Hailing from just outside of America’s capital city, El Jefe is a heavyweight among the ranks of up-and-coming designers.
AMOSE is an exceptional artist from Lille, France whose work exhibits a beautiful exploration and artistic exploitation of the human form.
A self-described “cosmic kid” from Cleveland, Ohio, Stephen Tompkins is painter and illustrator with a reputation for his wild-style pop art.
Working out of the City of the Lakes, Zara Hoang is an interactive designer and illustrator that embraces the transient nature of the internet and the evolutionary possibilities this dynamic media affords.
Drawing heavily from pop art and cult classics, Mike Mitchell has amazing conceptual imagery and executes these concepts to nearly-photographic realism.
Today’s Vibe is a multidisciplinary design agency comprised of three Philadelphian artists (Adil, Mike, and Jason) with every intention to “help rid the world of the ineffective, obsolete, and intrusive marketing techniques that assault every facet of modern life.”
Nick Iluzada is a currently a senior at MIC/A and is majoring in illustration: his work has a handcrafted, yet polished aesthetic that has the ability to span a variety of mediums and themes.
Aaron Miller is “a determined young illustrator with a real passion for character illustration and contemporary styling.”
Nate Trapnell’s work has been described as an “Ed Roth/Asian tattoo artist” mashup.
Headquartered in Barnaul, Russia, Saccade presents themselves as a design and visual communication firm.
Hailing from the capitol of the great state of Oregon (Salem), Glitschka Studios has established themselves as a veritable Goliath of interdisciplinary design.
Frank Espinosa is definitely not an up-and-coming designer. He has served as an art director at both Warner Brothers and Disney. Espinosa has also been nominated for three Esiner Awards and taught mythology, world-making, and character design at MIT in the Comparative Media Studies department.