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  • Andrew Rae

    Andrew Rae is an illustrator based in London, UK. Nobrow published his long-form graphic novel Moonhead and the Music Machine in 2014 and Andrew also contributed a comic to Graphic Cosmogony. He worked on the design and art direction of BBC Three’s cult series “Monkey Dust.” He is also a member of illustration collective “Peepshow,” and “The […]

  • Roman Muradov

    Roman Muradov is an artist whose work we’ve admired from afar for several years. He is a prolific illustrator with his work cropping up far and wide, from the cover for James Joyce’s centennial edition of Dubliners, published by Penguin, to working with highly esteemed publications such as the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Vogue. His […]

  • Simona Ciraolo

    Simona Ciraolo is a Sardinian born author and illustrator who studied animation at the National Film School in Turin, Italy, before moving to the UK where she undertook an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. She has worked as a freelance 2D animator for children’s TV shows and illustrated five […]

  • Rilla Alexander

    Rilla Alexander is an Australian illustrator and designer, a former Berliner, and Portland, Oregon’s, newest resident. Her cast of characters dance across Museo del Prado’s ceramics and stationery, populate Swiss Credit Cards and sleep on the walls of a Copenhagen hotel. Rilla has spoken at design conferences from Tijuana to Tokyo and exhibited around the world […]

  • Corinne Maier

    Corinne Maier is a noted psychoanalyst and author of over 15 titles. Hello Laziness and No Kids have both been translated into English to critical acclaim. Hailed as a counter-culture heroine by the New York Times, she proudly acknowledges not being a member of any club, scientific society or political party. Since 2011, Maier has […]

  • Anne Simon

    Anne Simon is a French artist and illustrator who began her illustrious career by studying at the Beaux-Arts in Angoulême and then in the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. In 2004, she received the “New Talent” prize at the Angoulême festival. Her first comic book Persephone in the Underworld was published in 2006. […]

  • Raymond Lemstra

    Raymond Lemstra was born in Groningen in the north of the Netherlands where he also attended art school. He later moved to Amsterdam and still lives there today. Lemstra has exhibited his art across the world and been commissioned on projects by international companies such as Merceds-Benz, illustrated for Arnon Grunberg’s short story and contributed to two Nobrow […]

  • Magali Bardos

    Magali Bardos is a French author and illustrator. Bardos obtained a diploma from L’Ecole Supérieure Saint-Luc-Bruxelles after which she shared her time between theatre and illustration, both of which she is passionate about. She worked as an assistant stage designer, made puppets and drew for children’s books before working with publishers, magazines and illustration workshops. She has […]

  • William Grill

    First time author and recent graduate from the University of Falmouth, William Grill is a fresh-faced new talent. With a slew of prizes and exhibitions under his belt, Grill’s vibrant colours and cheerful illustration truly bring his work alive. On the official release of his new book Shackleton’s Journey,  we caught up with Will to […]