Samantha Chow

Website | Instagramsamanthaferiolla@gmail.com Samantha Chow is a Chinese-Indonesian Illustrator who likes creating narratives and sequential art since stories are something that interests and motivates her greatly. She loves to travel and enjoys doing reportage drawings of the places she has been to as a way to record what she sees on paper. In 2019, prior… Continue reading Samantha Chow

Lorraine Ansell

Website | Instagramlol.ansell@btopenworld.com Lorraine is a London based illustrator. Longlisted in 2020 for the Templar Publishing Awards, she also created an online resource, based on gender, for the Kate Greenaway Award 2021. Lorraine enjoys black line artwork, creating patterns, and combining digital illustration with traditional printing techniques, with a particular fondness for Riso printing. Much… Continue reading Lorraine Ansell

Emma Alfheim

Website | Instagram | Twitterek.alf@hotmail.com Emma K. Alfheim is a Norwegian/Canadian illustrator based in Oslo, who is specialized in narrative illustrations, such as comics, picture books and animations. She enjoys drawing characters, creatures and sharing fictional stories, ranging from playful lighthearted adventures to grim mysterious tales. Emma works digitally and occasionally incorporates photography into her imagery. In her… Continue reading Emma Alfheim

Danielle Gnadou

Website | Instagram D.gnadou@yahoo.com Danielle Gnadou is a London based illustrator, primarily focused on traditional illustration , graphic design and stop motion animation. She aims to be loose and experimental in her artwork, using a range of mixed media / bright and contrasting colours to authenticate each piece. Dani’s work often reflects on her sense… Continue reading Danielle Gnadou

Annie Hines

Website | Instagramaarhines@gmail.com Annie Hines is based in London and specialises in children's book illustration. She also makes short comics and paints portraits. Animals, particularly dogs, insects, reptiles and bears, are a regular feature in Annie's illustrations. She works in traditional and digital media, often combining the two. Annie uses bold colour in much of… Continue reading Annie Hines

Wilson So

Website | Instagram | Twitter wirusonso@gmail.com Wilson So is a London based illustrator, graphic storyteller and printmaker from Macau. His special 'kink' is mixing traditional and digital approaches to create dynamic and loose illustrations. His works often include stories in the urban city, as well as focusing on the queer community. Ink is his favourite… Continue reading Wilson So

Tyrell Osborne

Instagram | Twitter tyrelljosborne@gmail.com Tyrell Osborne is an illustrator working across both digital and traditional methods of image making. His work covers a breadth of subject matter from protest posters of recent events such as the riots in Hong Kong and the Australian bush fires, to illustrating historic stories and events such as The Adventure… Continue reading Tyrell Osborne

Saudah Mukadam

Website | Instagram | Twitter saudahpopillustration@gmail.com Saudah is an Indo-Irish Muslim illustrator based in London. The name she uses in her handles 'Saudah Pop' comes from one of the many mispronunciations of her name, in this case 'Soda' (hence, Soda Pop, like the drink). She primarily works in digital and printmaking media, with a focus… Continue reading Saudah Mukadam

Robin Richardson

Website | Instagram | Twitter chocolatula@gmail.com Robin Richardson (aka Chocolatula) is a London based illustrator. They have a versatile style and specialise in digital art for graphic novels and concept art. Currently, they are working to broaden their practice into areas such as storyboarding, book illustration, advertising and editorial work. Before studying Illustration at Middlesex,… Continue reading Robin Richardson

Pandora Munford

Instagram | Twitter pandorabox1905@hotmail.co.uk Pandora’s practice combines a mixture of strange things that are loosely connected by messy colour pallets and worn threads. The theme of childhood and nostalgia is important in her practice and is explored through a child-like perspective or dissonance. The inclusion of miniatures and physical objects interest Pandora such as dolls,… Continue reading Pandora Munford