• Ricardo Cavolo

    Born in his father’s painting studio in Spain and brought up in a world of painting, drawing and colour, effectively with an Art Teacher at home, Ricardo Cavalo was destined for a life centred around pictures! He studied Fine Arts at University and became Art Director at several advertising agencies before realising that his distinct, […]

  • Nicolas André

    Nicolas André was born in Reims, France. He is author Beyond the Surface, one of our best selling Leporellos, and the stunning screen-printed comic book “Pèlerinages”, published in France by Le Mégot. André has also contributed to various international publications, including: XXI, Feuilleton, 24H01, Bayard Press, Alternatives Internationales and Nobrow 7. André now lives in Rheims where he works with his collective to create […]

  • Robert Hunter

    Nobrow came across Rob’s work a couple of years ago when we launched our first and as yet unpublished open submissions project PINM. We immediately fell in love with his refreshingly different style and admired his willingness to experiment with new formats and projects. Since then we have worked with him for exhibitions, prints, Nobrow […]

  • Jim Stoten

    Jim Stoten is an illustrator based in London, UK. Over the last several years Jim’s unique style and fun illustrations have been commissioned for an impressive list of clients including MTV, Habitat, Levi’s, Urban Outfitters and The Guardian. He frequently exhibits his work in galleries around the globe, and today we’re lucky enough to catch up with Jim and ask […]

  • Jon McNaught

    Jon McNaught was born in 1985. He lives in London where he draws comics, and works as an illustrator, printmaker and lecturer.

  • José Domingo

  • 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 […]