Dana Tanamachi is a Texas-bred, Brooklyn-based graphic designer and letterer who enjoys living a quiet life and working with her hands. After designing Broadway show posters at SpotCo and working under Louise Fili, Dana opened her own design & lettering boutique, Tanamachi Studio. She has been commissioned by clients such as Google, Yahoo!, Rugby Ralph Lauren, The Ace Hotel, Tommy Hilfiger, West Elm, and Bloomingdale’s. In 2011, she was named a Young Gun (YG9) by the Art Directors Club and a Young Creative to Watch by HOW Magazine. In 2012, Dana had the unique honor of creating custom cover art for O, HOW, and TIME Magazines.
Make sure you watch the FLOURISH video on the homepage, incredible
Laura Laine is a Helsinki based illustrator. After completing her studies in fashion design she has been working full-time as an illustrator. She is also teaching fashion illustration in various fashion schools.
Jensine Eckwall (JEN-sen) is an illustrator, printmaker, and letterer based out of New York City. Many of her works have been featured on Behance and is truly inspiring.
She is inspired by the spectrum of emotion, the darkness of childhood, and the beautiful brutality of nature.
Official Classic is a small and young design studio founded in November 2008 at Budapest / Hungary. They are creating and sell EPS Vector Sets, typefaces, posters, apparels. They also design websites and corporate identities.
Gemma Correll is an Illustrator from Norwich, UK. You might have seen her iconic t-shirt and posters around. Her love for pugs is infectious.
“BORN IN DENMARK 1978. I WRITE AND DIRECT TELEVISION SHOWS FOR KIDS. I HAVE A SET OF TWINS AND NOT MUCH TIME FOR ANYTHING. BUT WHEN I HAVE TIME I DRAW MONSTERDRAWINGS ON POST-IT NOTES… IT IS A LITTLE WINDOW INTO A DIFFERENT WORLD, MADE ON OFFICE SUPPLIES.”
Mcbess, born July 5, 1984, is a French illustrator living in London. His style is a mix of influences such as Fleischer Studios’ old cartoons he actualizes by using contemporary shapes, symbols, and types.
Jason Levesque, known better by the online moniker “Stuntkid”, is a self taught artist living in Norfolk, VA. His work borrows from his fascination with biology and the earth sciences. Stuntkid’s illustrations have been commissioned for use in magazines and periodicals worldwide, from playstation magazine to german latex fetish magazines.
This week’s artist review goes to Camellie. Cami is a freelance illustrator from Bristol, UK with loads of publications under her belt. I love the way she blends her illustrations into real-world images with textures so seamlessly you can’t help but think it’s real.