Illustrator Illustration

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

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.”

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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.”

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Patrick Butler

“Patrick Butler finds inspiration from his neighborhood; the natural spaces, urban parks, trails and trees of the Don River watershed. Patrick studied illustration at Sheridan College and art history at the University of Toronto. He lives, works and teaches in Toronto and writes the art education blog Split Complementary. Patrick’s images have been used by the Toronto Star, Kodak Canada, Toronto Community Gardens, Society6, Collective Arts Brewing and Michael Roger Press.”

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Clive McFarland

“Clive McFarland is a children's book author and illustrator. Clive was raised in County Tyrone before studying art in Derry and Liverpool. His first and second picture-books were both shortlisted for the AOI World Illustration Awards, and 'One Leaf, Two Leaves, Count with Me!' was chosen for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Clive's clients include HarperCollins, Penguin US, Templar, Froebel, and Marks & Spencer. He lives in Northern Ireland.”

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Andrei Nicolescu

“Andrei Nicolescu is a 28 year-old visual artist living and working in Bucharest, Romania. Andrei is passionate about all art and design. He’s dedicated to creating strikingly minimalist images infused with a tongue-in-cheek sense of humour. Andrei works primarily in the fields of editorial illustration, animation, album artwork, and book cover illustration artwork.”

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Dot. Tayla Maree

“Tayla Maree is a multidisciplinary artist in rural Queensland, Australia. Soft landscapes, plant/animal studies, and some quirky digital illustrations can all be found throughout her works.”

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Frank Dormer

“Frank Dormer is the author and illustrator of books like The Sword in the Stove, Click!, Socksquatch, and The Obstinate Pen. He is also the illustrator behind many other children's titles, including the Aggie and Ben, and Adventures Jo Schmo. His book Firefighter Duckies was released in 2017. It was then followed by two more illustrated books, Octopus Escapes, written by Nathaniel Lachenmeyer, and Ebenezer Has a Word for Everything, written by Chelsea Rowe, which were published in 2018.”

Template: Amazon

Fiona McDonnell

“Fiona McDonnell is an Irish illustrator from Belfast with a distinct and colorful style of work. Often accompanied by commentary and self-reflection on social issues, music, film, or whatever else she may be interested in at the time.”

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Art Studio Yuko

“Yuko is a fashion Illustrator working in New York City. Her favorite mediums are ink, watercolor, oil pastel, and colored pencil as well as paper collage. She especially enjoys doing live-drawing, live-portrait at events or drawing sessions.”

Template: Peak

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How to create an illustrator illustration portfolio website.

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  2. Choose an illustrator illustration template. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch templates.
  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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