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Tea Wei
 Tea Wei’s work is composed mainly of strong blocky vignettes. He also animates a fair amount of these so that they are even corkier gifs. Tea Wei is a freelance artist and has appeared in Juxtapose. His social media includes Deviant Art, Tumblr, Facebook, and Behance.

Tea Wei

 Tea Wei’s work is composed mainly of strong blocky vignettes. He also animates a fair amount of these so that they are even corkier gifs. Tea Wei is a freelance artist and has appeared in Juxtapose. His social media includes Deviant Art, Tumblr, Facebook, and Behance.

Brittney Lee
 Taking illustration to a level that I would not venture, Britney’s illustrations include a lot of cut paper. Fun and whimsical, her work is similar to Pascal Campion in that she utilizes light in her more painted illustrations. Her work includes being a visual development artist for the movie Frozen, working for a video game company (the name of which I do not know), and being a freelance artist.  Her social media includes Pinterest, Facebook, Tumblr, Etsy, Blogger, Youtube, Linkedin, and Twitter.

Brittney Lee

 Taking illustration to a level that I would not venture, Britney’s illustrations include a lot of cut paper. Fun and whimsical, her work is similar to Pascal Campion in that she utilizes light in her more painted illustrations. Her work includes being a visual development artist for the movie Frozen, working for a video game company (the name of which I do not know), and being a freelance artist.  Her social media includes Pinterest, Facebook, Tumblr, Etsy, Blogger, Youtube, Linkedin, and Twitter.

Kevin Tong
The illustrations of Kevin Tong are very detailed oriented. I would recommend zooming in on his work to see his delicate line work. Like Tomer, he utilizes vibrant color in his pieces to set a mood. His palette is a little bit more limited but just as affective. Kevin is a freelance illustrator who is known for his limited screen print posters for bands and movies. He has worked for ABC, Xbox, LA Weekly, Nike, Playboy, Bon Iver, The Shins, Lucasfilm-Starwars, Disney/Marvel, and much more. His social media includes Facebook (where I follow him), Dribble, Blogger, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Youtube, and Linkedin to name a few.

Kevin Tong

The illustrations of Kevin Tong are very detailed oriented. I would recommend zooming in on his work to see his delicate line work. Like Tomer, he utilizes vibrant color in his pieces to set a mood. His palette is a little bit more limited but just as affective. Kevin is a freelance illustrator who is known for his limited screen print posters for bands and movies. He has worked for ABC, Xbox, LA Weekly, Nike, Playboy, Bon Iver, The Shins, Lucasfilm-Starwars, Disney/Marvel, and much more. His social media includes Facebook (where I follow him), Dribble, Blogger, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Youtube, and Linkedin to name a few.

Jill De Haan (Just found her today)

 
    The majority of Jill’s typography is organic. Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of flora inspired letters when you look at her type. There is something very homey about her work that makes you feel like you know this person. Yeah she’s that girl who lived next door to me who knits sweaters and drinks a lot of homemade sun tea (read her bio and this statement was not far off from the truth). Jill works at a creative agency called Struck and also free-lances. She has a Pinterest, Behance, Dribble, Minted, Blogger, Linkedin, Twitter, Vimeo, Instagram, and probably a lot more.

Jill De Haan (Just found her today)

 

The majority of Jill’s typography is organic. Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of flora inspired letters when you look at her type. There is something very homey about her work that makes you feel like you know this person. Yeah she’s that girl who lived next door to me who knits sweaters and drinks a lot of homemade sun tea (read her bio and this statement was not far off from the truth). Jill works at a creative agency called Struck and also free-lances. She has a Pinterest, Behance, Dribble, Minted, Blogger, Linkedin, Twitter, Vimeo, Instagram, and probably a lot more.

Tomer Hankuka
 The first thing you notice about Tomer Hanuka’s work is that the man is not afraid of color. His work is very vibrant and his color choices always set the mood.  His colors typically put me on edge because of how bright they are. You think, oh what a lovely picture and then realize just how messed up his drawings are. Tomer seems to be typically freelance, working for magazines such as Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Spin, The New York Times, and Rolling stone to name a few. He also has his own comic book series with his twin brother Asaf. Tomer uses Facebook, Blogger, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest.

Tomer Hankuka

 The first thing you notice about Tomer Hanuka’s work is that the man is not afraid of color. His work is very vibrant and his color choices always set the mood.  His colors typically put me on edge because of how bright they are. You think, oh what a lovely picture and then realize just how messed up his drawings are. Tomer seems to be typically freelance, working for magazines such as Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Spin, The New York Times, and Rolling stone to name a few. He also has his own comic book series with his twin brother Asaf. Tomer uses Facebook, Blogger, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest.

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