Victo and the heavy line

Illustration // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Ngai Chuen Ching, or 'Victo' was born and raised in Hong Kong where she got her English name, Victoria, when she was in a British kindergarten as Ngai Chuen Ching was too hard to pronounce for the foreign teachers. However, "Victoria" was too hard for her fellow Chinese classmates, so they started calling her Victo instead. Luckily, Victo is now an illustrator and finds her true identity there.

jeremy forson

Illustration // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Jeremy Forson is an illustrator and designer based out of San Francisco with a wide variety of skills, tendencies and styles. His work varies between sultry portraits to more comic based narrative scenes, all the while expressing his great talents and versitility.

Rachel Caldwell Illustrations

Illustration // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Philadelphia based Rachel Caldwell has an impressive consistent quality of line. Her illustration work is heavily marked by the natural kingdom, flora, fauna, linework patterns and intimate portraits. Classic contemporary.

The delicate Nadia Flower

Illustration // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Fragile, delicate…yet graphic and strong – these elements define Nadia Flower's beautiful illustration work. Nestled in the far-flung beauty of the isles of New Zealand,Nadia happily weaves her imagination for clients across the world, applying hand-drawn and computer-based imagery to a range of visual mediums; from fine arts to fashion, from editorial to advertising, to books and textiles.

Jordan Metcalf

Illustration // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Jordan Metcalf is a freelance designer that is currently residing in South Africa. In this series, he has created a variety of die-cut gift tags, which are absolutely adorable and wonderfully designed.

Zombie Yeti Studios

Illustration // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Inspired by comic books, cartoons and video games, Jeremy Packer, also known as Zombie Yeti Studios, creates illustrations of epic proportions. His work is detailed and gory with a taste of humor and brilliant color schemes.

Zach Cohen

Illustration // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Zach Cohen is an illustrator and animator that currently dwells in Israel. His artwork is goofy and bright with a little twinge of darkness. He has won awards for his animations, and his illustrations and character designs still provide a heartwarming feeling in the viewer.

Sixeart

Illustration // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Paredes Sergio Hidalgo is best known for his moniker Sixeart, which he has used in his developments as a graffiti artist and then as an illustrator. His main stimuli are his experiences in the urban landscape, the melancholy of the city, the people's concerns about evolution and its consequences, genetic manipulation, and a romance to the world that lies behind the images that are lost in time.

Erica Steiner's Ornament

Illustration // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Erica Steiner is a Bay Area-based artist whose work explores the idea that the basic human drive to ornament the material world fundamentally innate and irresistible. Her work seeks to use ornamentation as a disciplined and sustained practice and as a means of dialoging with fine art, folk art, and craft traditions such as Indian and Aboriginal painting, psychedelic art, graphic design, medieval Catholic illuminated manuscripts, mid-century modernism and Victorian imagery.

Tomer Hanuka

Illustration // Monday, December 05, 2011
Tomer Hanuka is an illustrator and cartoonist based in NYC, who also currently teaches at the School of Visual Arts. He works on a range of projects for magazines, book publishers, ad agencies, and film studios. His clients include The New Yorker, Nike, and Microsoft, and he has won numerous awards for his work, including multiple gold medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication designers.

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