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Vicky To

“Vicky To is a Toronto-based Illustrator & Fabricator. Her illustration work consists of science fiction related themes with the use of bright vibrant colours. She often likes to combine her illustrative work with her plastic fabrication skills, most of her work is screen printed onto sheets of plexiglass then assembled to create a finished gallery-ready art piece. Neon pink is always Vicky's favourite colour of choice to add into all of her work.”

Theme: Monocle

Melissa Guachun

“Melissa Guachun is a New York City based illustrator. She shortly attended School of Visual Arts before attending Hunter College. Most of her works are inspired by personal events and music. She specializes in pen and ink, as well as digital media. ”

Theme: Amazon

Color for breakfast

“Self taught artist. Painting the things that put a smile on my face every morning. I make customized pet art through photography, digital illustration and acrylic paint. Food and abstract nature are also part of my creative process. I make patterns and abstract pieces with markers, oil pastel and acrylic paint.”

Theme: Order

Rose Liu

“Rose is an award-winning illustrator based in Toronto, Canada, where she creates soft, whimsical, imaginative, storytelling illustrations. While mainly focusing on picture book and children's illustration, she also likes to make quiet, mysterious images to express subtler feelings and thoughts.”

Theme: Amazon

Yuval Robichek

“Yuval Robichek, a Tel Aviv based artist, creates illustrations for magazines, books, murals, fashion and TV projects. He studied “Humor in Arts” at the School of Visual Arts, New York. His work has been exhibited in Tel Aviv and Brussels, and has been published in publications such as Forbes, VICE and Time Out amongst others.”

Theme: Order

Caitlin Duennebier

“Working in painting, drawing, sculpture, and animation, Duennebier creates surreal narratives that focus on a cast of oddball characters. Drawn in a crude and illustrative manner, her scenes commingle threat and sly humor. Duennebier's imagery is populated by bemused men, fierce-looking women, and strange half-breed creatures that maintain an air of playfulness and innocence while addressing feminism, death and storytelling. ”

Theme: Amazon

Naiting Huang

“Naiting Huang is an illustrator and graphic designer from Taiwan, based in London. Her works are mostly inspired by dreams, movies, music, and life experience. The methods of production, materials, and details are all included in the design. Naiting is in love with nostalgic colors and effects, and the process of turning something imagined into a real product is the most fascinating thing to her. ”

Theme: Sierra

Alessandra McGovern

“Aless Mc combines bright colors, flowing shapes and cultural references to create graphic images with a vintage feel. Passionate about risography and silkscreen printing, her approach consists in superposing colors, textures and typography to bring the nostalgia of retro print ads into her work. ”

Theme: Sierra

Louisa Tsui

“Louisa creates out of a colourful box filled with books from top to bottom in Vancouver, B.C. She’s a bit of a time traveler, and a story collector. But she won’t be able to tell you the future, only bits of the past scrawled on sheets of paper— sometimes it sounds like poetry, sometimes they’re pictures. Maybe she'll take your words and tell you a past, make you a zine, teach you how to fold along the way. ”

Theme: Horizon

David Henry Lantz

“David Henry Lantz is a freelance designer and illustrator. His portfolio spans mediums from painting and drawing to digital 2D and motion graphics. Drawing inspiration from his travels, David's work ebbs and flows between styles, is often detail-oriented, and emphasizes setting and atmosphere. David currently resides in Chiang Rai, Thailand.”

Theme: Amazon

Updated on August 5, 2019 | By Steph Davidson

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How to create an illustrator illustration portfolio website.

Attract clients with an illustrator illustration portfolio that highlights exactly who you are as an illustrator illustrator. Creating your own online illustrator illustration portfolio is easy and intuitive with a dedicated illustrator illustration portfolio website builder. Choose a website builder like Format that comes with proofing, blogging, SEO, social media tools, and an online store so you have everything you need to display your work brilliantly and grow your business. We’ve rounded up six simple tips to keep in mind when building your portfolio website.

  1. Sign up for a free trial with Format. No credit card required.
  2. Choose an illustrator illustration theme. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch themes.
  3. Upload your illustrator illustration work. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the theme preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more—whenever you want.