Marcos Martín is a Spanish comic artist who has worked for both DC and Marvel. He is currently publishing a creator-owned comic, The Private Eye, with Brian K. Vaughn.
Tak Toyoshima is the creative director for multiple publications, a cartoonist, an illustrator, and a publisher.
Working out of San Diego, CA by way of Syracuse, NY, Phil McAndrew is an illustrator and cartoonist with a special brand of style.
Conrad Botes is a South African artist and illustrator whose work has been a leader in the Post-Pop movement of South Africa.
Ryan Browne is a comics creator, illustrator, and graphic designer from Chicago, Illinois. His self-produced comics, God Hates Astronauts and Blast Furnace, are equally entertaining and ambitious.
Currently working out of Toronto, Ontario, John Martz is a talented illustrator, typographer, and “world-famous escape artist”.
Duy Thang Nguyen (aka Monsieur Lonesome) is a gifted illustrator who lives and works in Montreal, in the English-speaking neighborhood, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
Sam Bosma is a young illustrator from Baltimore, Maryland with a unique creative process. Sam graduate from the the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2009, and has been featured in numerous publications.
An illustrator and graphic designer by trade, Andrew has compiled a fantastic library of design collateral in a variety of styles and media.
Tom Hovey is an outstanding illustrator that splits his time between London and South Wales. His work has been featured in dozens of publications.
Hailing from the beautiful city of Winnipeg, artist/illustrator Ray Fenwick has been wowing design audiences with his fresh, diverse, and innovative design work.
Christian Ward is a freelance illustrator living and working in London. Ward’s work is frenetic and colorful. His unique graphic style draws from art noveau, 1960s fanatasy, manga, and graffiti.
Takashi Murakami was the lone visual artist on Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” list of 2008.
Fleet Street Scandal is the collective brainchild of founding creative powerhouse, Kevin Dart and Chris Turnham.
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.
Rotofugi is classified as a designer toy store; however, they are also heavily vested in the showcase of up-and-coming artists in their gallery series.
Warwick Johnson-Cadwell describes himself as “a professional illustrator working in editorial illustration, concept design, storyboarding and narrative art in some form or another.”