Julie is a self-taught artist based in Brussels and has worked as a human rights advocate for over a decade. A lot of her artwork is inspired by the relationship between nature and human beings and aims at creating infinite worlds where elements silently cohabit and interact.She mainly uses watercolour, acrylic ink and gouache on paper - and goes digital when she wants to create large scale compositions.
Rahele is an Iranian freelance illustrator. She has started her works as a children book illustrator and continue her job as a graphic designer. In her works, Rahele addresses the essential concept rather than specific objects, especially the ones which depict women and social issues. Through her bold illustrations, she demonstrates her frustration and feeling about social issues and women.
Émilie is a French left-handed illustrator from Nantes (west of France), now lives and works in Paris as a graphic designer and compositing artist on motion pictures. Simultaneously she developed her graphic universe by doing illustration, screen printing and lino cutting. Her sources of inspirations are women, nature and all kind of movies/video games references.
Tania is an award-winning illustrator from Kyiv, Ukraine. She finds her inspiration in avant-garde art and design of the 20 century. Her field of work spreads from the commercial illustration, book illustration, editorial illustration, poster design, packaging for clients all around the world to internationally exhibit personal works.
Virginie is a French illustrator. She likes to express her feelings, her sensations throughout her illustrations. Thanks to paint, she tries to capture the feel of freedom when dancing, the sense of cooling off after walking in the woods, the excitement when finding a good book or the delight when the first signs of spring appear…Her paintings, mostly done with gouache paint, are willing to be a remedy against melancholy.
Roshi Rouzbehani is a freelance illustrator based in London. Born and raised in Tehran, Iran, Roshi studied business management and IT before immigrating to the UK. When faced with cultural and language barriers after arriving in her new home, Roshi looked for ways to express herself, so she developed her own visual language, a language that can be understood by everyone and to reflect the inner state of how she sees the world. Roshi loves to create editorial and portrait illustrations and mostly enjoys creating illustrations about women, social and mental health issues.
Joséfine is a French illustrator and printmaker. For brings her illustrations to life, she used Silkscreen Printing (Serigraphy) which is a technique that produces vivid and luminous colours that perfectly present her graphic universe. You can find her illustration in the cultural sector, the press and radio like Le monde, Maison Eliza, …
Noémi is a French animation director and illustrator based in the South of France. She studied at the EMCA animation school in Angoulême and specialized in the design of 2D backgrounds. She now writes and directs shorts films for youth and adult audiences, broadcast on French TV and cinema. As an illustrator and colour lover, she likes to paint joyful and poetic gouache pictures. Women's bodies, nature and warm atmospheres are her favourite subjects.
Agathe is a freelance French illustrator and graphic designer based in Lyon. She studied at Epsaa and worked in a design agency in Paris. She loves illustration because it allows her to express herself. She finds her inspiration in everyday life and is fascinated by illustrations from the 50s / 60s.
Freelance illustrator currently living in Valencia, Spain. She is passionate about colour and its combinations. Her work focuses on both intimate and current topics as she seeks to produce any effect or emotion on the observer. Women, animals, plants and visual poetry are some of her sources of inspiration.
Annabelle Métayer is a Canadian visual artist and illustrator based in Montreal. Working with a playful, feminine approach, her work celebrates women’s bodies and their journeys, highlighting both female strength and softness. Whether it's walking in nature, practicing yoga and mindfulness, visiting an art gallery, or taking time to ‘just be’, all inspire her to open herself up to new avenues of creativity. She works digitally on her iPad, exploring with scanned-in textures created using pencils, chalk, watercolor, and other traditional media.
Célina Guiné is a French illustrator and visual artist based in Nantes. Her artistic practice follows several paths simultaneously, all crossed by feminist issues and existential vertigo. Her illustrations form a set of sensitive choreographies: interior dances, joyful struggles, paradoxical impulses. To express her feeling and seeking more freedom in her works, Célina practices drawing and painting with watercolour, gouache and ink.
She also works for the youth edition, developing a colourful and moving graphic universe.
Jennifer Dahbura is a freelance illustrator based in the small and tropical country of El Salvador. She raised surrounded by a lot of amazing women. These women were her first source of inspiration, that’s why her work is focused on the portrayal of women and also explores human behaviour, equality, sentiments and fantasy—giving it a magical and mystical touch.
Enora Grill is a freelance designer and illustrator from France, Brest. She focuses on printed mediums, mainly screen printing, Lino print and Riso printing. In her works, Enora combines mythology, poetry and meteorology. She conceives prints art as singular objects, inviting us to rub shoulders with the clouds and open the door of dreams and reverie.
Laura is a Spanish artist who is active in different domains of arts like painting, ceramics, graphic design and landscape. The theme of her illustrations is about the impression of "Perfection" in the day that affects, above all, women, forcing us to seek that acceptance from others, and forgetting what we want in ourselves.
Laura is a freelance French illustrator originally from the South of France, Antibes. Currently, she lives and works in Lyon. She has experience in textile design and silkscreen. For her drawings, she is inspired by her surroundings environments and landscapes. She discovers these landscapes while hiking and traveling. She likes to make colourful art with pastels and coloured pencils.
Sara de Medeiros Pinto
Sara Pinto is a fan of all minimal concept — both in life and in illustration. She believes in simplicity. Sara has been drawing since she can remember and she's still fascinated by it. She always felt drawn to the beauty of aesthetically pleasing scenes, colour combinations and environments. Creating smooth compositions with a fun, subtle idea behind them is her thing.
Cristina Clemente is a freelance illustrator based in Spain. She loves to tell stories through her illustrations and evoke emotions in her works.
With the help of composition (using positive and negative space) and colours, Cristina transfers her message to her audience.
Most of her drawings are digital, yet she enjoys creating the original pieces with watercolour.
Lisa Masse was born in Le Havre, a city where she grew up and developed her passion for creative arts. She continued her studies in Paris and became an interior designer in 2018. Simultaneously, in spring 2020, she started her work as a freelance illustrator and flourished by producing flowery, joyful and naive illustrations. She enjoys cycling, drinking tea, and mimosa.
Jet Parent is a Dutch freelance illustrator who creates illustrations in which colour, from bright to subtle, and atmosphere, from eerie to idyllic, prevail. She is mostly inspired by graphic novels, fairy tales, children’s literature, travelogues and nature, and enjoys working with gouache and coloured pencils.
Lee Elena is a freelance illustrator based in Russia, St. Petersburg. Her style of illustration characterized by geometric shapes, isometric work with vibrant colours and texture. In her illustrations, she is focusing on the representation of mood and spirit of elements and places like cosy streets, landscapes, delicious food and drinks to the most ordinary things.
Lina Qi is originally from Inner Mongolia of China, but she lives and works in France as an illustrator. In her works, she alternates both watercolor illustrations, digital drawings and little animated sequences. She plays with transparency and fluidity of colors to transcribe the poetic and imaginary atmospheres of her universe.
"Mathilde, professional illustrator who describes herself as an " image-maker ".
Mathilda is from a small town in the southwest of France. She studied art at the fine arts of Epinal. Now, she is living and working in Haute-Corrèze.
She works with traditional tools, such as coloured pencils and recently gouache. She creates her colourful and dreamlike universe by inspiring nature.
Lou Gille is a French illustrator based in Lyon. She favours the aesthetics of round shapes to break with the stereotypes of the woman object represents the woman carrier of poetry and sensitivity when the world changes. The tenderness of her line allows her to approach the concerns of today's youth with simplicity. Lou freely explores another universe without setting limits for her creativity.
Inbar Heller Algazi
Inbar Heller Algazi is an illustrator based in Toulouse, where she studied at the École de Condé to obtain her Bachelor of Illustration. She works a lot in children's literature: monographs (Bella & Zouzou, Zeltner edition, 2021), exhibitions, workshops, press cartoons. But also initiates various collaborations in other fields. She has a singular and poetic look at small things.
Meel Tamphanon is an illustrator based in Phuket, Thailand. Her illustrations are mostly narrative. She tries to communicate with her audiences by inviting them to the surreal atmosphere and engage their feeling about the mood of relationships and desire between a lover, losing, leaving and unsaid. Her style of work is multifaceted, she likes to use colour combinations and textures.
Maria Martini is an Italian artist. Detail-oriented from birth. She spent ten years in Rome, where she graduated in Industrial Design at La Sapienza. After graduation, she flies to Madrid, where she graduates in Diseño Gráfico. She returned to Rome and began her career as a graphic designer. She loves geometry. For her, the triangle is the perfect, balanced shape. And just in search of balance, she still flees from Rome to make a stop in Turin, where she lives and works as a graphic designer and illustrator. She draws women, indeed females, because it is the only territory that she knows.
Joanna Rosado is a designer and freelance illustrator based in Scotland and Poland. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art in Interior Design. Joanna's creative journey is a path of experimenting and looking for a way of expressing herself and describing the world. Her art is influenced by everyday objects and situations. She is also fascinated by folklore and naive art.
She believes that art can play a big role in changing societies and people. Through her illustrations, she tries to promote ideas of equality and inclusion. Often the topic of her works are stylised women portraits- Joanna tries to present feminine diversity.
Sonia Dubois is a French + Polish visual artist mixing analog & digital techniques in her work. Illustrator and a graphic designer, born in 1992 in Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France. She studied Architecture at the University of the Arts in Poznań for 6 years.
After graduating she naturally stepped away from architecture to devote herself to drawing. Her illustrations are conceived in Poznań, in a workshop, which is packed with plants and full of
sunlight. Sonia is always accompanied by her adopted beloved dogs, Benio and Iver.
Carolina is a German multidisciplinary artist who based in Seville in Spain. She uses different materials to develop her work. She has experience in multiple fields, such as the digital medium, the textile world, ceramics and embroidery. Her work is focused on the search for new and different supports to capture her art.
Doriane Millet is a French artist based in Marseille. She is Passionate about narrative images. Doriane works on projects for fine art prints, murals and book illustration.
Her universe revolves around romantic relationships, fairy tales, everyday life, disenchantment and often stems from autofiction.