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Editorial Submission :: Nancy Liang

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Editorial Submission :: Nancy Liang

Editorial Submission :: Nancy Liang

Editorial Submission :: Nancy Liang

Nancy Liang is a recent graduate from the College of Fine Arts in Sydney, Australia. She spent most of her university years ‘soul searching’ for the passion of my life before finding it in illustration after graduating.

She’s a lover of the moon, collage, dioramas and illusion and the series shown above, ‘Midnight Games” tells a short story of five friends and their “shenanigans” on a night out.

You can see more of Nancy Liang’s work here.

Posted by James on 04/08/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Sarah Ferone

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Sarah Ferone is an illustrator based in Philadelphia. She had a long career as a graphic designer and made the switch to illustration about a year ago. Since then, she has found a love for food illustration, natural and scientific subjects such as gardens and botanicals, and urban and environmental themes. Her work includes editorial illustration, packaging, and pattern and surface design.
See more of Sarah’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 04/01/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Lo Cole

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Editorial Submission :: Lo Cole

Editorial Submission :: Lo Cole

Editorial Submission :: Lo Cole

Editorial Submission :: Lo Cole

Editorial Submission :: Lo Cole

Lo Cole designed the album sleeve artwork for Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s ‘Welcome to the Pleasuredome,’ and has been working as an illustrator ever since. He’s presently illustrating the weekly ‘What I’m Really Thinking’ and ‘Bello’ columns for the Guardian Weekend Magazine, and does illustrations weekly for The Economist, amongst other things.

Cole is also a printmaker and has regularly exhibited his prints in many regional and London galleries. These days he’s making and producing prints digitally from his studio in Gloucestershire.

You can see more of Lo Cole’s work on the paper products and greeting card company website he owns with his wife, Imaginary Press.

Posted by James on 03/26/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Paul Rooms

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Editorial Submission :: Paul Rooms

Editorial Submission :: Paul Rooms

Editorial Submission :: Paul Rooms

Paul Rooms is an American painter living in New York. Watercolors are his medium, the “inner child” his inspiration.

Paul is influenced by the painting traditions and traveling nature of his ancestral countries—from the Flemish a surrealistic eye, from the Italian color and construction.

Paul has no formal education in art, which he credits for the development of his personal style. He’s had several solo exhibitions and sold his work to collectors from the world over.

You can see more of Paul Rooms’ work on his website.

Posted by James on 03/24/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Claire Shorrock

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YOGAClaire Shorrock is a freelance illustrator based in Bristol, UK. She works with a variety of media including gouache, acrylic, and colored pencils and then compiles her images digitally. She is a member of the Drawn in Bristol collective and is currently working on her first children’s picture book.

See more of Claire’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 03/18/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Kristy Lankford

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Editorial Submission :: Kristy Lankford

Editorial Submission :: Kristy Lankford

Editorial Submission :: Kristy Lankford

Editorial Submission :: Kristy Lankford

Editorial Submission :: Kristy Lankford

Washington D.C.-based illustrator and art teacher Kristy Lankford paints in watercolor, acrylic, gouache and digitally. Her work can be found in children’s illustrations, surface designs, still life paintings, and much more.

Kristy studied studio art and illustration first at Boston College and later earned her M.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

You can see more of Kristy’s work on her website.

Posted by James on 03/11/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Petra Hämmerleinova

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Freelance illustrator Petra Hämmerleinova was born in Prague and lived in Munich, where she graduated in fashion and graphic design in 1997.  After several years of working as an in-house designer, she decided to do what she loves most and started her career as an illustrator.  Petra’s style is a mix of hand-drawn characters, patterns, and lettering in pencil, watercolor, and ink. She combines all of these elements digitally to create beautifully detailed scenes and patterns populated by cute and quirky characters. Petra currently lives in Bavaria/Germany.

See more of Petra’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 03/04/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Judith Loske

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Judith Loske is a German author and illustrator. She completed her degree in illustration from Ruhrakademie and now works as a freelancer in the field of children’s books. She combines pencil, colored pencil and watercolor to create playful stories and unique characters (with a particular fondness for cats.) A delicate line quality, subtle textures and a soft muted palette result in quiet and quirky illustrations that she describes as “sometimes thoughtful but also full of life and happiness.”

See more of Judith’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 02/18/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Xenia Pankowa

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Editorial Submission :: Xenia Pankowa

Editorial Submission :: Xenia Pankowa

Editorial Submission :: Xenia Pankowa

Editorial Submission :: Xenia PankowaPost by James

Xenia Pankowa is a Berlin-based artist and children’s book illustrator. The illustrations shown above are part of her self-authored picture book “Tasso”, which was selected among the finalists for this year’s Meefisch Prize exhibition in Würzburg.

You can see more of Xenia’s rich, imaginative work on her website.

Posted by James on 02/11/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Mark Bird

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Mark Bird is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Manchester in the UK. He loves designing characters and narratives for children – anything to spark the imagination.  His appreciation of design is brought into every illustration, creating a style that is lovingly crafted, whimsical and evocative. Relishing a challenge, Mark is happiest when pouring his imagination onto paper.

See more of Mark’s work on his website.

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Posted by Natalie on 02/04/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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