Clifford Harper is an illustrator famous for his work in support of workers struggles, human rights, and the trade union movement.
Constance Laisne’s work focuses on collaborative practice in Art & Design. She is a visiting lecturer at Manchester and Winchester Schools of Art.
Tabitha Panter is an illustrator working primarily in colour pencils. She gets inspired by vintage picture books and is always up for a good commission.
Vivien Martineau is a Bristol-based illustrator. Her work frequently concentrates on plants, biology and the many issues surrounding the natural environment.
Mish Scott is an illustrator based in South West England. His primary focus is print and artists books. He graduated from UWE in 2014 with first class honours.
Laurence Ware is an illustrator, graphic designer and co-op enthusiast currently working as art director for The Bristol Cable, a citizen journalism project.
Bethan Mure is a freelance illustrator, comic maker and worker within a café co-operative based in Bristol where she lives.
Alex Bertram-Powell is an illustrator utilising deft pencil work and bold digital colouring to render distinctive character-focused images.
Hugh Dunford Wood is an artist designer classically trained at the Ruskin School of Fine Art. His work includes painting, engraving, linocuts and hand printing.
Sophie Mason is an artist and community gardener in London. Her work tries to foster connections of care between the self, the natural world and each other.
Matt C Stokes is a crayon-wielding, three-legged-cat-owning, marathon-running, chocolate-eating, sci-fi-reading, Brighton-based designer & illustrator.
Frank Estrada was raised in Memphis till the age of 17. He holds a BFA from the University of Mississippi with an emphasis in Printmaking and a BA in Sociology.
Pete Osmond studied fine art printmaking a long time ago. After many years arsing around in punk rock bands he now finds himself running a farm in Dorset.
Summer McClinton lives in Harlem and is usually either painting skateboards, drawing comic books, developing toys, sleeping or playing with her baby Oscar.
Stanley Donwood veers from propagandist graphics to introspective illustrations, combining deep personal and political emotions with modesty and humour.
Graeme McGregor is a part-time illustrator and full-time human rights campaigner. He works as Refugee Campaigner for Amnesty International Australia.
Daksheeta Pattni is a London-based illustrator with an eye for detail, working in pen and ink. Her work involves detailed and intricate line and dot work.
Clare Corfield Carr has developed a decorative line work and graphical style. She has also been awarded Highly Commended in the Winston Churchill Competition.
Germán Gullón is a freelance designer and illustrator based in Madrid. His interests include divergent thinking, cartography and the fringes of capitalism.
John G Balenciaga likes to draw. Sometimes he’s a colour junkie — and a colour dealer too! — he’s long realised that he’s happier being a poor illustrator.
Luke Carter is a Bristolian illustrator and printmaker, working primarily in linocut to address political, historical and social themes.
Sam Parr is an artist and illustrator living in Yorkshire. She has also been published in Amelia’s Magazine.
Ben Parsons is inspired by creating a powerful emotion through portraiture. The carving, subtleties and discipline of hand burnishing each work appeal to him.
Matthew Carey Simos is an illustrator/printmaker based in Edinburgh. He is a proud member of Edinburgh Printmakers and a merchant of Scottish Confectionery.
Sarah-Jayne Morris lives and works in the fine city of Norwich. Her life is a bit like the Bourne Identity but with more hot beverages.