Summer is now in full swing, and what better way to welcome the changing seasons than with our Featured Five picks for June?

We know you’ll enjoy scrolling through our selections for this month; the range in techniques, mediums, and subjects evident among these five talented artists is more than impressive. Be sure to click on the images below to explore each artist’s portfolio.

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James Carey
Represented by Debut Art

James Carey combines traditional draughtsmanship with a modern, graphic approach to create stunning his images. He is regularly commissioned for advertising, editorial and fashion work by numerous UK-based and international clients including Adidas, Sony, VH1, The NME, GQ, and Esquire Magazine.

Dan Nelson

An avid car enthusiast and motorsports fan residing in New York, Dan Nelson specializes in mechanical/technical illustrations with a bold, graphic flair. In his illustrations and logo designs, he enjoys using colors and shapes to create memorable and attractive designs.

Veronica Lawlor

Veronica Lawlor’s award-winning reportage illustrations have led her around the world, completing assignments for many clients including Brooks Brothers, the 3M Corporation, and Chase Private Client. She has also illustrated and authored several books for children and adults, and is a professor of illustration at Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design.

Shenho Hshieh

Shenho Hshieh is an American illustrator living in Los Angeles who creates narrative works of art for editorial and commercial clients. He is a full-time freelancer and a part-time drawing and painting instructor. A couple of Shenho’s notable clients are the Los Angeles Times and the Dallas Observer.

Katie Pak

Katie Pak is a graduate of Sheridan Bachelor of Applied Arts (Illustration) and embraces her creativity every single day. Her quirky, brightly colored illustrations and sewn creations exude a positivity that reflects one of her life mottos: “Live to the fullest with happiness and have no regrets.”

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