As a long-time feminist activist/organizer with a strong interest in art and design, Angi has long imagined combining those passions, which lead to the birth of her shop--Radiant Beautiful Things--earlier this year. Angi's main design influences are typography and American traditional tattoo design, and her primary products are enamel pins with a variety of feminist, anti-capitalist, and queer messages. She lives in Michigan with her two partners and two kids, and you can check out her shop on Etsy and on Instagram.
A former magazine editor, Rosemary left the corporate world to be a full-time creative entrepreneur in 2014. She now works as a freelance writer, graphic designer and art director in Little Rock, Arkansas. She's an editor at the popular YA book blog, Forever Young Adult, and her commercial and editorial work has been featured across the United States and in Canada. Her favorite things include but are not limited to: weekends in New Orleans, kitschy tiki bars, book club, her husband, Aaron, and her cocker spaniel, Lula. Follow her on Instagram or Twitter, if you feel so inclined.
Tyler Feder is an artist whose work explores big feelings, intersectional feminism, and pop culture. Her illustrations have been featured by the Huffington Post, Refinery29, Glamour, and Mindy Kaling's instagram. When she's not making art, Tyler enjoys milky coffee, jigsaw puzzles, and smushing her face into her cat's fuzzy tummy! Follow her on instagram and buy her non-sticker doodles at roaringsoftly.com.
Raised on a steady TV diet of Children's Television Workshop programming, Rachel Breeden developed an early affection for bold graphics, bright colors, and supergraphic stripes. She grew up in a creative home surrounded by her dad's art school paintings; though he never worked in the arts, his otherwordly pieces were imprinted on her psyche from an early age. As a self-taught artist, Rachel followed her passion for retro-inspired design through many different mediums before finding her home in digital art. It's here that she finally found a way to get her work out of her brain and into the world through her creative brand Circa 78 Designs. Follow along on Instagram.
Barlena is an Austria-based graphic designer and illustrator with a love for pastel colors and fine black lines. Her artworks usually start with paper and pencil and get their final touches on PC. Besides creating new artworks, she loves to read magazines and books, bake cakes and dance around to her favourite songs. Even though she grew up in a small town, her heart beats for big cities. Follow her on Instagram or Society 6.
Lucia Picerno Is a London based Graphic Designer and Illustrator. Born and raised in Uruguay, she became a Londoner 4 years ago when she moved to study her MA at Goldsmiths University of London.
She started Badass Femme because she wanted to use her art skills to spread femme positive messages to the world. Her artwork is bold and colorful, mostly featuring badass women and using pattern and type.
She can most often be found drawing on her new iPad, but she still does a lot of old school real brush work whenever she has some spare time. She has a passion for making gif stickers for Instagram stories and her gifs have been seen more than 150 million times. You can see more of her work on Instagram , and see and use her stickers on Instagram and snapchat by searching @badasfemme on the GIPHY search bar.
Megan has been working as a professional illustrator since 2006. In addition to creating beautiful watercolor pet portraits and traveling the craft fair circuit - Megan designs graphics, illustrations, and textiles for a variety of clients including Chronicle Books, Maximum Fun, Meowbox, and Tea Collection. When she isn't painting cats, she enjoys looking at animals in predicaments, drinking coffee, and sitting on her porch when the weather is pleasant. In addition to being an artist, she is a lifelong cat lover - her first word was "kitty." Her current work is created in Milwaukee, WI alongside her husband and 3 mischievous cats
Miss McGeek was born in a little corner of the online gaming community known as Twitch. There, she quietly began creating emotes (channel-specific emojis) for the Canadian streamer Halifax and the wider community. Slowly, she began to branch out into other formats, dabbling in t-shirts, stickers and general branding. Inspired by the deceptively simple work of Aaron Draplin and often constrained within a 112x112px frame, she strives to create bold mini-masterpieces with a clear narrative.
My name is Jennifer Dahbura freelance illustrator, I was born in El Salvador, in a small but beautiful city called Santa Ana. I have always been in love with drawing since I was a little girl, I remember that I used to draw portraits of all my mom’s friends, also my aunts. That was my first connection with the female body drawing. Also I was always fascinated by myths, legends, and folktales. One of the principal things that inspires me is music. It has a big impact on me, a lot of sounds that play with my feelings, quotes that I cannot take out of my head. I see my work as a tribute to the ones who are around me also right now i'm working on my own brand.
Diane Scaman is a photographer + designer in Calgary, AB, Canada, largely focusing on home textiles and prints. She can most often be found experimenting with a combination of watercolour, acrylic paint, and digital painting in her little home surrounded by her 2 cats and snacks o' plenty :) Follow her on Instagram or at www.frankieprintco.com.
Claire Whaite is the ultimate girlboss. She started back in 2005 making button badges with a child’s badge maker in a friend’s spare room. She’s now kickin’ ass, with a 22-strong team of girls and guys making up her lifestyle brand, Punky Pins. Claire has recently teamed up with some big names, including Hello Kitty, Mel Stringer and Introvert Doodles to bring some ah-mazing enamel pins, patches and jewellery to the world. Check out her work right here, follow her on Insta, Twitter & Facebook.
Gabriela Kochanowski is an Illustrator based in Los Angeles. She studied at Laguna College of Art and Design and obtained her BFA in Illustration with an emphasis in Entertainment in December of 2016. This past year Gabriela had the opportunity to work for Global Inheritance to redesign a recycling bin for Coachella. Styles of art that she loves creating are silly designs that make people smile and layering paper to create traditional artworks. If you would like to see more artwork from Gabriela you can check out her website or follow her on Instagram.
Katherine Liu is a designer and illustrator studying and living in the Bay Area. She loves making short travel films, playing the ukulele, and reading books of all kinds. Other obsessions include doodling and writing, and publishing zines about things like happiness and loneliness. You can see more of her work on her website, blog, or Instagram.
Claudia E Berger is a New York City-based cartoonist and illustrator. She makes comics about mental health, mythology, and houseplants, and likes to focus on the mundane. When she isn't thinking about science fiction or what tattoo she should get next, she tries to find time to bake as much bread as possible. You can follow her on her instagram, twitter, or tumblr.
Ashley is an illustrator and graphic designer in Los Angeles who works to express hope and encouragement to the people propelling our social movements forward. She also loves to draw girls eating and enjoying noodles. Her work is inspired by the incredible womxn who fight against injustice in all forms. Her editorial illustrations have been seen on Broadly, Lenny Letter, GOOD Magazine, and Brooklyn Mag.
Maia Boakye is an Undergraduate student in Canada studying to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Studies. Inspired by the unusual and symbiotic interactions between people and their environments she creates colorful, contemporary visuals and writes whimsical poems, constantly challenging herself to experiment with different styles and media. In her free time, Maia loves to take nature walks, take photos of pretty flowers and eat blood oranges. Check out her website, Instagram, and Tumblr.
Alma Sheppard-Matsuo is a queer hāfu artist - illustrator, printmaker and educator from Brooklyn NY. They split their time as a freelance artist working for such organizations as the People's Climate Movement, Bread & Puppet Theater and the War Resister's League. As an educator, Alma has taught in a number of schools and creative arts education programs from NYC, to Minneapolis MN to Kolkata, India. In the classroom, they use art to explore topics like living wage, gender expression and food deserts. You can follow them on instagram or facebook or support their work on patreon.