We’d like to extend a warm welcome to some of our new Directory of Illustration artists! These five illustrators bring decades of experience to our program and offer a wide range of artistic styles—from watercolor to animation to photoillustration. Be sure to check out the continuously updated New Artists section on our portfolio site for more.

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Brandon Kallmes
Currently residing in Seattle, Brandon is a digital illustrator who also specializes in animation, 3D and UI. He has worked extensively as a production artist for various children’s entertainment projects, and his impressive client list includes Disney, Hasbro and Nick Jr. We can’t get enough of Brandon’s cute characters and cartoon animations! Explore some examples of Brandon’s work below.




Katya Polezhaeva
A Russian illustrator now living in Granada, Katya has an affinity for experimentation which is evident in the work she produces. With an interest in printmaking and narrative illustration, she often combines analog techniques with digital tools to create beautiful, textured artwork. Check out a selection of her work below.




David Litwin
With over 30 years of experience, David has worked as a designer, author, digital artist and scriptwriter. His more recent design work focuses on digital acrylic and watercolor fashion illustration. Perfectly suited for advertising and fashion publications, David’s style is elegant, nuanced and radiates energy. Below are some examples of his artwork.



Neale Osborne
UK artist Neale Osborne is perhaps best known for his distinctive caricature work, which often reflects his love of early cinema and classical music. His colorful, graphic style has appeared in many publications, including Country Life, the Times, the Daily Mail and the Gramophone. Explore some examples of his work below.




Linda Carruth
For over 30 years, Linda has created stylized, photo-realistic illustrations which have graced a number of book covers and editorial magazines. Using mechanical drawing methods and traditional rendering techniques, Linda utilizes contemporary digital tools to bring her illustrations to life. Check out some of her digital artwork below.