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Illustrator - Toronto
Valerie Oba illustrated “Les Intouchables” with her clean and angular style. Check out her blog.
Illustrator - North Yorkshire
Lynne illustrated the Harry Potter episode. Check out her blog!
Ana Maria Hermida
Illustrator - Bogota
Ana Maria is a filmaker and illustrator. She did the fun and abstract illustrations for the “Y Tu Mama Tambien” episode. Check out her blog!
Illustrator - Québec
Michele is a wonderful illustrator from Québec. She did the delightful illustrations for the “L’auberge espagnole” episode. Check out her site!
Illustrator - Barcelona
Cristina is a talented illustrator from Barcelona. Her drawings for the “Lost in Translation” episode were awesome!. Check out her blog.
Illustrator - NYC
Andrew is a talented illustrator, born and raised in NYC. He lent a hand for our Ocean’s Eleven episode. Check out his work!
Illustrator - Sheffield
Hannah is a talented illustrateur from Sheffield in the UK. She contributed her slick drawings to the Before Midnight episode. Check out her blog
Illustrator - Oakland
Dawline lives in Oakland, CA – which just happens to be the setting of the movie she illustrated.
Check out her blog!
Illustrator - New Jersey
June lives in New Jersey and loves to draw – she illustrated the Godfather episode
Illustrator - Sydney
Jessica is an Australian illustrator who challenged herself to draw one illustration a day for a year. Check out her blog!
Illustrator - Singapore
Mandy is a student from Singapore whose passion has always been drawing. She contributed her beautiful illustrations for the Groundhog Day episode. Check out her blog.
Illustrator - Brooklyn
Luna brought her quirky style to illustrate the Wes Anderson movie she suggested for episode 4. You should definitely
check out her blog
Illustrator - Edinburgh
Maggie is Charlie’s sister, but more importantly, she’s an incredible illustrator. She contributed the drawings for the third episode.
Illustrator - Paris
Anna illustrated the first episode, as well as the logo and ‘the premise’ illustration. She’s awesome
check out her blog