Welcome to the second in our new series of posts highlighting tweeting illustrators (we’ll call them “Twillustrators”). Artists who make good use of social media to promote their work. There are many tweeting illustrators, it’s mind boggling, in each of our ongoing series we will hand pick three that stand out from the crowd. As well as being talented visual communicators they all make good use of social media, self initiated projects and blogging to promote themselves and their work. Enjoy…
Kate Slater is a freelance illustrator in London. Clients include Andersen Press, Random House, Frances Lincoln Publishers, Passion Pictures, Zig ad agency, the Guardian, Fast Company magazine and Verde magazine among others. Kate’s first children’s book, ‘Magpie’s Treasure’ was published in October by Andersen Press.
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Born in Oldenburg , Germany 1983. Sandra moved to London in 2002 in search of new adventures and further education. She grew up in Germany in a tiny village surrounded by nature and believes that her versatile approach to creating images stems from her childhood. Sandra currently lives and works in East London and is very content with her friends and her cat Little Crumb by her side and is waiting for you to hire her colourful services.
Sandra published a children’s book in 2009 entitled ‘The Bumble Bear & The Grizzly Bee’… buy it here.
In 2010 she devised two illustration projects Haus Stories and If I Was You, which are both currently open for submissions.
Sandra also runs this project: creaturecuriosity.wordpress.com and is collaborating with Jamie (below) on a series of illustrations: www.society6.com/studio/endangeredanimalsseries
Find Sandra here:
Jamie is studying illustration at the university of Gloucestershire and looking to get involved in as many projects as he possibly can. His Twitter account states: “Drawing animals to prevent the apocalypse”.
He says: Currently, my work seems to be about mountains – nature, generally, plays a very big part in my drawings as does geometry. I like quite fine, textured pencil work mixed in with big, simple, colourful shapes which, ideally would be screen printed. And bears. I really like bears. (courtesy of http://illustrationrally.blogspot.com/)
Jamie has been working on a 365 project: http://jamiemilk365days.blogspot.com/ bloggin new artwork and inspirations everyday. He is also and is collaborating with Sandra (above) on a series of endangered animal illustrations: www.society6.com/studio/endangeredanimalsseries
Find Jamie here: