Miranda Sofroniou is a freelance illustrator living and working London. She graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in 2012 and has been creating playful designs every since!
Miranda’s illustrations will make you smile. Her love of colour, and quirky style is expressed throughout her work which ranges from simple line drawings to intricate mixed media pieces. Miranda’s style can be adapted to a diverse variety of briefs from editorial to publishing to surface design.
Sarah is an illustrator and designer for children.
She studied Graphic Design but recognised very soon that her real passion was illustrating for children. After her studies in Germany and Switzerland Sarah moved to Paris where she worked for a French design company and created stickers and decoration objects for children, clients included Habitat, Käthe Kruse, 3Suisses.
After some time Sarah started a new adventure and founded her own company Little Cube. She is happy to create simple, fun and cute illustrations in the children's sector.
Originally from Sydney, Australia, Hannah Cooper is now working in Surrey, UK as an illustrator.
Previously, Hannah studied Visual Communications at the University of Technology, Sydney and is currently studying Illustration at the University of Creative Arts, Surrey.
With an eye for detail, she specialises in fine watercolour combined with a variety of collage techniques. These include quilling, embroidery, paper cutting and digital colouring. Her work draws influence from a variety of craft practices and often exposes my great interest in fashion and beauty illustration.
To find out more about Hannah visit her website, read her blog and follow her on Twitter.
Village is an independent book store based in the Corn Exchange in Leeds. They specialises in self-published zines, as well as a range of contemporary art, design, fashion and photography books and magazines.
"Hello, my name is Timothy Hunt, I am a graphic designer creating digital illustration and animation. My work is naive but appeals to both children and adults, I like to convey a message as simply as possible using bold colours and shapes.
My inspiration comes from being out and about, visiting different places and being active."
Rachelle loves nothing better than to lock herself away in the studio, get her pencils out and spend hours drawing brilliant characters for children’s books. When she’s not drawing she’s busy reading thorough favourite childhood stories, or day-dreaming about creating new ones. An obsessive Wizard of Oz fan, given any opportunity she can often be spotted wearing ruby slippers, preferably whilst having a kitchen disco. A former primary school teacher, Rachelle is now ‘living the dream’ as an illustrator represented by Plum Pudding Illustration Agency.
Rachelle lives in Lancashire with her husband Phil and children Natalie, Joel, Aidan and Sasha.
Nook & Cranny is an indpendent card and gift shop located on Liverpool's Bold Street. Their range is handpicked from British based designers, offering cards, prints, stationery, homeware, accessories and books. They also have an online shop.
Ken Iizuka is an illustrator going between Brighton and Tokyo. He could describe his style as being simple yet considered in terms of composition with the use of a limited palette. This comes from a heavier influence of printmaking techniques and an interest in typography.
In 2013, Ken started Black Cat Press to run workshops to the public and share his passion for printmaking.
His clients include Art Asia, SoCo Music projects and Wired Online.