Annual Exhibitor List
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 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 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 illustrationhistory.org. 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 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.
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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'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' 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.