Annual Exhibitor List


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”.