Chanté Timothy is a published illustrator born and raised in London. Chanté’s first book debut called “A Black Woman Did That” by Malaika Adero helped kick start her passion for children’s book illustration. Her work line art is hand-drawn and coloured using Photoshop.
I am Axie, a 23 year old Afrolatino 2D digital artist located in Houston, Texas. I plan to finish my bachelor’s degree in digital media in the future, & most of my work is centered more around character illustration and/or character design.
Rachel Christie is a self taught illustrator based in Orlando, Florida. Specializing in digital illustration, she enjoys portrait work, PR/social media illustration, poster design, and has written, illustrated and self published a children’s book.
"Each of us has a story. I use drawings to portray stories that evoke memories and engage moments. Every story I tell exposes knowledge that may or may not have been known before. I am a one-line artist, meaning I use one continuous line to create my pieces. Why one-line art? Because there is a certain beauty in minimalist storytelling that lacks the attention that it deserves. My motivation for my current series called ""Crown"" stems from the mis-representation of Black women's hair in today's society and the fight for the decriminalization of Black hair and Black representation."
At the age of two, I drew circles on my mother’s expensive heels on my road to becoming an artist. The next twenty years were dedicated to mastering understanding visual storytelling. By learning a variety of mediums, I am a creator that produces bold and illustrative work.
Hey there! My name is Halston Shannon. I’ve been offering Graphic / Brand Design services for the past 6 years. I assist business owners with defining their brand identity, while creating excellent marketing materials to attract their target audience. In my leisure time, you’re m
Naimah is a Chicago-based visual artist, art therapist, and licensed professional counselor. Naimah’s clinical work and art practice often explore the intersections of art and mental health, primarily in BIPOC communities.
I'm practiced at listening and observing. While my practical experience includes art direction, design and illustration, it also includes focusing on the creative objectives needed to achieve positive results.
Hello! I’m a Nigerian illustrator based in the UK. I love drawing people and and always try to make sure a lot of life to my illustrations! I am currently a second year illustration student at the University for the Creative Arts.
As an Illustrator I've been captivated by the study of graphic novels and comic/manga style art since my youth. I use those early inspirations and other influences to create a range of bold, vibrant and eye catching illustration styles.
I’m Eniola, a New York based motion designer, illustrator, and animator. With my experience in creative development and production, I bring my love of design and illustration into each project. When I'm not perfecting pixels, I enjoy kicking ass in pub trivia, visiting museums, and watching so many movies (some of them good). I love working and collaborating on a variety of projects. Don’t hesitate to reach out.
Ben began his career with Hasbro Toy Group, acted as brand visionary for a spectrum of iconic entertainment brands such as Star Wars, Batman, Superman, Transformers, Pokemon and many more. He has consulted on various movies and tv shows and has illustrated for Marvel & DC.
Hello, I’m Robert Spencer a digital illustrator from Queens, New York. I credit Dragon Ball Z with sparking my interest in art at a young age. I’ve grown into a versatile drawing inspiration from moments in pop culture and the black experience.
"Shabazz Larkin is an American artist, painter, writer, illustrator, book-maker and product designer. He has worked as an art director for many creative advertising agencies, working with many of the world’s largest brands from Pepsi to Sean Combs, and helped Barack Obama launch the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, his first initiative after leaving the White House.
"Living in Upstate New York and a recent graduate of 2D animation from The School of Visual Arts; Kendra is creating breathtaking animation and illustrations. Always had a fondness for the arts from a young age, they found a strong connect towards animation and film."
Wilnara is an artist with a passion for portrait illustration and creating whimsical children's characters. With over a decade of freelance experience, she is a collaborator helping clients fulfill their illustrative needs. www.jwinkstudios.com
Margarett McBride, based in NC but originally from MI, is an Artist, Developmental Psychologist, and Children's Book Writer. She enjoys studying, writing, and drawing stories that remind her of her childhood, exemplify the life of Black youth and families, and more.
"Hi! I'm Tesh and a Black queer femme illustrator with over 15 years in the industry. I create logos, custom designs and illustrations for anyone from non-profit organizations to small business entrepreneurs. My latest projects include rebranding for AIDS Foundation Chicago (AFC), illustrations for Sixty Inches From Center and the Chicago Reader."
I'm the daughter of two Nigerian immigrants. Raised by a single mama and a textbook middle child, I create art that explores my identity as a black woman. Through paintings and installations, my work teases out both the nuances and shared experiences of being black.
"Hi there! I’m Alessandra, 23, and from England Currently a university student at Norwich University and Design, and hope to enter the games industry. My art is digital and I love to paint portraits as well as character design. I’m also looking to learn more!"
I am a multidisciplinary afrofuturist artist and designer. My work focuses on disenfranchised and marginalized communities. Using empathic systems design thinking, I seek to analyze the ways in which systems of oppression work to destroy and dismantle those very communities and forge harmonious design solutions to help ease and eventually end those communities' suffering.
"Hello! My Name is Jaelen Upchurch and I'm an Illustrator and Graphic Designer from the Bay Area. I am interested in packaging, print, and digital design as well as freelance illustration opportunities. Some of my outside interests are video games, anime, and screen-printing."
"Hello, my name is Toni and I am an illustrator based in sunny Trinidad and Tobago. I have been working as a freelance illustrator since 2019 but I used to manage an art gallery here in Trinidad for a few years before that, so fine art and traditional art are huge influences to me.
Hello! My name is Allison, a freelance illustrator looking to expand her reach in her community. I have multiple social media accounts where I like to share my work. I also have a blog, and an Etsy shop where I sell my designs.
In my 4 year career as a freelance graphic designer, I have honed my branding, research, and illustration skills. I am adept in concept design, project management, final design implementations, and having a great time!
Gregory Buissereth, Chicago native, published author-illustrator, filmmaker, youth-worker, and “forever student”. With years of experience in both community services and media production, Greg's creativity is fueled by his enthusiasm and love for community, comedy and design. Wit
Dania Wright is a multidisciplinary visual artist and educator. Her primary mission is to celebrate the resilience and beauty of the African Diaspora, and amplify social causes. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, she currently resides in Atlanta, GA.
A native New Yorker, Danielle received her BFA from New York University’s Steinhardt School in 2014. She continues to live and work in NYC. Danielle works with traditional and digital media to make large scale and detailed pieces inspired by children’s book and mythology.
Naomi is a Bristol (UK) based illustrator and designer. Inspired by a mishmash of influences Naomi likes to take on serious subjects with a playful touch, using collage, bold colours and scribbly illustrations throughout her images.
Hi I'm Shayn! I am an illustrator with a B.A. in Media Arts from the University of South Carolina. I am currently based in Charleston, SC. I enjoy creating literary illustrations and stylized portraits. I also like to writing poetry, painting and sewing.
I'm a doula, designer, photographer, and writer in Richmond, Virginia. My niche is illustration work related to reproductive health. I run The Educated Birth, an online shop of birth educational materials, including Everyday Birth Magazine.
Hello, my name is Angel Ford and I'm an illustrator and designer based in St. Louis, Missouri. I love creating vibrant and colorful characters and environments. My work depicts diverse characters and stories, that promote positivity and awareness of racial and social issues.
Jaleel Hudson is a Freelance Illustrator in the UK who specializes in portraitures, especially of a diverse range. She is able to be versatile in her style to accommodate to a brief's specifications. Aside from portraiture, she also specialising in food and narrative illustration
"I’m a self-taught, multi-disciplinary, full time artist based in Columbus, OH. My art often consists of electric colors, unnatural skin tones, surrealism, afrofuturism, sex positivity, eroticism, and influences from the African diaspora."
"I am a Toronto based freelance Illustrator. I have a Bachelor Degree in Animation which has lead me to work on multiple projects such as: Reebok Animation industry - 2D Generalist artist Children’s Book’s Street Art"
Jerrard Scott Joseph ( Yusef Abdul Jaleel ) is a Production Artist located in Yonkers, New York. Yusef has over 20 years experience creating digital artwork for Print Production and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Electronic Design and Multimedia from the City College of New York.
I started my drawing skills since I was a child, and have evolved from creating illustrious works into becoming a passionate graphic designer. I designed a book cover, participated in art shows, designed logo and album covers. I am continuing my studies at Columbia Chicago IL
Sage Youngblood (she/her) is a visual artist, designer and illustrator based in Portland with experience in digital media, creative agencies—specifically with sports and entertainment clients—, food & beverage, and non-profit work. Inherently drawn to political and social issues, Sage is active in organizations centering queer POC experiences including Red Dot Campaign and New Women Space.
My name is John and I communicate visually. For me, Graphic Design is art with a purpose. I’m obsessed with the aesthetic expression of concepts and ideas and creating fascinating works that meet all visual communication needs. My best interests involve conceptualizing creative and systematic plans to solve creative problems. My end goal is to turn dreams and ideas into realistic revelations by designing with passion
I am a storyteller who shares my tale using the visual narrative as an avenue to express my feelings and to relate to the world around me. My hope is for my work to span cultural barriers and be accessible to any audience.
I’m am illustrator and designer currently based in Oakland, California. I graduated from Academy of Art University with a BFA in Illustration. I am currently a designer at Kaiser Permanente working on a wide range of projects.
I was born in Chicago, IL and I now reside in Indianapolis, IN. Ever since I could remember I’ve enjoyed the art of storytelling. It is my ultimate goal as an artist to create characters and illustrations that highlight the multiple facets of people of color.
I'm a vector-based illustrator with going on 12 years of experience that is deeply invested in creating a style that blends the Japanese anime aesthetic, video game and geek culture with my own voice and experiences as a 1-st generation black American.
As a designer, I strive to be effective. I desire for people to see my work and become curious. I achieve this by constantly analyzing designs, layouts, and questioning exactly what makes other pieces of work successful allows me to become more effective.
Mia Saine is a non-binary illustrator from Memphis, Tennessee. They specialize in commercial illustration, brand design, advertisement design, and environmental design. They enjoy normalizing, amplifying, and showcasing the empowerment and happiness of minorities.
I'm an illustrator & self- author from the south side of Chicago, and is currently in early production of my very own show involving black/poc werewolves. I enjoy creating vivid, colorful works of art! And is able to draw humans, animals, anthro's, & environmental backgrounds.
"Howdy! I'm Paris / PC in the meat world, Swagginmun online, born and raised in California, and dabbles in many of artistic trades! Of which includes, but is not limited to: illustration, graphic design, animation, storyboarding, and comic making!"
Accomplished illustrator with four years of freelance graphic art experience and strong proficiency with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign software. Demonstrated strengths in customer service, creating illustrative logos and cartoons, designing graphic images for screen printing, and identifying growth opportunities.
"Patek is a brazilian illustrator who uses a colorful flat-vector aesthetics to present afro themed illustrations showing Black People in a positive and cheerful way. Its all about diversity and representation."
Sam Viotty is a designer, creative strategist, and illustrator based in Washington DC. She is an Experience Design Associate on The Obama Foundation's Education Team where she uses design thinking to create opportunities for young people across the country.