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100% of the profits go to SCIP thanks to the generosity of our creative partners.
Artworks from The Beacon Show are £40 and include postage & packaging
Asako was born in Japan, and learned illustration in the UK. She lived in Greece, and has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2005. She likes graphical compositions with gentle lines and nostalgic atmosphere, and her work can be found in a wide range of international magazines and advertising, and she also enjoys producing goods using her own illustrations.
Graham Carter’s career has been prolific spanning over 20 years, his versatile and adaptable approach to illustration attracts a variety of projects from editorial, publishing and advertising. His list of commercial clients and collaborations is extensive.
Alongside his commercial career Graham has established himself as one of the uk’s best collected printmakers. He has produced a number of critically acclaimed solo exhibitions, group shows and toured art fairs across the UK. Graham’s original artworks and limited edition prints are sold through www.boxbird.co.uk
Naíma Almeida is a Brazilian graphic artist who works in the intertwining of extremely manual processes and new technological possibilities to create dreamlike universes. She does not try to define the limits between design and art, analog and digital, but appreciates the free flow between these areas and different media in search of a satisfying outcome in every project. Naíma's works are often a bold, graphic and colorful explosion with clear care in the details and color relations.
Clients include: Adobe, Avon, Carolina Herrera, Instagram, Natura, Penguin Books, Pepsi, TimeOut New York, Under Armour, and The Washington Post.
I'm a freelance, commercial illustrator. After graduating from Falmouth I set up my illustration studio in Bristol, UK. With over 15 years experience, I enjoy working as an illustrator on editorial, promotional, advertising, branding and publishing commissions.
My idiosyncratic illustrations are colourful, distinctive, wildly expressive and feature stylised characters. I'm inspired by screen-printing and risograph techniques, colour combinations, jazz and electronic music and visual culture.
Louise Lockhart is an illustrator living in an old mill in a small town in England. She spends her days creating designs from little paper cut outs and line drawings, dreaming up worlds where men still wear suits and hats. As well as working as a freelance illustrator, Louise also applies her illustrations to products for you and your home, which she sells in her online shop The Printed Peanut.
See Creatures is a creative design studio based in Brighton, UK. Creating thoughtful and beautiful designs for clients is the core of all our work. We love what we do! Pushing design boundaries, working to the fast pace of emerging trends to create fresh designs for aspirational brands.
Founded in 2014 by Creative Director Dan Walters whose 15 years experience in the surface pattern design industry has enabled the studio to grow worldwide.
Sonia Alins is an award-winning illustrator and artist who develops an artistic language intimately related to Surrealism and visual poetry. In her pieces, drawing is the protagonist of three-dimensional collages, in which textures, glazes and transparencies are also fundamental.
Sonia's artistic personality connects us with the Romantic era's feminine iconography, the Art Déco movement and Symbolism.
Sören is a 28 year old illustrator and animator based in Belgium. He is always looking for visually appealing images people can relate to. By using the environment as a source of inspiration he gives meaning to his stories, that he creates through simple shapes and vibrant colours.
Svabhu Kohli is an independent visual storyteller – Deeply inspired by the natural world and its mechanics; In recent times his practice focuses on the intersection of magical realism, conservation and art as a medium to understand our relationship with the universe and its complex life forms.
His work encompasses creating experiential narratives rooted in his curiosity for indigenous, political and scientific narratives that influence our personal and collective imagination.