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Kamwei Fong

Kamwei's animal-themed art centres on a goldfish named Bo, and a series of furry animal illustrations known as The Furry Thing. His work carries a sense of playfulness and an optimistic outlook on everyday life, with "Be Happy. Be Childlike. Be Ridiculous" as the core spirit of his creations. The philosophy has resonated amongst fans, buyers and collectors, who happily display his art in their homes across Asia, Europe, and the US. Kamwei's work has also appeared in collaborations with local and international brands and art collectives. His creations are often described as poetic, humourous, imaginative, playful and dream-like.

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Steven Wilson

Steven is an Illustrator who lives and works in Brighton, UK. Originally from North London Steven fell in love with Brighton whilst studying on the renowned Illustration course there. He can often be found foraging through the local flea markets for obscure books and discarded paraphernalia to use as inspiration for his varied and experimental work which he generalizes as ‘somewhere between pop and psychedelia'.

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George Greaves

George Greaves is a Bristol based freelance illustrator. He studied illustration and visual communication at Westminster University. His work is bold and graphic with an eye for the unusual. He has had his work featured in It's Nice That, People of Print, Crack magazine, Bricks magazine, Papier Magazine, Sayhito, Wrap magazine's social media and on the Tom Dixon website.

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Daniel Gray-Barnett

Daniel Gray-Barnett is an illustrator, Australian and based in Sydney. Self-taught, he studied Medical Science at the University of Sydney before swapping his microscope for pencils when he realised illustration had a much lower patient mortality rate. Clients include: The New Yorker, Plansponsor, The Boston Globe, GQ Magazine, Sydney Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, The New York Times, Desktop Magazine, Computer Arts, Warner Music, Hello Mr and Graniph.

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Toma Vagner

Toma Vagner is an illustrator based in New York City, born on Sakhalin Island, Russia. Her illustrations depict imaginary spaces filled with jumbled childhood memories. She creates a wonderfully disorganised subject matter and chaotic composition of a static but evolving subject. Like a comic book without the panels, an entire story is maintained within a single frame.

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Lloyd Stratton

Lloyd Stratton is a Brighton based illustrator specialising in traditional, detailed, black and white ink drawings. Reoccurring themes in Lloyds work include nature, animals and the cosmos. He has created multiple prints and artwork for the metalcore band, Architects.

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Stefano Pane

Pane was born in Italy and attended the Accademia di Belle Arti of Rome. During the 90's Hip-hop culture had a massive influence on him and he began to incorporate graffiti and aerosol art into his practice. This led to a number of exhibitions around Rome as well as worldwide. Pane is the founder of the Why Style Collective and now lives and works in Amsterdam as an artist and graphic designer.

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Eye for London Prints

Ram and Mats are creative couple based in Brixton London. Ram is an author and comic book writer. Mathanki (Mats) is a creative director with a background in advertising. Since moving to London they wanted to pursue a path that was both personal and creatively fulfilling, this was how Eye for London Prints was born.

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Francesco Ciccolella

Francesco is an Austrian illustrator with Italian roots. Based in Vienna he creates conceptual illustrations for clients from around the world. Francesco describes his work as about communicating, conveying ideas and telling stories in a poetical and hopefully compelling way. He believes that every story, message or concept has a visual equivalent somewhere in the back of our heads and that luckily it is his job to find it. Recent clients include The Guardian, The New York Times, Die Zeit, The Financial Times, Monocle, Wired and google.

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Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy

Louise is an illustrator based in London. Her work is hand drawn with pen and ink, occasionally adding digital colour. Since graduating from Kingston University she has been awarded D&AD Best Newblood for her book of illustrated shorts, I Married a Toyboy Convict. Selected clients include The New York Times, Penguin Books, The Atlantic, Converse, Little White Lies magazine, Random House, No Brow, Port Magazine and ATP.

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Olivia Knapp

Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th to 18th centuries. Most of Olivia’s content explores the relationship between desire, reason, and circumstance. Her current body of work uses the head and heart as contrasting characters in an ongoing story. Olivia studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Parsons The New School for Design.

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Jacqueline Colley

Jacqueline Colley is a printed textile designer, with over eight years experience working with brands including Oasis and H&M as well as teaching at the V&A. Jacqueline loves to travel and when she returns to her studio in hackney she specialises in creating prints, inspired by habitats as diverse as the desert & rainforest.

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