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Grace Easton was born and raised in London. Having studied at Central Saint Martins, Brighton University and Minneapolis College of Art and Design she is now a freelance illustrator. Her work has been recognised internationally by the Society of Illustrators New York, Society of Illustration West and the Young Creative Network. Follow Grace Easton on Instagram and Twitter here and view her website here.
Sol Linero was born in San Miguel del Monte, a colorful town about 50 miles from Buenos Aires. There she spent many summers drawing until moving to Buenos Aires to study Graphic Design, embarking on a career in the motion graphics world and later to illustration.
Clair Rossiter graduated in 2014 from Falmouth University, and has been working as a freelance illustrator ever since. She especially loves illustrating for children, hand rendered typography and food illustration.
Gary Venn is a freelance illustrator based in New Zealand. He has produced illustrations for children's books and magazines around the world, including many illustrated maps of various far flung places. His style is based on texture, shape and colour.
Jenny Wren a freelance Illustrator, working from Lichfield in Staffordshire. She works mainly on Children's book projects, but also creates illustrations for greeting cards and stationary.
Ryan Wheatcroft studied illustration at the University of Lincoln, England and has worked as an illustrator for the last couple of years since graduating. He lives on the outskirts of the very hilly city of Sheffield, England.
Sophie Beer is an award-winning illustrator living in Brisbane. She loves creating bright, fun designs with generous helpings of narrative. Revelling in colour, shape and texture, she lives by one rule: art should never be boring.
Jen Taylor is an illustrator, animator, and a recent graduate of University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a BFA in illustration and animation. She lives in New Jersey.
Jocelyn Kao is a freelance illustrator from Taiwan. She works on fashion illustration, children’s illustration, print and pattern design, fashion design and concept art. Her inspiration comes from everywhere, especially art museums and antique stores.
Becca Stadtlander is a freelance illustrator and fine artist, inspired by the beauty of everyday objects, the comforts of home, and the lush colors and landscapes of faroff places. She attended the Maryland Institute College of Art (BFA 2010) and currently lives and works in her hometown of Covington, Kentucky. Her work is featured on stationery, home decor products, editorial publications, young adult, and children's book. Follow Becca on Instagram here, view her website here, and follow her on Twitter here.
Ten different illustrators explore the culture and customs of some of the world’s greatest cities in this stylish information book. Each city is portrayed across double pages, which in turn open out, enabling the reader to discover a wealth of detail about the different cities. As well as facts and figures, often awe-inspiring, there’s quirkier information, all illustrated: for example there’s a panel on Tokyo’s vending machines, some of which dispense very unusual things, as well as on the Sens?-ji Temple; the pages on Rome tell us about the city’s artichoke festival as well as about the Vatican and the Colosseum. Each illustrator has a distinctive style well-suited to the city they portray and the book gives a real sense of the bustling character of each featured city. ~ Andrea Reece
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