Adrianne is a wildly colorful abstract maximalist who operates under the moniker Ponnopozz (named after two imaginary friends she had as a child). When not making art or working on creative projects, you'll find Adrianne behind the counter at her colorful boutique in Chicago with her cat Sweet Pea in tow.
Annie is a children's book illustrator and artist currently living in Washington DC. She received an MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts in 2016 and has spent the subsequent years wandering around with her sketchbook, attempting to capture the whimsy and sparkle of everyday life. When not drawing Annie can be found running around with her partner, and their pup Frida (Kahlo).
Christine Suggs is an illustrator, designer, and comic artist living in Dallas, TX with their wonderful partner and very cute cat and dog. Christine's work explores the intersection of their identities, namely being a queer, fat, Latinx feminist who loves all things cute. They are also way too into Pokémon and cats.
Hannah is a queer artist & writer with midwestern flair. She’s lived all over the world and is currently settled in Brooklyn, New York. Outside of creating gay content, she plays on her local Dyke Soccer chapter and gets lost on the subway.
By pairing bright colors and quirky hand lettering with deeper themes of mental health, self-care, and sociopolitical issues, Maria hopes her work inspires others and brings comfort to those feeling like they’re alone in their struggles. Maria has been vegan for the animals for almost 8 years and has 2 rescue kitties named Zoey and Walter.
Meg Wagler is a midwest visual artist & illustrator known internationally for her vibrant palettes, striking compositions and messages of self love. Her career began as a designer and art director after receiving her BFA from Missouri State University in 2011 before transitioning to a full time artist & illustrator in 2019. When she's not drawing, Meg spends her time outdoors with 2 kids, 1 Doodle, and life partner.
ph•am is a designer/illustrator with a passion for rounded shapes and vibrant colors. She puts representation and inclusion at the forefront of her art and design with emphasis on women of color. Besides her passion for pencil and paper, she also loves her growing collection of chunky gold rings and piles of historical fiction books.
Sage Coffey is a trans non-binary cartoonist living with their two old cats in a tiny Chicago apartment. They're best known for their comic work for The Nib, The Washington Post, and The New Yorker as well as their storytelling work on BUGSNAX (PS5, PS4). Sage also edits Sweaty Palms Anthology: a comic anthology about living with anxiety, and self publishes mini-comics about a drunk ghost named Wine Ghost! They do a lot, but they absolutely love it and wouldn't have it any other way.
Trudi is a Jamaican born Atlanta based Illustrator and Designer. At the age of sixteen, she left everything familiar to her to move to the United States and pursue her dream of becoming a full-time artist. Trudi's work usually features detailed illustrations that celebrate feminne energy and botanical elements.