Kate Wilson

I absolute love the quirky work of illustrator Kate Wilson. Her ‘Little Doodles’ range from humorous depictions of birds to more fashion orientated works. They all hold the same whimsical and delicate style which makes her work in my opinion, rather unique.

She has worked for such as Marc Jacobs, The New York Times, Vogue China, The Guardian and Links of London.

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Robert Maple

Recent graduate Robert Maple completed a degree in illustration from the Arts Institute at Bournemouth. Having worked for a year as an apparel graphics designer for Animal clothing, he’s now pursuing a freelance career as an illustrator. He also works collaboratively under the umbrella title Crabwolf along side four other illustrators.

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Mark Rowney

Born in Northern England, Mark Rowney was educated at St Martins School of Art in London. He went on to to work with several of his favourite publishers, producing artwork for Penguin Books, The Radio Times and various other BBC publications.

Rowney went on to live in New York where he continued to build on his commercial experience through projects with the New York Times and Time Magazine.

Now having moved back to the UK, Rowney now resides in the North East, where he pursues his love for nature in contemporary art. Mainly painting in acrylics, Rowney also creates unique carved leather frames for many of his pictures. You can view more or Mark Rowney’s work on his website and Behance profile.

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