All artists are available for independent freelance hire
as well as collective-wide collaborative endeavors.
MOLLY BLYTH-OLSEN / ILLUSTRATOR + PAINTER
They transfer their love of animals, plants, and architecture into their illustrations, and some of their favorite subject matters are horses and birds, poppies and cacti, and Victorian houses. Their favorite mediums are pen & ink and watercolor, and dabbling in abstract expressionism with their oil paints in the margins. When they are out of the studio and not at work, they can be found in the company of their horse, playing various forms of music, or zoning out to some good ol' Skyrim.
HALEY FLIGHT / ILLUSTRATOR + DESIGNER
Haley is usually transforming her dainty paintings into various surface designs, but you can also find her working with Maine the Way magazine and Three Little Words Paper. She is inspired by vintage botanical studies and Slavic folk art. If you listen hard enough, you can probably hear her singing.
ZACH CUNNINGHAM / ILLUSTRATOR + COMICS ARTIST
Zach's illustrations can often be found stapled to telephone poles all around Portland, while his comics appear in the zine he co-founded, "One Page Stinkers". His work, equal parts inspired by 90's manga, old horror movie posters and cartoons like Ren & Stimpy, typically aims to unnerve the viewer and get them to laugh.
LEWIS ROSSIGNOL / ARTIST
Lewis Rossignol is a Portland, Maine based artist specializing in combining hand-drawn and collaged imagery. He's worked for clients including Current Affairs Magazine, Hohe Luft, Institute for Contemporary Art, Geary Brewing, Defender Razor, and HBO.
ABBIE MASSO / ILLUSTRATOR + LETTERER
Abbie is a children's game designer by day and a lively pattern-maker/ letterer by night. Her practice revolves around bold shapes, bright colors and experimenting with pattern and texture. She aims to breathe new life into objects and surfaces through decoration. Her home base is Providence, Rhode Island.
ASHLEY PALMER / ILLUSTRATOR + PAINTER
Ashley Palmer is an illustrator and painter living off the coast of Maine. She graduated and received a BFA in Illustration from Maine College of Art in 2016. Her work is heavily influenced by the flora and fauna of the natural world, childhood pleasures and a love for patterns, mark making and storytelling. She works primarily in gouache, acrylic and colored pencil on wood or paper. When not painting or drawing you can find Ashley bird watching at the Audubon, swimming, hiking or cuddling her lucky black kitten.
JOE ROSSHIRT / ILLUSTRATOR + ANIMATOR
Joe is the founder of FortHouse Studios (illustration/animation), iDoodle Live (graphic recording service), and is an Adjunct Professor at the Maine College of Art. Joe is passionate about forging smiles, exploring Portland's culinary delights, and skiing himself to exhaustion.
JESENIA SANTANA / ILLUSTRATOR + COLORIST
Jesenia Santana is an illustrator currently residing in Portland, ME. Priding herself in linear work as well as color design, her recent focus has been illustrations with highly detailed ink lines with flats of bright complementary colors. Her work revolves around portraits, fantastical characters, and cutesy depictions of everyday life. She tends to love drawing "shoujo sparkles" to give everything an extra bit of magic. Outside of illustration, she is known mostly for her tendency to scream about kpop or for her crane game expertise.
MOLLY STEINMETZ / ILLUSTRATOR + STUFF-MAKER
Molly's work is often lighthearted and cute with a snarky sense of humor and a feminist touch. She enjoys creating illustrations that can be used in a variety of ways, whether it's hanging on a wall as a print, or worn on a jacket as a patch or button. When she's not making art, Molly enjoys rock shows, ice cream, and looking at pictures of dogs on the internet.
DEVIN LUKE HARRINGTON / ILLUSTRATOR + GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Devin Luke Harrington is a Maine native hailing from Livermore. Currently residing in Southern Maine, he has attained his BFA in Illustration from Maine College of Art. He creates narratives that become creatures and characters of ink, paint, and digital mediums. This passion for conceptual art stemmed from a childhood blended between the video game world and the chilly woods of his hometown.
GUNNAR JOHNSON / ILLUSTRATOR + DESIGNER
Gunnar’s disinterest in conventional, anti-expressive school sports, lead him to spend most of his free time skateboarding and snowboarding. He took comfort in the freedom these activities had to offer, finding himself drawn towards the outlandish graphics used for a board’s surface. He utilizes wrinkles, hairiness, splatter, and smudges as the finer details to promote an unsettling feeling, which makes each outlandish sentiment evocative to his viewers. Which were also seen on these boards. With this grungy imagery, Gunnar wants to apply it to other sources of commodities in the illustration world, to see where else this dilapidated style can be seen.