Illustrator Illustration

Marie Rougevin-Baville

“Marie Rougevin-Baville is an illustrator based in Paris. She began to draw by illustrating her sister's poems, that's why she realized that she was addicted to it! Since then, she hasn't stopped drawing. Marie tries to bring a touch of humor to portray a profession, a passion, an event, a personality in her work.”

Template: Peak

Georgia Sofokleous

“Georgia's work usually revolves around the subjects of Feminism and Mental Health. Georgia is passionate about exposing oppressed subjects that are often misled by society. She has chosen to express these subjects in subtle and abstract ways, yet still rather harsh and provocative to hold a beautiful and powerful balance. She collects imagery and objects that she finds interesting and relatable in order to merge and create one singular aesthetic through the use of physical and digital collage.”

Template: Peak

Francesco Paonessa

“Francesco Paonessa is an illustrator from Toronto, Ontario. He is inspired by people from all walks of life, and uses figurative expressionism to tell stories with mixed media. He believes that art is for everyone, and his ambition is to create work that is hopeful and haunting. ”

Template: Ora

Mirco Steckhan

“Mirco is a 24-year-old illustrator from Hamburg. Mirco loves to create colorful stuff, collect comic books and listen and talk about music.”

Template: Kiln

Wendy Wong

“Freelance illustrator originally from Manchester, now based in London. Wendy's work is quite graphic, with bold lines and colors. The simplest way to describe Wendy's work is probably adult things, drawn in a childish format. She finds drawing quite cathartic, so sometimes it's funny and a little low brow and sometimes it's sad. ”

Template: Ora

Anna Sorokina

“Anna Sorokina is an illustrator and mixed media artist whose goal is to create striking images by combining the orderly and the organic, line and shape, texture and flatness. Inspired by strong design elements of Russian constructivism as well as the abundance of textures found in materials all around us, she hopes to bring the two together in a playful yet conceptually compelling way.”

Template: Kiln

Eve Pyra

“Eve Pyra is an illustrator from the UK. Her retro style work explores modern life themes of self image, positive mindset, society and fashion.”

Template: Peak

Alexis Eke

“Alexis Eke is an illustrator and designer based in Toronto, Ontario. Inspired by renaissance portraits, her faith and earth tones — she aims to increase the representation of black women in design and offer a space for deep reflection.”

Template: Sierra

Mingjun Guo

“Mingjun Guo is a 4th-year illustration student at OCAD University in Toronto. With an ongoing learning process, her work explores a variety of media, such as watercolor, acrylic, gouache, and more. Mingjun Guo's work speaks of the relationship between nature and humans from a philosophical perspective. ”

Template: Ora

Jordan Kressley

“Jordan Kressley is a pastel artist specializing in traditional portraiture, fantastical realism, pop surrealism, narrative works, and illustrated poetry. She is also a muralist and sign painter operating out of Philadelphia. She has always been heavily influenced by his observations of the natural world and considers his work to be a study of the interactions and conflicts therein. Jordan works traditionally in chalk pastel.”

Template: Amazon

Updated on June 19, 2021 | 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 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.

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  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 template preset, fonts, and colors.
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