Peter Diamond is an illustrator based in Vienna, Austria. He works primarily in editorial illustration with clients in Europe and North America, notable among them The New York Times, The National Post, Plansponsor , Wired UK, and The Progressive.
Max Guther is currently studying at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences doing a BA in graphic design.
Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Lauren Brevner grew up in a mixed heritage family rich with culture and inspiration.
Graphic designer Anton Hjertstedt creates the kind of unexpected work we dream of finding.
Opheim navigates the unruly thicket of themes blending childhood with adulthood – concepts that we ordinarily prefer to keep separate – to unsettling effects.
Matt Phillips (born 1979) has shown his paintings and drawings in Europe, Israel, and the United States.
The combination of different illustrative techniques is what defines this British artist´s works. He connects photography and painting, edits photography and collages in Photoshop and mixes different media.
Cristóbal Schmal creates picturesque stories that appear unforced, funny and somewhat strange at the same time.