Introducing Illustration Age’s Newest Contributors!

Here at Illustration Age, we take pride in our stellar team of Editors who seek out the latest and greatest art and artists to share with you on a regular basis. Today we’re very excited to announce two NEW contributors who will help us expand and round out the site from here on out. Please welcome our two newest Editors and visit their websites to see their own amazing work.

Kyle T. Webster

Illustrator for The New Yorker, NY Times, The Atlantic, TIME, ESPN, Wall St. Journal, Washington Post, Scholastic, HMH, etc. // Mobile Game and App Developer with numerous games featured by Apple // Designer of over 100 logos for local, regional, and multi-national businesses // O.D.G. –



Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson has been creating award winning illustration for major ad & design companies for the last 20 years. His characters have appeared on everything from postage stamps to billboards, snack packaging to chilli bottles. Most recently Steve picked up a bell at The Institute of Creative Advertising & Design (ICAD) awards for his Inferno Chilli label design. Steve also won gold in the Association of Illustrators (UK) Images 32 for his Pure Pie branding and has regularly had work accepted for The Society of Illustrators (NY), 3×3 Mag awards, Applied Arts, Communication Arts & American Illustration. –

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Author:Thomas James

Creative Director of Illustration Age and Illustrator for The New York Times, Pentagram, WIRED, Buzzfeed, and more. Website / Instagram

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2 Comments on “Introducing Illustration Age’s Newest Contributors!”

  1. September 25, 2012 at 10:28 am #

    Kyle/Steve, Welcome to the jungle.

  2. October 2, 2012 at 2:54 pm #

    Welcome welcome!


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