With her fun and unique illustration style and colour Anjelcia has gained recognition of her talent from fashion icons such as Pat McGrath, Marc Jacobs, Moschino, Jeremy Scott, Anna Sui, Adam Selman, Marco de Vincenzo, and Ohne Titel.
Educated in the craftsmanship of animated movies at the legendary Gobelins Paris school, Bruno Mangyoku has pursued a career as both an illustrator and an animation director.
Fuelled by his passion of cinema, his illustrative process is also greatly influenced by American graphic novelists such as Daniel Clowes, Charles Burns, and Adrian Tomine.
He often employs a limited colour palette in his work, comprising of bright and strikingly contrasted shades, whilst his primary focus is the character design and silhouettes, staged around simple yet cinematic backgrounds.
Phosphor Art's Linda Clark recently enjoyed illustrating beautiful timepieces and swanky London scenes for watch brand Panerai’s How-To Guides, produced by Gentleman’s Journal.
Abbey Lossing is an illustrator and animator based in Brooklyn NY. She grew up in Granville, Ohio and relocated to NYC after attaining a degree in Illustration from Syracuse University. Having worked as a staff illustrator at BuzzFeed and then Vice News she took the leap into full-time freelance in 2017. Since then she has already worked with Facebook, Google, Target, The New York Times and The Washington Post
Mister Paul is usually known for his wide angle interiors and classic building illustrations but he has a nice selection of food and packaging based illustration. Mister Paul creates his work by drawing his subjects initially with black ink and a dry nib pen.