Yan Nascimbene

Yan Nascimbene spent his childhood in France and Italy. After working as a photographer in a Paris fashion studio, he studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and at the University of California at Davis.

In 1986, Nascimbene started working as an illustrator in France. After meeting and marrying his wife Joan Parazette, the couple went on to move back to California in 1991.

Nascimbene’s work has received critical acclaim as well as being exhibited and published worldwide. He is the recipient of a gold and two silver medals from the Society of Illustrators, New York and won the Bologna International Graphic Award three times. In 2011 the Venice Biennale, as part of Italy’s national unity anniversary, selected Yan Nascimbene’s work for the “Italy in the World” exhibition, at the Italia Pavilion.

Yan Nascimbene and his wife Joan Parazette, a painter and author, currently live in the South of France. Nascimbene is currently writing a series of short stories for adults.

You can view more of his work on his website and Behance profile page.








Marion Bolognesi

Marion Bolognesi currently lives in New York, splitting her time between her full time job as an accessories designer, and her passion for watercolour painting. Bolognesi is currently working on a new series of portraits of modified colors and moods. She has also recently started blogging which you can check out here.

In a recent interview with Page to Pixels, Bolognesi described her work and process.
“Since that time I’ve become almost hyper focused in faces and facial expressions. It’s the subject matter that I love & really interests me, I don’t know if I’ll ever get sick of it. I also have a very close relationship with watercolor as a medium. It’s very easy for me to lose myself in a painting. I definitely want to continue with these focuses and try to push myself to find new paths to explore expression, watercolor and portraiture.”

View Marion Bolognesi website for the full range of her work.





Amy Sol

Pop Serialism artist Amy Sol is known for painting stunning mystic narratives on treated wood, incorporating the grain into the pieces. Although now based in Las Vegas, Sol is from Korean ancestry which subtly influences her style. Though the style of her work is greatly influenced by a combination of manga, folk-art, vintage illustration and modern design, she remains a self taught artist. Sol has developed a unique colour palette with subtle muted tones which often include exotic landscapes include plants, impossible trees, mist & fog, clouds, flowers, and rolling hills.





Florian Nicolle

French freelance designer Florian Nicolle, creates illustrations with a fresh crisp depth, full of expression, by combining line work and paint strokes. She describes her work as ‘free and spontaneous’, created using various techniques including BIC pens, watercolour and chines inks, layered together to add depth and detail. Her clients include Los Angeles Times, ESPN classic and NIKE. To view more of her work, you can visit her website and Behance portfolio.









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