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  • Christian ALZMANN

    Chrisitan Alzmann
    Illustrator and concept artist. He teaches at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
  • Even Mehl AMUNDSEN

    Even Mehl Admunsen
    Even Mehl Amundsen is a freelance concept artist from Norway who has worked for studios like Volta, Blizzard, Riot, Wizards of the Coast and many more. Besides that he has been working on his own world shown in TEGN. He travels a lot, teaching what he has learned in workshops and giving advice to newcomers.
  • Alain AYROLES
  • Robert BALL
    Robert Ball Robert Ball is a british comic artist, Illustrator and designer. He has worked for: HBO, Disney, ESPN, Sony, Wired and Conde Nast.
  • François Bertin
  • Paul BONNER

    Paul Bonner is an english freelanc Illustrator, now living in Copenhagen, Denmark. Over the last 30 years he has worked for some of the biggest names in fantasy gaming: Games Workshop, Mutant Chronicles, Fasa, Riotminds, Rackham and Wizards of the Coast.
  • Laurent Bourlaud
  • Lorelay BOVE
    Lorelay_Bove.jpg Lorelay Bové was born in Spain and raised in the Principality of Andorra between France and Spain. She moved with her family to Los Angeles when she was 14 years old and is fulfilling a childhood dream of being an artist at the Walt Disney Animation Studios. Bové graduated from Cal Arts in 2007, completing an internship at Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville. She has worked on animation movies such as Wreck it Ralph, The Princess and the Frog, and Big hero 6
  • Mark BROOKS
    Mark Brooks is an american comic book artist, mostly known for his worf for Marvel. Among which : Cable & Deadpool, Ultimate X-men, The Amazing Spiderman and Avenger: The Initiative.
  • Reynold BROWN


    "William Reynold Brown (1917-1991) was a prolific American artist whose career embraced virtually every facet of the illustration field." (illustrated press)

    Reynold Brown (1917 – 1991) was an American realist artist who painted many Hollywood film posters. He was also briefly active as a comics artist.

    He attended Alhambra High School where he met cartoonist Hal Forrest around. Forrest hired Brown to ink (uncredited) Forrest's comic strip Tailspin Tommy.

    Following the war Brown drew numerous advertisements and illustrations for magazines such as Argosy, Popular Science, and Saturday Evening Post.

    Brown taught at the Art Center College of Design where he met Misha Kallis, then an art director at Universal Pictures. Through Kallis, Brown began his film poster work, then did the artwork for dozens of film posters, including: Ben Hur, Spartacus, War of the Zombies and many others.

  • J. Scott CAMPBELL

    Famous American illustrator, J. Scott Campbell is known in the comics world. He is the co-creator of the Danger Girl series. He also contributed to StormWatch and Gen13. His covers are just incredible (see the covers of The Amazing Spider-Man). 

  • Eric CANETE


    The majority of work Eric has done has been for the animation industry. Working on such titles as Aeon Flux, Teen Titans Go and Justice League. Erics currently working on Beware the Batman for Warner Bros.
  • Thierry Capezzone
  • Mingjue Helen CHEN

    Mingjue Helen Chen is an Art Director and Illustrator currently based in Los Angeles. Notable film projects include Frankenweenie, Paperman, Wreck-it Ralph, and Big Hero 6. She has also contributed to several comic book titles including DC’s Gotham Academy, Batgirl, and Marvel’s Sinister Silk.



    Dean Cornwell, known as the "Deen of Illustrators", is one of America greatest artist of the beginning of the 20th century.
  • Dave COVERLY
    Dave Coverly is from Michigan. Very popular on the Internet, his drawings are widely distributed. But until now, his work had never been translated into French! These drawings are daily published in more than 400 newspapers including the Washington Post, the Globe & Mail, the Chicago Tribune and the New Yorker. In 2009, he received the Reuben Award for Best Comic Drawing.
    If you want to know more about Dave Coverly, feel free to visit his website:

    Cromwell is a troublemaker. Son of a Foreign Legion officer, he was forbidden to read comics. He succeeded in not following his father steps and went to the prestigious Gobelins School. There, he discovers animation and makes knew friends including Riff Reb's with whom he will found the Atelier Azylum. His subversive style brought him to the top of the French comic artists and illustrator.
  • Samir Dahmani
  • Jean-Yves DELITTE
  • Julien DELVAL
    Julien Delval was born in 1972. After studying fine art, he began as an illustrator for role-playing company Multisim. Connections he made at the firm led to the realization of numerous bookcovers for different publishing houses. Today, after stint in comics, he continues to work in the gaming sector, mainly with Days of Wonder, and spends time on personal work, which is supported by the Daniel Maghen Gallery. He produces scenes from ancient worlds, mythology and fantasy inspired by classical painting and imagery of the 20th century.
  • Marie Deschamps
  • Sylvain Despretz

    Sylvain Despretz is an independant film director-scriptwriter who has worked for a long time in the United-States and in Europe on the fields of story-board and illustration. Hi formative years has been supervised by the Late lamented Jean “Moebius” Giraud, the worldwide famous artist. Established in Hollywood, he has created story-boards for the filmmaker David Fincher on Madonna’s video clip ‘Like a Prayer’ and has worked with the pop star Michael Jackson on the concepts of his videos before the release of his album Dangerous. At the end of the 90’s, Sylvain has been engaged by the famous filmmaker Ridley Scott and during a decade, he has contributed to develop many projects of full-length feature films and advertisements. Since two decades, his name appears on the credits of a lot of famous movies such as Planet of the Apes, Harry Potter, The Fountain or Alien Resurrection. He lives in Los Angeles, London and Paris.

  • Isabelle Dethan
  • Jesper EJSING

    Jesper Ejsing
    Jesper Ejsing is a freelance Danish artist. He lives in Copenhaguen, and has work, among other, for companies such as Wizards of the Coast (Dungeons and Dragons, Magic: The Gathering), Fantasy Flight Games, etc...
  • Luis ESTEVES


    Luis Esteves is a concept artist hailing from Manila, Philippines. Since a young age, he held a powerful fascination for creatures, miniatures and video games.
  • Fawzi
  • Nathalie Ferlut
  • Enrique FERNÁNDEZ


    Enrique Fernandez is a spanish comics author and illustrator.


  • Jérémie FLEURY
    Jérémie Fleury

    Jérémie Fleury is a versatile illustrator, who graduated the  illustration school Emile Cohl from Lyon. Graduated in 2010, he starts to carry out his gift as a concept artist and as a 3D graphic designer for video game studios like Ubisoft. He has drawn his first children's book in 2012 by adapting Bram Stoker's  "Dracula". Since, Jérémie works full-time as an illustrator for children's book and board games for several publishing houses or game studios like Flammarion, Nathan, Bayard, Auzou, Days of Wonder, Bombyx, Ravensburger…

  • Nathan FOWKES

    Concept artist for animation and entertainment projects. Teacher of drawing, painting, color and design. Notable clients include DreamWorks, Blue Sky and Disney.

  • Massimiliano FREZZATO

    Massimiliano Frezzato was born in Torino in 1967. He began to draw at an early age and had his first work published when he was 17. He worked for the advertisement industry for some years but came back to its first love, comics, in 1995 when he began to work on the "Gardiens du Maser", a saga that would keep him busy for more than 10 years!
  • Laurent GAPAILLARD

    Born in 1980, Laurent Gapaillard is a former student of Penninghen, School of art direction and interior architecture and also of the Ecole du Louvre. Illustrator and visual designer, he worked on many feature films, animated television series and video games. He's represented by the gallery Daniel Maghen.

  • Janos GARDOS

    Senior Concept Artist for Pixoloid Studios. Started his career at Digital Reality as a concept artist working on the game classic Imperium Galactica amongst many other pitch and development projects of the company. After that he moved towards the fast growing mobile market and joined Pixel Perfect Games as a senior concept artist and illustrator. Beside his studio works he also created illustrations for various rpg titles as a freelance artist. He joined Pixoloid in 2018 and is responsible for key environment and set designs for films and detailed key illustrations for game projects.
  • Armel GAULME


    Born in 1981, Armel Gaulme graduated from Penninghen/Académie Julian (Paris), where he is now teaching classic drawing and perspective. Alan Lee, John Howe and European illustrators from the 1900 were is source of inspiration. As a professional, he realised different books for children with the Adam Biro/ Le baron Perché, then with other publishing houses (Casterman, Bayard...) before he got interested in video games / animation / advertisement media. He makes many preproduction rawing and matte paintings. He is also working in different artschools and in his own studio. In 2014, he left the digital technique to draw and paint watercolors to illustrate the Rudyard Kipling's short story "The Man Who Would Be King". His next project: an anthology of several short stories written by H.P. Lovecraft.
  • Gaspar GOMBOS
    Gaspar Gombos

    Co-founder and Art Director of Pixoloid Studios. He is creating concepts, storyboards and illustrations for various clients for 12+ years. Beside his broad experience in the advertising industry as an art director at leading international agencies, he is teaching visual communication at a Budapest based design university. He is responsible for creating key art, environment / set /prop designs in case of film and animation productions and leading the design process of advertising projects. His previous clients includes Leo Burnett, McCann Erickson, Saatchi&Saatchi, Brownbag Films, Vodafone, Team Red, Pioneer Productions. .
  • Didier GRAFFET

    Born in 1970, Didier Graffet is graduated from École Émile Cohl in Lyon. He started out as an independent illustrator in the world of role playing before producing covers of fantasy works. In 2001, he illustrated Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea novel, published by the Editions Gründ, and was awarded by the Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire and a Jules Verne Award. He joined the Jules Verne studio for which he created several festival posters and took over the artistic direction of the documentary film Passage to Mars.

    Many exhibitions of his works were putting on in museums and galleries.

  • Juanjo GUARNIDO
  • Peter HAN


    Peter HAN is an instructor for the Artcenter College of Design, Concept Design Academy and the online school CGMA.<

    Patrick Hanenberger is a designer and concept artist. Born in Australia, raised in Germany, he now lives in the United States.



    Eric Hérenguel is a self-taught French illustrator. He began his career by drawing short stories of J-P Croquet in the "Tintin" magazine. He worked for all major French publishing houses such as Glénat, Vents d'Ouest, Delcourt and Soleil. His latest works are Kiliwatch and Kong Crew published by Caurette Editions.
  • Akihito IKEDA

    Akihito is a Japanese artist specialized on make-up and FX. You can check out his work in his book Heart of Art.

  • Woo Jin HOOK


    WooJin Oh was born on Jeju Island, South Korea, in 1971 and is an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Visual Design in Seoul’s Kookmin University.

    When he is not teaching, he works in the game development industry (Naver Line, NSsoft, XLgames, Wemade Entertainment and Netease to name a few) as Art Director, Producer and Chief Development Officer. He has also worked as a creature concept artist for the movie “The Host” (2006, directed by Joon-Ho Park) and has participated in various contemporary art exhibitions in Asia, including the Gwangju Biennale (2017). His talent and vision have been recognized internationally, several times being the recipient of the Excellence Award and one Grand Award in the Asia Digital Art Competition.

  • Anthony JONES

    Anthony Jones is the owner and creator of, an educational platform for those wanting to break into the industry of becoming a concept artist.

  • Jeffrey JONES


    Jeffrey Catherine Jones (a transgender woman born in 1944 and deceased in 2011) is an American artist. Her style and the way she used colors is often compared to Franck Frazetta's. She is famous for her sci-fi and fantasy novels and comics's covers.
  • Josepe

    Josepe is a french comic artist, also founder of the Belloloco Editions

    Loic Jouannigot

    Born in Brittany in 1953 and graduated by the School of Arts, Loïc Jouannigot begins his career as freelance artist in Rennes (France), making in particular posters and working for children magazines. From 1987, he became known more widely as an illustrator of children's literature, with the beginning of a long series of publications on "La famille Passiflore" ("the Passiflore family") with the text of Geneviève Huriet.

  • Viktor KALVACHEV

    Kalvachev was born in Bulgaria in 1972 and moved to the US in his 20s to begin a career in the entertainment industry. He has worked for movies such as Spiderman or The Incredibles. His career has allowed him to work everywhere in the world, including on the sets of Disney, Pixar, or Steven Spielberg.

  • Terada KATSUYA


    Terada Katsuya is a japanese mangaka, illustrator, and character designer. He can do anything ! He is famous for his work on Blood: The Last Vampire, Iron Man and Hellboy. He also worked on The Legend of Zelda and Tekken.

    He is a very prolific artist and has published several (dense !) sketchbooks.

    For more info, please check his Wikipedia Page.

  • Claire Keane

    Claire Keane (born March 1, 1979) is an illustrator and visual development artist who contributed to the Disney films EnchantedTangledWreck-It Ralph and Frozen

  • Lisa KEENE

    For over 25 years, Lisa Keene’s work has appeared on the big screen around the world. Contributing as a visual development artist and background supervisor for such films as Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Enchanted, Princess and the Frog and Tangled.

  • Dong Ho KIM

    Kim DongHo

    KIM Dong Ho is a young Korean artist, part of the SuperAni team (a publishing house and a team founded by KIM Hyun Jin and KIM Jung Gi). His first sketchbook is really exciting !
  • Kim Jung Gi


    Between 2008 and 2010, he drew the 6 volumes of TLT, Tiger the Long Tail, which was written by Seung-Jin PARK. This story first existed as a ‘webtoon’ – an online comic, which explains the unusual composition of the pages. TLT was later published in printed form by CNC Revolution. KIM Jung Gi also illustrated 2 novels written by the french author Bernard WERBER : “Paradise” (in 2010) and “Third Humanity” (2013).

    KJG published 5 sketchbooks, who came out in 2007, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016 respectively. These, gathered all together, contain nearly 3500 pages full of drawings. In 2017, he also published a sketchbook with the Japanese artist Katsuya Terada. He also worked on Spygames, a comic written by famous French writer Jean-David MORVAN (published in 2014 by les Editions Glénat). Another comic he drew was McCurryn NYC, 9/11 , published in 2016 by les Editions Dupuis for the French version, and by Caurette Editions for the English version. The story, also written by JD MORVAN, is about the world famous photographer Steve McCURRY – remember his National Geographic picture with the Afghan Girl ? – as he witnessed the events of 9/11.
    He has also worked with several video game companies and collaborated on various comics in the USA (Flash, Civil War II …) or Europe (Kiliwatch, Caurette Editions) as cover artist.

    KJG has displayed his work in many countries, galleries (Maghen in Paris, Scott Eder in New York, Murakami Takashi’s ‘GEISEI x infinity in Japan…) and museums (Penang, Malaysia). He is in the Guinness World Records, in the Illustration category under “Longest drawing by an individual”. A record he broke doing Fisheye art!

    Nowadays, when he isn’t managing AniChanga, which is his drawing school in Seoul, or working for Korean advertising companies, he travels around the world to meet his fans and find inspiration!

  • Jisu KIM


    Ji Su Kim, also known as Miss Jisu, was born in South Korea’s Gyeongsangbuk-do Province.
    She has majored in Comic Art and is currently working as an illustrator portraying women’s beauty.

     JiSu Kim is known among her fellow artists for her precise and detailed artwork; her knowledge of the human anatomy combines elegance and style to offer us wonderful expressions and interpretations of the female shapes.



    Born and raised in Nottingham, Karl Kopinski has been working in the illustration industry since 1997. Largely self taught, using both traditional and digital media, he has worked with a great variety of clients including Peter Jackson, Sir Paul Smith, Hasbro, Ubisoft, Aboud Creative, Sixmorevodka, Wizards of the Coast and Games Workshop to name but a few.

    Keen portraitist, he has undertaken commisssions for numerous clients, including a portrait of Sir Paul Smith which was featured in his recent book "Hello my name is Paul Smith".

  • Reka KOVACS

    Reka Kovacs
    Production Assistant for Pixoloid Studios. As a community addict, she started volunteering at various international creative and design festivals. She worked as community assistant for the Oatley Academy and a social media assistant for Kevin Francis. She is responsible for the studio’s social media platforms, keeping in touch with the creative community and building online campaigns. She helps creating promotional materials and keeps the studios ongoing projects run smoothly.
  • Raphaël Lacoste
    Raphaël Lacoste

    Raphaël Lacoste a french art director and illustrator, born in Paris, in 1974. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux and attended the school of the Cité Internationale de la Bande Dessinée et de l'Image, in Angoulême, to learn 3D animation. 3D. Following his studies in animation, Raphaël Lacoste joined the video game company  Kalisto, as an environment artist. A few years later, he take the opportunity to become an art director at Ubisoft Montréal for the game Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. He won a Visual Effects Society Award in 2006,for his work on cut-scenes from the game Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones. As he wanted to discover the film industry, Raphaël joined the RodeoFX company in Montréal to work as a matte painter and senior concept artist on feature films such as Terminator: Salvation, Journey to the Center of the Earth, and Jupiter Ascending. Today, we can even see his name written in the Ubisoft Company, as Franchise Art Director of Assasin's Creed

  • Pierre LAMBERT

    Pierre Lambert teaches history and techniques of animation at the Ecole Georges Méliès at Orly..
  • Hubert de LARTIGUE

    Hubert de Lartigue is a french illustrator and hyperrealist painter.
  • Khang LE

    Khang Le is an Emmy Award winning Art Director based in Los Angeles. He specializes visual development as well as all design aspects of animation such as backgrounds, characters, props, and effects.
  • Brittney LEE

    Brittney Lee is a visual development artist at Walt Disney Animation Studios. She has worked on Frozen and Wreck It Ralph, and is also known for her paper sculpture illustrations.

  • Malcom T. LIEPKE


    Malcom T. Liepke (born in 1953) is an American artist known for his emphasis on figurative artworks. His paintings and drawings have been on the covers ot TimeNewsweek and Forbes and they are now in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution and the Brooklyn Museum. Liepke studied artists such as John Singer Sargent, Edgar Degas, Toulouse-Lautrex, Velazquez and Edouard Vuillard. 
  • Eliott LILLY

    Eliott J. Lilly is a highly sought after concept artist with almost a decade of experience in the video game industry. He lives in Dallas, Texas.

  • Julie M.

    Julie M.

    Julie M. is a French artist and co-founder of the  Belloloco publishing house. Her main work is the series, which is both funny and captivating.
  • Stuart MACEY

    Author of H-Point, Stuart Macey is a Transportation Design professor at the Art Center in Pasadena, California.

  • P. MADSEN and H. KURE

    Peter Madsen
    Peter Madsen is an award-winning Danish cartoonist, illustrator, and author. He worked with Henning Kure, who wrote the scenario, on the comic book series Valhalla.
  • Vincent MALLIÉ

    Even Mehl Admunsen
    Vincent Mallié is a French comic artist known for Hong Kong Triad, L’Arche, Les Aquanautes, Avant la Quête et Le Grand Mort (the 8th volumewas published in 2019).
  • Jeremy MANN

    Living in the San Francisco area, Jeremy Mann (born 1979) paints the urban landscapes of his everyday life as well as the people and objects around him. Whether through oil painting, drawing or photography, a mysterious atmosphere emerges from his work, exhibited and awarded on countless occasions.

  • Andrew MAR

    Andrew MAR is an american illustrator and concept artist from Dallas who created a lot of fantasy illustrations. You can follow his work on his own website or on his Instagram.

  • Guillem MARCH
    Guillem March is a spanish comics illustrator. He has worked for Paquet, Dupuis and DC Comics.
  • Dmitry Markov


    Dmitry Markov, photographer, social worker, journalist. Worked as a volunteer in a boarding school for mentally retarded children, as well as a tutor in the children's village Fedkovo. The owner of the Grand Prix "Silver Camera" and PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards, as well as Getty Images Instagram Grant.

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  • James MARTIN
  • Oscar MARTIN
    Oscar Martin is a Spanish comic artist. He is famous for having drawn and written Tom and Jerry for about 20 years.
  • Stephan Martiniere

    Stephan Martiniere (born May 3, 1962) is a French science fiction and fantasy artist as well as cartoonist, concept illustrator and art director.

  • Dominik L. Marzec


    Dominik L. Marzec has written Our friend Satan.
    Marteu-Mestre "Spanish born Marcos Mateu Mestre is a visual concept, traditional animation layout, and graphic novel artist whose film credits include titles such as ‘Balto’, ‘The Prince of Egypt’, ‘Asterix and the Vikings’ amongst others. With an extensive experience of twenty years in feature animation, working mainly for Dreamworks and Sony Pictures, he has also been teaching drawing, illustration and visual storytelling techniques for twelve years." - designstudio press
  • David METZGER

    Senior Concept Artist for Pixoloid Studios. After working mainly in the games industry as a freelance designer and as an in-house artist at Pocket Scientists on mobile titles, he joined the studio as the first hired artist in early 2016. Since then he has grown a lot as an artist and also introduced alternative processes into the studio’s workflow. He is responsible for handling game illustrations and focusing on vehicle, prop and character and costume designs on film projects.

    Meseldzija "Petar Meseldzija is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest artists in the field of contemporary fantastic art. His style resembles artists like Rembrandt, Frank Frazetta & Alan Lee. He has come a long and interesting way from drawing comic books like Tarzan to the fully dedicated painter he is today."
  • Félix MEYNET


    French illustrator, Félix Meynet has published over twenty books.
  • Mézières et Christin

    Jean-Claude Mézières is a French artist who paired with his long time friend Pierre Christin, scenarist, and create the great Valerian series, a reference in the French-Belgium comic culture.
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  • Mark MOLNAR
    Mark Molnar Mark Molnar is a concept artist and illustrator specialised on visual development and pre-production design for the entertainment industri. He already worked for LucasFilm, Weta Workshop, Universal, Games Workshop, Applibot, Fantasy Flight Games, Leo Burnett... To name a few !
  • Jean-Baptiste MONGE
    Monge French illustrator, author, painter since 1994, creating his own illustrating stories in books, Jean-Baptiste Monge, who lives now in Montréal Canada, is nowadays Character Designer and Visual Development Artist for CG animations and movies.
  • Nicolas NEMIRI
    Nicolas Nemiri is a French artist, born in 1975 in Mulhouse. After having studied at the Ecole Européenne Supérieure de l’Image (EESI), in Angoulême, he was introduced to the French public through comics published at Glénat (Je suis morte) and Delcourt (Hyper l’Hippo, Annie Zoo and Kuro Kuma), all written by Jean-David Morvan. Nowadays, he works in China, as a cinema concept artist.
  • Etienne Oburie
  • Hans OLO
    Hans Olo Hans Olo (no, that's not his real name, in truth it's Han Soo KIM, but it's less classy !) is an artist from korean origins , borned and raised in Los Angeles. He has been working with Kim Jung Gi and the SuperAni studio for a few years now and... he's a great artist !!
  • Ryan OTTLEY
    Ottley Ryan Ottley is an american comic illustrator, mostly knows for his work on Invicible - a Image's Comic superhero, written by Robert Kirkman.
  • Jae Cheol PARK
    Park Jae Cheol Park Jae Cheol, also known as PaperBlue, is a South korean concept artist. He has created environment concept paintings for popular movies and games, including Lineage, Sun, The Day, Aion, and Blade & Soul, among many others
  • Jae Kwang PARK
    Park Jae Kwang Park Jae Kwang is studying drawing with Kim Jung Gi, and he is also a virtuose!
  • Pyeong Jun PARK
    Park Pyeong Jun With a major in Visual Art, Pyeongjun Park has worked as a concept artist for major feature film companies and as a freelance illustrator. Using mainly digital tools, he has also worked as a cover artist for Marvel and teaches CG Illustration in Seoul.
  • Shane PIERCE
    Pierce Shane Pierce was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He's been a professional artist working for major entertainment companies for over 20 years. From Creator owned to Conceptual art to Illustration to Gallery work. His work has appeared in four Spectrum annuals. Clients include Harley-Davidson, Sony Entertainment, Electronic Arts, IDW, Titan, DC, Wildstorm, Epic Games.
  • Frédéric PILLOT

    Born in 1967, Frédéric Pillot is graduated by the School of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg (HEAR). He began his career with historic and comic books, before devoting himself to the illustration of children's literature.
  • Dan PIRARO
    Dan Piraro lives from Missouri. Published daily in many American newspapers, his drawings are also a great success on the Internet. He won repeatedly the Reuben Award Cartoonist Award, as well as a multitude of other prestigious awards. Come discover his wacky and offbeat universe!
    If you want to know more about Dan Piraro, here's his website:
  • Luis Quiles
    Quiles Luis Quiles is a Spanish artist who creates controversial illustrations about the ugly side of society.
  • François ROCA
    Roca Francois Roca has illustrated more than thirty picture books and has been published in France and the US. He lives and works in Paris and is a Goncourt laureat.

    Scott Robertson is an American designer, educator, author and publisher based in Los Angeles.

  • Sylvain RUNBERG
  • Jaouen SALAUN
  • Andrea Serio
    Serio Andrea Serio, oscillating illustrator, obsessive pastelist, cartoonist, pyromaniac, creator of wonderful record covers, Tarot card aficionado, billboard creator, painter, music, movie and literature buff from the very beginning (not necessarily in that order and preferably not separated), his attitude towards computers is hostiles, and he types on keyboards with one finger, like François Truffaut. His drawings have been featured in exhibitions like the Turin Book Fair, the Babel International Festival in Athens, Torino Comics, as well as the Lugocontemporaneo music and avant-garde contemporary artist festival. He has worked as a professor at the International School of Comic Books in Turin and Florence.
  • Faraz SHANYAR

    'Faraz Shanyar
    Faraz Shanyar is an Iranian concept artist who worked for companies such as MPC, Volta, Red Barrels, Remedy, and multiple iIanian companies and magazines. Currently he is freelancing and teaching in Tehran.
  • Natacha Sicaud
  • Aude Soleilhac

    Concept Artist veteran in the Video Game industry since 1996, Nicolas "SPARTH" Bouvier is the author of the Structura art book series, Art Director for Halo at Microsoft - 343 Industries in Seattle.


    Simon Stålenhag is an artist, musician, and designer specialising in futuristic digital paintings focused on stereotypical Swedish countryside environments. The settings of his artwork have formed the basis for a range of art booksand a tabletop game.

  • Zsolt ‘Mike’ SZABADOS
    Zsolt ‘Mike’ SZABADOS Concept Artist for Piwoloid Studios.

    He started his career as a 3d generalist creating detailed models and textures for online multiplayer games. His passion for creating illustrations and concepts quickly became his dayjob when he became a concept artist at Zu Digital Games. He joined the studio in 2018 and mainly works on detailed 2d/3d prop designs and also creates detailed mechanical and keyframe illustrations.

  • Orsolya VILLANYI

    Orsolya VILLANYI

    Graphic Designer / Creative Illustrator for Pixoloid Studios.

    She started in the studio as a design uni intern and was hired right after graduation as a Creative Assistant and Junior Artist. Beside her university studies - visual communication and graphic design - she completed a course of Autodesk Maya, ZBrush and Concept Design, what really made her a versatile designer.

  • Fabio VISINTIN
    Visintin Fabio Visintin is an italian illustrator.
  • Claire WENDLING
    Wendling How can we introduce the extremely talented Claire Wendling ? During her last year at the Beaux Arts, she wins a prize à the Angoulême comic festival. She also draws for some collective works published by Delcourt (Les Enfants du Nil and Entrechats). One year after that, the series Lights of the l'Amalou starts. The second volume receives a prize at the Angoulême international comic festival. Then, she flies to the US to work for the Warner Studios. Since then, she returned to France and keeps drawing amazingly. She regularly publishes sketchbook and attends conventions.
    Whitcomb Jon Whitcomb (1906-1988) was one of the greatest american illustrator of his time. Master of glamour, his work influenced an entire generation of illustrators.
  • Terryl WHITLATCH
    Whitlatch Terryl Whitlatch is one of the top professional Creature designer ! She is specialized in Animal Anatomy, Paleontological Reconstruction, and the creation of Imaginary Creatures for the Animation, Publishing, Institutional, Academic, and other Transmedia/Entertainment Industries. She has worked various zoo and museum, and her clients include Lucasfilm and -art, Walt Disney, Electronic Arts, Paramount Pictures, Sony, and many others.
  • Lorin WOOD

    Lorin was raised in an extraordinarily creative family who encouraged him to pursue the visual arts from his earliest years. His love of illustration and design was refined from copying his father's industrial design portfolio, and a healthy dose of the work of Syd Mead, Joe Johnston, Nilo Rodis-Jamero, and Ralph McQuarrie. This assured that his career would veer far from a normal path.

    OVER the course of twenty years, Lorin has amassed a wealth of experience in pre-production conceptual design and art direction, as well as work in visual effects, previsualization and visual development for animated features, game development, product design, and publication.

  • Mike YAMADA

    Mike Yamada is a multidisciplinary problem solver with 13 years of experience in film, animated movies, games, and themed spaces. He is Production Designer at Walt Disney Animation and the illustrator of eight children’s books. He has spoken or taught at some of the biggest colleges, design firms and animation studios, including Art Center College of Design, Continuum, Disney Interactive, and many more.

  • Victoria YING

    Victoria Ying is an author and artist living in Los Angeles.  She started her career in the arts by falling in love with comic books, this eventually turned into a career working in Animation. She loves Japanese Curry, putting things in her shopping cart online and taking them out again and hanging out with her dopey dog. Her film credits include Tangled, Wreck it Ralph, Frozen, Paperman, Big Hero 6, and Moana. Her current work focuses on storytelling with her debut picture book "Meow!" out in stores now and many other novel and graphic novel projects in development.

  • Felix YOON

    Felix Yoon is a Concept Artist and Illustrator who worked as a visual development artist at DreamWorks Animation. Yoon attended the Art Center College of Designwhere he received his BFA in illustration
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