Fierce competition among artists was bound to lead to increasing specialisation and today almost every subject matter you can thinks of has its illustrative practitioners, from architecture to archaeology, medicine to science, botany to mechanics.
Most of them are graphic designers per se but they can all turn their hand to illustration when called upon and often have a distinctive style with which they are associated. The ideal is a combination of expertise in a particular field, an easily recognisable personal approach and an ability to translate a client’s commercial needs into attention-grabbing graphics with idiosyncratic illustrations. Achieving this blessed state takes many years of hard work and at least twice as many failures as successes, but the rewards are well worth it.
Alfred Basha | Anthony Neil Dart | Antía Carbajo | blindSalida | Brian Rea | Daniel Aristizábal/Lazy Eyes | Daniel Savage | David Doran | The Drasik Studio | Elkanodata | Facultative Works | Guillaume Cornet | Icinori | James Gilleard Illustration/Animation | John Fellows | John Holcroft | Jon Juarez / Harriorrihar | Jose Mendez | Josh McKenna | Kadavre Exquis | Katarzyna Surman — Pusz | Kayankwok | Ksusha Iwazcool | Lucy Sherston | Marcus Walters | Mario Felipe / IAOEU | Mike Makatron (Everfresh Studio) | Mateusz Szulik | Mickael “Patiño” Brana | Mike Karolos / Smirap Designs | Nate Williams Creative | Nico189 | Ori Toor | Patryk Hardziej | Paul Woods | Peter Becker (Gotcha!) | Peter Greenwood | Sekonik / Dean Robert Smith | Sky Welkin / Derek Simon | Soyun Park | Suba Creative Studio | T.P. Vineeth | Thomas Weirich | WhatWeDo Copenhagen | Yu-Hsuan Wang
160p + 8p cover
160mm (w) x 230mm (h)
4 varying paper stocks
4C process + matt lamination
ISSN (English Edition): 1029 4805
ISSN (Chinese Edition): 1029 4813