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Tom Hoff is an illustrator and graphic artist born in Santiago de Chile. After starting a design and illustration studio in his hometown, he dedicated himself to nurturing his graphic style by undertaking the Master's degree in illustration and comics in Elisava, Barcelona. Tom creates exquisitely crafted and intricate drawings with a sharp line.

His lustrous illustrations are at the same time both beautiful and satirical, with a deep-rooted fascination with multicultural narratives. His personal work is characterized by evoking characters that mix reality with fiction, in order to convey a new world to be seen and explored by the viewer. Cannot get enough of his talent, and you?

Born in Cardoba, Argentina and based in Barcelona, Spain, Franka Parrello a multidisciplinary artist who represents erotic scenes and silhouettes with her unique style, focusing her work on topics such as the intimate and the public. Franka seeks to explore the space-time relationship and the role of the image in the construction of the memory. Her images and a graphic style are mostly defined by marked line and color contrasts: her soft, warm shapes with bright palettes evoke the sensation of having a fruit ice cream in the middle of summer.

Franka Parrello extensively exhibited in recognized fairs and art festivals in her home country and abroad. Currently her career is divided between artistic production, illustration and teaching, leading drawing, painting and cyanotype workshops, coordinating artists events and discovering the Milky Way.

Crisp, pleasingly simple graphic icons and clever illustrations, this is the way Lolo Carranza brings joy to the world. She resides in Barcelona and has exhibited her work alone and collectively in Spain, Costa Rica and Mexico where she originally comes from. She is constantly exploring various materials and techniques of expression, both analog and digital. She has worked for advertisement agencies such as The Branding People and FlandeCoco.

Lolo is currently part of the design team at Mr. Wonderful with whom she has done some collaborations for various established fashion brands. Miss Carranza, she is one of the first ones to reach as far as the Moon!

Lorey is our talented fellow crew member from Chile. She was not focused on arts until very late in her life. The idea of fulfilling other people’s expectations was more appealing than pursuing her own dreams of becoming an artist. Luckily, life has given her the chance to explore and learn more about art, meeting people and being able to participate in amazing challenges and projects with them.

Her references and aesthetic varies from topic to topic, but always keeping the focus on outer space, cats and comic inspired concepts. Lorey’s biggest ambition is to continue and finish her ongoing webcomic Hecatombe!. It is a perfect time when being in space!
Camila Sánchez Ospina’s vibrant and detailed work is a commentary on the world today. Grief, psychiatry, the oppressive effects of our overstimulated modern lives, emotional intelligence and spirituality are the themes to be explored in her work. Her aesthetics undergoes dramatic and unpredictable changes in this time of social transformation. The artist originally hails from Colombia and currently resides in eastern France.

She studied at the La Fundación Universitaria Los Libertadores and L’institut Supérieur des Beaux-Arts of the city of Besançon, where she is based. Her creative and artistic processes go through experimental drawing, comics and illustration. Among her references are Saturnino Herrán, Elsa Punset, Cyril Pedrosa and Victor Frankl who are always accompanying Camila’s creative process.


Born and based in Japan, the Futureman is a psychologist who received his counseling qualifications at the age of 48. At the age of 52, he decided to undertake the path of an artist. Bright colors and thick lines that influence a soft impression of his artwork aim to provide the inner peace of the viewer. Deeply inspired by sci-fi and retro futurism, he searches for the inspiration in Star Trek, Lost in Space among other cinematographic works. Going beyond time and space means abandoning the concept of age and changing our relationship with people around us are the recurrent topics of Futureman’s visual diary. What the artist values the most is to live in the present moment to the fullest and create a future as a result.

Oroku is a freelancer illustrator and visual designer form Taiwan graduated in the Visual Communication at the University in Hualien. His artwork is mostly based on 2D and 3D motion designs, live video jockeys and digital illustration and focuses on visual experimentation like render color and texture. With a passion for combining colors, Oroku’s illustrations are clean, yet organic with an emphasis on bold, simple, always blurry and shinning lines. Oroku works with rounded shapes and vibrant colours to tell a story, specifically stories of the unknown creatures possibly from other universes. Oroku’s delicate and whimsical illustration style has won him fans around the world. 

Currently he works at a picture-book project about the fear and the nightmare. Are you curious as much as we are?

Winielyn Columna, AKA "Artswin" originally hails from Philippines. She is a 20-year old self-taught illustrator who has drawn since she was very young and feels comfortable with many media. Her signature style is the pixel art, since she is amazed by how tiny colored squares can tell a story. Her inspirations are mostly drawn from anime and manga and her main reference is the work by the pixel artist Waneella. Winielyn enjoys depicting people in familiar everyday situations always with a twist of romanticism and mystery.

Artswin’s smart use of a saturated orange, a charcoal black together with a rich ivory color makes her works stand out from the crowd. After only one year of doing the pixel art, Artswin already counts with multiple global projects in game developing, music albums and music video production as well as the Moon edition of the Exquisite Corpse.
We struck gold when we stumbled upon a talent like Hirofumi Ito. Born and raised in Japan, since he was a child he has loved drawing more than exercise. He loved to scribble on back of boring school test papers with his black ballpoint pen and by simply starting drawing, practicing, strengthening his technique, he became a self-taught artist. Since 2016 Hirofumi has been sharing his creations on Instagram where he recreates his fantasy worlds derived from a traditional Japanese culture.

Monsters, girls, molluscs, mushrooms as well as all possible ridiculous, absurd and attractive things that the artist imagined as a child become the protagonists of his personal work. He expects his ideas to become the means to connect with people living in remote places. Today his art has reached as far as the Solar System.

Ana Palmira Pérez hails from Barcelona, Spain, where she has been working for over 6 years in the realm of illustration. Her work highlights messages of self love and women as a strong and badass characters, moving away from the cliché of femininity. She finds inspiration for her seemingly simple illustrations in the world of Disney, Pixar, comics, manga and punk music, but her ultimate source of ideas comes from the worlds of Jamie Hewlett and classic American cartoons.

Experimental and intuitive, Ana’s carefree visual stories filled with a sense of humor can be found in video games and interface design. Her goal for her playful style of illustration is to elicit an emotional response in the viewer.

Nacho Sánchez who goes under "Ilustracho" graduated from the Elisava Design Academy of Barcelona. Throughout his trajectory as an illustrator, he has always looked for a personal language characterized by the use of vibrant colors and textures that connect his digital work to something more human. In his illustrations he brings charismatic characters that are sweet, docile and harmless that represent such concepts as incomprehension, anxiety and fear. This contrast allows Ilustracho to generate a bridge between the appearance of things and what is really behind them.

Ilustracho’s main goal is to create a dialog between him and the viewer through empathy and give a voice to very common feelings that are hard to bring light to.

Born in Buenos Aires in 1994, Pupe Marín, AKA "Puppermin" moved to Madrid where she graduated in Graphic Design and Advertising. Heavily influenced by the world of street art, graffiti, and tattoos, Pupe usually works on a female body representation. The artist is vigorously attracted to strong, determined women-figures and Pupe’s work has become a place where the charismatic lady-characters escaping from the classic canons of beauty happily live. Pupe loves music, especially hiphop, dancehall, trap, salsa and reggaeton “dosmilero".

Curious by nature, Puppermin experiments with color and contrast building her retro-futuristic world, always telling a story with a touch of humor. She loves cats and she takes one on board of "NFT to stay".

Buenos Aires-native Lucas Barreto, or simply Luc, is a fan of Tarot and Mythology and finds germs in these graphic and literary universes in order to create stunning visuals and his own art. An admirer of such designers as Saúl Bass or Max Huber, he always looks for a way to understand the syntheses and graphic resolutions in the work of others. Luc is keen on desaturated colors and extremely comfortable with a soaringly vibrant palette.

Extremely curious, he lives reading and learning about various things, and he tends to get fully involved in what catches his attention. Lucas is currently finishing his degree at the University of Buenos Aires, where he had his first contact with the Illustration and since then, he has not stopped drawing. Even while navigating the space.
Former screenwriting fellow at the American Film Institute, Katie Brookoff is an artist, writer, educator, and, occasionally, children's birthday party entertainer. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee Katie has lived in a bike shed, in uncomfortably close quarters with raccoons, and with a member of Gwar. Now based in New York where she makes some wonderful pixel art for the point-and-click adventure game "Landlubbers" and enjoys creating goofy art for kids and adults alike and draw pun-based single-panel cartoons.

Spontaneous, quirky, inherently humorous and adaptable, Katie's drawings with her cute witty characters become the protagonists of literary journals and blogs for kids.

The colorful, flat graphic shapes and compositions of the optimistic illustrations of Lstelo graced Exquisite Corpse more than once. Lstelo or Lissette Lopez Pridemore is a versatile artist of Ecuadorian origin who currently resides in the city of Chicago, USA. Her first serious steps in illustration began in 2014 when at the age of 22 she exhibited her work in a gallery curated by Adidas in Quito, Ecuador. Lstelo’s bold and colorful portraits capture her subjects with verve and vitality that keeps her fans wanting more.

The influence of her work comes from the hand of contemporary digital artists, expressionism and pop culture icons that she is exposed to on a daily basis. In the nearest future, she aims to find her voice in the world of digital art and today on the Moon.

Born in Morelos, Mexico, Axel Iván Mendoza Duarte goes under a pseudonym "Ax Rococó". Interested in drawing from an early age, Ax Rococó expresses his desire for learning to draw scratching everything he finds in his path. Having studied the Graphic Design at the Faculty of Higher Studies Acatlán UNAM, he finds Mexican graphics to be extremely attractive to him. Nevertheless, Ax is deeply inspired by Baroque art, Art Nouveau and Impressionism. His work combines his love for simple shapes and finely defined color palettes with detailed elements and charming utterly dynamic characters. He manually adds shadings and nuances giving the final illustration a comic look.

The recurring themes of Rococó’s artworks are freedom, peace and chaos. The artist ensures that a fascination for these topics is manifested in his own life.

Nacho Morelli, better known as "Limo" is a young artist, designer and musician from Argentina currently studying the Graphic Design in the University of Buenos Aires. Limo's work is simple but conceptual, and his style incorporates lively color and graphic shapes to create engaging minimalistic and enigmatic narratives and fun-to-look-at characters from the invented worlds. His careful process starts with many pencil sketches on paper to experiment with different possibilities, and to create effective visuals, then finalizes with color digitally.

His references include Luke Pearson, Gastón Pacheco, Studio Ghibli films and Cartoon Network series such as the Adventure Time. In the music he is inspired by the Beatles, Bee Gees and Stereolab. He also loves video games such as Zelda and on the Moon to play drums at night.

Graduated in Graphic Design and Visual Communication from the Higher Institute of Design of the University of Havana, Marla Cruz Linares, AKA "Marla XL" is passionate about illustration and publishing world. Marla XL enjoys representing female figures and organically flowing shapes seeking to build an alchemy so that her work are images and thoughts to read and listen to. Marla XL has extensively worked in the cultural industry at different levels and currently curates the Author Design area at Fábrica de Arte Cubano.

When she is not in front of the screen, you can find her traveling between Cuba and Portugal looking for some little piece of nature in which to take refuge and find balance on the yoga blanket. Do they practice yoga on the Moon?

South Korea native, Pacomang is an illustrator and music animator graduated from Kyung Hee University of Arts in his home country. Aged 31, he creates the expressive art that comes from deep understanding and feeling of music, accurate study of the line which the artist enjoys playing with turning a rough and complex stroke into a beautiful color, and continuous search for people's strengths that Pacomang aims to absorb.

His main references in terms of style are Katsuhiro Otomo (AKIRA) and Miura Kentaro (Berserk). When it comes to color, the artist enjoys Beeple and Mad Dog Jones. Pacomang is interested in the dark future, approaching it with a sense of irony and wonder.

Inspired by contrasts and conflicts in daily life Jefferson Bonilla, AKA "Yepe"  approaches different points of view with a twist of humor. His visual expression is pure, even minimalistic, and always seeking to turn complex concepts into strong visual solutions. His artwork has been influenced by traditional tattoo, blackwork artists, Japanese culture and cosmos. Yepe hails from Bogota, Colombia and has largely worked in architectural design studios.

Today he takes knowledge in architecture to explore all sorts of shapes combined with bodies to create atypical places and unreal scenes, like the one from this extraordinary token.

Themes of femininity, beauty and nature often dominate Monillus’s bold and bright work. Born in Mexico, Monillus is a young artist who currenly studies the Editing Graphics at the Faculty of Arts and Design, in Xochimilco, Mexico City. Since she was a child, she has been deeply attracted to exploring the world through the colors and shapes. Passionate about beautiful color palettes, she creates youthful and whimsical images that show multiple layers of emotions which make her art easily reach a wide audience. Monillus is inspired by the diversity of people, by faces, female bodies and eyes.

While the artist explores her own sensitivity, her unique content gently places the viewer in a space of interrogation and wonder. In future Monillus searches to collaborate with book publishers to create children’s and young adult books.

Born in Madrid, Rubén del Pino travelled around Spain in order to obtain the best arts education. He studied in Zaragoza Academy of Arts and currently continues his training in Malaga. He has extensively worked as a books & articles illustrator. Some of his audiovisual works have been screened at video and storytelling festivals and participated in multiple exhibitions in his home country and abroad. Rubén is passionate about generating sketchy aesthetics and experimenting with image textures which he eventually makes an essential narrative element in his sublime, seemingly casual creations.

He likes to play with viewer’s imaginary by exploring scenes of moderate violence which handle symbols such as electronics, worship and humor, without being explicit in any of the terms.

After a lifetime of drawing and an extensive career in graphic design, 50's Vintage Dame works exclusively in the field of retro-illustration. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia as a child she would spend all her pocket money buying Archie comics and then filling her days drawing pictures of Betty and Veronica. Obsessed with the visual aesthetics of 1940s-1950s, today she creates retro-themed vintage art addressing modern concepts by using the digital tools available in the 21st century. In her own words, exploring the concept of retro-futurism in a contemporary sense helps to identify our place in a post-pandemic world. Sci-fi novels and movies, and cartoons like The Jetsons are her biggest inspiration.

The illustrator’s versatile, dynamic style, with the intense color palette and vibrant drawing technique, places her work in great demand by all sort of projects. On the Moon as well.
Barcelona-born and based, Lourdes Laó finds her inspiration in nature, femininity and symbolism. She has always been interested in editorial illustration, although her professional career has been unfolding in the field of textile graphic design for a few years. Her favorite techniques are pencil, drawing and acrylic painting. Although due to the type of work in which she has specialized which is a children’s pattern design, she feels very much comfortable using more digital techniques.

Recently she has discovered the art of ceramics and she likes to apply her own designs and her illustrations decoratively on her ceramic pieces. And over the surface of the Moon.

Impossible Tower started with a Costa Rican engineer (Mauricio G.) and a Mexican Architect (Socorro F.) doodling floors of a cartoon tower once a week (on their own words, the real ones are too much work). Impossible Tower artistic unity started with the idea of a collaborative drawing exercise — slightly similar to the Exquisite Corpse — and ended up evolving into a fictional black and white world in which one-eyed creatures, monster cults, and regular citizens live together in harmony without being too freaked out by the insanity around them, extraterrestrial cereal propaganda included.

Impossible tower hopes that their project will get hem closer to the life-long dream of becoming full-time illustrators. In a meanwhile lets enjoy their first Crypto NFT drop in space!

Graduated in 2010 from the Higher Institute of Design in Havana, Juan Carlos Polo Chaviano works in the creative group Proyecto Espacios Cuba. Juan Carlos shows great interest in illustration as an efficient communication tool and explores its significance of the two-dimensional frame and conventional scales and its use in interior design, blacksmithing, furniture customization and product development. Distilling stories into minimalist explosions of colour, he is constantly seeking opportunities to allow images to speak volume.

Juan Carlos’s work emphasizes composition to convey emotion and encode information. The bright illustrations of astronauts, monsters and entities from other planets often evoke an anxious feel and questions whilst maintaining softness and elegance.

Jenny Pokryvailo born in St. Petersburg, Russia, is an illustrator and a tattoo artist who undertook her studies in the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and in Instituto Europeo di design in Milan, Italy. Many years of designing and drawing experience lead Jenny to shape a personal style that often combines elements from nature and man-made objects exploring the relationship between shapes, materials and textures, always with a fantastical air. Curves vs lines, soft vs solid, flow vs steadiness, feminine vs masculine - Pokryvailo’s unique and favorite compositions are distingisged by contrast.

Being a minimalist, she believes in the design that is definitive in its appearance and has a clear statement. The artist achieves that by using a strict monochromatic ink demonstrating the magical ability of the black color to capture the pure essence of things.

Regardless of the technique he uses - graffiti, free drawing, or digital - Pabs creates friendly and optimistic characters that connect by their simplicity, color and humor. Pablo Fernández del Castillo Garibay, known as "Pabs" was born in Mexico and has spent half of his life in Barcelona, Spain. Pablo Fernández has been a part of the first generation of Pictoplasma Academy, where along with other artists he specialized in the character creation.

Today he is an urban artist, illustrator and advertising creative whose work is beautifully spontaneous, simple and fresh. Pabs's work has been extensively exhibited in Barcelona, Mallorca, Madrid, Berlin and now on the Moon.

Multifaceted illustrator Aisa finds the beauty in everyday life. Barcelona-born and raised, she produces work for a wide range of clients across publishing, fashion and advertising. Working mostly locally, Aisa has lent her unique touch to a broad range of culture-related projects partnering with some awarded artists and participated in numerous street art festivals with various self-generated work.

Aisa is keen on a young adult illustration, Japanese woodcut and manga comics of 80-90's. Those magical and sci-fi worlds that she awakes in her art are blended with pop culture elements carried by the clean lines. Digital art fascinates Aisa for the creative freedom and unlimited experimental possibilities. And we are enchanted by Aisa’s light and talent. 

What usually starts as a rough, digital pencil sketch, for Nieke Stegerman turns into an illustration filled with texture, detail and storytelling. Born and based in Maastricht, Netherlands, Nieke enjoys visualizing a vague and abstract idea and shaping it into the colorful narrative. Stegerman’s focus on a simplified, conceptual approach to creating illustration allows her to draw bold, graphic images with impact.

Committed to her craft, today Nieke decides to spread her creative wings further afield, working abroad and on the Moon. Being in nature, watching tv-shows and travelling to space is always to be in her to-do list.

Italy-based Giacomo Marguglio’s charismatic and witty artwork is the product of his ability to digest and illustrate clever glitches, concepts and interesting visual cues in the world around him. Giacomo says he was born with the pencil in his hand. After he finished his studies in traditional art printing at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples and then in Venice, he started his career as a freelance illustrator.

Often fascinated by dream-like situations depicting strange creatures and ironic environments, Giacomo Marguglio’s instantly recognisable style is enviably simple, looks fantastic with juicy details and bug eyes applied to just about anything, and is genuinely funny: something very few illustrators can boast.

A professionally trained chef, polyglot and an avid reader, Olga O.M. Doodles found her favorite language which is the illustration. She has lived in London, Paris, New York, and currently in Chicago where she never missed a chance to go the modern art galleries and museums since they provide her endless references for her personal work. The artist is greatly inspired by women and often chooses them as a subject matter of her visual creations.

Her favorite colors are grey and yellow, coincidentally the Pantone colors of the year 2021. Daily creative practice is the only true goal she sets for herself. Today a little bit more on the Moon.

Johanna Reynaud, AKA "Gribouilliz" is a Canadian artist who works mainly with ink, fineliners and markers to illustrate her “doodle” world. In 2012 she got introduced to doodle art during a trip to Morocco and after participating in many local exhibitions and collaborations she extended her art form to the commissions for the caritative events and high-end brands. Her work is placed between fine art, urban art and pop-culture, using empathy to reference her contemporary milieu. Her pervasive and instantly recognisable aesthetic exists across a multitude of forms including canvases and large scale murals, both indoor and outside.

The artist recreates iconic depictions of famous people, mainly of the 20th century, as drawings and likes to see how those can be interpreted differently depending on the viewer. 

From a young age Juan Carlos Base has liked to tell stories through his illustrations and take them to decorative murals for both individuals and companies. After graduating, he enters the world of motion graphics where, through animation, he brings to life both his ideas and those of his clients. Over the years Juan Carlos has worked as a designer for large brands such as Norwegian, Easyjet, Unicef, Facebook, as well as for international design studios. His artistic self is passionate about creating portraits and he never misses a chance to adorn his characters with lettering and calligraphy.

Being in a constant evolution, Juan Carlos spends a lot of time experimenting by taking his designs to the wood, jewelry, spray-painted murals and today to the surface of the Moon.

Born in the Catalan Pyrenees, Robert Abecasis creates unique, fun, bold and stylized illustrations, focusing on characters and stories with pinches of humor and personal vision. With a great passion for mountains, caves and forests and with a degree in Cinema, he enjoys collaborating on projects, providing fresh ideas and insights and related to the nature. His career has evolved, from purely advertising motion graphics, to a focus on his more personal work as an illustrator and animator focusing on 3D.

He loves movies by Pixar, Hayao Miyazaki, Spike Jonze and Wes Anderson, active sports, spirituality and vegetarianism because of his climate awareness. His goal is to direct animation productions, and a dream is to create a film or make a video game. Robert’s clients in Spain include Correos, Generalitat de Catalunya, McDonalds, Telemundo among others. Today Robert joins the happy crew to the Moon!

Aspiring artist who comes from the Outer Universe, Bryan Maciel, AKA "Elisyan" sees the illustrating process as a therapy and a means of self-discovery. His strongly conceptual, signature style relies upon a whimsical, fantasy-driven world of characters and their exploits. Elisyan is fascinated by the cyberpunk, artificial organic and mechanical patterns which in his work address a balance of the beauty of nature and the perfection of technology.

He is deeply interested by the world of manga created by Yoji Shinkaw, Tsutomu Nihei and Katsuya Terada. The sci-fi culture, dystopian and utopian fictions such as Ghost in the Shell, Akira, BLAME! and Ergo proxy, also futuristic novels and films are the primary influences in Elisyan’s work. Do not miss this exceptional token from space!

After studying Architecture, Apoorva Lalit found her way into visual design and went on to graduate in Visual Communication from The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay consistently ranked as one of India's leading universities. From writing and illustrating children's books to making animated music videos for Indie musicians, Apoorva loves to explore various mediums of storytelling. Her art stems from the stories and fiction she comes across.

She enjoys observing her surroundings and people which deeply inspire her. Her fondness for nature and simple joys of life can be seen in her artworks. Lalit’s poetic illustrations include portraits with intense gazes, fauna and flora on the Earth represented with an air of mystery as well as extravagant creatures from space with a touch of humor. When not designing, you can find her cozied up in some corner with a book and a cup of tea. Today she aspires to become a full-time book designer and illustrate her journey to the Moon.

Guille Jimeno grabs you with his masterful handling of psychedelic palettes, surreal characters, rawness of a line and outstanding storytelling. With a passionate interest for sci-fi, cosmos, technology, illustrating the ocult worlds and travelling, it was not a big decision for Guille to move from a town in the interior of La Mancha, Spain called Valdepeñas, to Cuenca and then to Valencia to become an artist with the most hermetic and mystical portfolio of work. With a degree in Fine Arts and a Master's degree in Design and Illustration, Guille develops an underground, psychedelic graphic style evolving out of a fascination for the graffiti culture and cyberpunk aesthetics.

With a clear influence of the 90s and 2000s, he defines his style as a "TechnoTrash". The dreamlike surrealism of David Lynch, the mastery of Kubrick, Carpenter, Cronemberg, Scott, the thrilling stories of Akira Toriyama, Katsuhiro Otomo and Moebius have greatly influenced Jimeno’s way of understanding the illustration and drawing. Brilliant token not to be missed!

Isac Demons’s brilliant work, often plenty of details, takes place in a world full of bizarre characters, dark but at the same time positive, sad and humorous, introspective and spiritual. Sometimes they are destructive too, but always with profound messages of free interpretation. Born in 1985 in Barcelona, he studied illustration and graphic design in Escola Massana where he discovered his passion for comics and art nouveau posters. His influences are also classic horror films, sci-fi and cyberpunk aesthetics, German expressionist cinema, Aubrey Beardsley, Robert Crumb underground comics.

Isac Is keen on art brut, contemporary artists Stephane Blanquet and Ota Keiti and the heavy psych rock from the late 60s and early 70s etc. He is a death metal musician too with a great interest for relativizing darkness and confronting it with light, making his works healing through artistic expression.

Angel Ririsu, AKA "Babi Angel" is a multidisciplinary artist who stands out for her versatile capacity for development in all possible artistic disciplines: from photography and cinema to illustration and graphic design. Being an extremely introverted person, from a young age she has felt a certain ability to capture the small details that little by little would expand her artistic imagination.

With a rich emotional life, Babi is keen on exploring art through nostalgia, thus delving into retro-futuristic genres, cyberpunk and sci-fi. In her visual works there are elements of these aesthetics captured through colors and geometry. Playing with elements such as balance and mysticism, she invites the feelings of uncertainty and mystery and shares them on the Moon.

Cheche, born in Buenos Aires in 1997, develops as a visual artist exploring areas ranging from illustration to muralism. She studied graphic design at the First Da Vinci School of Multimedia Art and Visual Arts at the National University of the Arts (U.N.A), Argentina. Constantly experimenting between manual and digital techniques, she covers themes that have to do with darkness starring extravagant characters with bright and shimmering colors.

Miss Cheche finds her inspiration in sensuality, gloom, magical worlds and today navigating to space with Exquisite Workers!

Originally from Chile, Nico Lob lives in Korea. This colourful, nomadic story reflects in her warm, vivid colour palettes and concise collection of stylistic influences. Captivated since childhood by fantastic sceneries of Western cartoons and Asian animation, Nico who started originally as a graphic designer, has recently dabbled into the digital storytelling. She aspires to develop characters that could fit the game and animation industry and be released as Art Toy collections.

The unusual creatures living in her brilliant imaginary world are often appreciated as a fair balance of oddity and cuteness while her drawing style most likely fits with words like chaos, alternative, oniric, and misfit. 

Juan PNG is a 30 year old visual artist born in the south of Argentina. His beginnings in digital illustration go back to a very early age and come with a use of a Microsoft's Paint program. The drawings that characterize Juan's work are based on reversals of pictorial works by well-known artists, on geometric illustrations in parallel perspective angled at 45º with complex compositions of shapes; and also on nature, especially zoological species.

He has two very marked styles: the geometric and the organic or naive. Juan likes to work with brushes that mimic the crayon and with a vivid color palette that refers to the 80's. In future Juan is dreaming of illustrating a Best Seller.

As an artist Camille Lagoarde, AKA "Kiwii Pastek" is known for her vivid, delicate and thought-provoking art style. Kiwii Pastek hailes from France where her parents’ exposure to arts and crafts nourished her love for creating things by hand and be resourceful. Even as a child, she had a strong taste for books, especially albums. That is when she started drawing and she never stopped. Today her colourful illustrations reveal a poetic world with a touch of humour. Moreover, her personal work is part of the body positive movement. She wants to give a different image of bodies considered outside the norm: fat, marked, non-binary, transgender, etc. Thus, a fresh and benevolent look is given to them. Far from the injunctions and archetypes carried by today's society. 

Her committed artistic approach has allowed her to be published in the feminist magazines Bust Magazine and The Fatzine, be recognized by international illustration, design institutions and today reach as far as the Moon!

Brototi Mondal is a young illustrator and communication designer from India exploring sci-fi and retro-futuristic themes. Marvelled by the novels of William Gibson who convincingly imagines the near future and by dystopian artworks of Leopoldo D’Angelo Danguiz who also shares his cyber view on what may come, Brototi loves to explore computers, their consequences and interactions with the humans. With a Master degree in Visual communication in IDC School of Design, Bombay, she has elaborated her unique contrasting hard-lined style which is neo-noir, mysterious and grunge. Miss Mondal grew up watching Blade Runner and got fascinated by such series as Love Death & Robots and Westworld.

Brototi is keen on creating an array of powerful characters and badass women who we wish were our best friends. Her art shows the beauty in rawness and grime which today has eventually landed on the Moon.

With over 20 years experience in the design industry Allan Deas has produced an impressive array of work. Originally from Scotland Allan is inspired by many things such as travel, music, art, old posters, vintage packaging & stamps, books & TV shows of his childhood in the 70s & 80s he is always collecting inspiration for future projects. Allan’s authentic illustration style sees retro and current influence twist together in a cocktail of colourful detail, charming characters, rich storytelling and a quirky sense of humor which bring his work to life in a way that’s hard not to bring a smile to the viewer’s face!

Previously based in design centric capitals London & Paris, Allan currently resides in Barcelona, Spain. His commercial clients have included the likes of Twinings, Vodafone, Louis Vuitton, Virgin, Grazia, National Geographic, Ted Baker, Lufthansa Airlines, The Telegraph, Waitrose, Karl Lagerfeld and The Guardian. Allan has also exhibited his personal work in capitals around the globe and has had his work featured in many established design books.

Pavel Valseca’s use of colour is peerless, glossy and simply impeccable. Pavel is a Mexican illustrator who has largely worked in advertising, cinematography and video games industry creating the design of characters and environment. Having explored various subjects on his way, he has a real soft spot for the science fiction, terror and fantasy that gracefully implement the human figure and nature mixed with technology and supernatural.

Pavel has always loved to express himself through drawing. Learning and improving his skills govern much of the beauty of his work. Great to have Pavel on board of the Moon.

A bright talent on the international illustration scene, India-based artist Shohei Emura over the years has built a reputation for himself creating clear, colorful imagery with a sense of fun about it. Shohei Emura is a Japanese comicbook illustrator, Indian traditional bard culture researcher and writer who has been publishing comics books, picture books and mural works. Interesting intersaction between the cultural backgrounds and passion for manga and comics lead Shohei Emura multiple editorial projects.

A master at producing delicate illustrations that are as lovely as they are direct, Shohei created a "KOS" comics book which has been nominated for the best comics award at Comicon India. His favorite dream is to publish the manga version of the Mahabharata.

Kat Hassell is an illustrator who works for a UK design studio and specialises in digital portraiture using Photoshop and Procreate. Ex-teacher, twin mama and maker of things, Kat strives for mystery in her art and rewards the audience with her fantastical creatures that draw you in. As well as figurative illustration, Kat also paints and works with recycled mixed precious metals.

Kat dreams of owning a tiny seafront art shop full of wonky ceramics and contemporary illustration, where she can create all day with a dog at her feet. Super excited you are again on board, this time to the Moon!

Rie Hagesawa, more known as "Illust_M" is a designer and illustrator from Japan. In her homecountry she regularly participates in art and illustration shows, but not only there. She has held solo exhibitions in Hong Kong as well as brought her art to France and Spain: publishing books and participating in Exquisite Corpse more than once.

Illust_M enjoys working digitally and aims to achieve something fresh and edge, with a touch of elegant nostalgia. Illust_M participates in French art books, sells goods to Taiwan and East Asia and wants her illustrations to spread abroad more and more.

Master of the fine-liner Mario Yoel Fiestas works as an ambitious artist, sculptor and illustrator with top clients in the southern Spain. With the degrees in Fine Arts in Granada and Poland and with a great range of work, the tie that binds all of his visuals remains as consistent and strong as his striking aesthetic. From a sculptor mother, Mario has grown up among her creations and since very young was driven by the discipline having worked with several prestigious names in the field.

Mario’s great passion is drawing and exploring mixed feelings while representing gorgeous and mysterious female figures. The subtlety of a woman with the harshness of life, in his own words, makes an exceptional combination for Mario’s artistic process in which with clean strokes the artist introduces harmonious and truly hypnotic portraits and shapes. Brilliant token!

Anna Dart is the Head of the Metaverse Growth of Exquisite Workers, the co-founder of “NFT to stay" global mission and one of our most unusual artists. And not surprisingly her work is quite striking with those magnetic portraits and a passionate call for better universal human connection. Anna undertook her studies in drama and choreography in the city of Barcelona and studied art by visiting multiple museums travelling around the world. Anna promotes ecological and social sustainability as well as mental health and recently got involved in charity art project in the city of Zürich.

When it comes to her recent digital works she manipulates her watercolour and acrylic images using advanced digital techniques. In her own words, when it comes to the social or artistic contribution, Anna brings a deep sense of purpose, her light and sense of excellence.
Maia Cabello is a self-taught illustrator and architect from Latin America, currently based in Buenos Aires. Maia spent her childhood watching animations and reading manga, which cultivated her interest in drawing and building a wide diversity of characters at a young age. Maia now enjoys illustrations with cyberpunk aesthetics and characters influenced by streetwear and Japanese culture and folklore.

Maia's persuasive up-beat illustrations invite us to visit her impactful enthralling environments and make us meet her attractive though distant meticulously detailed heroes of 21st century or centuries which are yet to come.

Venuta Juan Pablo majored in Visual Arts in Martín Malharro, city of Mar del Plata, Argentina. With more than 10 years of experience, he has worked in agencies, production companies and for all sorts of global graphic design projects. Venuta Juan Pablo represents the fantasy and wonder that lies in everyday life. His artistic signature are his specific color palette and rememberable concepts related to sci-fi, automobile industry and futurism.

Passionate about color and contrasts, he uses all kind of tools, such as design, digital illustration and typography and gracefully merges them. The best and most favorite source of his inspiration are the good movies, social media, retro style and navigating through space.

Passionate about the children's illustration and storytelling, Luna Lag hails from Barcelona and is amazed with how children and young adults see the world. She is deeply touched by such topics as magic, adventure, nature, animals and even fears which she tenderly explores in her creative work. Luna dreams of becoming a full author of her own books and that they can be seen in different corners of the globe. Largerly self-taught, Luna Lag got trained by observing the artworks of Beatrice Blue, Isabelle Arsenault, John Bond, Benji Davies, Marta Altés who are her main references.

Currently Luna Lag is taking her first and exciting steps in the publishing world and creates an exquisite delicate piece for the Moon Corpse that you cannot miss.

Roger Haus is an award winning artist and the proud founder of Exquisite Workers. He studied in La Llotja Arts and Crafts Academy where Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró used to take lessons and also obtained his degree in Superior School of Design and Fashion IDEP in Barcelona. Excited about the mesmerizing work of surrealists, Roger's art is the invitation to the subconscious universe. His most famous work Hypnagogies was featured on Wetransfer, TimeOut, Visions Gallery and Exquisite Workers's historical "NFT to stay" mission.

With a proven reputation in Art Direction, he has an extraordinary portfolio of the digital artists eager to create the culturally rich art for businesses and leading NFT and Metaverse projects. What makes him the happiest person in the world is seeing Salvador Dalí’s paintings with his own eyes and crossing gorgeous Mediterranean sea under the rain.

Fernanda Fierro is a Mexican illustrator and designer trained at the Faculty of Arts and Design at UNAM, Mexico City. Her work is characterized by the use of vibrant textures and radiant colors which give life to her multiple characters. Constantly seeking to adapt her style to the diverse mediums and to capture the way she feels and sees the world, she aims to connect with a spectator in a deep level.

Fernanda signs under the name "Muertísima" and is excited about the idea of becoming one day inspiration for young creators like her.

Revelling in shape, texture and sense of humour, Jordi Gandul manifests in his stunning work that art should never be boring. He has been around crafting a large-scale art since he was 13. At 18 Jordi discovered his passion for the graphic design and digital illustration, both worlds he is continuing to explore with delight. Working as a freelance mostly on comissioned logos, illustrations and producing art prints, he seeks to develop elegantly engaging visuals influenced by typography, urban art, skate, music, food and good beer.

Jordi Gandul is based in Tarragona, Spain and this influence shows in his warm and vibrant use of colour, describing the Mediterranean climate of his home country so well.

Born in Barcelona, Spain, Alejandro Carlini discovered his passion for drawing at the age of thirty and committed to study at the famous Academy of Fine-Arts of La Llotja. After completing his formal training he spent two more years studying illustration at the Escola Joso with the strong intention to expand and consolidate his knowledge of different techniques, both analog and digital. With a special interest for botany, portraiture and human figure, in his personal work with a great enthusiasm he dwells upon the antagonistic dream-like concepts blending together the forces of nature and technology.

Today with his distinctive neo-futuristic style and a splendor of his unbounded imagination, Alejandro adorns the surface of the Moon. 

Chilean cartoonist with a specialty in Characters Design, Pluulp likes the cartoon style and enjoys writing and drawing comics. Graduated in Visual Communication and Design at the University of La Serena, she eventually undertook a path of a visual artist and dedicated herself entirely to improving her drawing skills. Although she does not have any studies in this area, she does not consider herself as a self-taught artist, since she learned the craft by watching and admiring the work of many excellent artists.

The subject of her dynamic vibrant work is influenced by science fiction and old cartoons, and she likes to mix the seemingly cute with the dark things. Pluulp loves her job and if she could ask one thing to the Universe, it would be to eradicate tendonitis from the Earth.

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