Bruno Mangyoku is a French animation director & illustrator, working for various studios, in the field of advertising and short-films.
Evan Palmer is a cartoonist and illustrator living in Minneapolis, MN. By day, he is an animation and media producer at PUNY. By night he creates stories about wizards, cats, and food. He is currently in development of his first animated pilot for Cartoon Network and is trying not to freak out about it.
Jean de Wet
Jean de Wet is a visual artist based in Cape Town South Africa. After working mainly as a commercial illustrator for some years, Jean went on to focus more on exploring the line between fine art and illustration. Often creating large complex drawings with loose interweaving narrative structures, his work has been exhibited and published both locally and internationally, including Nowbrow, NYTimes, Design Indaba, Warren Editions and Cartoon Network. Jean also self-publishes many comics and zines from his home studio in Cape Town
Jonathan Djob Nkondo
Jonathan Djob Nkondo is a French illustrator and 2D animator based in London.
Marcus Marritt currently lives in the UK having spent the past 4 years jumping between Australia and New Zealand. A love of 60s and 70s sci fi and Russian vintage art is often reflected in the graphical style of his work. having exhibited in gallery shows in London, Sydney and LA. Marcus is now focusing on mixing his own work with commission projects
Matt Rockefeller is an illustrator and visual development artist currently studying illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Born in Tucson, Arizona, he escaped the desert heat by delving into the worlds of comics, animation, and video games, and has found them a source of inspiration in his art.
Robert Ball is a London based designer and illustrator who has worked for the likes of BBC, Sky, Sony, Wired Magazine, The National Gallery and the V&A. Robert exists on a strict diet of white fish. Preferably battered with a ton of chips.
Thomas Rouzière is a Paris based illustrator and graphic designer. He farms his universe on a daily basis, making his art and characters grow inside his sketchbook.
Tom Haugomat was born in Paris in 1985. He quickly became interested in drawing and in its narrative potential. After one year of studying the history of art and archaeology, he began his artistic path. It is at the school of Gobelins that he realized a passion for image in movement. There he met Bruno Mangyoku, a talented cartoonist with whom the conception of the short films Jean-François (Arte, on 2509) and Pest( Arte on 2013) were made. He hopes to continue to develop a career in illustration and direct cartoon movies by mixing techniques.
Victorin Ripert is 22, and currently studies animation in Angoulème (France), after already having graduated in graphic design. He's fond of alternative illustration and animation.
Vincent Tsui is a French student in Animation at Gobelins, l’école de l’image. In his spare time he is working as a graphic designer for Linkulture. He also co-founded Tiny Teepee, with his best friend Debora Cruchon. And mostly, he never forgets his huge love for cats and watermelon.