Artist and muralist based in México's Yucatan Peninsula. Always curious for contrasts and bold simplicity, Lou bases her artworks in the act of balancing abstracted memories, feelings and music; All of them influenced by a minimal and modern approach to the diversity of her Latin roots.
Reyna Noriega is a Miami-based Black and Afro-Latina visual artist, author, and educator who works across a variety of mediums, from graphic design, to painting, digital illustration, and photography. Through simplified shapes and forms in bold and vibrant shades, she portrays figures of people of color, architectural spaces, and landscapes. She helps women to create inclusive, forward-thinking businesses and brands and combines her visual art with writing. In 2019, she notably published a collection of poems entitled In Bloom.
Founded in 2015, ZEBU is a creative duo from Berlin which is active in the fields of illustration and painting. Their Studio is full of color and accompanies weird, humorous and bold characters which find their home in print products, murals and exhibitions.
Photo credit: Lydia Hesse
From their workshop on the banks of the Sèvre river (near Nantes), Adèle and Maxime look mischievously at the shapes the world offers them. Initially screen-printed, they now reproduce them with infinite delight on all sorts of supports. Their taste for materials pushes them to constantly push back the boundaries of their know-how : collages, ceramics, picture books, engravings, textiles, murals, wood and paper cut-outs.
Born in Bristol George Greaves is now a London based Illustrator and Designer. He Studied 'Illustration and Visual Communication' at the University of Westminster and then went on to start the design company 'Printed Goods' with his brother. He has worked for brands such as Apple, Hermés, Soho House, Apartmento, RImowa and many more. His work is primarily focused on Symbols, Archetypes and Myth.
Studio Grand-Père is an illustration project created in 2015 by the brazilian designer Rafaela Mascaro. With the purpose to encourage and inspire people to share their creativity around the world. The project is driven by the desire to extend diversity and exploit it in the best possible way, including the plurality of genres, cultures, classes, and ethnicities.
Working with UNICEF, DrawFor, Anthropologie, ban.do, Bacardi Japan, Elle Magazine, Publix Super Markets, Cocofloss, Westwing, Patricia Viera, Fy!, Rare Device, Frankie Magazine, Teen Breathe Magazine, iCanvas, Books Are Magic and Vida Simples Magazine.
Dutch illustrator Bodil Jane works from a small mezzanine studio in Amsterdam-West where she creates detailed, colourful, female-focused illustrations. Nature is a never ending source of inspiration to her. Bodil is represented by London based agency Folio Art.
Dabito is a designer, photographer, and artist best known for his vibrant use of color and patterns to create eclectic, modern, bohemian spaces.
Amber Vittoria is an artist working in New York City. Her pieces focus on femininity and the female form and on the portrayal of women within art, leveraging physical traits such as bold colors, overtly extended limbs and rounded features.
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