Valentina was born in Cuneo, a small town near Turin, Italy. As a young child, she was always drawing and painting. She spent most of her time creating; she often missed her school bus because she did not want to leave her poor crayons and pencils at home. Valentina attended European Institute of Design and studied juvenile illustration. Recent projects include What Should We Do Today, Mommy?
by Michele Foote, The Emperor's New Clothes
, retold by Lynne Bradbury, Una Famiglia di Topi
by Agra Editrice, Mamma, ho 'linfolenza'!
by Miriam Dubini, and a cover created for leggere:tutti
ZERO is an alter ego created by Miguel Lima
, an artist and illustrator born in Lisbon. He has been developing his illustration art, as a multi-disciplinary artist who embraces new challenges, combining both hand-drawn and digital elements. He has participated in projects related with concept art, character design, animation, and editorial illustration. Among other distinctions, in 2013 he received an honorable mention in ETIC Ilustra_Lisboa
competition and was a selected finalist in Serco Prize for Illustration
2014 by Association Of Illustrators. He is represented by Way Art
Veronique Jacquart’s trendy designs sparkle with flair and a love for detail. In stores, on blogs, or at conventions, she finds the right inspiration for her expressive designs, which delight customers across the world. As a pattern designer, Veronique works mainly with dishware and home décor.
Award-winning designer Greg Call works in a variety of mediums, including acrylics, oils, watercolors, pen and ink, and sculpting. He is best known for his illustrations for science fiction novel series Starcatchers and Neverland books. At home with conceptual work, many clients turn to Greg to generate the visual ideas needed to get the project started. Clients include Disney, TOR, Time Warner, Harper-Collins, Penguin Putnam, Random House, Simon & Schuster, Moody, Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures, The National Football League, Capitol Records, Curb Records, Priority Records, A&M Records, Sega, Electronic Arts, Hasbro, just to name a few.
Murilo Maciel studied advertising at PUC-RS, Brazil and launched his career as an illustrator while living in London. In a very short period of time Murilo has been featured in many design magazines all over the world and worked with clients as Vodafone, BBH/London, Coca Coca, JWT Network, Digital Arts
magazine, Future Publishing, and April Group, Latin America's largest and most influential communications conglomerate. Through a mix of photography, hand-drawn elements, vector and texture, Murilo creates complex organic and colorful images with feeling and depth that fulfill the needs of his clients.
Kyle Dreier is part food photographer and part mad scientist. His dark past includes nefarious titles such as art director, graphic designer, and marketing director. Kyle describes himself as "driven, proactive, curious, and light-headed." His wife describes him as "sensitive, creative, considerate, mildly handsome." His three boys say he is "tall, strong, old, silly." When not working with fantastic clients, he lives in Franklin, Tennessee where he enjoys making crème brûlée for his beautiful wife Amy, wonderful boys Blake, Jacob, and Matthew, sweet dog, Bella, and the occasional fish.
Katie is an award-winning food stylist based in San Francisco, and she also works in New York, Los Angeles, nationally and internationally. She’s been styling for over a decade and has had a broad range of experiences, including joining the premiere season of Bravo TV's Top Chef
as Culinary Producer and competing in the first-ever Food Network Challenge for food stylists. Katie is an arts junkie, consummate world traveler, and is always up for adventure.