Personal Website http://steviegee.tumblr.com/ Representation http://www.stemagency.com/index.php?/illustration/stevie---editorial/
Stevies personal work is often character based with bizarre, witty and trashy stories surrounding an image. He originally started developing that style while producing a zine and screenprinted book at St Martins art college which he graduated from in 2004. 1950s looking men, voluptuous women, crazed clowns and wild man beasts have always featured strongly in the personal work he produces under the pseudonym Dusty Wolf.
His commissioned work has included many different themes however, from happy style childrens illustrations to graphic record covers, specific editorial stuff and fashion.
Hi there, I am Micah Lidberg. I grew up in the Middle West of America and since the mid 80's I really enjoyed it. I've since parted ways with the middle of the country - I’ve switched to the eastern beach. If for some reason I am not at the beach, you can probably find me in one of three cities - Kansas City, Minneapolis, or New York as these are my homes away from home.
James Jean is a Taiwanese-American visual artist, known for both his commercial work and fine art gallery work. He is known in the American comics industry as a cover artist for various books published by DC Comics, as well as for his work for Prada, ESPN and Atlantic Records. His work, which has been collected in numerous volume, has been compared by the New York Times to that of Maxfield Parrish.
In 2001, Jean became a cover artist for DC Comics, garnering seven Eisner awards, three consecutive Harvey awards, two gold medals and a silver from the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, and a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators of New York. He also worked in advertising, and has contributed to many national and international publications. His clients included Time Magazine, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, ESPN,Atlantic Records, Target, Playboy, Knopf, Prada among others. He illustrated covers for the comic book series Fables and The Umbrella Academy, for which he has won six Eisner Awards for "Best Cover Artist". In 2006 he won Best Artist from the World Fantasy Awards.
In 2008, Jean retired from illustration and commercial projects in order to focus on painting.
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Personal Site: http://www.jamesjean.com/
Fontaine Anderson is an illustrator and designer from Adelaide, South Australia. She completed an honours degree in Visual Communications at the University of South Australia in 2004 graduating with the highest marks out of her year. She has been working ever since as a graphic designer and freelance illustrator and has completed commissions for various clients including: Harper Collins Publishers NSW, Yen magazine, Perks and Mini, Parallax, Harkness Walker Design, The State Opera Company and The Environment Protection Agency to name a few.
She is inspired by her dreams, Japanese textiles, Egyptian gods, 1980’s clip art, fashion and music.
Personal site: http://fontaineillustration.com/