Annual Exhibitor List


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.