Radiomode, aka Budi Satria Kwan is an inspirational artist from Indonesia that has a cool sense of humor, unique concepts and usually an important message. His ability to convey messages and ideas visually puts him head and shoulders above many other designers out there. He has what he claim as “mind tickling graphics about imagination, irony and jokes.”
Chris Piascik is an award-winning independent illustrator based in New England with list of clienss such as Sims, The Discovery Channel, Chop Shop, Nike / American Greetings / Harvard Business School Publishing. He is currently working as a freelance designer and illustrator, and just presented his 6th solo exhibition.
Four years ago he has found a way to make the daily routine into something creative and affirming: He makes a drawing every day and decided to create and publish a new drawing every weekday (Monday to Friday), reaching 1000 drawings on the 21st of December 2011. There are the messages he chooses to illustrate, and that he often shares the origin of the idea.
Meet Catherine Mc Daid, seamstress that love animals and quirky things, and Jason Ruddy, a writer and illustrator from Buckinghamshire that love to draw weird and wonderful things, and like to write stories for children.
Together they collaborate under the name of Monster Riot to make some delightful illustrations and handmade creature in order to conquer the world. One of their uber-cool T-shirt featuring , cinema-goers, happy-tralala Monster in his 3D spectacles. Gotta bite this cute creature first before they bites you!
Anna-Maria Jung is an Austrian cartoonist, nerd (oh yeah!) and illustrator, born in 1984, and most of her art and tee shirt design are mostly inspired by movies, cartoons, comics, ninja(!) and other narrative media — such as Squinjas!, A Day in the Life and, Pop Culture Clash. She earn most of its from Threadless community while setting up her RedBubble tee store as well.
At the age of 18 she published her first graphic novel “Urbanity” in Austria and since then she has produced various comics and illustrations for comic anthologies in Germany and Austria, published two of her own comics and worked on four animated shorts, one of them in Scotland and one in New York City in cooperation with independent animator Bill Plympton.