Cory Jespersen

Cory Jespersen is a graphic designer and illustrator from Portland, Oregon, United States. For over 12 years, he’s run the gamut of clients, including Kroger, Fred Meyer, PetSmart, Person Group, and Audigy Group. His skill set is vast, but his greatest expertise revolves around the worlds of print design, environment design, brand identity, illustration, and digital media. His wish is to combine his knowledge and experience in these areas to deliver the best creative to Audigy Members and audiences.
Cory is also an award-winning illustrator and oil painter.

Paul Lehr (1930 - 1998)

Paul Lehr was born in White Plains, New York in 1930. He dominated science fiction covers in the mid-1960s into the 1970s. Lehr studied illustration at the prestigious Pratt Institute. He contributed significantly to the distinctively imaginative style of SF art during that era, which for some represents the peak of the form's long history. As American publishers came to prefer more realistic art in the 1980s, Lehr focused instead on covers for the sf magazines Analog, Omni, Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction, and Weird Tales as well as covers for foreign publishers. 

Edward Blair Wilkins

Edward Blair Wilkins is a science fiction covers illustrator. In the late seventies he published covers for Perry Rhodan Publisher. In 1980 and 1981 Wilkins illustrated several science fiction Netherland novels. In 1984 he contributed to several volumes for Perry Rhodan Publisher at Holland. In 1986 one of his illustrations was used to publish the Atlan-Heftes magazine cover.

Boris Vallejo (1941)

Boris Vallejo was born in Lima, Peru, in 1941. Vallejo works almost exclusively in the fantasy and erotic genres. His paintings have graced the covers of dozens of science fiction paperbacks and are featured in a series of best-selling glossy calendars. Subjects of his paintings are typically sword and sorcery gods, monsters, and well-muscled male and female barbarians engaged in battle. Some of his male figures were modeled by Vallejo himself, and many of his later female characters were modeled by his wife. His latest works still retain heavy fantasy elements, but lean more towards the erotic rather than pure fantasy themes.

Seung-Eun Kim (1976)

Seung-Eun Kim was born in United States in 1976. He is an artist, director and animator and a three-time Emmy nominee. Seung Kim has been employed in the field of animation since 1996. Kim worked on Godzilla, Starship Troopers, The Jackie Chan Adventures, The Spider-Man, The Batman TV Series (2003-2005), The Boondocks and more.

Kim Hyeong Seung

Kim Hyeong Seung was born in Seoul, South Korea and he is an illustrator and concept artist who has created designs for TERA.

Tuomas Korpi (1985)

Tuomas Korpì was born in 1985 and currently lives in Espoo, Finland. He is an illustrator, production designer and matte and has worked professionally in entertainment and advertising industry since 2005. Before, Korpi studied architecture at Helsinki University of Technology
For the last three years he's worked as an illustrator, designer and visual director at Studio Piñata, a Helsinki based animation and illustration studio. 

Axel Torvenius (1979)

Axel Torvenius was born in Uppsala, Sweden, in 1979. He's been studying art in Småland for 2 years, animation for 2 years in Eksjö and informative illustration at Mälardalen´s University in Eskilstuna for three years. Since then he has been employed as a Concept Artist at the Swedish game developer Starbreeze. When not being in the office, he tries to be as creative as he can with his own projects and artworks.

Robb Mommaerts (1976)

Robb Mommaerts was born in United States in 1976. He is an illustrator, character designer, graphic designer and a newbie to the comics industry. Working for Cryptozoic Entertainment, he recently illustrated their newly released game, Food Fight. A story contributor to IMAGE Comic’s Popgun Volume 3, Robb was also the cover artist to APE Comics and Dreamworks Animation’s SHREK comic book series. 

Roberto Innocenti (1940)

Roberto Innocenti was born in Bagno a Ripoli, Florence (Italy), in 1940.
Self-taught, Roberto began as a designer at an animation studio, also was salesman in an art gallery and advertising designer. He illustrated Eta Hoffmann, Charles Perrault, Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens and Christophe Gallaz texts, among other great authors. His work was published in many countries. Innocenti was awarded with the Golden Apple in Bratislava Biennial of Illustration, the Silver Medal of the Illustrators Society in New York, and Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2008.

Michele Del Campo (1976)

Michele Del Campo was born in Sannicandro Garganico, Italy, in 1976. He has the titles of Fine Arts, specializing in Artes Plásticas at Complutense University of Madrid and Bachelor of Design (Honours) Degree in Illustration, University of Dundee, UK.
The vibrant and energetic paintings of Del Campo are pure observations of people and the world they live. Whether walking down the street or relaxing in a hot Mediterranean beach.

Eric Scala

Eric Scala was born in Paris, France. Graduate from Ecole Nationale Superieure Arts Décoratifs, Paris (Animation Video). Oil Painter since 1986. Discover computer in 2000. 2002 infography price at Visions du Futur (Paris), in 2004 selected for Spectrum 11.
Sala Likes to paint women, some journalist called his style "neoraphaelite".

eric scala illustration

Didier Graffet (1970)

Didier Graffet was born near Lyon, France, in 1970. He attended at Cohl School in Lyon, which specializes in illustration, cartoons and animations. In 1994, he began his current occupation as an independent illustrator.
In 2002, he received the Art & Fact 2002 and the audience award Visions of the Future 2002. In 2003, he received the Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire for his illustrations of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne from Gründ Publishing which was a bestseller in March. In 2009, he exhibited at the Maison d'Ailleurs in Switzerland.

Chris Foss (1945)

Chris Foss was born in 1946 on Guernsey in the Channel Islands, England. He's a British artist and science fiction illustrator. He is best known for his science fiction book covers and the black and white illustrations for the original editions of The Joy of Sex.
Foss's evocative science fiction book covers pioneered a much-imitated style featuring vast, colourful spaceships, machines and cities, often marked with mysterious symbols. Human figures are usually absent. These images are suggestive of science fiction in general rather than depictions of specific scenes from books, and therefore can be used interchangeably on book covers.

Pat Perry

Pat Perry was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States. He currently lives and works itinerantly in the USA, spending his time drawing, painting, playing, writing, and recording what's left of the wild world. Although he is happy to be able to speak and have an audience through his artwork, he does his best everyday to listen and learn from the world he fell into during this rather peculiar and brief moment in history.

Harley Brown (1939)

Harley Brown was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1939. He is a Western painter and sculptor of figures and domestic animals. He started selling his drawings door to door, while supplementing his income by playing piano professionally. Ready for a change, Harley, his wife, and young son moved to England, where he studied art for two years and began making a name for himself in western art. It was at this time that he was commissioned to paint Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Returning to Canada in 1966, Harley struggled to get his work accepted by galleries and finally held his first solo exhibition of seventy paintings at the Montana State Historical Society in 1973. It was a sell-out exhibition. Today, Harley has garnered an impressive following and continues to create his amazing works.

Robert McGinnis (1926)

Robert McGinnis was born in Cincinnati, Ohio (United States) and he's an illustrator. McGinnis is known for his illustrations of over 1200 paperback book covers, and over 40 movie posters, including Breakfast at Tiffanys (his first film poster assignment), Barbarella, and several James Bond and Matt Helm films.
Robert illustrated more than 40 movie posters and also creates gallery-quality paintings from his own imagination and depicting such favorite subjects as alluring ladies, tranquil nature scenes, and Old West scenes

Frank Kelly Freas (1922 - 2005)

Frank Kelly Freas was Born in Hornell, New York (United States) in 1922. The fantasy magazine Weird Tales published the first cover art by Freas on its November 1950. Over the next five decades, he created covers for hundreds of books and magazines (and much more interior artwork), notably Astounding Science Fiction both before and after its title change to Analog.
Freas was commissioned to paint the Skylab I insignia design and posters promoting the space program (used by NASA and now hanging in the Smithsonian Institution).

Arthur William Brown (1881 - 1966)

Arthur William Brown was born in Canada in 1881. By 1929 he had become a millionaire through his work as an illustrator for the "Saturday Evening Post, American Magazine, Redbook and almost every other magazine of importance in the United States." The vast majority of Brown's work was in pencil, though ink and color wash began appearing in his kit from the early 30s.

Philippe Bouchet "Manchu" (1956)

Philippe Bouchet born at Cholet, Maine-et-Loire, France, better known as Manchu, is a science-fiction illustrator. Manchu participated in the making of the series "Once upon a time...Man", "Once upon a time...Space" and "Ulises 31".
Science [Fiction], his first book, came out in 2002. The second, Starship[s], in 2010, both published by Editions Delcourt as part of their 'Serie B' books. The core of both books is Manchu's cover illustrations for science fiction novels.

Omar Ortiz (1977)

Omar Ortiz was born in 1977 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. In 2002 he attended his first oil paint classes with the artist Carmen Alarcón, who he considers his main teacher. Ortiz currently works with oil painting because he considers it the noblest technique.
His work is characterized as minimalistic - hyperrealism where the human body is predominate whit texture-filled backgrounds and a magical use of fabric. “His paintings act like intimate pieces, trapped in themselves, outside of space and context”. He has showed in Mexico, Spain, Netherlands and London.

Zdzisław Beksiński (1929 - 2005)

Zdzisław Beksiński was born in Sanok, Poland in 1929. Beksiński executed his paintings and drawings either in what he called a 'Baroque' or a 'Gothic' manner. The first style is dominated by representation, with the best-known examples coming from his fantastic realism period when he painted disturbing images of a surrealistic, nightmarish environment. The second style is more abstract, being dominated by form, and is typified by Beksiński's later paintings.

Chris Moore (1947)

Chris Moore was born in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England in 1947, particularly noted for his book covers, especially in the field of science fiction. He’s also worked in advertising, designed record sleeves, and provided concept art for the likes of Stanley Kubrick and George Lucas. His tie-in wallpaper designs for The Empire Strikes Back graced many a Star Wars fan’s bedroom.
His work has even been launched into space, when he was commissioned by the Isle of Man Postal Service to incorporate his jacket art from Arthur C Clarke’s 2001 into a special First Day Cover, an example of which was signed in orbit by the crew of the NASA shuttle.

Vincent Di Fate (1945)

Vincent Di Fate was born in Yonkers, New York, United States in 1945. He was an artist specialized in science fiction and fantasy illustration. He was inducted by the Science Fiction Hall of Fame on June 25, 2011. Di Fate studied at the Phoenix School of Design in New York City and received his MA in Illustration at Syracuse University.
He broke into speculative fiction pulp magazines with illustrations for three different stories in the August 1969 issue of Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, edited by John W. Campbell, and did his first cover illustration for the November issue. Di Fate won the Hugo Award for Best Professional Artist at the 1979 World Science Fiction Convention.

Edvige Faini

Edvige Faini was born in Milan, Italy. She is a concept artist who works internationally for the entertainment industry. Edvige graduated from the European Institute of Design in Milan with a degree in visual communication and illustration. After her degree she also studied fine art at the Academy of Brera in Milan and photographic techniques at the Forma Foundation for Photography. Now she's working for Ubisoft Singapore.