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Born and raised in Los Angeles, Will Goodan has been immersed in art and design for most of his life. Graduate of Art Center College of Design, with backgrounds ranging from sculpture to photography, he has always housed a deep-seated passion to create work. By mixing world experiences from travel and different cultures, Will diversifies the gamut of design by keeping an open mind aesthetically and stylistically.
With a heavy focus in fine art and high fashion, Prime greets all design hurdles with open arms to deliver unique pieces specific to each client's needs.
Nicholas Christowitz is a young designer and illustrator from Johannesburg, South Africa. He runs Says Who studios with his two talented partners, Lauren Schultz and Shaun Hill. He is constantly learning and evolving and credits his inspiration to the city that is his home as well as the brilliant designers, musicians and artists he looks up to.
I’m an illustrator from the Montreal area. I’m worked for David & Goliath and as a cartoonist at the CBC, and since 2002 I’m been an art director with the non-profit organisation : The Pacific Path Institute. I’m exhibited in Long Beach with illustration friday, in London for the Mail me art and in Montréal for Notre club de dessin s’expose. I recently win a 2011 Applied Arts Award in illustration for my portrait of Edgar Allan Poe.
Jack Teagle is a freelance illustrator currently living in South West England. He divides his time between commercial work, drawing comics and painting. Since graduating from the University of Plymouth in 2009 Jack has worked with a variety of clients, had 3 solo shows, taken part in many group shows and had his comics 'Jeff Job hunter' and 'Fight!' released by Nobrow Press.
Rui Ricardo is an illustrator from Porto, Portugal, where he lives and works.
Developing drawing skills at an early age, he had his first work published at the age of fifteen. His love for illustration and comics made him follow an artistic career and, by the time he was finishing the course of graphic design at the fine arts university of Porto, he already had four graphic novels published, no to mention countless colaborations with magazines and local comics fanzines. An invitation from a major national TV production company started him in animation and background illustration for “Major Alvega” which is still the only portuguese TV production series to have ever been nominated for an Emmy award. After eight years doing animation and motion design for several TV shows, music videos and commercials, he started working exclusively as a freelance illustrator. Rui is represented in London by Folio, a major illustration agency established in 1976. Most of his work is editorial and he has colaborated with several magazines and newspapers like FHM, Men’s Fitness, The Times, The Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday, GQ, Popular Mehanics, Marketing Week, among many more. Outside the press, he has also worked for Unicef, Hasbro, Oxford University Press, Pearson, Usborne, Macmillan, Vodafone, FNAC, Samsung, Nathan, Defra (UK government department for environment, food and rural affairs), and many others.
When he is not drawing, he likes to travel with his partner or spend time at home with his dogs, his plants and his books.
In love with photogpraphy art.
I am a graphic designer living his life in seasons (summer, winter,...), developing collections for a spanish clothing brand currently present in 15 countries, including all related activities: garments, colour charts, catalogues, advertising...
I currently live in Plymouth, but grew up on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, and the sunny seaside of Dorset. From grass to grey my journey has brought me to Plymouth city where I found my work rebelling against my country upbringing and reflecting a growing interest in the grunge and grime of the urban environment. Everything I discover around me has potential... urban detritus, peeling paint and filthy concrete structures. I find the ugly and mundane to be beautiful, its character and stories inspiring. Illustrator and printmaker. Age:24 -Female- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
June was born in 1973 in Thailand. Her educational background in Law and MBA has absolute nothing to do with her art. June's former career is in foreign services ; she worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand for 10 years before realizing that bureaucracy was not her path while drawing has always been her passion and "refuge" (accept for not being brave enough to draw anything until the later stage of her life). Her work has been inspired by naivety of childhood, song lyrics and colour. And after living in Thailand, Russia, Romania, Turkey and Singapore, June has finally found a place to call home ; she lives now in Berlin with a cat named Onion.
Alberto Hernández is a London-based Spanish graphic designer with a Degree from Escuela de Arte número 10 and a Masters from the London College of Communication. His main interests are design for print and typography but Alberto’s work is diverse, taking inspiration from areas such as music and films.
Paying attention to every little detail and being extremely hard working and dedicated won him several work placements at renowned studios including Spin, London.
He believes that, as Albert Einstein said, ‘everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.’