• HiFest - Sandra Dieckmann

    Sandra Dieckmann

    Sandra Dieckmann’s work mainly revolves around nature and wildlife, drifting, dreams and the things that touch her personally. A lot of her work is self iniated and sold online and through an extensive list of worldwide stockists. Sandra’s work has also been applied to a wide array of international commissions and projects, working with clients like Sky, Lily Cole, WWF, Andersen Press and Al Jazeera.

  • David Litchfield

    David Litchfield’s work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, books and on T-shirts. He has also exhibited his illustrations in both solo and group shows in the U.K, Europe and America. David’s first picture book ‘The Bear & The Piano’ will be published by Frances Lincoln in September 2015. Recent clients include Frances Lincoln, Faber & Faber, Aardman Animation and The Daily Telegraph

  • HiFest - Lauren Radley

    Lauren Radley

    Lauren Radley is a freelance illustrator and designer Lauren Radley, produces a range of beautifully illustrated products; from colourful prints and cards, to tea towels, tote bags, and lovingly painted ceramic jewellery. Clients include Ted Baker New York, Coffee Republic, Cancer Research UK and The National Trust.

  • Nobrow

    Nobrow works with talented illustrators from around the world to produce books, prints and other fine collectable objects. Known for publishing the works of Blexbolex, Luke Pearson, Jon McNaught, Jesse Moynihan and Ben Newman.  

  • HiFest - Dulcie Brown

    Dulcie Brown

    Dulcie Brown is an illustrator and artist who recently graduated from Kingston University Illustration/Animation 2014.

  • Zeel

    Zeel has worked as an editorial illustrator, comic artist, street artist, animation director and teacher since 1995. His work is concerned with telling stories through drawing and printmaking, or creating resonant effigies, or encapsulating ideas with simple icons.

  • HiFest - Matthew Pettit

    Matthew Pettit

    Matthew Pettit is an illustrator currently based in Kingston. He will be showcasing his own work and a mixture of the books published by Jazz Dad – works from artists like Ed Cheverton, Jack Teagle, Disa Wallander and Nick Edwards.

  • Nick Morely

    Nick Morely (aka Linocut Boy) is an illustrator based in Margate. His prints have been exhibited worldwide and featured on the BBC and in The Guardian. Print your own anti-Christmas cards Choose from one of Nick’s linocut designs and print it using an Adana press. Then add your own anti-Christmas message inside using rubber stamps – £2.50 a go.

  • Wrap

    Wrap magazine is a celebration of illustration, design and creative culture, putting the spotlight on some of the best artists from around the world. Each issue includes five double-sided sheets of wrapping paper.