• Dilraj Mann

    Dilraj Mann is an artist and illustrator based in Lewes in the UK. His art is largely inspired by the unexpected and often curious locals from the streets of London. He is the creator of Stroke and Queue zines and his work has appeared in the Island anthology and Kus, amongst many others.

  • Avalon Nuovo

    Avalon was born and raised in Los Angeles, and went to school in Pasadena at the Art Center College of Design. After getting her BA in illustration Avalon moved to London to work on the Nobrow & Flying Eye Books editorial team. She now lives and works in Cambridge, where she’s a full-time freelance illustrator. […]

  • Alexis Deacon

    Alexis Deacon’s first book, Slow Loris, was named one of the hundred best children’s books of all time by Time Magazine. He has twice been shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal and is a two time recipient of The New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books Award.

  • AJ Dungo

    AJ Dungo was born in Fort Myers, Florida. He then moved to Toronto, then settled in Los Angeles where he attended Art Center in Pasadena. When he’s not making comics he works as an illustrator and designer. And when he’s not working on anything, he’s working on his cutbacks on his surfboard and slappies on […]

  • Adam Allsuch Boardman

    Adam grew up in an exceptionally green part of the Yorkshire Dales, and studied BA Illustration at Leeds Arts University. He is currently a freelance illustrator, doing jobs for national museum exhibits, educational publications and historic businesses. He is greatly influenced by film and television as well as books, from authors such as Agatha Christie […]

  • Carl Johanson

    Carl Johanson was born on the west coast of Sweden, north of Gothenberg, where as a child he spent a lot of time drawing aquariums and dragster cars. After completing college he moved to London to pursue an Art Foundation course at Central St Martins, before moving to Stockholm to study Graphic Design and Illustration. […]

  • Carles Porta

    Carles Porta is an award-winning illustrator, animator and graphic designer from Spain. His work has been featured in many national magazines and comics, and he has illustrated and designed the posters and promotional films for the International Animation Film Festival of Catalonia since 1997. In 2001 Carles created his first animated film, François le Vaillant, […]

  • Sally Deng

    Sally Deng is an artist based in Los Angeles. She recently graduated from the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena with a BFA and has exhibited widely in both solo and group shows in California, Illinois and Texas. She won the American Illustration Award in 2016 and 2017. To find out a little more about […]

  • Helena Covell

    Helena Covell grew up between the green, rolling hills of Yorkshire in the UK and the Spanish island of Lanzarote, surrounded by mountains and sandy beaches. Paired with an innate love of nature and video games, this wonderful childhood has influenced Helena’s work and can be seen in her bizarre characters and brightly coloured worlds. […]