The Behance Network is an online portfolio platform for creative professionals across multiple industries, including photography, graphic design, illustration, and fashion.
In the following round-up we have listed a collection of the the site’s most popular and a few of our personal favourite illustrators. Enjoy!

Alex Andreev

 



Alex Andreev is an artist living in Saint – Petersburg and one of my alltime favorite. He is drawing, painting and doing graphic design over last 20 years.

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Jonathan Ball

 


Jonathan Ball is a freelance illustrator and designer from little old wales, which is tidily tucked away in a corner of the UK. He loves to draw and is eager for you to pay him for his efforts. This helps feed his family and a small flock of sheep.

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Rod Hunt

 


Rod Hunt is a London based Illustrator & artist who has built a reputation for retro tinged Illustrations & detailed character filled landscapes for UK & international clients spanning publishing, design, advertising & new media, for everything from book covers to advertising campaigns, theme park maps & even the odd large scale installation too!

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Rob Christianson

 


Rob Christianson has been a professional designer for over 10 years with experience designing point of sale displays, banners, event signage, posters, CD packaging, DVD menus, labels and wraps, brochures, booklets and direct mail pieces. He’s also been known to design Web sites, online banners and HTML emails.

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Jan Vranovský

 


Jan Vranovský: freelance graphic designer and co-founder of visualscream™, a multidisciplinary graphic studio located in Prague, Czech Republic, focused on brand and visual identity design.

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Noper

 


Noper is a Romanian illustrator with a thing for animation. He currently lives in Bucharest and works as an art director with an advertising agency. In his early career he often found himself juggling with various illustration styles, but his more mature work clearly underlines his passion to create fabulous and bizarre characters and worlds. His final works are always elaborated, always yearning to be watched thoroughly in order to discover all the details. He finds his muses in every-day life, be it a funny event or a month-old frustration. That’s why the majority of his surreal characters often are a “day to day” satirical quotation. He never plans or sketches a drawing, but prefers to pump every bit of his spontaneous creativity on any type of canvas he has in front: a piece of paper, a tablet, a wall or a napkin. This is how every work gets an organic, unique feeling. He goes by the motto “If I see it, maybe I’ll feel it. But if I feel it, fuck I’ll draw it”.

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People Too

 


Great paper-cardboard illustrations from Russian studio People Too. This is accurate work with many tinest details that you can look closer but you miss it at the first time, because what you see is the real illustration, beautiful picture and design in details. I like these people even more because they not only make incredible small installations, but create the atmosphere with the help of right light.

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Glenn Jones

 



Glenn Jones is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Auckland, New Zealand. Glenn from NZ = GLENNZ. He’s worked in the design industry for over 18 years focusing on packaging, corporate identity and illustration. After success designing tees on Threadless.com he started his own range of T-shirts at GLENNZ TEES www.glennz.com.

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Michael Kutsche

 


Michael Kutsche is an award-winning German artist based in Los Angeles, California. He is a self taught artist who works both in traditional and digital media. His work is best described as an astoundingly lifelike depiction of parallel realities, populated by odd characters reminiscent of movies, comics but also Flemish Renaissance Painting.
His unique approach of imaginative character creation has led him to become a character designer on Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland”, “John Carter of Mars”, directed by Andrew Stanton and “Thor”, directed by Kenneth Branagh. Parallel to his career in the film industry he still keeps track of his own projects, including paintings for future exhibitions, book projects etc.

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Sam Loman

 



Sam Loman (1983) studied Illustration at the academy of arts in Rotterdam the Netherlands and received her Bachelor of Design in January 2005. A year before her graduation she started her own design business. First as an illustrator but soon she extended her creative skills with graphic design, photography, product design and writing children and non-fiction books. Sam has a broad experience and worked for many clients l ike: all kinds of magazines, book publishers (children as well as adult literature), companies who develop stationery, cards, kitchen- & tableware, clothes and baby products.

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I really hope you enjoyed this post. Have a great week! 😉

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