A graphic designer, illustrator, and letter from Manila in The Philippines, June uses water-color and pencil drawings to create a color-gradient posting system on her Instagram. Louise founded her graphic design company in 1989 to give specialty food businesses the edge they need to capture the hearts (and stomachs) of their customers. Originally from Australia, Ben J. Crick is now based in New York City, working on everything from small passion projects to branding and identity systems for brands as big as Spotify and Coca-Cola. Graphic designers use illustrations and text, to create visual compositions, but most of all graphic designers solve problems! This Italian graphic designer uses humor and thought-provoking perspectives to create colorful illustrations for the likes of Ikea and MIND Magazine. Poster designs for Getty Images by Mike Kus. Since opening his own studio (No Studio) at the age of 18, Chuck has clients such as ESPN, Vans, and Nike grappling to get their hands on his design expertise. Her graphics and illustrations show her Nordic roots but with a pop of color that is unmistakably inspired by all things floral and plant-based. His collage style of graphic design is raw and evocative so it’s no wonder he’s made our list of famous graphic designers! Aside from her work, she also spends a lot of time writing a weekly newsletter called OMGLORD – one we'd highly recommend subscribing to. She lectures about design at creative conferences and universities internationally. Gabby Lord is an Australian designer and art director, living in Berlin. Once the mastermind behind Form Fifty-Five, Glenn has since rebranded the company with Jack Daly to create Made by Folk – “a marketplace & showcase of creative work from across the globe”. His art is a personal favorite of Katy Perry which resulted in Rob creating the cover for her chart-topping single, Roar in 2013. If you’re looking for graphic design courses on the art of water-color then all you need is to watch her time-lapses to learn from a pro! Ever pictured Ned Stark sitting on the Iron Throne…made out of french fries? With an extensive portfolio of interactive, editorial, and branding projects, Frank is a designer that is not to be missed if you’re looking to see the creative process in full swing on his social media. David’s raw style of typography draws on traditional and digital methods to create eye-catching designs for clients which he gives his followers the treat of seeing through his social media postings. From the hub of imaginative art in Barcelona to the mean streets of New York City, Alex is another famous graphic designer that is constantly pushing the boundaries when it comes to creating designs with outrageous shapes and colors. She also uses a color gradient system to post her ideas so if bullet journaling wasn’t appealing enough, you’ll get a creative sense of satisfaction by looking at the detail that goes into every post and creates an overall amazing Instagram account. Marta Veludo's design for Staples and Departamento.com. The pair explore a range of fields including installation, graphic design and illustration. Michael has extensive experience writing for both print and web and can turn his hand to any subject. Creative Boom celebrates, inspires and supports the creative community. Luke is a famous Australian graphic designer than gave up a life down under to embrace the design influences of good old America. For this reason, this post brings you some of the best graphic design artists from 2020.