Dan Hillier


Dan Hillier has been working as a full-time artist since 2006 and sells his work personally from his site and from The Sunday Upmarket each week, and also through solo and group shows. He's exhibited in various established galleries including the Saatchi Gallery and the ICA in London, and numerous galleries and solo/group shows in London, Paris, New York and Turin. 

Dan's work was recently used as the cover design for Royal Blood's self titled debut album and could be seen on billboards across the UK.


Clayton Junior


Created trough a masterful use of geometric shapes and colour combinations, Clayton Junior's upbeat works have been published worldwide in the form of illustrations, animations, objects and comics.  Over the last 15 years he has worked for a wide array of  clients, including magazines New Yorker, Monocle, Sekret Firmy, Harvard Business Review, Scientific American, the jazz label Verve, just to name a few. Natural from Brazil, Clayton is based in London since 2007.


Sandra Dieckmann


Self-proclaimed 'Womanimal' Sandra Dieckmann is an illustrator and artist whose work has been applied to a wide array of international commissions and projects. She's worked with clients like Sky, Lily Cole, WWF, Andersen Press and Al Jazeera on book illustrations, editorial, apparel and more. In 2011 Sandra was chosen by Oscar winning animator and illustrator Shaun Tan as the Emerging Talent in Illustration for her image ‘Fox Tree’. In 2013 Etsy flew her to Australia and New Zealand to speak at Semi Permanent Conferences about her life and work. Sandra currently works as Freelance artist & illustrator from her studio ‘Mama Wolf’ in East London.


Mathieu Zanellato


Matieu Z. was born in Paris' suburb in 1990 but decided to study in smaller cities, in Epinal for 3 years and then Angoulême where he gets his Master degree specialized in comics and won the "Young Talents" reward during the International Comics Festival. Now he's living in Strasbourg (F), keeps making handprinted books by himself in his little silkscreen atelier and try to develop his alternative publishing house called "Matière Grasse".



Ben Rothery


Ben is a detail obsessed illustrator and surface designer from Norwich, via Cape Town who likes pencils, shiny trinkets and heavy objects. He combines multiple processes to create intricate and delicate illustrations and repeating patterns full of fine detail and vibrant colour.

Much of Ben's work is inspired or informed by his love of nature, having grown up wanting variously to be a shark, dinosaur or David Attenborough crossed with Indiana Jones, only relatively recently settling upon Illustration as a compromise allowing him to bring those fantasies to life on paper.

Ben's illustration practise and vivid fantasy life is run from a small but perfectly formed studio in the heart of beautiful Bath which he shares with an unnecessarily large collection of very sharp pencils and occasionally a small dog named Rufus.


Lucille Clerc


Lucille Clerc is a French London based illustrator. She set up her studio in East London after graduating from Central Saint Martins with an MA in Communication Design, and before this from ENSAAMA in Paris with a DSAA in Visual Communication. She works mainly within the field of editorial design and illustration, occasionally also realising interior and exhibition spaces. Her work is mainly handcrafted from drawing to printing, and the themes she develops are mainly based on the architecture of her neighbourhood in London. She has created projects for Magma bookstore, Laurence King Publishers, St James's Correspondent, The Loop, Metropolitan magazine, Fortnum & Mason, Farrow & Ball, Diamond architects and David Kohn architects


Novemto Komo


 Novemto Komo is a self taught illustrator and artist born in Indonesia and part-time longboarder.. He was trained as a software engineering and multimedia designer in Newcastle Upon Tyne. He has been working as flash developer, graphic designer and illustrator since 2005. Clients including Orange Mobile and Nike.

 His artworks are based on the search of understanding of what is happening around him. Such as nature, relationship and social issue. Recently, his artwork titled High Five just received a runner-up position from Secret Art Prize 2014 which made him receive a representation from Curious Duke Gallery.

 Novemto Komo is based in East London.


Rebecca Truscott-Elves


Rebecca Truscott-Elves is a London based illustrator. Since graduating in 2012, she's been shortlisted for the Adobe Design Achievement Awards, as well as Highly Commended at the Cheltenham Illustration Awards. Fascinated with storytelling, Rebecca loves to fold and paint and draw her way through a narrative. She has sidelines in taking trains halfway across the world and writing.

With a growing list of clients across illustration and animation, including International Alert, Cicada Books and D&AD, Rebecca recently joined the Royal College of Art's MA Visual Communication program, where she hopes to paint and draw and write some more. 


Nathan Evans


Nathan Evans is an Illustrator and Graphic Artist based in East London. He is interested in combining both topical issues and his own personal experiences to create illustrated narratives where personality and humour play an important part in the overall conception of his work. 

Nathan focusses on precision execution of hand drawn line work and intricate patterns, accompanied by his exploration into analogue mark making to create texture. 

These skills allow him to produce multi-layered images rich in content and supported by vibrant colour palettes, which provides clients with a unique and eye-catching quality, specific to their requirements.


Hannah Coates


Hannah is an illustrator, although some of her friends like to call her a professional doodler. She is originally from Derry City in Northern Ireland, and has lived and studied in Belfast for the last four years and has started working as a freelance illustrator. One thing Hannah always knew when she was growing up, was that she wanted to draw and has been fortunate enough to begin a career in something that she has always been passionate about. Her work mostly consists of landscapes and animals, making them more dreamlike and surreal and by adding eye catching little details.


Robbie Porter


Robbie Porter is an award winning Scottish illustrator currently getting lost in London. His work is fun, simple & conceptually driven. He originally studied Visual Communication at Leeds College of Art, then worked at Edinburgh Printmakers before completing a masters in Illustration at Camberwell in 2013. His clients include The New York Times, Virgin, Wired, Random House Publishing, New Scientist Magazine & The National Museums of Scotland. When he isn’t drawing he can be found making lists, eating biscuits, or with his head stuck in a Calvin & Hobbes book. He is also a member of The Cloud Appreciation Society. 


Bárbara Ana Gómez


Bárbara Ana Gómez is a Spanish-born illustrator who perfected her skills at London’s University of Arts. Her images are hand-drawn in ink and then retouched and coloured digitally. She draws inspiration from music for her Illustrated Songs collection, where she pictures the fantasy world of her favourite lyrics - an obsession that dates back her high school doodles.


jonny glover


Jonny Glover is a freelance illustrator based in London. His work includes illustrations for Havas, Kew Gardens, Redemption Bar, Hairport Lisbon, and The Lunchbox London. Collaboratively he has worked with for The British Red Cross, BT, The Eden Project, and The Southbank Center. He's drawn to subjects that reveal the bizarre in the everyday.



ALice Tams


Alice Tams is an illustrator best known for her ongoing project 'Birds in Hats', which is exactly what it sounds like and more expansive than you might imagine. Upon graduating from Goldsmiths in 2008 she decided to pursue a career in drawing animals in human clothes - partly because it amused her and partly to avoid the harsh realities of the adult world. Her work is characterised by bold colours, intricate line work and a love of nature. Today she works full time from an artists studio in Bermondsey balancing freelance work with selling her pieces as prints, cards and fun things online and around London. You can find her work sold in shops across the UK, Europe and Australia.


Aidan Saunders


Aidan Saunders is a travelling Illustrator and Printmaker who has recently finished a tour of the UK in his hand-painted VW caddy and a bow tie.

During his tour he stopped at selected locations and exhibited,sold and freshly pressed prints interacting with the public and showing them a thing or 2 about printmaking.

Aidan and his Printwaggon will be parked out the front of the London Illustration Fair and will be live printing christmas decorations and a selection of his lino designs.


Puck Collective


Puck Collective is an evolving group of creatives from around the world.


Founded by illustrators Robbie's Brown Shoes (Robbie Wilkinson), Babycrow (David Gibbons), Patch Keyes and Samuel Esquire (Samuel Rogers) in 2010, Puck have grown into one of the largest illustration collectives in the UK with 40 members. 


What makes the collective unique is that every year we launch a call for entries in order to replenish and invigorate the group with fresh work and new ideas as well as providing a launching pad for new talent. Over the past 4 years the collective has grown and built on its experience producing bigger and better publications, solo and collaborative shows, hosting public events as well as working collectively on projects with the likes of the V&A. The collective can boast some of the best illustration talent out there both in its current line up and its alumni and we aim to build on our success as a collective in the years to come.


We're very pleased to kick off an exciting new year of shows and events for the collective starting with this years London Illustration Fair.

We're very pleased to kick off an exciting new year of shows and events for the collective starting with this years London Illustration Fair.