10 illustrators we discovered at Le Book's Connections show

We round-up ten illustrators that caught our eye at the Connections creative tradeshow 2013

Le Book's Connections – a tradeshow for the creative community – is an event that creative agencies use to showcase the talent they're currently representing, including illustrators, photographers, stylists, prop designers and more.

We headed down to this year's show in London last week, not only to check out the latest from illustrators we know and love such as Noma Bar and Tara McPherson, but also to discover awesome illustrators that we hadn't come across before.

Here, we round up ten of the best illustrators we discovered during our time at Connections.

Use the slideshow controls above and right to see work from the illustrators that caught our eye.

Right: Tadaomi Shibuya - represented by Dutch Uncle

Tadaomi's work is inspired by Hip Hop and artificial factory products, which he's combined to create his unique style. His client list includes Nike, Diesel and GQ Magazine.

Right: Zeitguised - represented by Bernstein & Andriulli.

Zeitguised is a studio that specialises in 3D, and has worked for big names such as Absolut, Becks, Mercedes Benz and MTV.

Right: Fideli Sundqvist - represented by Agent Molly & Co

Fideli's brilliant paper art has attracted clients including Canon and Louis Vuitton.

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Right: Ryan Todd - represented by Bernstein & Andriull

With a bold and simple approach to design, Ryan has been commissioned by the likes of Paul Smith, Nike, Mercedes and Gap.

Right: Gavin Reece - represented by New Division

Gavin has recently adapted his style, and we rather like the result.

Right: Hanna Albrektson - represented by Agent Molly & Co

Hanna likes to give her illustrations more than one dimension, and to give them an aura of charm and disco.

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Right: Andreas Samuelsson - represented by Agent Molly & Co

Andreas's fun, colourful style has earned commissions from The New York Times, Nike, Adidas and more.

Right: Nick Chaffe - represented by Meiklejohn Illustration

Illustrator Nick Chaffe's his doodle-driven typographic style has impressed clients such as Orange, Time Out, Sony Ericsson and the French National Handball Team.

Right: Marianne Karlsen - represented by Agent Molly & Co

Marianne is inspired by films, music videos, old children's books and photographs. She often uses a limited colour palette in her work and likes to try drawing and painting on different surfaces and materials.

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Right: Douglas Bowden - represented by Breed.

Douglas - a.k.a Panda Yoghurt - specialises in 3D imagery and animation. His client list includes Channel 4, Microsoft, Subaru and Google.