There has never been a better time for illustrators to work in the design industry. With brands seeking fresh and exciting ways to represent their ideas visually, illustrators are much in demand. If you are an emerging illustrator or artist, looking to pursue your passion as your career, you now have many options. But first, you need to present your portfolio in the best way possible and showcase your unique skills to potential employers.
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Jurgis Jonaitis is based in Vilnius, Lithuania. His portfolio showcases beautiful illustrations in black and white, with occasional use of color. Jurgis has a distinctive style and likes to draw portraits, buildings, dramatic and action scenes. Talking of major influences he mentions his father Giedrius Jonaitis, Nicolas Delort, Mateusz Urbanowicz, Kim Jung Gi. He also draws inspiration by looking at works of Old Masters like Giotto, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Delacroix and learning about dominant art movements.
Based in Orlando, Florida, Danielle Gransaull is an illustrator and comic artist specializing in cute pin-up drawings and sketches. In the last few years, she has participated in several trading card licenses including Marvel, DC, and Zenescope, as well as titles like Hack/Slash, Lady Death, Vampirella, Red Sonja, Warlord of Mars, Adventure Time to name a few. She also has worked on comics such as IDW's Womanthology, Moonstone's Zombies vs Cheerleaders, and Action Lab's Dollface. Her artwork is available as prints, stickers, and books on her eCommerce store.
Based in the United Kingdom, Gosia Mosz aka Mayo Nmg is a well-known Children’s illustration artist. She has been illustrating books for children all around the world. Her works are primarily figurative. Her whimsical illustrations feature an array of unique, colorful characters. We loved the series – Stranger in my home, which features artwork and illustrations, specially designed for children's rooms.
Yancke is a professional freelance Creative Designer and Illustrator, based in South Africa. He has studied graphic design, writing and editing, film studies and fine arts. Driven by a passion for design and technology, he works in a wide range of mediums. He sources inspiration from the illustrative techniques of William Morris and Alphonse Mucha, and wants to explore the fascinating world of digital art.
Enzouke is a freelance artist who resides in Los Angeles, California with a strong aspiration to work in the comic industry. Over the years, Enzouke has worked on several commissioned works and publications and is currently working on part-time freelance projects as an Illustrator, comic artist and animator. Enzouke regularly attends conventions and contemporary art fairs to create reputation and build a position for the repertoire of work.
Zirta aka Beatriz Torres is a Mexican comic author and illustrator with a focus on telling autobiographical stories. She holds Bachelors in Graphic Design from the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas and a Masters in Illustrated Storytelling and Animation from the University of Vigo (Spain). She won Scholarship for Abroad Studies FONCA-CONACYT and is a two-time winner of the Young Creators Program (National and State) for her soon to be launched graphic novels Bechus and How I met Sam.
Alexandra is based in St. Petersburg, Florida. She is an artist and dabbles in various art forms - printmaking, drawing, painting, digital work, zines, embroidery, and comics. Everyday themes, emotion, and fruit or botanicals, among other things, inspire her. Her two cats make an appearance in her work too. She exhibits her work at art markets under the name "Print Poppy."
Growing up, Dianne enjoyed creating art during her family outings and found inspiration in the desert, mountains, beaches and the San Fernando Mission where she fell in love with the religious iconography and the mixture of colors and patterns on the walls.
Talking about her career as an advertising and editorial illustrator in the 1990’s, Dianne says, “ I began using a language of symbols to find and express my own story, obsessions, passions, and questions. Moving from Los Angeles to Ventura during the el Nino years of torrential rains and flooding confirmed and ignited my junk collecting passion and I began making art with the detritus that I found washed up on the beach. I now live in the Mojave desert near Joshua Tree where I continue to dig deep into my story, psyche, thrift shops, garage sales and rusty desert junk piles for inspiration. The desert lends its magic. Road signs and birds guide my way.”
Roxane Fiore is a visual artist, working primarily in drawing. She draws inspiration from the technique of collage, which allows her to transpose her view of the world into images. Post her BFA from Concordia University, she has participated in artist residencies and exhibited her works around the world. Recipient of the Lise-Hélène Larin Scholarship in Drawing, Roxane lives and works in Montreal, Canada.
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