porsche, TIME, Rolling Stone, the New York Times, and Pentagram Design among others. His work has won numerous awards, including Gold & Silver Medals from the Society of Illustrators and Cannes Lion, as well as a Grammy. He was named Texas State Artist by the Texas Legislature and the Texas Commission on the Arts, and is a recipient of the prestigious Hamilton King Award.
Casey Burns
Casey Burns' work has appeared on record covers for Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth and Modest Mouse; band merchandise for Spoon; exclusive Nike merchandise; beer labels for Deschutes Brewery; ad campaigns for Three Barrels Brandy; murals in Bunk locations in Portland and New York City; and hundreds of silkscreened posters for legendary Carrboro, North Carolina, music venue Cat's Cradle. He is the art director for award-winning music/lit mag Radio Silence and is an art director at Grey in New York City.
Michela Buttignol
Italian girl who moved to New York because of love. Since then she has been working as a freelance illustrator with: The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Planadviser, Plansponsor, Jamie Magazine, Bam, The Center For Urban Pedagogy, Bam and others....


Andrea Caballero Salcido
Story continuation of a previous illustration, this one depicts the moment before our dead loved ones arrive to meet us in Día de los Muertos. My favorite tradition from my country, Mexico. It is the waiting and longing to be reunited, celebrating life by remembering.
Ivan Canu
Born in Alghero, graduated in Literature in Florence. I work in Milan as critic, graphic designer and illustrator. From 2009 I’m the director of Mimaster Illustrazione school. My clients: Il Sole 24 Ore, L’Espresso, La Repubblica, La Stampa, The NYT, The Boston Globe, Die Zeit,, Courrier International, Entrepreneur, Discoveries, Handelsblatt, InvestmentNews, De Agostini, Rizzoli, Centauria, Feltrinelli - Awards: SOI 58, 59, 60, 61- 3×3 13, 15 - AI-AP website 2008, 2017 - CA 2008
Fiona Carswell
Fiona Carswell is a designer and animator working in illustration and storytelling. She has produced interactive, animated, and static illustrated pieces for New York Public Radio and Apple, amongst others. Born in Northern Ireland and raised in Kansas, Fiona currently lives in Brooklyn.
Robert Carter
Robert Carter is a full-time professional illustrator based in Ontario Canada. Combining a strong foundation in portraiture with a unique sense of visual and conceptual problem-solving he creates striking, vibrant, and textured illustrations and portraits with subjects ranging from realistic to the surreal.
Amelia Chen
Amelia Chen is a designer and illustrator based in New York. Currently she works as a designer at Buck. She loves storytelling and drawing human. She focus on expressing personal feelings and humanity through her art work.
An Chen
An Chen is a Taiwanese illustrator and graphic designer based in London. She loves to combine vector shapes with printmaking texture in her work. Her illustrations have been published in numerous magazines and books internationally.
Cinyee Chiu
Cinyee Chiu is originally from Taiwan, currently traveling around the world as a nomadic freelance illustrator. She finished her MFA in Maryland Institute College of Art. Her work combines traditional media and digital painting. She draws for animation, editorial illustration, book illustration, package/product design, picture book, and more.
Dani Choi
Dani is an illustrator based in New York. She graduated with a BFA in Communication Design from Washington University in St. Louis and is pursuing MFA in Illustration as Visual Essay at SVA. She wants to interpret the world through her unique visual language to bring more color to her life.
Andrea Chronopoulos
Andrea Chronopoulos is a Greek/Italian illustrator based in Rome. He graduated in illustration and 2d animation at the European Institute of Design of Rome in 2011. Founding member of Studio Pilar, cultural association in Rome. He has worked with GQ, Fred Perry, Plansponsor, MIT Technology Review, Pentagram London, The New York Times, Bloomberg, The Atlantic, Barron's. His work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and 3X3.
Vikki Chu
Vikki Chu is an illustrator living and working in New York City.
Hye Jin Chung
Based in New York, artist Hye Jin Chung’s cheerful artwork utilizes cut paper and a rich, vibrant color palette. Friendly upbeat characters lead active lives in her illustrations - drinking coffee, swimming, reading, even bodybuilding. Inspired by her birthplace in Singapore, Hye Jin’s work is often filled with overgrown plants and greenery. She is the co-founder of Instant Rabbit, a publisher of zines, prints and cards; her ongoing personal project #peoplebyhyejinchung features a charming serie
Joe Ciardiello
Joe Ciardiello has created illustrations for most major magazines, newspapers, book publishers, design firms and record companies. Clients include The New Yorker, The New York Times Book Review and Rolling Stone. Among his awards is the Hamilton King Award from the Society of Illustrators. His new book is published by Fantagraphics.
Alexandra Citrin
Alex Citrin is an illustrator and AD based in Queens, NYC. Her work has been recognized by 3x3, American Illustration, Society of Publication Designers, International Motion Art Awards, and Society of Illustrators. Clients include Vice, NYMag, Refinery29, Playboy, Penguin Random House, Zappos…whatever it’s all on her quasi-outdated website. Anyway, Alex studied fine art at Skidmore College and earned her MFA in illustration from MICA. She teaches at Pratt and works from her studio in LIC.
Alexandra Citrin
Greg Clarke
Raised in Los Angeles, Greg Clarke has a degree in art from UCLA. His work has appeared in the pages of The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, and The Wall Street Journal. His new book (with co-author Monte Beauchamp), "A Sidecar Named Desire," (Harper Collins) was released this past fall.
Emily Comfort
Emily Comfort is a collage-artist, graphic designer and teacher in NYC. She creates unique, physical objects composed of images found in magazines, newspapers, and books. Emily is interested in the transference of values and ideals from one generation to the next. By repurposing images from the past, her work considers the powerful influence of mass-media across multiple generations.
Sally Wern Comport
Sally Wern Comport is an Annapolis MD based artist who has served a range of publishing, editorial, and advertising clients for over 40 years. Recent books include Zora & Me, Ada’s Violin, Love Will See You Through, and Nile Crossing, which have been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Bank Street College, and The Christopher Awards. Comport also creates public large-scale art for museums, hospitals, and commercial clients through her company Art at Large inc.
Fabio Consoli
After studies at University of the Arts of London and School of Arts Of New York, now he lives in Acitrezza, in Italy. A partial client list includes: The New York Times, Boston Globe, NPR, Pentagram, Red Valentino, Brunswick Magazine, Apple Japan, American Airlines, New Jersey Monthly, Seiko Watches. His works has been selected by American Illustration Annual, Society of Illustrators and 3×3 Mag Annual. He teaches Illustration at "Abadir Academy of Art" in Italy.
Jim Cooke
Jim Cooke is an Illustrator and Art Director from Brooklyn. As Art Director for Gizmodo Media Group, he built an in-house team of staff illustrators, creating editorial illustrations full time across the media network, as well as commissioning freelancers. He was awarded a silver medal from the Society of Illustrators as an art director, and has illustrated for NYT, Variety, Businessweek, Data&Society, Popular Science, Texas Observer, and more. He now lives in Providence, RI.
Angela Corti
Ángela Corti Is an illustrator based in Buenos Aires, specializing in Surface Pattern Design. Her work includes illustration and surface pattern design for fashion fabric, curtains, decor, wallpaper, stationery, footwear, porcelain and objects. She has collaborated with different companies from around the world.
Mirko Cresta
Illustration for the article “Free in Captivity” published in the winter Issue 2017 of Tricycle Magazine. An article about how meditation got Fleet Maull through a 25-year prison sentence.
David Curtis
David Curtis is an Award-winning Illustrator and Designer from Brooklyn, NY. He has worked with such companies as Scholastic, Harpercollins, Macmillain, and others, and he has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators as both an Illustrator and an Art Director.
Chloe Cushman
Chloe Cushman is an illustrator, writer, and artist based in Toronto. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many other international publications. From 2011-2016 Chloe was a Visual Journalist for Canada's National Post newspaper. Her illustrations have been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, and by The Society of News Design, where she has also been a judge at their international Best of News Design competition.


Luca D'Urbino
Born and raised in Milano, Italy, I graduated in Industrial Design and I work as a freelance Illustrator and Motion Designer. Cover artist and regular Illustrator for The Economist, I also had the pleasure to work for The New York Times, Hermés, La Stampa, La Repubblica, Sky, Wired, Chef Rubio, Hoover, La Marzocco, Costa Crociere, Coesia, Bonsai Ninja Studio.
Giovanni Da Re
Italian illustrator published in international magazines, children books and more. Selected in: Society of Illustrators, 3X3 Magazine, American Illustration, Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, Communication Arts.
Jialun Deng
Jialun Deng is a freelance illustration artist and a member of the Society of Illustrators. His work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustrations, Communication Arts, 3x3 Magazine. His clients include The New York Times, Scientific American, The Medium, etc.
Sally Deng
Sally Deng is a graduate of Art Center College of Design. From her Los Angeles studio, she has created illustrations for various publications including the New York Times, NPR, and The Atlantic. Her children’s book, “Skyward”, is published through Nobrow/Flying Eye Books. She has also exhibited art in galleries across the US. She was named a Young Guns 16 winner by the One Club of Creativity.
Alice Yu Deng
Alice Yu Deng is a freelance illustrator who is originally from Yangzhou, China. She went to the U.S. for education and graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art. Alice enjoys the process of solving problems both conceptually and visually, and has special interest in narratives and emotional contents. Her clients include The New York Times, Scientific American, Sierra Magazine and more.
Eric Deschamps
Eric Deschamps is a fantasy and sci-fi illustrator. Eric has worked with a diverse list of publishing, video game and advertising clients including Activision, Bloomsbury Children's Books, Blizzard Entertainment, HarperCollins, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Simon & Schuster, TBWA/Chiat/Day and Wizards Of The Coast.
Sandra Dionisi
Sandra Dionisi is a freelance illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. Her work has been commissioned by a wide range of publications in the US, Canada and Europe and included in the permanent collection of the ROM and Canada Post Corporation. Sandra's work has been recognized by American Illustration, Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, the Society of Publication Designers, Lürzers Archive 200 Best Illustrators, The Art Directors Club of Toronto and the National Magazine Awards.


Thomas Ehretsmann


Lisk Feng
Lisk Feng is an award-winning illustrator who is initially from China, and now a New York-based freelance illustrator. She graduated from MFA Illustration Practice from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014, with a lot of publications and advertisings seen by the world, such as The New Yorker, Apple, Penguin, Airbnb, The New York Times, Chanel, etc. Her illustrations received some awards and recognitions such as Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, YG15 winner, Forbes 30 under 30.
Jackie Ferrentino
Jackie Ferrentino is an illustrator and cartoonist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She has worked for clients such as the New York Times, TIME Magazine, NPR, and Bloomingdale's.
Pui Yan Fong
Pui Yan Fong is a Toronto-based illustrator. When she is not drawing or reading, she is watching sports.
Tallulah Fontaine
Tallulah Fontaine is a freelance illustrator originally from Edmonton, Alberta. She is currently based in Montreal and sometimes Los Angeles.
Andy Friedman
Andy Friedman is an artist, musician, writer, and illustrator. His drawings of cultural luminaries have appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, GQ, Vanity Fair, The Nation, Esquire, and The New Yorker, where he has also contributed cartoons under the pseudonym Larry Hat, as well as with his own name.
Makoto Funatsu is an illustrator from Tokyo, Japan. She graduated from Tama Art University's Oil Painting Course, and studied illustration under Tatsuro Kiuchi at Aoyama Juku in Tokyo. Her ambition was to create Illustrations for literature and picture books. She has been working as a freelance illustrator for over 10 years.


Ryan Garcia
Ryan Garcia is a freelance illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. He is best known for his editorial work in The New York TImes, The Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, as well as WIRED magazine. With emphasis on flat colours and line-work, Ryan’s work is heavily influenced by the Golden Age illustrators such as J.C. Leyendecker, Coles Phillips and Mac Conner.
Tatiana Gardel
Tatiana Gardel is a Brazilian illustrator based in New York City. She graduated with a degree in Fine Arts and in Art Education in Brazil. Her career started as a visual artist, participating in several exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro. While exploring other ways to express her creativity, she found a passion for illustration. She works traditionally blending different techniques. Her whimsical pieces are inspired by her multicultural heritage, nature, mythology, and religion.
Monica Garwood
Monica Garwood is an illustrator born and raised in the Bay Area and currently living in San Francisco. She graduated from California College of the Arts with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Visual Studies. She specializes in watercolor and gouache conceptual and narrative illustration. Clients include Google, The New York Times, Facebook, and Penguin Books.
Aliya Ghare
ALIYA GHARE is a Toronto-based illustrator. Her work is preoccupied with weaving a visual narrative characterized by subtle witticism, often times combining dark humor and/or metaphor to communicate ideas and information, with particular attention to detail, colour, and composition.
Beppe Giacobbe
Beppe Giacobbe was born in Milan in 1953 where he lives and works. His work has been featured in many exhibitions throughout Italy as well as internationally. He currently teaches at ISIA Urbino. He is the recipient of multiple awards and accolades, both in Italy and in the United States Giacobbe has illustrated several books His monographie is: Visionary Dictionary published by Lazy Dog Press 2013 He contributes regularly to the Corriere della Sera, the Courrier International.
Carlo Giambarresi
I'm an illustrator based in Sardinia, Italy. I've been traveling and living abroad for a while and during that time I have completed two professional courses in illustration - at the IDEP Institute of Design and later at the Escola Massana, both in Barcelona. I'm working as a freelancer since 2010.
Abigail Goh
Abigoh is a Singaporean illustrator who hustles in New York City. She hopes that her art encompasses her love for people, life and creativity. The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Google, Washington Post, Huffington Post, The Guardian are some of her clients.
Johanna Goodman
Johanna Goodman is a New York-based Artist and graduate of Parsons School of Design. In 2017 she was awarded a NYFA Fellowship grant from The New York Foundation for the Arts. Her work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, 3x3, and Communication Arts. Her work has been profiled by The Guardian, Le Courier International, Fahrenheit Magazine, Creative Review, Colossal, Trendland, Vice, The Fox is Black, Ms. Magazine and The Age of Collage: Contemporary Collage
Cecilia Granata
Cecilia -Ceci (like chickpeas!)- Granata is a professional illustrator, painter and tattooer from Italy, currently living in California. Her work has been published on books, skateboards, movie posters, chocolate boxes, human skin and much more. Ceci earned her BFA from School of Visual Arts in NY and recently completed a Master program at Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She would love to work on your next project and/or pet your dog.
Matt Griffin
Matt Griffin is a graphic artist, animator & author from Kells, Ireland. Specialising in key art & title design for film, and cover & interior art for publishing, his clients include Disney, Warner Bros, Universal, Penguin, Harper Collins and more. Since 2008 Matt has garnered an international reputation for distinctive and innovative graphic art. He is also the author of award-winning children's books 'The Ayla Trilogy' (O’Brien Press).


lorenzo gritti
Born and raised in Milan, Lorenzo had been an educator for more than 10 years before starting to work as a freelance illustrator. Partial Clients List includes New Yorker, New York Times, Boston Globe, Bloomberg Business Week, Nautilus, Scientific American, The New Republic, Süddeutsche Zeitung, and many others. In 2016 he won a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators in New York with the series of minimalistic portraits called “Quick Portraits”.


Marcellus Hall's work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Time, as well as in American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and Communication Arts annuals. He has illustrated 9 children's books, including the self-penned Everyone Sleeps. His debut graphic novel Kaleidoscope City was published in 2018 by Bittersweet Editions.
Rebecca Hendin
Rebecca Hendin is a London-based American illustrator, cartoonist and animator. She divides her time between working in-house at the BBC and working freelance in her home studio surrounded by a small collection of artificial skulls. She was an in-house illustrator at BuzzFeed from 2015-2018. Her political cartoons are syndicated by Universal Uclick. Clients include Washington Post, Google, New Statesman, VICE, Politico, The Nib, Amnesty International, Gimlet Media, Imperial War Museums and more.
John Hendrix
John Hendrix is a New York Times Bestselling illustrator and author of many children's books including,"Drawing is Magic," "Miracle Man: The Story of Jesus," and the "The Faithful Spy: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Plot to Kill Hitler." His illustrations have appeared on book jackets, newspapers and magazines all over the world. John also is an associate professor, teaching illustration at Washington University in St. Louis, chairing the new MFA Illustration and Visual Culture program.
Jody Hewgill
Jody Hewgill’s paintings have been commissioned by National Geographic, Random House, Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, The USPS, and The US Department of State (Earth Day, Declaration of Human Rights posters) among others. Her work has garnered numerous awards including Gold & Silver medals from the Society of Illustrators. A series of her theatre posters are included in the Permanent Poster Collection of the Library of Congress. Her work is included in Taschen’s 100 Illustrators.
Cleonique Hilsaca
Cleonique Hilsaca is a Honduran Illustrator, living in Savannah, GA. She graduated from the Savannah College of Art & Design with a B.F.A. in Illustration and a minor in Graphic Design.
Michael Hirshon
After a nomadic childhood spent doodling, eating, sleeping, and growing, Michael Hirshon ended up as an illustrator living in Madison, Wisconsin. Throughout his career, he has created bold and colorful editorial illustrations, advertisements, packaging, and book covers. When he isn't drawing for clients, he is filling his sketchbooks with travel drawings and assorted chaos.
Angela Hsieh
Angela is an illustrator whose life choices can mostly be explained by the fact that she likes goofy animals. Her life experiences include fireman-carrying a (sedated) bear cub and catching a three-legged wallaby. Her work has been featured in the Society of Illustrators, SILA, Creative Quarterly, 3x3, and Light Grey Art Lab. Her clients include Pop-Up Magazine, Tröegs Brewing, and The Art of Eating. She is currently an illustrator at NPR.


Stefania Infante
Stefania Infante is an italian freelance illustrator based in Rome. She worked for years as a visualizer in advertising. But her greatest passion it’s always been editorial illustration. From first publications on the newspaper L’Unità, her style has grown in a formal and chromatic synthesis which aims toward conceptual and surreal interpretation.


Rina Jost
Rina is an illustrator living in Frauenfeld, Switzerland. She studied Illustration Fiction at HSLU Arts & Design in Lucerne. Her work has been recognized by Society of illustrators 61, Hiii Illustration and 3x3 magazine and has been shortlisted for the World Illustration Awards 2018. She has also been awarded by her home town (which by the way translates as „women’s field“).
William Joyce
William Joyce has achieved worldwide recognition as an author and illustrator of children's books, as well as a filmmaker. In 2011 Joyce and his studio, Moonbot Studios, won the Academy Award for the best-animated short film with "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore." Since then William Joyce has produced, designed and directed several award winning short films, apps, games and other multi-platform entertainments.


Gayle Kabaker
Gayle Kabaker is a freelance illustrator based in Ashfield, MA. She studied illustration at The Academy of Art in San Francisco. Her work has been showcased by American Illustration, 3x3, Communication Arts and has been featured in many publications including covers for The New Yorker magazine. Hula Hooper was painted while on retreat in Arizona and is part of a series of paintings that explore beauty, people, water and reflections.
Song Kang
Song Kang is a freelance illustrator based in Atlanta, Georgia. Using intricate line work, she creates highly textural and organic environments. This piece is a collaged image of Dangni, Busan, South Korea, where she spent her childhood summers with her grandparents.
Igor Karash
Igor Karash is an illustrator based in Saint Louis, Missouri—originally from Baku, Azerbaijan. Igor’s illustration work includes picture books, classic literature and editorial work. Igor’s work has been recognized by numerous illustration competitions: AOI Awards in London, American Illustration, Creative Quarterly, 3x3 Magazine, Society of Illustrators, and Graphis. Most recent publications include work for the Folio Society in London, Oprah Magazine and Detskaya Literatura in Moscow, Russia.
Terri Fry Kasuba
Terri Fry Kasuba is a freelance illustrator living in the Philadelphia area. She graduated from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. She creates cute, clever and somewhat twisted illustrations for projects in advertising, publishing, product and surface design, as well as showing at galleries. Some of Terri’s clients include BlueQ, Quarto Publishing, Urban Outfitters, and Crate & Barrel.
Boyoun Kim
Boyoun Kim is a freelance illustrator based in New York City. She was born in Korea and studied illustration at School of Visual Arts. Her work has been showcased by the American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and has featured in a number of publications including The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Washington Post.
Jaime Kim is a picture book illustrator who was born and raised in Korea before moving to the USA when she was 18. She has illustrated many books for young readers, including La La La: a story of hope by Kate Dicamillo, Take Heart, My Child by Ainsley Earhardt, and Isle of you by David LaRochelle. Jaime Kim live lives in Charlotte, North Carolina
Greg Kletsel
Greg Kletsel is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY. His clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, ESPN, Entertainment Weekly, Etsy and BuzzFeed, and his work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, American Illustration and The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art. He is also the co-creator of an animated short for Nickelodeon called "Farkels". You can usually find Greg doodling in his sketchbooks or wrestling with his Risograph machine.
Hawk Krall
"Pennsylvania Madness” map of offbeat food and attractions, for Faber Liquors delivery truck. Art Direction by WeHolden agency in Philadelphia.
Jenny Kroik
Jenny Kroik is a New York City-based illustrator. Born in in St. Petersburg, Russia, she moved to Israel with her family in 1989, and then to the United States in 2002. The inspiration for her whimsical, sensitive paintings comes from the people she sees around her, and moving to NYC in 2016 has given her endless material for her illustrations. With her work, she attempts to capture a fleeting moment or a feeling, to freeze time and highlight the beauty and wonder in each person, their environme
Nora Krug
Nora Krug is the recipient of fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and the Maurice Sendak Foundation. Her illustrations were recognized with gold and silver medals from the Society of Illustrators and the New York Art Directors Club. Her animations were shown at the Sundance Film Festival. Krug’s visua; memoir Belonging, about WWII was named a New York Times Critics’ Top Books of 2018, among others.


Lalalimola is the pseudonym of the Spanish illustrator Sandra Navarro. She works for international publishers, newspapers, magazines and advertising agencies. After several years working on children’s books, currently her work is mainly focused on editorial illustration. Her list of clients includes Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Oxford University Press, QED Publishing, APEX Experience Magazine, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, El País, Scoop magazine, GroupM, UNICEF, Specsavers and more.
Gracia Lam
Gracia Lam is an award-winning illustrator living and working in Toronto. Her unmistakable aesthetic has caught the eyes of countless publications and illustration enthusiasts with a long list of notable clients such as The New York Times, The New Yorker, Time Magazine, J. Crew, Penguin and Random House, and more. Lam has won various international awards such as American Illustration, Society of Illustrators, Art Director’s Club Young Guns 8, including Gold & Silver awards from NMA.
Anne Lambelet
Anne Lambelet is a freelance illustrator currently living in Philadelphia. She has three fully illustrated picture books set to come out in 2019: MARIA THE MATADOR, DOGS AND THEIR PEOPLE, and THE TRAVELER'S GIFT. Along with her freelance work, she also teaches in the illustration department at the University of the Arts.
Krystal Lauk
Krystal Lauk is the owner of San Francisco boutique agency Krystal Lauk Studios, specializing in art direction, tech-orientated illustration, and visual design. Under her studio she has had the pleasure of working with Facebook, Uber, various teams across Google, Intercom, Fast Company, and The New York Times. Her work has been recognized by American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and 3×3 magazine.
Bernard Lee
I was born and raised in Orange County, CA and graduated with a BFA in Illustration from Syracuse University. After working in New York City for a few years as an Art Director at Scientific American, I now reside in California again creating illustrations for the publishing, editorial and entertainment industries as well as for private collectors. Past clients include Variety, Scientific American, Macmillan, VICE and more.
Hannah Li
Hannah Li is a New York-based freelance illustrator who was born in Changsha, China. Her background in Oil Painting and Printmaking subtly influences her illustrations. She likes to explore ways between digital and traditional tools to bring unique touches to her image.
Vanya Liang
Vanya Liang is a freelance illustrator from China, based in Savannah, GA. She is currently studying at Savannah College of Art and Design and will graduate in June 2019. With a lot of publications and commercial projects, She has worked closely with companies such as Harper Collins, Fleurus Editions, Alipay, and Tezign, etc.
Gabriel Lipper
Painting through Japan, much of Europe, Central and North America, the Caribbean and even Turkey, Gabriel Lipper's paintings have been shaped by his experience of the world at large. His work can be found in both private and public collections throughout much of the U.S.A. Some of his clients include Bristol Myers-Squibb, Harry & David, Blackstone Audio books, Evergreen Federal Savings and Loan and Britt Music Festival. His fine art has been shown in Carmel, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Nashville
Nick Little
Nick is an illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York. He loves animals, plays lots of video games, and maintains a modest collection of insects. He has an MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts.
Jenn Liv
Jenn Liv is an award-winning Chinese illustrator based in Toronto. Currently she is also teaching 4th year undergraduate illustration at Sheridan College. She has worked with clients including PLANSPONSOR, The New York Times, The New Yorker and Medium.
Max Loeffler
Max Loeffler is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, working primarily in the fields of editorial illustration and album artwork. However, he's basically curious about everything that needs some smart and concept-driven or atmospheric imagery. His work got published by The New Yorker, GQ, DIE ZEIT, The New Republic and Variety, among others.
Cadie is a freelance illustrator originally from Shenzhen, China and currently based in Los Angeles. She studied film as an undergraduate and recently earned a MFA degree in Painting. Illustration is her favorite way of expressing herself and exploring the world around her. Cadie currently produces editorial and commercial illustrations for magazines and advertisements.
Jeff Lowry
Jeff is Tucson based illustrator. His style can be described as a mishmash of the 90’s, cartoons, bad movies, comics and far too many video games. He received his BFA in illustration from University of Arizona and his MFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts. Clients: Nike, Makespace, Buzzfeed, Harmonix (Hasbro), Popular Mechanics, AKA NYC, Moleskine One (RED) Day Project, Manufacture New Jersey & Savvi.


Marc Martin
Marc Martin is an illustrator working with watercolour, gouache, pencil and computer. His work is a world of dense colour, rich textures and the odd scribble. He is also the author and illustrator of many books for children, including A River, named a Best Illustrated Picture Book by the New York Times. He lives in Melbourne, Australia
Sean McSorley
Sean McSorley is a British illustrator and motion designer currently trying to acclimatise to winter in Ottawa, Canada. He aims to create images that uncover the underlying themes of their subjects in new and engaging ways, and give shape to intangible ideas.
Eugenia Mello is an illustrator and graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina currently living and drawing in NYC.
Alex Eben Meyer
alex eben meyer was born and raised in philadelphia, pa and graduated from washington university in st louis, mo. he has been illustrating for over ten years. he lives and works in greenpoint, brooklyn.
Rebecca Mock
Rebecca is an illustrator, animator, and comic book artist, co-author of the graphic novels Compass South and Knife's Edge, and two-time SOI medal winner. She is known for her detailed, atmospheric, subtle gif animations. Past clients include The New Yorker and The New York Times, JetBlue, Lyft, AirBnB, WeWork, HBO and the BBC. Rebecca lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Sylvia Morris
Sylvia Morris is a freelance illustrator and science communicator based in Melbourne, Australia. A background in mathematics (which involved a lot of research and abstract puzzle-solving) has combined with her childhood as a dedicated bookworm to create a useful, if unorthodox, foundation for illustration.
Merit Myers
Merit Myers lives and draws in Brooklyn, NY with his kitten, Peat. Constantly drawing at home, at bars, or on the train—escaping to a world of shapes and color—Merit is inspired by New York and its many contradictions, oddities, and beautiful communities. His constant scribbling is a rich source for his playful, magical illustrations exploring a span of emotions from isolation to joy to sexuality to identity. He animates his drawings and designs playful characters, too!


Kadir Nelson is an American artist and illustrator whose work is in the permanent collections of notable institutions, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the US House of Representatives, and the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Nelson created album cover artwork for Drake’s album, “Nothing Was the Same.” He has also written and illustrated several NYT Best-Selling picture books including, “WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball.
Robert Neubecker
Robert Neubecker has freelanced for The New York Times, Time Magazine, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and almost every magazine in print. His many industry awards include SI, AI, CA, Print, and the Key Award (the Oscar of posters) for the movie Sideways. His first book for children, Wow! City! won the ALA Notable Book Award for 2005. Over thirty books have followed. A long time New Yorker, Robert now lives with his family in Park City, Utah.
Victo Ngai
Victo Ngai is a Los Angeles based illustrator from Hong Kong, graduated from Rhode Island School of Design. Ngai's clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, Apple, Prophecy Wines, Johnnie Walker, American Express, Tor, Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, NBC and Dreamwork. Ngai's work has received many honors including Forbes 30 Under 30 (Art & Style), The One Club Young Guns 16, SOI NY and Spectrum Gold and Silver medals and many more.
Simone Noronha is a New York based illustrator & art director. She’s worked with Google's Creative Lab, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, WIRED, Youtube, Tumblr, Ustwo, & Medium.


Tim O'Brien
Tim O’Brien is a freelance illustrator whose art has appeared countless times on the covers of magazines and books and has illustrated several US Postage Stamps. Tim’s paintings are among the collection of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC., and was the recipient of the Hamilton King Award in 2009. A SOI member for 27 years, and is the current president of the organization.
Eamonn O'Neill
Eamonn O’Neill is an Irish illustrator and animation director. He is a graduate of London’s Royal College of Art. His clients include Google, Youtube, Paramount and Cartoon Network. His work across animation and illustration has been recognised by BAFTA, The Art Directors Club and The Society of Illustrators.
Yuta Onoda
Yuta Onoda is a freelance illustrator based in Tokyo, Japan. Clients include: TIME, Playboy, Chevrolet, Rolling Stone, Major League Baseball, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Tor Books, etc. His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, 3x3, Spectrum, American Illustration and Society of Illustrators.
Jennifer Orkin Lewis
Jennifer Orkin Lewis is an artist, author and illustrator based in NYC. She has been obsessed with painting from an early age, and was always making art and creating something new. She is known for her daily sketchbook paintings which she has been doing for over 6 years. Her paintings are primarily gouache and watercolor but also include ink, pencil and the occasional marker. Besides the sketchbook, she has worked with clients such as Anthropologie, Abrams Books, Chronicle Books, Eeboo, Flow Mag


Lily Padula
Lily is a multi-disciplinary illustrator, animator, and artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She employs a cerebral approach to image making, distorting and bending reality where it suits her while maintaining a rich emotional core in each of her pieces.
Alix Pentecost-Farren
Alix Pentecost-Farren is a freelance illustrator and visual artist. Originally from North Carolina, she studied filmmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to New York. Her work has included pattern design, editorial illustration, mud murals, graphic journalism, installations and more.
Alix Pentecost-Farren
Alix Pentecost-Farren is a freelance illustrator and visual artist. Originally from North Carolina, she studied filmmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to New York. Her work has included pattern design, editorial illustration, mud murals, graphic journalism, installations and more.
Camelia PHAM
Currently working from Wroclaw, Poland, Camelia Pham's dynamic conceptual illustrations use uniquely graphic compositions and a keen insight into the human psyche to communicate the concept at hand. Her sophisticated work has appeared in print and online magazines, posters and marketing. Camelia Pham is represented by Magnet Reps.
Jamie Polancic
Jamie Polancic is an illustrator living and working in Los Angeles. She’s a valley girl born and raised. People say her work is fun and bold and sarcastic, and she hopes that the same would be said about her.
Emiliano Ponzi
Based in Milan, Italy, Emiliano’s bold illustrations employ repetition, a judicious use of line, strong graphic compositions and the use of conceptual metaphors to define and communicate the concept at hand.His client list includes : The New York Times, Le Monde, The New Yorker, Louis Vuitton, Moma NY, Cartier, Der Spiegel, Penguin Books, Apple, Hyundai, Esquire. Italian clients include Armani, Bulgari, Gucci, Martini, La Repubblica, Feltrinelli, Lavazza, Pirelli, Ferrari.
Miguel Porlan
Illustrator born and based in Barcelona, Spain. He develops his work mostly for editorial and personal projects. He has worked for The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Boston Globe among others. His work has been selected at the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts Illustration Annual, 3×3 and American Illustration. Represented in U.S. by Purple Rain Illustrators.
A. T. Pratt
Risograph print, cut, folded with popped in panels. A heartwarming tale of artistic liberation
Sonia Pulido
Sonia Pulido lives in a seaside village close to Barcelona, Spain. She mostly works for newspapers and magazines like: The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Harper's Baazar Spain, L'Obs, Variety, El País Semanal among others. She enjoys illustrating covers and books for adults, too. Penguin Random House, Harper Collins, Lumen, Blackie Books, Alfaguara and Planeta are some of her clients.


Jason Raish
I was born in Korea and raised in the forests of western New York. I attended SUNY Albany for fine arts, Yonsei in Korea (study abroad), and finally FIT for illustration. After school I lived and worked as an illustrator in Beijing, Tokyo, Spain, London, and Paris for 5 yrs and now live in Park Slope, Brooklyn with my wife.
Fatinha Ramos
Fatinha Ramos is a Antwerp-based illustrator and visual artist originally from Portugal. Her work takes us on a journey through an imaginary world of singular textures and rich color pallet, with surreal compositions that create an emotive and fascinating universe. She has been internationally recognized by: 3x3 Pro Show NY; Creative Quarterly; Nami Concours; Global Illustration Award; World Illustration Award (AOI)…etc.
Erin Robinson is a fashion designer by trade whose career has spanned over 25 years.She is also a trained fine artist from Parsons School of Design.She works in a variety of mediums that include watercolor,collage as well as digital. Her work has appeared in the New York Times,Boston Globe,Village Voice,Essence magazine and the Washington Post. She currently divides her time between Washington,DC and New York where she is illustrating a variety of children’s books to be released in 2019.
Meryl Rowin
Meryl Rowin is an award-winning illustrator whose work has been commissioned by The New York Times, Apple, A24 Films, Travel + Leisure, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Apartment Therapy, and many more. She lives in Los Angeles, & previously worked as an Art Director at Lowe NY and Deutsch Inc. 
Meryl illustrated Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally’s 2018 memoir, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told, from Dutton. She loves illustrating people, dogs, food, & nature.
Feifei Ruan
Feifei Ruan is a Chinese illustrator and visual storyteller based in New York City. She studied visual storytelling and received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts. Her style ranges from eastern classic to science fiction and fantasy. Her clients include PenguinClassics, HarperCollins, BuzzFeed News, Variety, ElleMen, Wissen, BOOM!Studios, The JimHenson Co, School of Visual Arts, BBC, and Mercedes-Benz.
Pete Ryan
illustrator, dog lover, self aware sentence writer, half man half horse, recently bought my first home but doubt this is the place to share that news, OMG please say hit to me at the show so I dont leave hating myself.


Steven Salerno
Steven Salerno creates illustrations ranging from graphically simple & whimsical to more realistic, richly textured images. He's created thousands of published illustrations for a list of nearly 600 clients for use in print & web advertising, magazines, newspapers, product packaging, publishing, corporate publications, and retail graphics. Steven is also the illustrator of 30 popular fiction & non-fiction picture book titles for children (and is author & illustrator of 5 of these titles).
Matthew Salton
Matthew Salton is a video director and illustrator raised in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. His most recent output has been in the field of non-fiction filmmaking. What began as a side interest, playing with sketches, led him to develop a peculiar style when needing to create imagery to tell stories in his documentaries. Matthew’s style reflects the intuitive approach he brings to his work and his interests in the absurd and surreal. He loves apple pie and the color orange. 
Daniel Savage
Daniel Savage's work can be found at the crossroads of illustration, graphic design, animation and motion design. His work has been recognized by the ADC Young Guns, Webby Awards, and Society of Illustrators (duh) to name a few. He has taught at SVA and NYU, and created the film festival Yule Log 2.0.
Andrew Selby
An internationally recognised illustrator, Andrew's work has appeared in newspapers, on billboards and on the covers of major corporate reports for over two decades, including campaigns for Nike, Accenture, British Gas and Eurostar. His iconic and thought-provoking illustrations have consistently been selected by 3x3: The Journal of Contemporary Illustration, Society of Illustrators’ of New York, Society of Illustrators’ of Los Angeles, American Illustration and the Association of Illustrators’.
Andrew Selby
An internationally recognised illustrator, Andrew's work has appeared in newspapers, on billboards and on the covers of major corporate reports for over two decades, including campaigns for Nike, Accenture, British Gas and Eurostar. His iconic and thought-provoking illustrations have consistently been selected by 3x3: The Journal of Contemporary Illustration, Society of Illustrators’ of New York, Society of Illustrators’ of Los Angeles, American Illustration and the Association of Illustrators’.
Isabel Seliger
Isabel Seliger is an artist and illustrator based in Berlin, Germany. In 2014 she graduated from the School of Art and Design Kassel specialized in visual storytelling. Since then she's working as a freelance illustrator for international clients such as The New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Bloomberg and The Atlantic.
Daniel Shaffer
Daniel Shaffer is a freelance illustrator and graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, and is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia. He paints in photoshop, and is interested in book illustration, editorial illustration, game design, advertising, and animation. When he is not painting he is wondering if he should be painting.
Anuj Shrestha
Anuj Shrestha is a cartoonist and illustrator. His comics have been listed in several editions of The Best American Comics anthology. His illustration work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, McSweeney's, Playboy and Wired, among others. In 2017 he was awarded the gold medal from the Society of Illustrators as a part of the MoCCA Arts Festival Awards of Excellence. He resides in Philadelphia, PA.
Chris Sickels
Chris Sickels, the creative force behind award-winning Red Nose Studio, creates an eccentric world we'd all like to visit. Endearing characters and intricate sets draw you in with wit, intelligence and charm. His 3-D illustrations are built from a variety of materials. Any object is fair game, for one illustration he constructed an old-fashioned canister vacuum cleaner from a jumble of materials including a garlic press, a tire gauge and the cord from an old electric skillet. Red Nose Studio is
Owen Smith
Owen Smith's paintings & sculpture have been exhibited in NYC, Milan, San Francisco & Los Angeles. Illustrations in Sports Illustrated, Time, Rolling Stone, New York Times, Los Angeles Times & 18 New Yorker covers. His mosaic murals are installed at 36th St. Subway Station Brooklyn. He created murals, mosaics & sculpture, Laguna Honda Hospital S.F. named one of America's Best Public Artworks by Americans for the Arts Convention. He is Chair, Illustration Program, California College of the Arts.
Mark Smith
Mark's work has featured in magazines, newspapers, books and advertising campaigns around the world for clients including The New Yorker, ESPN The Magazine, Rolling Stone, Penguin Books, GQ and many more. His take on the world has won him recognition from most of the major annual award panels, stand out awards include a silver medal from the NY Society, the Patrick Nagel Award for Excellence from the LA Society and the 'Best in Show' award from 3X3 Magazine.
Antonio Sortino
Antonio Sortino is an Italian illustrator based in Milan. He worked with The New York Times, Wired UK, WirtschaftsWoche, The Telegraph, La Repubblica. His work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, 3X3 and Premio Illustri.
Shanti Sparrow
Shanti Sparrow is a New York-based illustrator, graphic designer and educator. Sparrow draws on her love of nature and animals to create enchanting scenes in her unique style. Having studied design at University of Western Sydney, Sparrow integrates her sound knowledge of design principles and illustrative techniques to create layered, patterned and texture-filled scenes. Sparrow’s art aims to connect with the child in all of us — colourful, playful, and engaging.
Brian Stauffer
Known for his conceptual approach. Brian's illustrations have appeared on the covers and pages of over 300 publications worldwide including The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, GQ, The Nation, The village Voice, Esquire, Time Magazine, The Washington Post and Oprah Magazine. Among numerous awards, Brian's work has received multiple Gold and Silver Medals from The NYC Society of Illustrators, The New York Art Directors Club, Graphis Magazine, and the Society of Magazine Designers.
Patrik Svensson
Illustrator and designer Patrik Svensson works on various projects from his studio in Gothenburg, Sweden. His clients include 20th Century Fox, Penguin Books, NY Times and Wall Street Journal, amongst many others.


Reina Takahashi
Reina Takahashi is a paper artist based in San Francisco. She has done work creating props for marketing shoots and stop motion videos, assets for packaging, book covers, greeting cards, editorial and more. She has been working with cut paper for over ten years, and loves the challenge of representing anything out of paper. Her clients include Wired, Facebook, Google, Lyft, Better Homes & Gardens, and American Greetings, among others.
Jacqueline Tam
Jacqueline Tam is an illustrator from Hong Kong, currently residing in Harlem, New York with two cats. She has an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, Illustration as Visual Essay program and has worked on a variety of editorial and commercial projects, including the New York Times and Pandora Jewelry. Her illustrations are poetic and experimental, and seek to capture a world full of mystery and wonder.
Siyue Tan
Siyue Tan is currently working and studying in Boston. Her name, which in her native language Mandarin translates to “thinking and reading”. She started drawing and reading since early childhood and was deeply influenced by literature, musicals, archeology and Discovery Channel. In Siyue's work she strives to convey the same sense of whimsy, hopefulness, and drive that I valued so much in art and culture.
Wenjia Tang
Wenjia was born in Jiangsu China and came to study in the US when she was 15. She graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA degree in Illustration in 2017, and moved to NYC to become a freelance illustrator. She has done a lot of editorial work and some of her clients include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Variety Magazine, The Atlantic etc. Her work is inspired a lot by retro illustrations in the 1950s, and loves the textures from screen prints.
Hayley Powers Thornton-Kennedy
Hayley is a freelance illustrator living, working, and teaching in Baltimore Maryland. She earned her MFA in Illustration Practice from the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she now teaches part time. She works with clients like Apple, The New York Times, Harvard, and BUST Magazine, making pieces that feature bold shapes, weird colors, and strong ladies. She has received recognition from American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, and Creative Quarterly.
Brenna Thummler
Brenna Thummler is a freelance illustrator and graphic novelist from northwest PA. Her first original graphic novel, Sheets, was selected as one of Barnes and Noble’s “Best Books of 2018” and the sequel, Delicates, has been acquired by Lion Forge with expected publication in 2020. In addition, she has worked with such clients as The New York Times, Washington Post, Razorfish, and Country Woman. When she’s not drawing, you might find her tap dancing, making music, or lost in the woods somewhere.
Giulia Tomai
Giulia Tomai is a freelance illustrator born and based in Rome, Italy. She studied Illustration at the European Institute of Design and, after her degree, she founded Studio Pilar, a creative studio and cultural association. She works as a freelance illustrator since 2011 for the major Italian publishers like Mondadori, Einaudi, Rizzoli and Battello a Vapore. She collaborated with Timbuktu Labs for the second ”Goodnight Stories for Rebel girls" book.
Junichi Tsuneoka
Junichi established a style often recognized as “California Roll Stylie,” the result of both a visual and conceptual fusion of Japanese pop culture and American urban culture. He founded STUDIO STUBBORN SIDEBURN to broaden his visual communication and to employ his visual language in art, illustration, and design. Junichi’s pieces possess highly communicative, assertive graphics, and contain clear signs pointing back to his strong design background.
Rita Tu
Rita Tu (Qianwen Tu) is an illustrator and a motion designer, she creates illustrations and also animates her drawings. She draws elements separately, combines them later, and transfers them into animation works. Most of her artworks have a dream-like feeling and attract viewers to start an unrealistic journey with her. Her artworks focus on exploring the beauty in between of illustration and motion fields. She is interested in publishing, children’s illustration, licensing, and motion markets.


Toma Vagner
Toma was born on Sakhalin Island, Russia, now living and working in New York City as an illustrator. She graduated with BFA from The School Of Visual Arts. In her work she breaks down her subject matters into evolving sequences, movement and characters, creating wonderfully chaotic compositions. Alongside commissions and commercial work, Toma is constantly working on personal projects, with her subjects ranging from music and fairy tales to toys and mazes.
Francis Vallejo
Francis Vallejo is a Detroit native, American artist. He has worked with Candlewick Press, Folio Society, Snapple, VIBE, and Camelbak as well as exhibiting at The Anchorage Museum, Gallery Nucleus, and Pixar studios. Vallejo is an Assistant Professor of Illustration at the College for Creative Studies. His work can be characterized by traditional media experimentation with a heavy foot in classical picture making and draftsmanship.
Colin Verdi
Digital painting done for Babeland Toys, featuring a cheeky tarot card reading. Used as digital advertising on Instagram and
Amber Vittoria
Amber Vittoria is an artist working in New York City; her work focuses on the accurate portrayal women within art, and she has collaborated with like-minded brands, such as Gucci, The New York Times, and Instagram, on pieces that further said narrative.


Luyi Wang
Luyi Wang is an award-winning illustrator and gallery artist based in New York. She finished her BA in Camberwell College of Art in London and her MFA in Maryland Institute College of Art, respectively. She creates whimsical and childlike works addressing different social issues. Her work has been recognized by several awards and exhibited in New York, London, Beijing, Cremona, Culver City, etc.
Michael Waraksa
Michael Waraksa is a Milwaukee, WI based illustrator. His illustrations have been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including The NY Times, PLANSPONSOR and TIME. His work has also been selected to appear in Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and 3X3 Magazine.
Natalia Wilkoszewska
Working in London, Natalia explores mediums of traditional animation and illustrations. Her films have been screened internationally on festivals as Annecy, SICAF and Hiroshima, using hand frame-by-frame painted technique. URL:
Loveis Wise
Loveis Wise is a Freelance Illustrator based in Philadelphia. Her clients include The New York Times,The New Yorker, Buzzfeed, and REI to name a few.
Earl Womack
The Nutmeg State's Earl Womack illustrates with a focus on story and energy. His contribution to past graphic novels has earned him multiple accolades and achievements. Womack's current graphic novel project Tunnel Rat is highly anticipated and set to debut in Fall 2019.
Sara Wong
Sara is an illustrator located in the Bay Area. She graduated from the Communication Design program at Washington University in St. Louis, and is obsessed with teasing out and amplifying the emotional undertones of stories big and small.
Rob Wood
Best known for five book covers he illustrated for Stephen King, Rob is part of the internationally known studio of Wood Ronsaville Harlin. Along with the covers by major authors such as Jean Auel and Louise Penny, his most recent endeavor is creating murals and artwork for many museums including the WWII Museum in New Orleans, The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, and the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia to name a few.
Taili Wu
Taili Wu is an illustrator and stop-motion artist in New York. Grew up in the countryside of Taiwan, she draws inspirations from animals and everyday objects. She is passionate about handmade design, playful things and crunchy cookies, and enjoy telling stories through ceramics and animations.
Yifan Wu
Yifan is an award-winning illustrator and animator. She comes from Nanjing, an old capital of China. Yifan is an artist who vents her anger about the idiot, morbid, mordant world in artwork; a creative thinker who deal with her nihilism through reading stories and storytelling; a non-sayer to pollyannas. She explores this world through reading, films, traveling, and conversations. She loves dancing, animals, and nature.


Julia Yellow
Julia Yellow is a Taiwanese Illustrator and designer currently based in New York. She creates her work digitally and loves to make it with a playful, warm and witty quality.


Lucio Zago
Lucio Zago is an illustrator and designer who moved to New York City in the 1990s after graduating from the Basel School of Design. In 2017 he printed and distributed Williamsburg Shorts, his first graphic novel, a collection of short stories, personal and historical, that takes the reader through the transformation of the Brooklyn neighborhood he has lived in for over 23 years.
Natalia Zaratiegui
After studying Art History at The University of Barcelona, I studied Illustration at Massana School and Editorial Design at Elisava University School. My work has been published in magazines and publishing houses. I have worked in the world of publishing and communication. In 2016 I started Galeria Cromo, an space dedicated to drawing and illustration.
Daniel Zender
Daniel Zender is an illustrator and artist from Brooklyn, NY. His work has been awarded a silver and gold medal from the Society of Illustrators, as well as the ADC Young Guns Award.
Vikki Zhang
A Book Cover illustration for a story about a boy woke up all the Terra-Cotta Warriors to be alive.