Peggy Wolf

10 January 2012

Peggy Wolf grew up in Germany and studied fashion design there, before graduating to work for an art gallery, a trend-consulting company, a freelance illustrator for magazines… and currently, in interior design. She found her true passion for illustration by way fashion; happier not to dress, but rather to draw, paint and collage artfully-clad women, using her strong eye for color, and a bold use of line and juxtaposed texture. On a whim, she moved to London, where she now lives.

Jon Arne Berg

08 January 2012

Jon Arne Berg from Oslo, Norway. Thanks for the email.

Ricardo Cavolo

22 December 2011

Hands-down, my new favorite illustrator, Ricardo Cavolo was born in Salamanca (Spain) and now lives in Madrid. His style is a fantastic mélange of religious art, Russian criminal tattoos, South American flora, nautical themes, and naïve/outsider art. Quite the mix, with a great sense of humor. Be sure to also check out his online diary and Flickr.

Gutiërrez

06 December 2011

Sebastián Cáceres a.k.a Gutiërrez is a graphic designer and photographer from Montevideo, Uruguay.

Yker Moreno

01 December 2011




Design, illustration, and motion work from Brooklyn’s Yker Moreno.

Rob Bailey

30 November 2011





Rob Bailey launched his new site today.

Junyi Wu

21 November 2011

Beautiful illustration work sent in by Junyi Wu from LA.

Kustaa Saksi updates

18 November 2011

Amsterdam-based Kustaa Saksi updates his site. Thanks for the email.

Counter-Print is launching their first ever book, ‘Robert Samuel Hanson: 140 Colour Images‘. The book is a monograph focusing on the stunning output of Eight:48‘s cover illustrator Robert Samuel Hanson and is available to purchase online through Counter-Print.

Tsto update

15 November 2011

Good friend and past TSA contributor, Antti Uotila, wrote to let us know Tsto updated with a new site and new work. The company is made up of Uotila and five of his close friends from The University of Art and Design in Helsinki, now known as Aalto University. And in case you were wondering, Tsto is short for ‘office’ in Finnish.