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Loreta Isac is an illustrator based in Romania. She creates illustrations for nearly anything you can think of. Such as package design, editorial pieces, books, and short animations. Her color palettes are strong but calming. Her work varies from simple color blocks to detailed and intricate, and she excels at both. She’s almost always open for an opportunity to work with someone new. She also has a weekly newsletter that you can subscribe to here.
Stephanie is co-founder and creative director of the branding studio Oro Agency, originally from Brazil they’re currently living in LA. Proudly non-binary, they actively create work that addresses the unique experiences that LGBTQ+ people deal with. Stephanie also makes a lot of work that focuses on their own insecurities, showing some real bravery by allowing themselves to be vulnerable.
Sonia Lazo is an illustrator from El Salvador. She paints watercolor scenes that are vibrant and colorful, and also draws rocking little comics that serve as a commentary on the many existential crises that so many artists share. On instagram, she also shares her outfits and she is one hell of a fashion icon.
She’s also an apprentice tattoo artist at Valhalla Tattoo Studio.
Valeria Varez is a freelance illustrator in Mexico City. They create show posters for bands and other performances, editorial illustrations, and got featured as a google doodle. Their artwork is also a valuable contribution to the pop-surrealist movement. Each piece appears like it’s own world, but shown together they flow like they belong.
Manu is an art director at Bacanika and illustrator based in Barcelona. She works with gouache, colored pencils, ink and digital media and often creates through collage. She illustrates for short stories, books, and patterns. Her character design, seen throughout all of these, is top shelf. She has the skill to bring a unique personality to each character.