Fiona Finn (She/They)
Fiona Finn Teo a.k.a. FYONAFINN is a Bristol-based multi-disciplinary creative with a focus on lettering, typography, printmaking and streetwear design. Her main body of work documents the human condition, pop and sub cultures, with a dash of her Singaporean-Chinese heritage and personal values.
We’re big fans of Fiona’s work as it’s a perfect blend of pop-culture and politics.
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Phoebe Taylor (They/Them)
Phoebe Taylor is a queer, non-binary illustrator based in Devon, UK. They create digital illustrations surrounding queer relationships and identity. They love to make LGBTQ+ folks feel seen, with an aim to represent queerness in different bodies and forms, to show queerness and gender expression in a way they didn’t see growing up.
We love Phoebe’s work as their illustrations are full of such colour and joy, they never fail to brighten our day.
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Zac Rossiter (he/him)
Zac is a freelance illustrator currently working from his attic in Headingley. After graduating in Illustration in 2020, he fell in love with depicting local scenes as it made him feel more grounded and aware of his community. His work is influenced by his colour blindness. He struggles to differentiate yellow and green, blue and purple and pink, gray or white, but he feels this unique perspective helps him paint more intuitively. As a gay man, he has a special interest in featuring LGBTQ+ spaces in his prints as well as working with local charities for fundraising and awareness events.
We’re fans of Zac’s work as we loving seeing our favourite local spaces depicted in such a unique way. His work highlights why these spaces are so special to us here in Leeds.
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Alice Needham (she/they)
Alice is a queer British illustrator currently based in Leeds, UK. Alice specialises in digital illustration and mural work, and has a range of experience from creating work for large-scale print, to working with fashion brands to create in-house illustration styles. Her work focuses on bold colours and design styles, taking inspiration from 70’s super-graphics, Greek mythology, and Scandi folk art. Alice is passionate about raising awareness around social issues and movements such as intersectional feminism, LGBTQ+ rights, and more.
We love Alice’s ceramic pieces as well as her inclusive illustrations that showcase all body types in an inspiring way.
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Arthur Kearns (They/them)
Arthur is a 2020 illustration graduate from Birmingham City University. They love drawing cats doing things and characters wearing fun clothes. They previously worked only in black and white, but since trying out procreate they’ve have fallen back in love with colouring, and enjoy using warm and bright colours. They have a wonderful Etsy shop where they sell prints of their work, and they hope to illustrate children’s books in the future.
We’re big fans of Arthur’s autumnal colour palette and they way they play around with proportions in their characters. The unrefined nature of the pencil lines in their artwork adds a unique and playful touch to their illustrations.
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