Pandora Munford

Instagram | Twitter 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

Morgan Thompson-Gordon

Website | Instagram Morgan Thompson-Gordan has had an interest in art from a young age and has developed a particular love for printmaking, as well as digital processes where he attempts to replicate mark-making and textures present in screen-printing processes. In the future, Morgan hopes to become an art teacher to pass on the… Continue reading Morgan Thompson-Gordon

Ewa Jedlinska

Website | Instagram | Twitter Ewa Jedlinska is a London based illustrator who works with traditional media such as lino and screen-printing methods, as well as digital processes. Her practice is deeply influenced by and aims to respond to current political and environmental issues through thought-provoking imagery. Ewa’s portfolio uses limited colour palettes and… Continue reading Ewa Jedlinska

Eliise Vahi

Website | Instagram Eliise is an Estonian illustrator currently based in London. She primarily works in editorial and children’s books and across mediums such as digital collage, animation, coloured pencils and 3D. The influence of vintage aesthetics and textures can be seen throughout her portfolio, as well as the inspiration of her personal collection… Continue reading Eliise Vahi

Ekta Nareshkumar

Website | Instagram | Twitter Ekta Nareshkumar is a London based illustrator who works with traditional mediumsuch as etching, watercolour and collage. Ekta is an artist who specialises in miniaturistimagery. Ekta has also worked on a wide range of projects, ranging from packaginglabels to etchings. She has also taken part in the Macmillan Children’s… Continue reading Ekta Nareshkumar