Leandro Castelao

It’s easy to see how Leandro’s initial pencil-to-paper techniques influence his final work. While they are super clean digital designs, they maintain the flow and movement of an image that has had it’s curves and corners discovered by hand.
— Ape On The Moon

LEANDRO CASTELAO

Originally from Buenos Aires, Leandro moved his studio to Greenpoint, Brooklyn in Summer 2014. 

He has picked up numerous awards in the graphic arts working with clients such as United Airlines, Mercedes Benz, Google, Citibank, Der Beers and Emirates.

From concept to delivery, Leandro works in a variety of sectors and disciplines. He has created content for film, animation, branding, graphic design, illustration, infographics, art direction, exhibitions and products. All created with a sensitivity to his own signature style.

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SHOUT

Shout is one of the most innovative, receptive, and efficient illustrators in the business. He consistetly meets the challenges of illustrating very difficult pieces requiring strong and intelligent conceptual visual solutions. Shouts work is consistently terrific!
— Christine Curry, Illustration editor at The New Yorker

ALESSANDRO GOTTARDO AKA SHOUT

Alessandro Gottardo aka SHOUT was born in Pordenone in 1977. He studied at a specialist art high school in Venice and in the Illustration department of the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan.

He has won many international awards, particularly in the United States. These include the most prestigious international accolade in the illustration fields like gold and silver medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication Designer. He also serves on the Board of Directors, Special Committee in the Society of illustrators New York.

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Ping Zhu

Ping Zhu

'I came to New York to visit a few art directors and see if I could really hustle like an illustrator. One of the places I visited was the New York Times when Leanne Shapton was still there. The day before I left, she asked me to do the Letters piece, and that was my first encounter with the real illustration world. Someone gave me money to do what I wanted to do, and it was amazing.'