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'.
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.
Floor van het Nederend is an illustrator originally from Haarlem, currently based in Amsterdam. His bold, inky illustrations often draw inspiration from comics, punk flyers and nature, he has also created his own risograph comics. Some previous clients include OBEY, Nike, Vice Magazine and Converse.
Kristian Jones is a freelance illustrator / artist living in the centre of the UK just outside of sunny Birmingham, producing work for magazines, clothing ranges and working for various bands and clubnights on the Birmingham music scene crafting posters and artwork of an alternative nature. His style preys on the innocence of childhood imagination, surreal worlds and fictional creatures.
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.
Jamie Mills is an Artist, illustrator, animator and educator currently based in York, U.K. He is one half of the collaborative project Garden Book Club. Previous clients include New Scientist, NUT Magazine, Wired UK Magazine, Lost Tribe Sound, mini50 records, The Loop, Etsy UK, Men's Health USA, Yumi & The Weather, Tiny Pencil, Ohh Deer and Traces.
Daehyun Kim was born in Seoul, where he now lives and works. His famous Moonassi collection was born whilst he studied at university. He has made the series his life-time project. The Moonassi series are based on his daily thoughts and experiences, with the end goal to be able to look back on the story they have created.
Matthew Green excels in producing beautifully hand-drawn illustrations, his signature style is often compared to wood-cut prints and etchings. Beyond this craftsmanship and at the heart of all of Matthew’s work lies an enormous sense of fun. He creates worlds and moments where fantasy can meet the most mundane; from a voyeuristic zebra who resides in an old wooden shed to a glamorous blue tit dining for one.
Shyama (rhymes with llama) Golden is an artist/graphic designer living in Brooklyn, NY. She is currently working on an illustrated book called Catsquatch. Our T-shirt design of the same name, is a print of one of her fantastic preliminary sketches from the book.
Andrea Wan is an Illustrator and Visual Artist born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver and based in Berlin. Working mostly with ink on paper, Andrea Wan sees her work as a visual journal that reflects her thoughts and experiences. Her drawings combine traditional narrative aesthetics with eerie and surrealist qualities, depicting a world with great sensibility. Her talent has been recognised by clients like the NY Times, WIRED, Nylon and Lulu Lemon to name a few.