Phillip Fivel Nessen

I declare New York-based illustrator Phillip Fivel Nessen one of the most chameleon-like illustrators I have ever come across. In many cases, for someone working as an illustrator, this sort … Read more


Max Bode

Though most know Max Bode as an art director over at the ubiquitous New Yorker, he is in fact quite an illustrator. Creating bright, clean illustrations, in a style at … Read more


Jacob Thomas

Painting ships and designing logos while working for the Maryland Coast Guard is an unusual start into the world of illustration. However, New York-based artist Jacob Thomas has gone on … Read more


Marcos Chin’s colourful world

Marcos Chin graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design, in Toronto, Canada. Since then, his work has appeared as book covers, advertisements, surface design, fashion catalogues, magazines, and … Read more


Megan Russell’s patterned illos

Maryland’s MICA just seems to be cranking out the talent this year! Recent grad, Megan Russell, creates quite lovely, intricate, densely pattern-based illustrations. With a polished portfolio that runs the … Read more


Seounghyon Cho

South Korean artist Seounghyon Cho currently resides in New York City, having received an MFA degree in Illustration from School of Visual Arts.


Jashar Awan

Anyone who reads The New Yorker will be familiar with the work of Brooklyn illustrator Jashar Awan, a consistant fixture within its pages. With strong influences clearly drawn from the … Read more

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